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Jul 13 2010

AEBN Celebrates $250 Million In Partner Payouts

AEBN, the world’s leading adult video-on-demand technology company, this week celebrates the significant milestone of having paid $250 million dollars to affiliate and studio partners over the company’s decade-long history.

“We’ve achieved many milestones in the last decade but few give me so much pride,” says AEBN’s Jerry Anders, VP of Sales and Marketing. “This figure speaks both to our company’s longevity and to the commitment of providing quality service and reliable revenue streams for our many affiliates and studios.”

Since the VOD giant launched its affiliate program it has worked to build relationships with webmasters throughout the industry. Studio relations go back even further, to the company’s founding and was the pioneer of the VOD streaming model for the adult industry.

Anders says important drivers of AEBN’s success have been “our ‘customer for life’ program — once someone buys from your theater, you always get the commission when they buy from an AEBN theater, regardless of where they are when they purchase it — plus our emphasis on helping studios make money both as content producers and as affiliates. We have steadily perfected the VOD model and improved our programs to make sure our partners earn an optimum monetary return.” The most recent innovations include the unique new Silverlight Media Player and the much-discussed RealTouch, the company’s haptic sex device, which adds new dimension both to its VOD product and its affiliate offerings. The company also offers feed packages and 24/7 live Customer Service to support its affiliates.

“Our most successful affiliates and studio partners have been the ones who have understood that even in the adult industry that greater returns come from greater investment of time. The people who have made the most money with us have worked with us for years,” Anders explains. “They understand you can’t just post a link, only to give up a few days later. You have to give it time, and AEBN has the longevity to support it.”