Speaker 0 (0s): This is Bruce Friedman of adult side broker, and welcome to adult site broker talk, where every week we interview
Speaker 1 (15s): One of the movers and shakers of the adult industry, and we discuss what's going on in our business. Plus we give you a tip on buying and selling websites this week we'll be talking
Speaker 0 (26s): to Mark Prince of 2much.
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Recently, here are the most important facts about the ruling section 2257 and 2257A of the U S criminal code were ruled unconstitutional under both the first amendment and the fourth amendment, but the law was not struck down in its entirety for all producers. The FBI can no longer demand access to your records for random inspections without a search warrant. You're now less likely to be charged with a crime under two, two, five, seven, and even less likely to be successfully prosecuted.
Both sides of the lawsuit have 45 days to file a petition for a rehearing. So this fight isn't over. And most importantly, you should continue all record keeping requirements under two, two, five, seven as currently written the overall effect of this ruling. Once again, on most adult businesses, is that the risk of prosecution for any adult company is now significantly reduced and the risk of a successful prosecution, even more so, but you'll have to continue to maintain two, two, five, seven records for now.
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Now time for this week's interview. My guest today on adult side, broker talk is Mark Crips owner of too much.net Mark. Thanks for being with us today on adult side broker talk,
Speaker 2 (5m 25s): Thank you for having me, Bruce
Speaker 1 (5m 27s): Pleasure. Now too much.net is a company that produces live video chat software and has been doing that for 20 years. Darn long time. They operated live cam network for a long time. That's probably where you know them from best and their latest project is mirror cam, which Mark will tell us about and a little bit here, Mark, what happened to live cam network?
Speaker 2 (5m 51s): A bit of a long story, but I won't bore you too much with that. It was pretty,
Speaker 3 (5m 59s): Yeah,
Speaker 2 (6m 0s): It's it was a product that ran its course. It was originally, it started off way back in, in the late nineties, early two thousands as a using a format called JPEG push, which was ridiculous by today's standards. And that evolved into a windows media and that worked well for a long time. And then we replace it with Adobe flash and we kind of got too stuck on Adobe flash. We built around it and around it and around it.
And it worked really well until Adobe announced that they would not be supporting flash anymore. And, you know, while we knew that we, we knew before that, that that was going to happen. Apple was not supporting flash and the technology was getting kind of old. So we got to a point where we looked at it and said, this is going to be way too expensive to evolve this product into where it needs to be. So we retired at, we sunsetted it as some people say a lung several years ago, and that was that.
Speaker 3 (7m 7s): So what is mirror cam and why should someone buy it?
Speaker 2 (7m 12s): So Americhem is a new video chat platform. It lets anyone broadcast themselves over there, over there through their own website. It can be for solar models. It can be used for sites that want to employ models. It uses the latest technology, which is known as web RTC for real time. Communication when models are broadcasting, regardless of where they are or where their customers are in the world, the, the, the video is instantaneous at worst case scenario.
It's a better one second with one second latency. So it's really, really, really fast it's. It does a lot of things like pay per minute chat tipping, subscription-based chats if, for models that have a membership sites and it works with their own payment processor or ours. So we have a, an, a, an agreement with a net billing. So if they don't have payment processing already, we'll connect it for them through net billing. Otherwise they can use their own payment processor.
Speaker 3 (8m 17s): Okay. All right. How's it going so far?
Speaker 2 (8m 20s): I'm pretty good. It's taken a long time to write and we finally finished it this year while it's been finished, maybe since February, but we've been debugging and tweaking and making modifications since then. So now we're finally ready to, to give it a, a marketing push that it deserves.
Speaker 3 (8m 40s): Okay. Alright. Now, some of the girls who worked with you and your studio were there for a really long time, why do you think they stayed so long with you guys?
Speaker 2 (8m 53s): It was a family. The, the, our like family, I guess I should say we had, when we started our studios, this is a long time ago, but when we started our studios, we had them in the lofts and the last were an old Montreal. So they were like brick walls on one side, and Rockwell's on the other side and the high beam, ceilings and wood floors and all that kind of beautiful lifestyle stuff. And models really liked it. We hung out a lot and we didn't treat them.
