Monday, March 30, 2009

Welcome to BeaverBum's Web Log

I am a big fan of BeaverBum. I am also the creator. The reason BeaverBum was created in the first place is because most of the porn sites I visited, kept directing me all over the place instead of giving me the porn I wanted.

Popups, link redirection, broken galleries are highly frustrating when you just want to jerk your chain. BeaverBum was originally created to avoid those problems.

Upon continuing to surf for porn, I started going into porn forums. I thought these places were much better because they had threads dedicated to each model. But in every thread the same gallery was posted over and over. Many of the links were broken or spam. The idea of having all the girls categorized I loved, but I hated how much time was wasted sorting through the bullshit.

So the new goal of BeaverBum was to have a categorized system where all the models would have their own section. This works great and was not that hard to do. But often girls go by several different names. I wanted to give everybody the ability to see all the galleries of a girl, without having to know all her different names and all the different sites that have her content.

Another problem I was having is that there are often different girls with the same name on the same site. I had managed to sort all the girls by name and by site, but I needed something that would organize it and tie it all together.

I changed my mind several times as to how I wanted to do it. Eventually I decided just to try to implement it and see how it goes. What I came up with was a models section that automatically sorts the girls by name and by site. It then allows human intervention to break apart the models with the same name. I call this my Model Classification System. For example, Anna from Met-Art was several different girls. The Model Classification System enables registered BeaverBum users to organize a model such as Anna into Anna [Class A], Anna [Class B] ... and so on. So each different Anna, is seperated into their own class. Classifying these girls is easy to do because you simply put each free sample gallery of Anna into a different class.

In most cases, such as Anya from MPLStudios there is only one girl with that name that belongs to that site. In these cases I have made it even easier to classify these models by adding a checkbox labeled "All Models are the same person" which will set all the galleries as Class A.

After a model is classified, she can then be A.K.A.ed. Classified models can be joined together. For example: Juliette [Group A] from SapphicErotica is Also Known As Eufrat [Group A] from Met-Art and Eufrat [Group A] from 1ByDay and Eufrat [Group A] from EuroGirlsOnGirls and Eufrat [Group A] from Femjoy and Eufrat [Group A] from LSGModels and Eufrat [Group A] from Twistys and Eufrat [Group A] from MetModels and Eufrat [Group A] from Errotica-Archives and Jana [Group A] from JustTeenSite and Eufrat [Group A] from GlamourModelsGoneBad and Eufrat [Group A] from MC-Nudes and Eufrat [Group A] from Watch4Beauty and Eufrat [Group A] from SuperGlam. Get the idea?

I created links to each of those sections. So if you go to Eufrat [Group A] from SuperGlam
you get all of her SuperGlam galleries at the top proceeded by all her other A.K.A. galleries. Now anybody looking to actually buy porn can see that Juliette [Group A] from SapphicErotica has tons of galleries. Met-Art also has many many samples of Eufrat. So if I were buying porn and I like lesbians, I would buy a membership to SapphicErotica. If I liked more solo high quality sets, I would get a membership through Met-Art.

Wow. I impressed even myself with that one. But the Model Classification section was hidden deep within the Models Section of BeaverBum. I had to make it more.... obvious. So at the top of every free sample gallery I put a link. View more Eufrat [A] from SuperGlam seemed to be a fairly obvious call to action. Clicking that link will take them to the abundence of Eufrat galleries.

The model section also includes an alphabetized index and search tool.

If you have already checked out BeaverBum, thank you for your support. Let me know your feedback below. I always welcome comments and suggestions.


The Beav

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