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Re: Where To Advertise
« Reply #630 on: 09 May 2018, 02:48:51 pm »
Does anyone advertise on kommons site? x

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« Reply #631 on: 09 May 2018, 03:00:08 pm »
Does anyone advertise on kommons site? x

Yes because they steal our profiles from other sites :D

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« Reply #632 on: 09 May 2018, 03:20:51 pm »
Yes because they steal our profiles from other sites :D

They stole from back page. For those who had taken their down like myself but did a new advert with them with correct information and price I am thinking to use them not so sure.

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« Reply #633 on: 09 May 2018, 10:43:15 pm »
They stole from back page. For those who had taken their down like myself but did a new advert with them with correct information and price I am thinking to use them not so sure.

I think they stole mine from escort Ireland and put my location as it even though I was in Ireland only for 2 days :D

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« Reply #634 on: 11 May 2018, 07:45:53 am »
They put me in Leicester and I have not worked there for 7 years not have future plans to go there.
:-(
I'm glad I got all the Cynthia Payne books before the prices rocked to sky high.

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« Reply #635 on: 12 May 2018, 01:07:12 pm »
Hello ladies,
What are your top 3 websites to advertise in London. Mine were aw, backpage and viva (though i dont like as it attracts too many tw). Havent found a replacement of bp yet. I am on other paid/free directories and would love to know other ladies top 3 websites for london.
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At the moment I can't name 3 top directories. I started advertising wherever I can and will advertise with Satan himself if he offers a listing. Volume of advertising brings volume of clients. I have more calls in a day than I had in a week from Backpage. With the volume comes the good, the bad and the ugly - no shows, idiot calls, TWs and boundary pushers.
I would say - get a nice personal website and get your ad everywhere. It works.
In one of my previous posts on this thread I put a summary of massage directories to advertise on.
In my view, if you have to pay for an ad and have only one or few bookings from there, you still make a profit. And it all adds up.
Only after Backpage is gone I realized how passive I was with my business and marketing.

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« Reply #636 on: 12 May 2018, 02:31:58 pm »
At the moment I can't name 3 top directories. I started advertising wherever I can and will advertise with Satan himself if he offers a listing. Volume of advertising brings volume of clients. I have more calls in a day than I had in a week from Backpage. With the volume comes the good, the bad and the ugly - no shows, idiot calls, TWs and boundary pushers.
I would say - get a nice personal website and get your ad everywhere. It works.
In one of my previous posts on this thread I put a summary of massage directories to advertise on.
In my view, if you have to pay for an ad and have only one or few bookings from there, you still make a profit. And it all adds up.
Only after Backpage is gone I realized how passive I was with my business and marketing.

Good advise and very informative like always. Thank you x

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« Reply #637 on: 21 May 2018, 06:36:42 pm »
Just another massage directory I came across: https://www.xmassage.co.uk/
I think it's fairly new. Looks pretty, which is always a bonus.

And there is a small massage section on https://londonescortguide.com
« Last Edit: 21 May 2018, 10:32:06 pm by 80s synthetic »

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« Reply #638 on: 22 May 2018, 06:36:17 pm »
A little update from the massage front - I really recommend https://massageguidelondon.com/
I have quite a lot of traffic coming from this website.
Basic listing is free (you just need to add their banner). The site looks nice and is easy to navigate.
And it ranks high in Google! (Google 'sensual massage in London and it's on the first page)

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« Reply #639 on: 24 May 2018, 11:18:45 am »
Thanks for sharing 80s.

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« Reply #640 on: 31 May 2018, 11:06:54 pm »
Hello girls and boys!! Lively trend, I’m loving it!

It’s my first post in the community so please, be gentle! ;)
My name is Denely and I’ve been escorting as an independent in London for a couple of years. I just thought I should share this website where I’ve been advertising recently and in just two days I got three bookings from there. It’s www.escortspage.co.uk

A client mentioned it to me as the place he now uses to look for escorts after Backpage closed down, so I went to check it out. To be honest, before using it, I was a bit skeptical because we all know that some of these website owners are just trying to make a profit out off our hard earned d**k money (such as disgusting Kommons!! :FF), so I always take my time before parting away with it!