We didn't say, get on camera and, you know, flash yourself. It was more like, here's how the business works. Here's what we really need. Do you want to learn more about how the business works? Let's go to trade shows. So we involved all of them in just about all aspects of the business. And we weren't afraid at all to answer questions about the software or technology or things like that. And their involvement in the other parts of the business, even in marketing made really helps people to focus on the, the, or pay attention.
Let's say to the whole business side, instead of just what they were doing. And I think that they liked that a lot.
Speaker 3 (10m 10s): Oh, sure. Now you still have studios.
Speaker 2 (10m 14s): Nope. Unfortunately we sold them off several years ago and now the, for, for myself anyway, and my programmers, we all worked from home. We worked problems since before the COVID virus, but yeah, no, now we, I kinda miss it. We had that big place and lots of people and especially lots of naked girls running around and stuff like that. But now, yeah. But I've always been more comfortable behind the keyboard anyway.
So now I'm at home and we're all working virtually. And that's that?
Speaker 3 (10m 51s): How is that? I mean, how's that working out? Tell me about the differences besides all the naked girls running around or not, not running around, but what, how's it and, and what are the pros and cons of work? Everybody worked from home as opposed to the studio?
Speaker 2 (11m 12s): Well, I think our timing was right when we were, when we were running, our studios, girls models had heard about, you know, web camming and stuff like that. And they were completely okay doing adult content, but they didn't want to at home maybe because they had some of the younger girls were living with their parents, you know, they're like 18, 19, 20, but hadn't moved out or yeah. You know, are they just weren't set up, right? Didn't have fast computers or fast internet or anything like that.
So they wanted to work from the studio. The studio itself was great because it let me control the environments, the, and made, we made it look as good as possible and sound as good as possible. We spent a lot of money on cameras and fast computers and good Mike's and the removing, you know, anything that can cause echo and noise in the room. So that made our product look great. At, on the negative side, we had high rent to pay.
We had to deal with complaining neighbors. We had high insurance rates,
Speaker 3 (12m 22s): They stopped and they didn't like saying a bunch of naked women running around.
Speaker 2 (12m 26s): Yeah. Well, we had one of our neighbors upstairs from us. This isn't, we were in a commercial loft. So upstairs was residential lofts. And so one of them was a, also a cam model and she had no problem with it, but I wonder if our other neighbors would complain about the late night noise. So, but we had like all kinds of things going on. So the girls were chatting and we had music and we're just like there until three in the morning, sometimes working. Right. So we were, we were probably not the quietest neighbor.
Speaker 3 (12m 59s): Probably not the best neighbors.
Speaker 2 (13m 1s): No. So versus a difference between working from home now, it's pretty different. I think all models prefer to work from home. They they're more comfortable. The, they already have fast computers and mobile devices and fast internet. And also the culture has changed. There's more back then being a cam model was something that was, I dunno, not taboo, but let's say they didn't want to brag to their friends about, but now it's, I think it's changed a lot.
Now. Models are proud to be a cam models and they're okay. Telling their friends and family, this is what they do because it's, it's, let's be adult about this it's sexual fantasy fulfillment. It's completely safe. They're there, they're doing what they want to do. The customers are happy and they're making a lot of money doing it. Right. So I think the culture has shifted also.
Speaker 3 (14m 3s): And obviously since you started 20 years ago, the technology is just, Oh, the change has been amazing.
Speaker 2 (14m 12s): Yeah, definitely. The, our original original video chat was the pixel size was 320 pixels wide by 240 pixels high, you know, teeny tiny little, nothing. But that back then that was like, wow, video live video on the internet. That's insane. That's, you know,
Speaker 3 (14m 31s): One of the newer, one of the pioneers of that. Right.
Speaker 2 (14m 35s): Well, I wouldn't know. I wouldn't say that. I mean, we were one of the first ones doing it, but not the first one. I think I friends was the first one and I know Python was doing live video before us. And I'm sure there was a few other companies they chose. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. That's right.
