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Avoiding Payment Scams On Webcam

​If you’ve been a webcam model for long enough, you’ve probably encountered someone trying to scam you. In fact, even if you’ve just gotten started, you may have had someone try to scam you. Since they know that you’re new to camming, they assume that you’re more likely to fall for their scam.​ Many models can tell you horror stories of a scam or two that they’ve fallen for in the past. Some are worse than others. But if you fall for one, no matter what the degree, you’re gonna feel frustrated and upset. So to help prevent these scams, I’m gonna go over some of the most common ones that you may encounter during your camming career.

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Avoiding Webcam Scams

The majority of scams that you’ll encounter while on cam involve the scam artist getting you to do something for free, even though you think that they’re paying you to do it. The first thing that I want to say is that you should always follow your gut feeling. If something doesn’t feel right, that’s probably because it isn’t.

Although these scam artists are usually very good at what they do, there’s always gonna be something there that doesn’t feel quite right or just seems off. If you sense that at all, look into it before giving anything away for free. There’s no harm in protecting yourself.

No Pay, No Play…

Even if someone promises to pay you, you should never perform a show or give out your content before getting paid. If they say that they don’t know if they can trust you, direct them to a site that has an escrow system. Extralunchmoney and Mygirlfund are examples.

Both of these sites allow the member to create an escrow that holds the credits in limbo until you deliver the product. Once delivered, the member gets tiny screenshots of the content, and they can either approve or deny the escrow. That way it’s fair for everyone involved and no one has to worry about the other person not following through.

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Adult Pay Platforms Only

Never let people pay you via non-adult-friendly payment providers. PayPal is a perfect example of a payment provider that is not adult-friendly. You may think it’s a good idea to use PayPal because you keep 100%, but it’s definitely not worth the risk.

First off, your account will get shut down immediately if they find out you’re using it for adult services. Your funds will be held for months before you can withdraw them and you’ll never be able to have another PayPal account under your name again. Secondly, the customer could do what’s called a chargeback.

And if they do, you cannot protest it since you weren’t allowed to use it for your adult activities in the first place. If a customer files a chargeback with their bank, the bank will cancel the payment that they made to you via PayPal and you won’t get paid.

You’ll be asked to provide proof of what you offered in exchange for the PayPal money. And again, since it was an adult service, you won’t be able to provide that proof and you’ll have lost out on that money.

Lookout For Fake Emails

Another way people are scamming cam models is with fake emails. They design the emails to look like they’re coming from a company that you trust such as Amazon or Giftrocket, but really they aren’t.

Instead, they’re just fake emails designed to look like that, but don’t actually have any money attached to them that you can redeem. If you get something that you’re unsure of, make sure the funds go into your account before you do the cam show or before giving them your content in return.

Fake AF Models

The final thing is fake cam models and admins. Some guys will pretend to be another cam model in order to get your trust. They’ll do this to get to know more about you, or even to get free access to your private content. This happens a lot on Snapchat. You’ll think you’re adding a fellow cam model when really it’s just a guy pretending to be a girl in order to add models for free. Before accepting anyone, do your research. Find the specific model’s real camming account or Twitter account and DM them to see if that’s really them.

Things like this happen while streaming live on cam as well. You may get someone in your chat room that’s pretending to be an admin. They may ask you for certain private information. Never give anything like that out! A reputable company would never contact you in your chat room while you’re on cam. And there are always ways set in place to know which accounts are actually admins or not.

Cam Model Code Of Conduct

As with any job, there is a code of conduct that should be followed as a cam model. Even though you’re your own boss and can technically run your business however you want, it’s still important to hold yourself to certain standards that the cam model community finds acceptable. This will give you a good reputation among other cam models and your fans. Even if you plan on remaining a solo model, having a good relationship with the cam model community is incredibly important. You don’t want your name attached to articles or comments on cam model forums that are negative. Besides the possibility of your fans reading these comments and getting a bad taste in their mouth for you, it can cause unnecessary drama that no one wants to deal with. And you’re screwing yourself over if you ever do decide you want to broaden your horizons and try to work with other girls.

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Webcam Model Code of Conduct

The first thing that you should never do is bash another working webcam model. Besides being incredibly rude, it’s also hurtful and considered bullying. And aside from that, it makes you look very insecure about yourself and your own abilities as a cam model. If you have a personal issue with another model, keep it between the two of you. Even if they’re antagonizing you, be the bigger person. Either ignore them, block them, or reply via DM instead of in public on social media or in your web cam room. And be mature about your responses.

