So if you still hesitate about watching movies on stream, here is some most common benefits and minuses: First most obvious thing is that you save time on downloading, other good advantage is instantness, you just have to decide what movie you will watch and click on play, one of bigger minuses in past was quality of video, but now streaming is on good way to equalize with downloading, and more sites now is offering even HD quality streams.
Second disadvantage can be internet speed, for HD movies needed to have more than 1 Mbps and sometimes up to more than 3 Mbps, but still you can watch movies in slightly lower quality without any problems.
Right now the owner of a pornographic website is doing an AMA on Reddit, and the details behind his business are fascinating.
While we have no idea what the website itself is, we can ascertain a few things about the business model.
Here's how he explained the sunk costs of getting into the business to an aspiring porn-site entrepreneur: Good luck with it. Things that would take 20 minutes on a normal business can take days in the adult industry.
(finding a payment processor, for example) A redtube-style site would be quite a challenge, financially, I think. The most expensive part, for me since I did all of my own design and programming, was getting VISA/MC approval for a high risk account.
Norma, a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology who lives with her parents, never laughed in response; she warned him that if he did she’d take him to court. He barraged her with texts, sometimes telling her that she needed to talk to him because his mother was deathly ill.
(This was a lie.) Other texts threatened to post online her intimate photographs.
I charge /h if I ever take on freelance clients, so looking at about 000 for someone at my rate.
Layout is simple and basic but at the same time nice and functional.
It is new type of site and we highly recommend to try it.
Essentially people buy videos made by studios individually from the site, the proceeds of which are split between the studio and the site.
It's worked out, and the owner doesn't actually have to do much work anymore. "For me," he said, "it made sense as a money generating asset requiring little effort beyond the initial build." Most interesting of all was the advice the owner gave someone who wanted to start up their own site.