Speaker 3 (14m 59s): Former clients. So I know them. Yeah. So talk about, what's changed in those 20 years, Mark. Talk about where you were when you first started the business and, and now where the, the live cannabis industry is because it was really embryonic back then. Now it's just a huge multi billion dollar industry.
Speaker 2 (15m 24s): The, well, let's see, what's changed as far as technology is, is a lot, obviously it's gone from tiny video at maybe 10 frames, a second to four K video at 60 frames, a second, you know, some it's broadcasting at that resolution and frame rate is hard still because it requires considerable resources, but it's there, right? It exists.
The, that would be probably the biggest change in the technology is just the video format itself. Everything else is pretty much stayed the same, except for mobile support. Which of course that has evolved a lot in the past five years. What else, what else, what else has changed? You mean not just in technology, but in the business in general? Hard to say, because like the, on my side of the business has been pretty much the same.
There's other non adult sectors are interested in it. So right now we're doing like, we do a lot of custom programming for video chat systems. So besides adults, there's a consulting companies that are using our software and there's psychics that are using our software. Right. And if you think about psychic, for example, that's really the same thing. Exactly. As adult someone is in front of the camera, telling you, you know, kind of what you want to hear and then charging you per minute to make you feel better.
Right. It's the same. It's exactly the same. Just so you take out all the adult keywords and replace them with psychic keywords. And there you go.
Speaker 3 (17m 6s): Yeah. It reminds me of a date I had with a woman who was going to the psychic Institute and this is, this is a true story. And we first went down, we first sat down for dinner and I looked at her in the eyes and I said, so tell me about me. Oh, I thought it was funny, God, that had been 40 years ago, but what did she say? I don't even remember to be honest, you know what she did tell me about me and God.
She was pretty close to, right. So what about in the, in the life cam industry though? I mean, you've seen it go from, from being very small to today being a dollar industry.
Speaker 2 (17m 56s): Hard to answer to that question because, well, firstly, yeah, the industry has as exploded, right. Obviously, but I'm not actually on that side of things. So we do like, cause most of my clients these days I have a lot of clients, but they're small clients. They're not the big super clients like MFC and, and chatter, bate and companies like that. You know, those big companies are doing their own thing. And for sure, their industry mates, I've got to forgot about them.
So like, yeah, they're some of those companies are doing hundreds of millions of dollars in sales, every, you know, a, a year, if not more. So the it's impressive, what they've accomplished and it's impressive that of the market that they've captured. Right. Everybody knows their name. Everyone trusts them. They're solid rock, solid companies and all that good stuff. And it's very impressive. Okay.
Speaker 3 (18m 55s): Absolutely. So this whole COVID-19 thing, I can't have an interview with that. Asking about that. How has that affected your, your business in your life
Speaker 2 (19m 8s): Business wise? It's a, it's terrible to say this, but the business is really increased since this, since the pandemic happened,
Speaker 3 (19m 16s): Terrible to say that hallmark.
Speaker 2 (19m 19s): Well, I, it sounds, I guess I feel guilty thing that I don't know, a better way to describe it. The, everyone is stuck at home and everyone either wants entertainment. They, they, they're looking for someone to talk to or they want to see some adult live adult stuff or they are at home and looking to make money because they've temporarily lost their jobs. Right. So since this started happening businesses, way up, I'm getting emails, I'm getting more phone calls than ever before everyone wants something custom.
So, you know, we're charging, you know, we're making our money on custom solutions. Now the personally it's, I'm extremely lucky that it hasn't affected me that much since I've been working at home for the past few years. And so my team, when the lockdowns happen, it's like, okay, you know, it doesn't add, does it doesn't affect us. No. And I'm communicating with them every day.
So, you know, we, we talk, we're all friends too. So, you know, are you practicing social distancing? Is everyone in your family? Okay. Do you know anyone who's sick? You know, just, we're all checking up on each other, you know, but yeah, no, it hasn't affected me personally. The only thing I really miss is I love going to the movies, not just watching movies on TV, but going to the theaters. Right. I would go my chase and I, we would go at least once a month, if not twice a month, to see whatever.