Simply explain the issue you have with them, why you have it, and move on. If they can’t seem to understand it, that’s their own problem. Don’t worry yourself over petty drama. In the long run, they’re just gonna make themselves look like an immature baby, and you’re gonna come out the winner.

Sometimes it may not be a personal issue, you just might not like another cam model’s style or something that they do. Remember that they’re running their own business just like you are. Let them do it the way they want. It’s not your position to critique their way of doing things just because it’s not how you do things. Mind your own business and focus on ways to improve your own shows.

Dealing With Fans

So that’s a little bit about how you should interact with other cam models, but let’s go into who you’ll be dealing with on a daily basis: your fans. The way you treat your fans can really make or break you as a cam model. If you want respect from them, you need to give them respect as well. I’m not saying you 100% of the time have to be nice to everyone. Let’s face it, you’re gonna encounter trolls along the way.

But the way you deal with them is what’s important. I know it can sometimes be hard to simply block someone without telling them off first, but you should remember that this is what they want. They want to rile you up and get a reaction from you. If you do feel the need to say something to them before blocking them, just keep your cool. Keep in mind that you’re live on cam.

Everything you do maybe being recorded by someone. If you freak out on someone and that video gets posted on the internet later, it could be embarrassing or make you look bad. It may have been better if you kept your composure and thought about your response before freaking out.

No Begging For Anything

I see a lot of cam models beg for tips all day long while on cam. This is not the way you should be doing things. If it’s ok for you to beg, then who’s to say your fans shouldn’t be beggars too. Instead of begging for tips, occasionally let your fans know about things you’re selling or special promotions you’re currently running.

If you’re genuinely enjoying your time on cam and actively interacting with your fans, they’ll be more inclined to purchase stuff from you than if you’re just constantly begging. When they see you begging for tips, it makes them wonder why you’re so desperate to make a sale.

Maybe they think your quality of content will suck or that you’re trying to rip them off. Although it can sometimes be tough, you just need to be patient and hang out like usual instead of constantly begging for tips.

If you can follow these basic guidelines, you’re definitely on the road to success. Remember that everything you do just might be being recorded, so compose yourself in a way that you want to be remembered by.

Getting The Right Look For Cam Shows

There’s a misconception that models in general need to be perfect or flawless looking. This couldn’t be further from the truth. However, it is important that you have the right look for your shows. Today, I’ll be covering what I believe to be the most important things to consider with regards to looks for your cam shows. ​

Don’t get nervous or scared, trust me, you can do this no matter what you look like. Sure, looks do matter, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder…right?!

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Getting The Right Model Look: Easy Tips For Cam Girls

When you think of a model, you probably picture women who are tall, thin, with long flowing hair, perfect skin, perfect teeth, perfect everything! The good thing about being a cam model is that you don’t have to live up to those impossible standards in order to be successful. Trust me, I am not super tall nor do I look like a runway model.

Cam models come in all shapes, sizes, and styles. No matter what you look like, there will be plenty of guys who are into you. But with that said, your appearance is still an important part of your job. If you feel confident, it’ll show through in your cam shows. You’ll be much more successful if you feel good about yourself.

Be Comfortable

You should always do whatever makes you feel comfortable. If you like to grow out your pubic hair, then grow it out. Don’t let a fuckboy or a troll come into your room and pressure you to shave it. Whatever makes you feel the best about yourself, is exactly what you should do. It is important to look put together.

Brush and style your hair before getting on cam. There may be a day here and there where you don’t have the time to make your look complete, but the majority of the time you should look neat. Your fans don’t want to see you looking like a hot mess. 😛

Makeup Makes Things Better

Camming makeup is different than everyday makeup. It can be much more fun! You don’t want to overdo it, but you really can play around with bold looks on cam and still not look ridiculous.

If it’s your first time on cam or if you want to experiment with a look, put your makeup on while watching yourself on cam.

Don’t actually stream your cam, but just have it run on your computer so you can see what different looks will look like. You’ll often find that you look different on cam then you do in real life.

Makeup that might make you look like a cheap hooker (more covered in the Q&A page on that topic), could look really pretty, bold, and interesting on cam.

Video Tutorial

I suggest checking out this video tutorial if you’re looking for some more specific tips for creating your look via makeup application.

