Sugardaddy website sees increased traffic

Proof we love to read about the rich…

Money makes the world go round … and it seems talk of it also proves a success for websites. In fact, ‘how to make money’ is probably one of the most googled search terms there is. Sugardaddy website sees increased traffic
And if you wanted any more proof that people in these recession-hit times many of us want to read about how to make money, one company says they have benefited from the release of the Sunday Times Rich List 2012.
According to website Sugardaddy, its publication led to an increase in 200% traffic for them. The company claims this week it was still getting to grips with the increase in traffic and the motivation for searchers, but site founder Simon Anderson thinks The Rich List makes people have a think about their own lifestyle – “The Sunday Times Rich List is an inspiring read” he said “and it is only natural that it would prompt people to think about their own lives and finances. Maybe the girls were checking out some of the rich guys and thinking they would like a piece of the action for themselves”.

The website, founded only last year, has recently released the its very own dating portal, having been a destination for Sugardaddy gossip and tips. “we want sugar babes and sugar daddies to get together in a safe environment” Anderson said, “and our new site allows for that”.

Anderson also states that savvy girls have been using the Rich List to hunt for a Sugardaddy for years. “I know women who get the list at 7am on a Sunday morning and by lunchtime have already emailed the top 100 guys in that list to try and arrange a date. In this connected world we live in, it’s pretty easy to get in touch, use your imagination with sites like Facebook, Linked In and Twitter”.

Alison Smith-Squire

Alison Smith-Squire is a writer, journalist and media agent selling exclusive real life stories to newspapers, magazines and TV. She owns the sell my story website, which was set up to help ordinary people sell their stories to the press.

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