Welcome to 2020, where cars and trucks can drive themselves, robotics can offer up a mixed drink as well as a flood of risqué products that well to the average user may be indecent.
Yes, sex sells.
But we’re referring to something a bit different here.
Not using sex appeal but sex-related products.
These go further than vapes which now are frowned upon since the government has initiated action based on the influx of users among the youth.
These “other” products we’re referring to are male and female climax boosters promising the ultimate sexual experience.
Don’t get us wrong, Viagra has been a game-changer for many, however, we’re speaking about floods of supplement products to enhance the male and female climax, increased seminal fluid quantity, and prolonged ejaculations.
And as of now, Facebook and Google platforms tend to frown on these types of ads, leaving advertisers with the dilemma of turning to one of those “adult” ad networks to promote their products.
Is this Necessary or More Censorship?
With the flood of ad campaigns from the political season, social media can be pickier on who they let in.
However, one of the biggest complaints among both political parties revolved around fake news and over-censorship.
The censorship can be carried over into these types of what many consider to be risqué products promoting everything from the ultimate in sexual experiences to solving erectile dysfunction, boosting testosterone, and yes even semen enhancers that improve the taste and quantity of semen.
This brings the question – should the ad networks police these kinds of products and limit the ads on the network?
Where do ad platforms draw the line?
One thing to watch is how more lenient many of the ad networks become in 2021 with many business owners losing interest in running ads on the platforms that have been dubbed to censor free speech.
It’s been our experience and research from previous years that profits, dictate how aggressive the advertisers can be in their pursuit of running ads on the biggest sites of the internet.
Therefore expect the guidelines to loose from the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.