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Kagney Linn Karter: An AVN Interview
AVNMay 17th, 2009

I had thought about getting into the business for a long time before I did it. Because I actually had moved to California when I was 18 to pursue acting and singing. Not a lot of people know that. But I started dancing and I don’t want to say I had a falling out with my manager but I had a falling out with my manager because of being a dancer which it didn’t work out. So I didn’t pursue the career as much after that and just started dancing. And I got a few modeling jobs here and there but without a little bit of guidance it kind of fell to the side. The more and more that I danced everyone was like, ‘you really should get into the adult business. You would do really well.’ That’s like when I really started to study the industry a little bit and I put an ad up – which a lot of girls do this – on sexy jobs. And Holly Randall responded to the ad, and this is before I really thought about actually taking the plunge. And I went on their site and I saw the work that they did and I then signed with LA Direct Models, and Holly was like you should come here for a go-see and I did and that’s how I ended up shooting for them, but I had met Holly before I even met Derek at LA Direct. I met them first so it was just really interesting once I got into the business because I didn’t know how big they were and what they did.

Let's Chat
AVNJanuary 11th, 2009

The chat marketing phenomenon already accounts for a sizeable category of postings on SexyJobs.com and AdultStaffing.com for so-called "text chat operators."

SEXY JOBS! Wired to Hire
AVNSeptember 2nd, 2002

Online listings have actually spawned more job opportunities because "there are more adult employment ads overall now," says Sean Phillips, vice president of marketing at InfoNet Publications, the Malibu, Calif.-based parent of SexyJobs.com, which pioneered the concept and now has more traction than any of its half dozen competitors.