Try Things But Do What Works

You’re of course free to change up your look at any time, but most models will find a look that works for them and stick to it.

You might throw some of your fans off if you start camming with black hair, thick black eyeliner, dark red lipstick, and pale skin and then show up on cam the next day with bleach blonde hair and a spray tan.

You have to remember that your fans first started watching you because they liked your look. When they’re browsing through models, that’s the first thing that they notice… your look, not your personality.

Your great personality is of course what makes them stick around, but they were originally drawn to you because they liked your style.

Body Maintenance

Maintaining your body hair is also important. Although some cam models choose to skip shaving and grow everything out, most at least keep their legs and underarms smooth.

It can definitely feel like a chore sometimes, but it’s something you really should maintain. It’s completely up to you which method of hair removal you choose: shaving, waxing, or laser hair removal.

All have their pros and cons. Shaving can be tedious and you may end up with irritated skin or red bumps from ingrown hairs. Waxing can be painful and may also irritate your skin, making it look red or blotchy.

Laser hair removal can also be painful if you have sensitive skin. The treatments can also add up, and sometimes not work for your hair type. Find a method that works for you and take your time with it so you don’t end up irritating your skin.

Conclusion: Get The Look, Then Get Paid More

If you’re looking to get paid and get these cam whales off, then you need to get the look down. Use these tips that I’ve provided above and trust me, you will earn big money. Take your look, style, and physical appearance seriously and you’ll for sure prosper as a model.

Pro tip: Add the makeup to your Amazon Wishlist and you can easily get consumers to buy the makeup for you! Probably the best takeaway from this entire article!

ManyVids Review & FAQ Gets Answered

Okay, today I’m going to cover one of those sites that every cam girl needs to know about. ManyVids is a crazy popular site that just about every single cam girl who’s made a lot of money has used over the years. Today, after reading this article, you should be able to assess whether or not adopting the platform into your revenue stream wheelhouse makes sense. As I said, I’m seasoned and know what works and what doesn’t. Before reaching out to me with additional questions about Manyvids.com, please read the article in full. I tried to cover it all!

Manyvids Review & FAQ

My ManyVids Review & Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

ManyVids is a website where you can sell your videos, pictures, tangible goods, and other adult products. Below I rate them in several different categories, giving them a score in each category out of 10. Out of 60 possible points, I gave them 59/60, with an average score of 9.83. They excelled in every category.

How Much Experience (Time) Do You Have Using The Site?

I’ve been on ManyVids for years, many, many years in fact.

Features – 10/10

ManyVids offers models so many great and useful features! The main one is of course selling your premade videos. Videos must be under 2 GB in size, which is larger than many sites allow.

This means you won’t have to break your video into smaller sections or compromise quality. They also let you upload multiple videos at one time, and come back to edit and publish them at a later time.

You set all of your own prices for each video you upload, can upload your own preview and cover picture, put your video on sale whenever you want, and select up to 5 categories for each video. You can also sell memberships for 3 months, 6 months, or 12 months.

When someone purchases a membership, they get unlimited access to all of your videos that you included in your membership plan, plus all-new videos added during the duration of their membership.

Selling Custom Clips

You can also sell custom videos, Skype shows, your phone number, and texting through different apps from your profile page. All of these services are super easy to set up from your Services page. Once set up, they will automatically show up for purchase on the left-hand side of your profile.

You can also host your own contest through the Services page. Another service is called Fund Me. You can start a Fund Me campaign for anything you want: a trip, new equipment, anything! Like with the rest of the site, you keep 60% of everything you raise. You can also mention a “big donation” amount which, when tipped that amount or higher, you can offer your fan a special gift.

When you create your ManyVids account, you automatically have access to setting up your own storefront. This is a separate tab from your videos where you can sell anything you want! Models use their store to sell panties and other tangible goods, access to their Snapchat, photosets, gamer tags, video/photo bundles, autographed photos, used toys, and more. You can also use it to run raffles and have every purchase of a certain item count as an entry into your raffle.

ManyVids frequently hosts contests with large cash prizes. The last one they hosted had a cash prize to the top 3 girls of $3,333 each along with 3 runner-up prizes of $333 each. Not only are these contests great ways to earn extra cash, but they also get all girls who participate more exposure.

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Profits & Traffic – 10/10

ManyVids currently has over 439,000 registered members. They are one of the fastest-growing adult clip sites in the industry right now. A really cool and unique feature that they offer their models is the ability to search out buyers yourself.

