While we have no idea what the website itself is, we can ascertain a few things about the business model.
Essentially people buy videos made by studios individually from the site, the proceeds of which are split between the studio and the site.
Carbon Brief has created a handy infographic visualising who imported Australian coal in 2014, and how much they consumed.
Nothing has changed the world of online dating more than dating apps, especially for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transexual singles.
(finding a payment processor, for example) A redtube-style site would be quite a challenge, financially, I think. The most expensive part, for me since I did all of my own design and programming, was getting VISA/MC approval for a high risk account.
VISA has a 00 annual fee and MC has a 0 annual fee, at least through my payment processor.
Right now the owner of a pornographic website is doing an AMA on Reddit, and the details behind his business are fascinating.
But where does the coal we dig up go, and who actually consumes the most Australian coal?
The largest consumer may surprise you, as it isn’t actually China.
Australia is the world’s largest coal exporter, – accounting for 35 per cent of all coal exported – with the majority of the tonnages travelling to our nearby neighbours in Asia.
Despite being the world’s largest exporter, coal is only our second largest export, after iron ore and ahead of gold, accounting for around 15 per cent of all exports.