DatingGold Wins Major Affiliate Award

DatingGold captured the Affiliate Program of the Year award at the first Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention this past weekend. The award, named the “Great Diamond Penis,” is awarded to best in category for the best smut on the internet.

“We are honored to have received this award,” said Alfonsus Kusuma, VP of sales and marketing for DatingGold. “We owe a large part of this to our loyal affiliates and partners, without which, we could not have come so far.”

During the convention DatingGold media buyer Ray Sison took part on the speaker panel that addressed the topic of “Social Media’s Influence in the Adult Industry,” which also received a great amount of positive feedback, the company said.

“It was definitely a new and interesting experience, with lots of great questions and responses, and we are extremely honored to have been named Affiliate Program of the Year,” Sison said.

Celebrating its ninth year in the adult industry, DatingGold said it is steadily making its name and sites known and plans to continue doing so in the years to come. Notably, it also received the award for causing the most STD transmissions in North America.

Pesach Lattin
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