July 5, 2010

Do You Benefit From the Economics of Sex?

By: Jay Servidio

The business of selling sex has been a booming industry for a very long time, as everyone knows. In the last few decades, it's been quite apparent that the U.S.has gone through a cultural change, and there's been a marked increase in the acceptance of sexually explicit material - pornography. In just a short period of time, something that was once only found on the black market or in alleys of big cities, is now delivered directly into homes and hotel rooms by some of the biggest companies in the United States. Estimates are that Americans now spend somewhere around $10 billion a year on adult entertainment, about on par with that which they allocate to sporting events, buying music or going out to the movies. In the name of 'giving the people what they want, some of America's biggest brand names, and companies like General Motors, Marriott and Time Warner are now making millions selling erotica.

One guru in the industry, Jay Servidio, founder and CEO of Teleteria, is a regular speaker at the industry's annual convention in Las Vegas, Internext, where more than 200 adult entertainment companies gather under one roof to network, schmooze and show off their latest wares. The fans who wait in line and pay $40 attend resemble the same folks you might see at a boat show, a political rally, a lecture series or even a Tupperware party, for that matter. Suffice it to say, there was something available for every sexual demographic - even material aimed at the mainstream CNN or Fox News viewer. The products are for consenting adults, for use in the privacy of their own homes or with their laptop, PDA, Blackberry or iPod. Says Servidio of the business that has brought him enourmous success, "The adult industry is now very sizable - garnering respect, considerable financial clout, conventions, trade rags, seminars - even a handful of lobbyists in Washington, D.C.. This is a business. I'm in it to help people reach their financial goals. I'm in it to make a profit."

Servidio's hard work and leadership role in the industry has allowed this Catholic school survivor, upon being approached to join the business, to rethink his values and morals and preconceived notions about pornography. He let go of the social stigma permeating his observations of the business, used his background in telecommunications and started Teleteria in 1994. It's required an enormous amount of work and attention to detail and sheer stamina, but it's enabled him to give his family the best things in life. His children are lucky to attend one of the top five school districts in the entire United States. He can stop for lunch and frolic in his swimming pool with his daughters. Servidio and his wife drive luxury vehicles which are kept in the garage of their sprawling suburban home. They don't tell many acquaintances of the exact nature of their business, for the sake of the children. There simply state that Teleteria is in the online marketing business To those friends with whom they share the details, there's sometimes a degree of shock. That is, until they explain the scope of the business and all of the occupations their clients represent - from insurance agents, retirees, doctors, lawyers, accountants, artists, housewives - the list goes on. Each day, as another client purchases a package to get started in the adult website business, Jay Servidio and the Teleteria marvel at yet another profession represented - so many walks of life that are represented and step up to take their financial independence into their own hands. "This makes economic sense. It's a thriving industry", he says with enthusiasm, "and there's a great opportunity for profits in it. We at Teleteria are always available to make that happen. With millions more people joining the Internet each month, my only challenge for the future is staying abreast of all trends, exceeding my goals and maintaining my level of customer service and marketing support - and ideally getting a little more time to get more sleep and smell more roses."

About the Author

Jay Servidio started his career in the telecom industry. Having worked for MCI, Sprint and AT&T in various sales positions starting from telemarketing up to national accounts. His ability to manage accounts always had him in the top 3% of his peers. Wanting more challenge Jay Servidio started Teleteria in 1994 to resell 900 and 970 numbers and offer custom adult website packages. Teleteria quickly became the industry leader in the adult design business and has been since 1994. Jay Servidio started teaching classes about the business in NYC and Toronto monthly which led to guest speaking at trade shows and conferences all over the world. He has been written up in many periodicals such as a front page article in The Wall Street Journal and the NY Press. Jay Servidio has also appeared on TV and Radio.Teleteria also builds gaming and commercial sites and can be found at or call toll free 1 866 408 8694.

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