Why Busty is on a mission to boost online ‘stickiness’

busty idolJust when I was on the verge of greatness, a writ arrives. That’s right Busty fans, I am afraid to report that my burgeoning political career has already gone the way of most of my grand plans – straight down the toilet.
You see, no sooner had I created the Busty Britain Party – and a manifesto to boot – than a nasty missive clattered through my letterbox from international legal firm Bastard and Bastard LLP.
They have demanded that I cease and desist from using the brand name as, apparently, there is already a company registered under Busty Britain, which, would you believe offers “adult entertainment”.
Having done some research – some very indepth research at that – I still don’t quite understand how I will be impinging on the copyright of a firm which produces films for models including “Cindy Strutt”, “Bexy Bubbles” and “Candy Squirts”. After all, surely they wouldn’t mind a bit of action on the stump, too?
Not that it is all bad news for my legions of supporters, as Busty Britain has now offered me a job. Cue some more research and, of course, a SWOT analysis just to see if there is any stiff competition.
And where better to study my potential new rivals than through the PornHub Insights blog, where I am sure you will appreciate there are loads of very impressive figures and I am not just talking 38DDs either.
One striking fact is that “lesbian” is the most popular search in the UK, so it seems I am not alone in liking a bit of sapphic fun.  However, it appears they do have a real problem with “bounce” as UK visitors spend just 9 minutes and 40 seconds each time they visit PornHub.
Now, call me old fashioned, but “bounce” has never been one of my problems, and I know I could definitely improve the site’s “stickiness”. So, what do you reckon, should I accept the job?

You can also follow Busty on Twitter @BustyIdol

Print Friendly