In December 2009, it was announced that Lisa Ann had signed on to be the spokeswoman for RealTouch, a mechanized produced by . She later had her own genitalia molded for in 2011.
Ann worked as a for between September 2005 and February 2006. According to Ann, female performers in the industry who were 30 years or older were rejected by other agents and had to represent themselves despite the demand for them amid the "MILF phenomenon," which motivated her to start her own agency and represent them. She launched Clear Talent Management in November 2006, which was later renamed Lisa Ann's Talent Management and merged with 's Lighthouse Agency in 2007 before closing in July 2010.
Ah, yes, the sweet, sweet sound of static. When Lisa Hannigan released her last album, , in October 2011 she never dreamt it'd be five years before she'd be making goo-goo eyes at its sibling (that's the mother/child analogies done with, by the way). "I'm not like One Direction having to make an album every 18 months because the record company share price is dependent on it, but I never intended it to take so long," she says putting down her phone. "I toured for around two-and-a-half-years and during that period wasn't able to write, which hadn't been my experience before. I thought, 'No problem, it'll start flowing as soon as we come off the road'. That didn't happen, though. I tried hard - probably too hard - to write when I got home from the tour, but was only able to come up with fragments and half-ideas."