If you visit the Members page, you can view the daily top spenders on the site as well as filter all members by ethnicity, location, if they’re a custom video buyer, store shopper, top reviewer, premium member, or Skype show buyer. You can use this to your advantage by searching out members who purchase items that you offer and get in contact with them.

Lots Of Profit To Be Made

I’ve found ManyVids to be one of the most profitable adult clip/store sites out there. Not only do I sell my premade videos daily, but I also sell memberships (which gives the buyer access to all of your videos that you chose to include in your membership plan) fairly often, custom videos several times a week, at least one Skype shows a week, and occasionally items from my store.

You keep 60% of all your gross revenue on the site. Although that isn’t the highest percentage in the adult industry, the traffic more than makes up for it. They also handle all chargebacks themselves, so you don’t have to worry about getting scammed.

Ease Of Using & Navigating The Site – 10/10

ManyVids is incredibly easy to use and navigate through. They do a great job making everything easy to find on both the models and buyer ends.

All of your important settings are organized on one page, making it easy to check your earnings and make any important changes you may need to make.

Payments & Cashouts – 10/10

ManyVids offers several different payout options. US checks are free to issue and the minimum payout is $100. They generally take 5-7 days to arrive. Payoneer is also free, but the minimum payout is only $50.

ACH bank transfer is only available in the United States. It is free to cash out and has a minimum payout of $150.

A wire transfer in the US or Canada costs $15 and has a minimum payout of $250. An international wire transfer costs $25 and also has a minimum payout of $250.

Privacy Protection & Geo-Blocking – 9/10

ManyVids offers easy to implement regional blocking. The only reason I gave them a 9 in this category instead of a perfect score is that they limit the number of regions and countries you can block.

They allow you to block up to 3 regions (states or provinces) and up to 3 countries. This limit is more than sufficient for most and won’t be a problem for the majority of models.

Aside from regional blocking, you can also block specific users from viewing your profile and contacting you.

As far as privacy protection and keeping your personal information secure, ManyVids is on top of their game. They’ve never had an issue with a model’s personal information being released.

If you have any concerns about other people logging into your account, they have that handled as well. You can choose to enable 2-step verification to your account.

What this means is that every time you go to sign in, you’ll have to enter both your password and a security code that’s generated by your mobile phone.

Customer Service & Support – 10/10

ManyVids has excellent customer service and support. Not only do they quickly respond to any questions you submit, but they also have an extensive FAQ page that will answer pretty much any question you may have about the site.

Many of the models on the site are also willing to help you out if you have something you’re confused about. ManyVids can be a great way to make new friends in the industry.

Conclusion: ManyVids Is Worth Trying

Overall ManyVids is a great site and should be used by all models to earn extra revenue. As soon as you start uploading your videos and products, you’ll notice the sales rolling in. Getting started on the site is simple and only takes a few minutes. It’s definitely a site worth checking out!

Discovering Your Niche

Have you ever heard someone say, “There are riches in niches?” It’s a common saying in business and it’s more applicable today more than ever before. ​That holds especially true for camming. New niche cam sites and chatrooms are popping up daily. I’ll be sharing information on why I feel there are riches in these niches and what they can do for you and your bank account. Most importantly, I’ll help you find and define your niche.

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Find And Profit From Your Camming Niche

Not all cam models have to have a specific niche, but it’s never a bad idea to have something specific that you’re known for.​ If you’ve browsed any porn sites recently, you may have noticed that there are LOTS of different things guys are into.

There’s pretty much a fetish for anything and everything. With that said, it can sometimes be tricky to narrow down your specific niche since there are so many different ones out there. So let me help you out. 🙂

Factors To Focus On

I Found It

Your niche can be based on several different factors: what you’re personally into, something based on your looks or the kind of body shape you have, something based on your personality, age, or even just the person you want to be while on cam.

Even though I said there’s a fetish out there for pretty much everything, you do want to pick something that sells well in general and that you can personally sell well. There are a few ways to check and see what’s popular and what’s not.

The very first place I check and that I recommend other models check is Pornhub. You’ll find a list of all the categories and tags there. Look for lots of views and lots of tags. The more volume the better!

Should I Test ‘Em Out?

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When first getting started and becoming a cam model, it’s a good idea to experiment with different niches. Make lots of different streams and record different videos with different themes and see what sells best.

