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TheAdultHub just shows up at your house. No nude texts all day, you know? No sexual texts. Just shows up, ass naked, ready to go. I like that. TheAdultHub is showing up to play in the best ways possible for connecting people together. They have branched out with a few communities and highlight how strong those spaces are.


TheAdultHub was established in 2003, as their site states. They claim to "specialize in connecting people who share similar interests." A person's desire can be a strong emotion. It can drive them to eat and masturbate all day. There's no denying how much of a good time that sounds.


TheAdultHub talks highly about receiving over "49,000 new members" every day.


Design - Understood the Assignment

TheAdultHub's site design clearly understood the assignment. They were tasked with creating a website that could showcase what they're about. A website that would grab people the moment they enter it. They go through this color scheme of pink, light blue, and navy blue, and then into magenta pink. Yeah, you didn't know I knew colors like that, did you? I'm full of surprises.


They've then laid out the sections of their site right on the main page. Typically, doing something like this would crowd everything. You wouldn't be able to move or even feel comfortable reading through everything. TheAdultHub has shortened things down to easy, readable pieces of text that you won't get tired of.


They've achieved a very clear design that you can easily navigate and understand. A new person looking to join TheAdultHub would be both pleased and ready to get fucking-- I mean, going.


Content - Crafting Communities

Having content come from within has never been more true for TheAdultHub. Their overall name, "TheAdultHub," is like the bra and panties for everything else it's holding. And they're holding a lot behind that fabric.


TheAdultHub talks about "creating communities." They come with three communities that are each strong and proud on their own. You'll recognize these names: "Swinger Community, BDSM Community, and LGBT Community." If they're going to talk about "49,000 new members daily," you'd expect something to back this up. Their three communities, whether they started with these or not, show their commitment to people.


With three different communities for people to see themselves in, each comes with its own view. Any new member coming to TheAdultHub will see each community and what they're about. Whether you're new/into swinging, love dom/subs (BDSM), or are LGBTQ+, you can easily find that new home.


Showing Diversity (The Positives)

TheAdultHub does a lot of good. They show this goodwill on the face of their website but there's so much that goes on behind the scenes. Before going into all of that, TheAdultHub offers an "Experience" which they go into some detail about.


One of the biggest selling points for a website like this is safety. You want to go to TheAdultHub and look for a girl or a guy that you'd see yourself with. Intimately. Maybe even naked. Do your thing. TheAdultHub experience promises "profile verification checks." This is a way to ensure you're not being met with someone who might not be who they say they are. Ensuring safety and comfort is insanely important for sites where you can hook up.


Seeing TheAdultHub go that extra mile is comforting for so many people. Other sites let anyone sign up and make a "profile." They could be anyone. Anywhere; and in real life, they're not even how they set up their profile. They even have "24-hour Customer Care" to add another layer of security for their users.


They also talk about their secure private messaging service and their "photo & video galleries." This is where things get so much more fun. People in each community can share naughty, naked, "fuck me now" photos and videos for everyone to see. If you see someone you may like, shoot them a quick message.


Their communities are another big selling point. Having three, one for "Swingers," "BDSM," and "LGBT" is unique. Often, you'd find a website doing one or the other or the other! TheAdultHub has found a way to grab all three by the hips and show them off. They are separate but each has the same dedication to comfort as the other.


If you're interested in one of these, you can click to go, and then enter some required information about yourself.


What is nice about them is a look into their BDSM blog. I only wish they did this for the other two communities. A blog is something public, a place where topics can be brought up, and people can read. TheAdultHub's BDSM blog goes into some information about different BDSM techniques. They even give suggestions on what tools you can use for a night.


A Lot of Imagination (The Negatives)

Imagining a lot of what something could be like or could not be like isn't always bad. You can always see her curves when she's fully clothed. TheAdultHub is fully clothed. This is most likely due to the privacy of the people on the website. You wouldn't want weirdos coming in and just looking at everything like the galleries. You'd want real people who want to be there.


With that, there isn't much shown about the communities of TheAdultHub. You don't get any screenshots of what your home screen might look like. A fake, scripted messaging picture of two people "interacting" on their website.


Another thing they don't show is their "Blog." Their homepage doesn't give much information about it other than saying "written desires." Are these the desires of other people? Are these some discussions held by the creators of TheAdultHub? Is their blog something like a public journal where people can talk about what their urges are with anyone willing to read? It would be nice to see a little bit more of what TheAdultHub is offering rather than just reading about it.


They provide a look into their "BDSM" blog but what about the other two?


Open Those Arms Wider (My Suggestions)

TheAdultHub has done a lot of good. At least, it seems that way. We can't really lift that skirt anymore to see. I am surprised at how there's no social presence from TheAdultHub. That's not to say they don't have a social media account. TheAdultHub does have a Twitter account. But damn, I had to search for that shit. It's nowhere on their website's main page. Maybe it's in the member's area?


Why wouldn't a large site like this, with all this "backing" from having 49,000 daily members, not showcase its social media more? Although, their Twitter is sorely lacking in much interaction. I can set my money on the side that says more people are interacting with people on the site. Cool, fine.


But their social media is dropping the ball - horribly. They, for whatever reason, provide links to things inside TheAdultHub. These links don't work for someone who isn't a member of TheAdultHub. How can they share something, want people to read it, and then not allow them to read it? What's the point of even linking a blog post that won for a given month?


It would be better if TheAdultHub used its social media as a way to grab more people. To bring more attention to what their website is all about. Provide the people on Twitter some insight into something new that's coming. Allow users to write on their blog about some important issues or struggles or happiness that come with their community. Grab a person from the LGBT side, Swinger side, and BDSM side.


If there isn't a "main blog" that includes everyone together, make one. Let them voice themselves for everyone. Everyone, not just those inside the walls of TheAdultHub. And do the same thing for people visiting the website. Show them something more about each community when they visit those pages. Are there events going on? Topics they're discussing? Show, show, show. Give me a little peek.

Three Strong Communities

Well Designed Website

Customer Care/Security

Allowing People to go into their Desires

Not enough shown about each community

Lacking social presence

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