We’ve kept our answers brief so you can quickly get to the information you want! However, we do provide links to more detailed information where we think that will be helpful on a particular topic.


  1. Why should I create a viewer account?
  2. Does Slixa Require Personal Information?
  3. Do I need an account to use Slixa?
  4. Does it cost money to use Slixa?
  5. What is the “add to favorites” feature?
  6. What are Verified Photos?
  7. What are Visiting Ads?
  8. How do I use advanced searching?
  9. What does VIP mean?
  10. What is the “Available Now” feature?
  11. What are incall location maps?
Why should I create a viewer account?

Creating a viewer account allows you to “favorite” advertisers’ profiles and use other useful advanced features.

Does Slixa Require Personal Information?

No, Slixa does not request personal or identifying information of any kind. The only information needed to create a viewer account is an email and a password, nothing else.

Do I need an account to use Slixa?

No, you do not need an account to use Slixa. Although, if you do have an account you will be able to save all of your favorite advertisers’ profiles for quick reference and use other useful advanced features.

Does it cost money to use Slixa?

No, Slixa is completely free to Viewers.

What is the “add to favorites” feature?

“Favoriting” advertisers allows you to quickly reference all your favorite advertisers in one place. Once logged into your viewer account, click on the “favorites” tab at the top of the page. This will take you to the page that shows you all the advertisers that you’ve “favorited” to avoid the hassle of searching for them all over again or potentially forgetting their name!

What are Verified Photos?

The Slixa “verified” badge contained on some advertisers’ photos indicates that Slixa has verified that the photo is an accurate representation of the advertisers’ true appearance. Slixa does not verify identity, but rather the appearance of an advertiser. You can quickly identify which advertisers’ photos have been verified by the ribbon icon that overlays the photo (either top or bottom left, depending on the photo). Alternatively, you can search for advertisers with verified photos by clicking the “filters” button beneath the billboard image at the top of the city page. Then, click “photo verified” beneath the “notoriety” header to apply your filters.

If you see an advertiser who has dramatically different verified and not verified photos, please let us know by clicking the “Report Profile” link on their profile page.

What are Visiting Ads?

Visiting ads are placed when an advertiser is temporarily traveling to a different city. You can tell which advertisers are traveling by the little airplane icon on the bottom left-hand corner of the thumbnail. If you hover over the airplane it will expand to show you the dates the advertiser will be in that city. You can also search for visiting advertiser by clicking on the “filters” button beneath the billboard at the top of the page. Once you open up the filter options, click “visiting” underneath the “visiting” header to apply your filters.

Advanced searching options can be found beneath the billboard photos of your city. You will see an “All Categories” drop down, “Incall” and “Outcall” buttons, and a “Filters” button. All of these options allow you to narrow your search results to your specifications.

What does VIP mean?

There is no set definition of “VIP” that all agree on. VIP is a setting each advertiser can choose to enable or disable, and we recommend you inquire with the advertiser for more information.

What is the “Available Now” feature?

Available Now is a feature that lets you know an advertiser is available for booking within two hours.

Advertisers who set themseleves to “available now” will have a blue “Available Now” banner on their ad thumbnail and be included in the “Available” category.

What are incall location maps?

Incall location maps can be seen on and advertiser’s profile under their listed city on the right-hand column of the profile. This map gives a 1.5 miles radius around the zipcode perimeter of their approximate incall location.

Not all advertisers choose to use this feature, and we recommend you contact the advertiser for a more precise location once you’re ready to book an appointment.