Or maybe make your decision based on what you get asked to do the most often on cam. When I first got started, I had no guidance and really had no idea what I was doing. I eventually found out through requests while camming, what my niche should be.

So now I focus a lot of my content on daddy/daughter stuff, schoolgirl, age play, etc. I found that my young look and petite body shape really played a factor in why guys choose to watch me. The majority of them have some kind of teen fetish, so I rolled with it and have been successful.

What About Non-Nude?

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Despite popular belief, not all cam models have to be nude models. There are successful models out there who have never shown any nudity on camera before. Their niche is the art of tease and/or entertainment.

Trust me on this, they really let their personality shine through on cam and usually do unique shows that really captivate the audience. Maybe that’s your thing. Some models are very dominant and love to have sissy boys bow down to their every command.

Even More Niches

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Or maybe you enjoy teasing guys and forcing them to pay you for the hope that they might get to see something special from you or just to get your attention for a little bit.

Maybe you have ginormous boobs and you use those to your advantage. As long as you’re happy, enjoy what you’re doing, and can make a living doing it, why not?

It’s Nothing Permanent

Nothing Permenant

With all of this said, many models will branch out outside of their specific niche from time to time… especially in custom videos. Being versatile is also important. Even if you mostly focus on one or a couple of things, your fans might like to see something different on occasion.

So maybe throw them for a loop and put something different out there from time to time to spice things up and show them that you can be good at lots of different things.

Conclusion: Niche It Out

If you’re not trying to niche it out from time to time as a model, then you’re likely leaving money on the table. Don’t leave any options out as long as it’s legal and something you can handle and really do well.

If you’re at the very beginning and just stepping into things, then you’ll want to take a look at a few articles listed below before diving into your niche decision making. Start with these below first, then start picking.

https://www.howareyoubb.com/tutorials/

https://www.howareyoubb.com/webcam-site-reviews/

And once you start making money, this is a must-read…

https://www.howareyoubb.com/banking-advice-for-webcam-models/

How To Be A Successful Non-Nude Cam Model

Non Nude Webcam Models

Although it’s a fact that most cam models show nudity at some point in their career, there are also plenty of non-nude cam models out there. I’ll let you know right now that it can be a struggle to succeed as a non-nude model, but it’s most definitely possible. As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, the most important thing is that you’re comfortable with what you’re doing. If you’re doing something that you’re not comfortable with or that you just can’t get yourself into, it’s gonna show in your performance. And there’s nothing that’ll turn a guy off more than watching you do anything on cam when it’s obvious you aren’t actually enjoying it.

It’s definitely harder to become a successful non-nude model than it is a nude model. Although many guys truly enjoy chatting and interacting with you as a person, most also enjoy it even more when you’re naked. 😛 But although you may struggle at the beginning of your career, things will start to get much easier for you as you go on. You’ll start to develop relationships with your fans. You’ll start to notice regulars coming into your room every day to hang out with you. These are really the people that will help you succeed as a non-nude model. Some days, especially when you’re first starting out, you might not have a lot of fans in your room. This can be frustrating when you see a nude model with hundreds of guys watching her. But you have to stay positive. Don’t give into the pressure and do something that you aren’t comfortable with. Stand up for your morals and for what you believe in. If you’re truly enjoying what you’re doing, the fans will come and turn into regulars for you.

Many models who decide to remain non-nude, take on some kind of niche. One of the most popular ones right now is femdom. This is basically where you, as a female, take on a dominant role. There are some models who are femdoms who will eventually show nudity to their most loyal followers, but many never do. Their followers get off on being told what to do by a dominant female. And if they do what you say like a good little boy, there are plenty of other ways to reward them then by showing them your nude body. Although I personally don’t focus on femdom, I have dabbled in it at a few points in my career. I’ve found that some guys are really into NOT seeing you naked. They simply love the tease. These kinds of guys will lose interest in you once they see you naked. These obviously aren’t the majority of guys out there, but you will definitely find some. And they can be the most loyal followers of all sometimes.

So besides going down a route like femdom, some non-nude models are simply there for chatting and friendship. Many guys who frequent cam sites are looking to chat with a beautiful model… someone that they’d maybe be too intimidated to talk to in real life. Even for me, as a nude model, I’ve found that my biggest fans prefer my shows where I just tease, tell stories, talk about what I did that day, and similar stuff to that. I found these guys without even being non-nude. If you put it out there through your show descriptions, video titles, and keywords that you’re a non-nude model, you’ll attract these kinds of guys easily.