And so we can't get to do that. And we haven't been to restaurants and any bars or pubs for a long time. So I'm missing that part. But everything else,
Speaker 3 (21m 10s): I think you, and a lot of people actually, and like you Mark my life, hasn't changed a heck of a lot. I work at home and also like you businesses up, I think people are probably had time to sit there and go, you know, I think I am going to sell that website. So I, I think that, I think that that's the impact that, so what, what else are you working on right now? What kind of projects are, are hot for you?
Speaker 2 (21m 42s): That's it, we're just doing the like ex except for some of the custom jobs that we're doing, which I can't say we have NDAs with each clients. I can't really talk about that, but no, the that's about it. The were I have like some different contracts, sorry, different clients that we have contracts with that we're working for. Sorry for my squeaky chair there. I guess it's ruining your podcast. That's about it.
Speaker 3 (22m 13s): I don't know. So what is the coolest thing you've got in your home office? You got like a moose moose on the wall or something. I mean, what's the, what's in your home office. That's really cool.
Speaker 2 (22m 26s): Hmm. Well, okay. So I bought a Dell 49 inch ultra wide monitor that I bought that I bought this last year. And I think that is when people see this, they freak out because it looks like amazing. I'm looking right at it. And I still love this thing. I have 1980s era TRS, 80 model one and a TRS 80 model four. And they both still work. One of them is connected to the internet and let that settle in for a few minutes in 1980s, computer is actually online, you know, probably not cool to everyone listening, but that's what I think is cool
Speaker 3 (23m 8s): To a tech to a tech geek. Of course it is. Come on. I'm sure there's some tech geeks out there listening. They're going, Whoa,
Speaker 2 (23m 17s): It's a good thing. I mean a longterm relationship. If I, if I met any pretty girls and said, Hey, I've got a tear, sat on my shelf,
Speaker 3 (23m 27s): Mike TRS.
Speaker 2 (23m 28s): Yeah. I don't think, I don't think it would fly.
Speaker 3 (23m 32s): That's probably even better than etchings. Okay. Figure out what you have come over and see my etchings means well, no, but that used to be a pickup line. Come on over and see my etchings baby. Oh, I,
Speaker 2 (23m 47s): I used to say I have a rare barbed wire collection. No, I didn't work. I I'm a, I'm an accomplished triangle player. One day. I'll learn how to pick up chicks.
Speaker 3 (24m 2s): There you go. There you go. On the rest of history.
Speaker 2 (24m 5s): Sorry. I should say women PC. I'm like
Speaker 3 (24m 9s): Go for it. All right. I'm old too. So it's okay. So, so what's the best and worst experience you've had over the past year. Should I go on to the next question?
Speaker 2 (24m 33s): I, nothing. No. It's been very stable and steady and I cannot think of a single thing. I didn't know, spiker Valley or anything there.
Speaker 3 (24m 47s): Okay. So what do you think the best innovation has been in the last year?
Speaker 2 (24m 57s): I was thinking that three D video is a bit further than a year from now. I think it's maybe two years that's been around or something like that. I was sure 3d video was, was going to take off. And it seems to have fizzled everyone. Like the company cam for two years ago, I think was broadcasting 3d video. And they had a, I tried it and it worked. It was okay. It didn't work very well, but it was pretty good. Just the same. And, but now I don't hear about that at all anymore, which I'm kind of surprised.
Speaker 3 (25m 32s): Okay. Hey, you hear more about VR? I think.
Speaker 2 (25m 35s): Yeah. So the, because there was a, a, company's making three D cameras and you could stream left and right video and watch it with either your phone and Google cardboard or the Samsung VR, one of those things. So it was true 3d because it was discreet left and right video for your left and right eye. And I thought, wow, this is great. And then,
Speaker 3 (26m 0s): Well, to go along with, with VR, I didn't even hear about that.
Speaker 2 (26m 5s): Yep.
