Five Veteran Adult Websites Join to Launch GirlKino.com

Sep 10, 2012 6:00 AM PST

LOS ANGELES — Five veteran adult website proprietors have teamed up to launch GirlKino.com, a new solo-girl masturbation paysite offering members a wide variety of content without increasing production costs for the studios, but instead allowing for profitable revenue sharing.

ALSscan.com, ATKingdom.com, DDFNetwork.com, FTVGirls.com and Nubiles.net have developed a unique revenue share model, where “traffic sourced from the studios gains the referring studio 50% of the sale, but the remaining 50% is split amongst the other participating studios, rewarded on a popularity-based model.”

According to the companies’ press release, this practice encourages all the studios to put up premium content, and refer traffic to GirlKino.com, while partnering with known and respected brands of the same genre.

“We all have a huge following of returning customers, so this is a perfect fit, offering them additional variety at no additional cost to us,” ATKingdom.com owner Kim Nielsen.

GirlKino.com utilizes software created by 2012 XBIZ Adult Site of the Year (Solo/All-Girl) AbbyWinters.com to deliver download and streaming content to customer devices ranging from mobile phones to laptops and home-cinema.

“The unique CDN will ensure members will stream 7Mbps videos, and guests will enjoy qualities significantly better than tube sites’ current offerings,” ALSscan.com CEO Alex said.

Nubiles.net said the new business model is “not only about revenue share, but sharing information about the behavior of our members.”

“This is also about us being smarter, better understanding what our members want and sharing it with each other,” Nubiles.net CEO Bill. “Let’s face it; a Nubiles member at one stage or another was also a member of the other studios. Now, they can come to one site and see the best from each of us.”

GirlKino.com, which charges customers $19.95 a month for membership, plans to introduce pay-per-scene and integrated social networking features in the near future. New “guest” studios will also be brought in to contribute content and participate in the unique revenue sharing model.

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