Stats – “4 percent of the million most trafficked sites on the Web were sex-related, while 13 percent of searches were for erotic content.” Hope someone is observing those stats and viewing this site.
Excerpt from David Holmes’ article in Pandodaily:
Apple’s got a porn problem. Xbox? Huge porn problem. Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest? Just three giant pornproblems, basically. And with a name like Wii, you know it’s got a porn problem. And the biggest porn problem of all? Tumblr, of course. But now that’s somebody else’s problem.
Jared Keller collected these panicky links in a January 2013 Business Week story about Vine’s “porn problem.” In summary, Keller writes, “Life finds a way, and porn finds the Internet.” And indeed porn is truly “platform-agnostic,” having penetrated (sorry) all corners of the Web, though some sites do more to fight it than others. High estimates put the percentage of Web activity devoted to porn as high as 30 percent. Of course that figure comes from the erotic giant YouPorn, which has an incentive to pump up the numbers. A more conservative estimate comes from neuroscientist and porn statistician Ogi Ogas who told Forbes that 4 percent of the million most trafficked sites on the Web were sex-related, while 13 percent of searches were for erotic content. Either way, that’s a lot of ass.