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« on: August 20, 2009, 09:22:49 AM »

What is the etiquette of mentioning 'size' in your adverts?  Based on my word-of-mouth experience so far, it is definitely a unique selling point that makes me stand out from the competitors.  However, I don't want the mention of manhoods to completely detract from my other positive qualities (which are already obvious among those who have already met or referred me in the real world). 

Is there a good way to include this information without ruining the tone of a profile?
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2009, 11:11:15 AM »

I wouldn't mention it.
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« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2009, 11:37:19 AM »

What is the etiquette of mentioning 'size' in your adverts?  Based on my word-of-mouth experience so far, it is definitely a unique selling point that makes me stand out from the competitors.  However, I don't want the mention of manhoods to completely detract from my other positive qualities (which are already obvious among those who have already met or referred me in the real world).  

Is there a good way to include this information without ruining the tone of a profile?


I think it depends on what kind of Ladies you wish to attract plus how would you like to position yourself on the market.

If you would like to attract those to whom the endowment is essential when hiring an escort, then
mentioning it might be a unique selling point (like you already experience in "word-of-mouth" situations).

Since you said, you don't want the mention of manhoods to completely detract from your other positive qualities then perhaps your profile could look like this:

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Endowment: VWE
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Endowment: Please enquire
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« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2009, 12:03:32 PM »

I am with Smith on this. As a woman who has been searching for male escorts for women for years now, I have come to the conclusion that men who mention their size or whether or not they are "cut" are mainly marketing to other men. So I immediately move on to the next profile, looking for someone who is marketing to me, not Joe Blo next door. It is, quite frankly, a turn-off for me.

I am not interested in such information because I am not hiring a penis, I am hiring a man with whom I will enjoy spending time. If we get to the bedroom, I would personally prefer his stats to remain something I can discover and be pleasantly surprised by; not something that is advertised all over the place. I know some women do like the graphic info, but in my research, they are the exception rather than the rule.

Not only that but believe me, as soon as you get an endorsement, that info will come out and be accessible to anyone interested in such details.  :P ;)
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« Reply #4 on: August 20, 2009, 12:14:47 PM »

Thanks for the opinions - I hope it doesn't sound like I'm trying to target 'Joe Blo', though, since I am trying to take this marketing thing seriously and am giving a lot of thought.  I definitely know that 'large' guys aren't for everyone, but I know there are almost no guys out there who can match me in that department - I mean, I know I'm a good conversationalist, but I'm the sure the majority of other companions say that, so it would be hard to stand out.

At least among the few Londoners who've hired me, word has spread, but I know it hasn't gotten nationwide (or worldwide) as it would on the Internet :)

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Endowment: VWE
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Endowment: Please enquire

I think some of the difficulty I'm having is that a lot of guys call themselves VWE (or exaggerate their statistics entirely), so I don't want to 'sell myself short' by going the same route.

I suppose I am targeting women who would be interested in the experience with an extreme size, but one that's attached to a charming and articulate bloke.

Thanks for the suggestions, definitely got me thinking :)

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« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2009, 12:49:51 PM »

I also agree with Smith. I wouldn't mention it either, unless the lady asked you specifically. I believe you should leave something to the imagination and maintain an air of mystery, which will make the moment a lot better when you finally rendezvous with your client. ;)

I also agree with Holly as well. Again, it's not a meat market (for me personally), I am hiring a gentleman, friend, and companion for the evening that I can talk to and spend special moments with, not just a stud for hire. Hell, I could get that for free anytime I want. It's about quality, not quantity. ;D
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« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2009, 12:56:43 PM »

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It's about quality, not quantity.  ;D

I would definitely be aiming to provide a quality experience no matter what!  Even as a newbie I have figured that out :D

My main concern about not making any mention at all is that my size is that I'm large enough to the extent that it might actually deter some women, so I would want to make sure I am best suited to my clients so we can both have the most enjoyable time possible.
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« Reply #7 on: August 20, 2009, 02:19:45 PM »

coming back to the fact which is yes

we keep coming back to the same thing for Ladies who would hire the company of a

GENTLEMAN

Yes thats right a gentle man thats is what 99% of ladies want to hire so mentioning how big or small you are is irrelevant like Holly said what comes with the package is a bonus