Speaker 3 (26m 7s): Okay. So, so give me a moment. And you've been to a lot of trade shows. Like I have, give me what your over the years, tell me one that's either your favorite or was weird or whatever, besides running into, besides running into me. Of course,
Speaker 2 (26m 23s): Because I was running it to you. Well, that's, you're limiting my choices. I would say probably my favorite trade show of all time was Internext in Miami.
Speaker 3 (26m 39s): Well, I get that a lot, I guess a lot. That was a great show. It really good
Speaker 2 (26m 44s): It's for those who had never been there, they, the internets would take over this huge hotel. I don't know how many rooms, but it was a lot. And I just remember like one night of partying. So it's a bit of a blur now, but there was a party at that mentioned Miami, which I loved. And there was a, there was a crazy party that someone accompany called doc come on her face through and it was at a bar. Yeah. You know, and it was, so it was at a bar and they actually doing it live and things like that, then that was in, it was kind of scary because it was so crowded this place.
It was just ridiculous. There was another party that had, I don't know what the exact word is, but people would hang from their backs. Like it was like a hook that would Pierce their back and they would be yeah. Hanging from this. And it was, I took pictures. It was, it was, I forget the name of the bar. So we did that crazy party, then another crazy party. And then it was five in the morning and we're walking around and there's a, one of the models that we brought was in a hot tub full of guys, you know, a five in the morning and just like, okay, I'll just say, Oh, there's people drinking at the pool.
Let's go there a few fantastic. And, and chill out. So yeah, that was into next.
Speaker 3 (28m 15s): Always enjoyed that show. And by the way, the one thing about that show I recall was my wife, you know, of course she's from Thailand and her going to that show and going, it's too hot here.
Speaker 2 (28m 30s): Not me. I love that the temperature was something like, well, it was, yeah, it was really hot. It was like 80, 90 degrees or something like that during the day. But that was fine.
Speaker 3 (28m 40s): It was really human. So what do you like to do to relax?
Speaker 2 (28m 45s): I play guitar now. I started playing. I started, I just picked it up about five years ago, four years ago, something like that. So when I'm not working, I'm learning guitar and trying to play my favorite songs or just listening to music or swimming or biking. I'm doing a lot of biking now. So I feel better. I don't get to do it in the winter at all. So in the summer is my time to exercise as much as possible. So I don't get so fat in winter anymore.
Speaker 3 (29m 13s): Easy there with the snow.
Speaker 2 (29m 16s): Yeah. I know. I just, when it's cold here, I just don't want to go out. It's I, I hibernate for the winter. It's I don't think it's even glad you're
Speaker 3 (29m 25s): Like stereo there, man. So do your neighbors, your neighbors, are they aware of the business you're in?
Speaker 2 (29m 34s): Yeah. We moved into this. It's a new development about five, six years ago and we're friends easily eight or nine of our neighbors and they all know, and they're all cool with that. And actually my next door neighbor's daughter works for mind geek and someone down the street also works for, I, she told me the name and I forgot it now. It's, it's, it's a thing. It's a new adult company on, I forget the name, but yeah.
So we're not the only adult adults here.
Speaker 3 (30m 7s): Canadians are so cool man. Especially Montreal or so I, I love that city and I always enjoy coming out there for the, for, you know, for Michelle s**t.
Speaker 2 (30m 20s): Yeah. I think that also helped, like even, so the culture here, people don't care if you're doing adult stuff, like, you know, if you're a dancer or a cam model. And when I, before I opened my office, I wanted to make sure I wasn't going to get shut down by anything. So I actually went to the police and I said, no. So I went to a lawyer, excuse me.
And he said, go and talk to the morality squad at the police department. Right. And like, I actually, I went there and I made an appointment and I said, okay, this is what I want to do. And I said, first, I want to tell you what I want to do. Can I be arrested just for telling you my idea? And he laughed and said, no. I said, okay. So what I want to do as I want to have an office space where I've got programmers in the front and naked girls in the back and they're on camera and we're broadcasting live sex shows or the internet, is that okay?
And he was a little bit quiet for a second. And then he called in someone else and the explained it again. And they both kind of laughed. And they said, no, it's not. Like he basically said like, if the tenants don't like it, you could have problems. And if the building owner, right. You know that, who lease it from has problem has a problem with it. Then maybe you've got problems there, but police wise, no, there's no problem.
