Common Misconceptions Within Porn PR

We live in a society where the topic of sex is becoming less of a taboo subject. Instead, there is a greater focus on being comfortable in your sexuality and feeling empowered, with more freedom for individuals to express themselves.

However, when it comes to sex industry marketing, there are still some common misconceptions about porn PR. Adult PR, adult industry marketing, have come together to debunk some common misconceptions about porn PR.

Misconception 1: Porn PR is still confined to the red-light district

One of the most common misconceptions within sex industry marketing is that porn public relations is still confined to the top shelf of news agents. And that it’s near on impossible to get your message heard within the mainstream media.

The realityPorn PR can be safe for work

When it comes to marketing the sex industry, more often than not, the most successful campaigns are deemed safe for work. Why? Because creating SFW campaigns causes business within the adult entertainment industry to think outside of the box. If you look at the likes of PornHub, excluding their website, their online presence is considered rather family friendly, creating clean campaigns; engaging social content and making a difference with charity work.

 

Misconception 2: Porn PR must be degrading in order to attract attention

Another misconception with marketing the sex industry is that every single campaign must be outrageous and controversial to gain attention.

The reality: Creating campaigns too outrageous may cause negative press

Deciding to go down the controversial route when it comes to porn PR is tricky business. Sometimes it goes well and sparks a social media debate. However, the majority of the time, it often does more bad than good and can end up negatively having an effect of your brand; reputation and message.

What to do instead

Porn PR that is not not safe for work and is controversial without a purpose is a recipe for disaster. At Adult PR, adult industry marketing, we recommend thinking outside of the box and getting creative with your campaigns. As these are the ones more likely to leave a lasting impression on your target audience.

If you would like more information about how Adult PR can help you with porn public relations, get in touch on 01621 927 010.

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