Most ladies I have seen want to be with a guy who makes them feel good about them selfs and makes them laugh, make them feel special and on top of the world.  If and when we do get back to the bedroom she might be pleasantly surprised and even if she is not into someone who is well endowned or not if you know what your doing she'll be pleased and hire you again...
if you have a big cock and no charisma that can easily count for nothing

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« Reply #8 on: August 20, 2009, 02:50:32 PM »

I'm Asian so I like to 'get it out' to prove pre-conceptions wrong  ;D.
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« Reply #9 on: August 20, 2009, 02:54:17 PM »

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if you have a big cock and no charisma that can easily count for nothing

Of course!  But I don't think that one negates the other.  And I wouldn't want to discriminate against clients who are into size, since they can just as easily be as wonderful to work for as anyone else.
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« Reply #10 on: August 20, 2009, 03:02:52 PM »

I guess you'll need to decide what you're preferred market is: women looking to hire a well-endowed man, or women in general. I would venture to say that the former is a distinctly smaller part of the market- a niche, if you will. I wouldn't think it would be financially beneficial to specialize so narrowly, but if the main population you'd be interested in marketing to is only women who want a large penis, and you're fine with a smaller general market share, then by all means, go for it.

I just don't think it makes wise business sense. But that's only one woman's opinion... Although I have been asking all my friends and aside from other female escorts, ALL of my straight (non-escort) freinds have emphasized that they do not care about penis size unless it is way too small (tom thumb). ALL have said they would be interested in hiring a human, not a body part. Take that for what it's worth!

Hey- you seem very interested in this, so perhaps you should consider marketing to female providers! :)
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« Reply #11 on: August 20, 2009, 03:05:01 PM »

By the way, there is an escort named Jess (google Gigolo Jess) who markets his wand- and he's been around for a long time. You should contact him and see how well it works for him. He must be doing something right, cause he has been around so long.
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« Reply #12 on: August 20, 2009, 03:08:27 PM »

You could

put a section in your profile saying that if anyone is interested in the size they could send an email address and you could forward pics and sizes, cause like Holly said it all depends on the business side of things mate...

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« Reply #13 on: August 20, 2009, 03:19:18 PM »

Thanks again for all the advice from people who know the business :D

Like I said, it's not that I want to quash chances of getting a wider audience (who would?) but I have been reading a lot of how competitive the male-for-women industry is, so assumed it would make more sense to be a highly desired commodity for a smaller market-share with no real competition than one of the many hundreds in the bigger broader market. 

I do think my company is certainly enjoyable - but it's much harder to express that on my website and stand out from the companions who have already gotten a lot more experience!

Based on the advice, I am thinking of making it a separate optional page on my site, so it can be easily ignored by anyone who has no interest, but easily accessed by anyone who does.

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By the way, there is an escort named Jess (google Gigolo Jess) who markets his wand- and he's been around for a long time. You should contact him and see how well it works for him. He must be doing something right, cause he has been around so long.

Great link, I will do :D  Though I hope I will use less capital letters on my site than he does.
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« Reply #14 on: August 20, 2009, 03:50:51 PM »

Bucephalus ,

Methinks your handle name wasnt arbitrary in choice :)

I would politely disagree with Smith and Holly as a business needs all its USPs and certainly you have very large one. The point is how to broach it without it being too in your face and arrogant about it. Find a good copywriter who can incorporate your endowment into your copy without sounding too vulgar.

I think the majority of comments here are directed towards companions who offer a minimum of 4 hours say. If a woman was going to book for 1 hour only, I would surmise she is doing it for different reasons to booking someone say for 12 hours. And yes I believe there are women out there searching for hung hourly escorts.

Run your business how you want to run it and not want the masse want you to do. That doesnt mean you should stop taking practical advice from people, but in the end its up too you. Our biggest USP is OURSELVES, how many industries can lay claim to such a USP? If you were going to do something that everyone tells you to do, you'll dilute yourself as a brand and find yourself characterless swimming in a sea of identical fishes.

What makes you unique? Market that.

Of course!  But I don't think that one negates the other.  And I wouldn't want to discriminate against clients who are into size, since they can just as easily be as wonderful to work for as anyone else.

Well said.

Too think that some women don't enjoy the company of hung escorts is being presumptious at best.
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