Adult entertainment site Pornhub is offering small businesses free ads to the tune of 1 billion impressions, as part of its ‘Big Package For Small Business campaign’.
Companies with less than 100 employees are eligible to apply, with Pornhub proudly announcing it helps the initiative can help revitalise the economy.
100 businesses will be selected to participate in the program.
“No matter where you are, if yours is small and it needs a little stimulation, we’re the experts,” Pornhub said as part of the promotion.
“That’s why, we’re giving away free ads on pornhub.com to the tune of 1 billion impressions, exclusively to small businesses everywhere. Because what better place to connect with new customers than a website that receives over 120 million happy visitors a day.”
And while the platform has previously raised concerns for advertisers around brand safety, Pornhub VP Corey Price is encouraging brands to “tap into our audience of 130 million daily visitors and gain the exposure they deserve during the pandemic”.
“Bolstering an eclectic user base made up of various demographics, businesses that advertise with us are not only able to connect with their target audience, but enhance their overall brand visibility — especially during this time when the world is more digitally connected than ever,” Price said.
The customised ads will be served by TrafficJunky.
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