But I’m really glad I took a chance on this one: first I contacted their customer service with some purposely pushy queries just to see how they would handle it and they passed the test with flying colours... got a great response to all of my questions within less than an hour. The site itself looks and works quite similarly to how Backpage used to work: female and ts escorts pay £5 to post and there’s the option to  move to top for just a £1 so you know exactly where your ad will be showing! No memberships, no direct debits! Hurrah!! Bargain, I’ll say, compared to how much I spend on Slixa, Eros and Massage Republic monthly.  Male/gay escorts I don’t know how much they charge for your ads, sorry guys, but I believe it should be within the same range or probably less.

I also really like the fact that on this escortspage site you pay for the ads via Paypal... as I’m a bit iffy about giving my bank card details directly to any site, this works great for me.

For working women and men that prefer the certain layer of security that platforms like AW offer because clients have to register and you have the feedback to rely on, it might not be their first option. But to me it’s ideal: most of my clients are foreigners in London for business trips or short city breaks therefore AW is never really an option and sites like former Backpage is what they use. I do my own strict screening and always have my safety as a priority so I never had a bad experience.

My service rates are what people  consider premium so you can bet I was thrilled when I got three bookings from there after spending less than a tenner in ads! So I’m definitely sticking with it. :D

Sorry for the extra long post, I just thought it would be more helpful to spill all the beans rather than just add a link... and also since it’s my first post I confess... I wanted to impress you ;D

Hope that this will be useful to someone and I’d love to hear back from anyone that gives them a try. Wishing good luck to everyone.

Denely xxxx


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« Reply #641 on: 02 June 2018, 01:18:40 am »
Sorry to say denely but it sounds  to like you work for escort page just had a look at this site it seems a load of bull .for a start half of the ads don't even say where the wg is so I can't see clients clicking on every ad just to find out where the wg is no reason ne would have the patients for that

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« Reply #642 on: 02 June 2018, 06:21:38 pm »
Written at the bottom of the site is "Escortspage.co.uk is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by any other information content provider" isn't that exactly what is at the bottom of Bedpage's website?

I can't believe you used Wordpress to try to create a directory instead of just using directory software. It's like using a microwave to dry your laundry: it kind of works but it's a stupidly long process instead of just putting it in the fucking tumble dryer.
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« Reply #643 on: 02 June 2018, 06:33:40 pm »
Thank you for sharing your thoughts but I’m afraid you got it wrong about me, Meme10. No, I don’t work for any website, they couldn’t afford me as I charge from £350 per hour of service :)

If its the number ”1”  next to my post that makes you challenge my legitimacy, I guess we all were ”newbies” someday and have to start somewhere, right? If its the configuration of the website... well, that’s a matter of browsing preference so I’ll leave it at that. If its the details in my post that unsettled you, care to search for my profiles online (try the one on Slixa) I’ve got a passion for words and things can get quite lengthy  ;)

I’ve been following this thread for over an year... I found somewhere that works for me so I decided that it was my turn to pitch in and contribute , as I feel that’s the concept of forums and fellowship among working ladies.

Now I’m off to watch the second part of the footie  8)

Wishing you all the best.

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Re: Where To Advertise
« Reply #644 on: 02 June 2018, 06:53:30 pm »
Nobody is 'unsettled' (or even particularly interested, I would think).

But if you can't see that deciding your first post here was going to be wildly singing the praises of a random directory - that looks shite at best - rather than making any attempt to engage with other members on some general sex work discussion topics or even introduce yourself on the Hello thread, then you need to accept that some people are going to view that post as a blatant tout if not for yourself, then for somebody you know.

Doing any of the other things I mentioned will erode the effect :)