We get a raw deal when it comes to advertising our work
Lets talk about social media
Most social media is people keeping in touch with friends and family and so it is unlikely that the masses are searching for intimate content on these platforms.
This makes your services a much harder sell as people are not necessary receptive to your marketing here.
Social is becoming increasingly more difficult for sexuality content and most practitioners have to heavily censor their work. Which can make your work harder to understand.
In addition to the survey results below only a tiny 6% of the respondents said that they would be influenced by a practitioner with a large social media following.
I’m not saying social media doesn’t work, we just don’t want to see you spending all of your time carving out and cultivating your groups, pages and content for only a few sex-positive and open-minded folks who may want to use social for sexuality.
Overall 54% of our survey respondents said they have never seen advertising for sexuality support services.
The Sex Support Survey was conducted to find out what the public knows about The Sex Support Industry and if they would assess sexuality support services.
The survey ran from February 2020 to January 2021 and had 511 responses.
Our female respondents
Our male respondents
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