Speaker 3 (31m 51s): It probably is that as long as you invite us over occasionally to see the, let's see the naked girl
Speaker 2 (31m 56s): As, as a matter of fact. Yeah. We had a party a few years later and they, I did invite them, my, my invited, my lawyer and who knew the people at them, the morality squad. So we had four different cops there and they were there just in suits. They weren't there to be cops. They just wanted to, they were there to have a drink. Right. But yeah, so it was the, the Montreal was cooler than I thought when it came to this, they, the, the police were okay with it.
The lawyers were okay with it. My landlord was fine with it. You know, I told him the same thing. I said, we're, this is what we want to do. We know we're going to pay the, you know, we're going to pay the rent and all that stuff, but here's what we're doing. Is that okay? And he goes, ah, f**k. Yeah. So, okay. He said, just don't, don't upset the neighbors.
Speaker 1 (32m 47s): That's funny. Well, I, like I said, one of my favorite places, and one of the reasons is it's just, it's just way cool. Much, much cooler than the prudish United States of America, where I'm from.
Speaker 2 (32m 59s): Yeah. They are. They're different States that have different levels of acceptance when it comes to this like California, it has to be the coolest bet.
Speaker 1 (33m 7s): Yeah. California, California, and New York are the coolest. Usually the coolest States are going to be on the coast. And the more you get to the center of the South of the country, the biggest prudes are, you know, residing. And all you gotta do is look at the electoral map and that's usually a, you can usually see it. The red is the red is usually the,
Speaker 2 (33m 34s): Do you think they're real prudes or fake? Prudes absolutely fake.
Speaker 1 (33m 40s): Oh, how many senators have, you know, gotten arrested in, in vice stings and things like that? You know,
Speaker 2 (33m 49s): I'd read somewhere. I don't know who did this study, but apparently most of the craziest adults search searches, you know, for the craziest words you can think of come from the red States. Of course, you know, I would love to see that actual data though. That'd be, that'd be interesting
Speaker 1 (34m 7s): From the red state. Well, Hey Mark. I'd really like to thank you for being our guest today on adult site, broker talk, and I hope we'll get a chance to do this again really soon.
Speaker 2 (34m 18s): Thank you, Bruce, for having me and good to talk to you and yeah. And I hope to see you again, hopefully at the next Quebec expo. That was always a fun show too. And that's usually where I saw you. So maybe I guess not this summer, but hopefully next summer. I hope so too. Mark, take care. Take care.
Speaker 1 (34m 33s): My broker tip today is part two of what to do to make your site more valuable for when you decide to sell it later, keep your site design up to date, do a redesign from time to time, people are going to tend to think your site is the same as ever and click out of it without even looking if something doesn't change. So keep it fresh and up to date times change. So should your website look at what your competitors are doing and see what it is you really like emulate success. If you know a site to be particularly successful, look at what it is they're doing and do some of the same things.
I'm not saying copy it. I'm just suggesting you improve your site by looking around a bit, you've got to keep up with the times or you're going to end up being left behind. Also keep an eye on your competition and make sure you're offering everything on your site that they are or more don't just look at their design, but make sure your offers are good. And you're competitive. The same goes for your content. Do you ever wonder why one site does really well and the others don't check out the content?
What are they doing that you're not doing? Be willing to make changes. People can't understand why they're losing sales to a competitor yet. The competitor is clearly doing everything better. Emulate success. Make sure everything on your website works well. Make sure all your links work properly. Click them on a regular basis. If things don't work, you'll lose customers. People are not patient. These days. People's attention spans are like that of a gnat.
They click out immediately and go onto the next result in Google. If they don't find what they're looking for. If the site is hard to navigate, or if things don't work, check all your internal scripts and plugins and make sure they're all updated regularly as well. We'll talk about this subject more next week. And next week we'll be talking to Colin round tree of wasteland and that's it for this week's adult site broker talk. And once again, like to thank my guest, Mark Prince, talk to you again next week on adult site, broker talk
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