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03-31-2003, 06:36 PM


Chief Competitor New Frontier Marquee Property SexFiles.com Shuts Down;
Sex.Com Offers Customers Left Behind Special Transition Discount

SAN FRANCISCO -- March 31, 2003 -- /Xpress Press/ -- Sex.Com (www.sex.com),
the premium adult Internet search engine, continues to experience solid
growth and expansion as they roll out new plans for spring. In light of
recent competitor SexFiles.com closing its web site, Sex.Com is positioned
to dominate market share as the sole survivor in the adult search engine

"I am pleased with the current success that Sex.Com has attained and
anticipate further activity in our space as spring comes into bloom," said
Gary Kremen, chief executive officer of Sex.Com. "It is gratifying to know
that the market understands that we have an established brand and a robust
business model that doesn't break."

Sex.Com's traffic affiliates and advertiser base increases significantly
each month. Due to a steady rise in advertisers and affiliates, Sex.Com is
upgrading its administrative center to accommodate a high demand for user-
friendly support and maintenance tools. In the administrative center,
Sex.Com's advertising network, advertisers and traffic affiliates alike,
will be able to review company statistics, edit profiles and manage
accounts to ensure profitable returns via the administrative center.

With country-specific bidding, advertisers make money on international
traffic. Sex.Com currently has advertisers in over 100 countries worldwide
and growing. The Sex.Com domain encompasses over 45 different languages and
international customer acquisition is reflected in this global reach.
Additional countries and their respective languages are targeted for
spring's global strategies. Advertisers can bid on per country search
phrase specific traffic and pay by click.

SexFiles.com, previously owned by New Frontier Media, Inc., a distributor
of adult entertainment via electronic platforms, was the flagship adult
search engine that competed against Sex.Com. With SexFiles.com's departure,
Sex.Com is empowered to obtain additional market share and customers.
Sex.Com is offering SexFiles.com's customers a transition special of 25%
off their first deposit.

"Sex.Com is sitting in the midst of an obviously booming market with its
Pay Per Click Search Engine," said Daron Babin, former VP of Operations at
New Frontier Media. "With their technology, your traffic is in good hands."

"As an affiliate revenue program, FetishCash.com (www.fetishcash. com)
tries to leverage every available traffic source," said Joe Butatz, Sales
and Support Manager of FetishCash.com. "Sex.Com has become a core part of
our customer acquisition strategy. Keyword-targeted advertising and
responsive customer support has made advertising with Sex.Com very

About Sex.Com

Sex.Com (www.sex.com), wholly owned and operated by Grant Media, LLC, is
the premium adult Internet search engine, receiving on average 150,000-
200,000 unique users and 400,000 plus page-views daily. A majority of the
traffic is type-in adult traffic; many are first-time surfers looking for
specific adult content. Additionally Sex.Com distributes its search results
and banners to over 25 other search engines internationally. Sex.Com is
committed to maintaining a leadership position in the quality of our
products and services. As a result of its strong adherence to the laws and
practices in the global Internet community, Sex.Com is able to ensure a
safe, stable and growing online advertising environment.

For more information, please contact:
Grant Media, LLC / Sex.Com

Joanna Posner, jposner@sex.com, (858) 492-9447

SOURCE: Grant Media, LLC / Sex.Com

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