I know that I’ve said this in multiple articles, but no matter what you’re doing or showing on cam, your personality is really what attracts the most amount of people. Your personality and overall attitude is also what makes your fans want to come visit you over and over again. So whether you get naked or not on cam, it’s important to have a positive attitude and just be friendly to everyone.

Trending Cam Store Items

Popular Cam Store Items

Many cam models are expanding their business and doing more than just live cam shows. Starting your own website, selling videos on clip sites, and opening your own store are all popular routes to go down. These are all extra things that you can be doing to increase the amount of money you’re making and to get your name and image out there to more people across different websites.

Storefronts are huge right now. There are many different adult sites that let you have your own storefront. Some of the biggest ones right now are ManyVids, Extralunchmoney, and Cam Model Store. Sites like the ones I just mentioned allow you to sell more than just your premade photosets and videos. You can sell custom content, access to your private Snapchat account, and even tangible goods such as your used panties, other lingerie that you’ve worn before, autographed photos, used toys, etc. The possibilities are endless! Recently, models have been getting more creative about the items that they offer in their stores. Some of the newer items to come out have really taken off! So while these items are hot, it’s best for you to get in on them while they’re still trending and popular amongst cam model fans.

One of the most popular store items right now are cock ratings. For me personally, they’re my number one selling item on ManyVids. Every model offers different things when it comes to cock ratings, and it’s completely up to you how you want to do yours. I’ve found the most popular option to be a cock rating video. In my videos, I look at the pictures and let the viewer know my initial thoughts on their cock length, girth, balls, hairiness, and overall appearance. After that, I grab one of my dildos that’s around the same size as their cock and use it “test out their dick”. Most models don’t do this in their cock rating videos, but I’ve found that I sell lots more when I do and I can charge more for them as well. After that, I recap my thoughts on their cock and give them a number rating between 1 and 5. My cock rating videos usually run about 5 minutes long and I charge the same price for them as I would for a 5 minute custom video. And in most cases, they’re a lot easier than a custom video because they’re basically all the same and I don’t have to worry about a script or anything. Other popular options for cock ratings are through a paragraph or on Snapchat. These are generally cheaper than a video because they don’t take as much work and you can pretty much get them done within a few minutes. For the paragraph one, I just basically write out what I think of their cock and put the rating at the end. So it’s the same as the video, except written out instead of spoken. For the Snapchat cock ratings, I usually send them three personal snaps: the first two with my initial thoughts on their cock and the final one with their number rating. I’ve found that guys love to have their cock rated! You should definitely be taking advantage of this popular trend!

Another thing that’s popular right now is the GFE, or Girlfriend Experience. A lot of guys are really into have a girl to talk to for a certain amount of time that will make it feel like they’re actually in a relationship with them. This can involve flirty messages throughout the day, cute little pictures or even short video clips, telling each other how your day went, watching a movie together and chatting about your thoughts, etc. Anything that a normal couple might do. The amount of time that you offer and how much you charge for this is completely up to you. It can be very time consuming, especially if you get a really needy guy. It’s definitely important to put all of your rules and restrictions in the description of your item for this, otherwise the guys may try to take advantage of you. Some models will only offer an hour or a couple hours at a time, while others will set aside an entire day to chat back and forth with their “boyfriend” for the day. If you decide to offer the GFE to your fans, be sure to set your prices high enough to compensate the amount of time you’ll have to spend doing this. It’s also a good idea to put in the description that they need to schedule a day and time with you in advance. Some guys will buy the item and expect you to contact them and start chatting immediately. This isn’t always possible because of your own schedule or timezone. So definitely put that in the description somewhere so they plan a date in advance.

Not quite as popular, but still worth adding to your store, is a hotel stay. Basically your fans can purchase you one night in a fancy hotel. During your stay, you should spend the majority of your time shooting new content. The fan who purchased your hotel stay should get the content for free and then you’ll have all of that new content to put for sale in your clip store or to put up on your website. Shooting in the same location can get boring for both you and your fans. So mixing it up with some hotel content can really be a lot of fun and a big seller.

Couples Guide To Camming

Camming as a Couple

If you decide to cam with a male partner, there’s some things that you’ll need to work out before you even get started. Some sites only allow female models, so you’ll need to find a site that works best for you and your partner that allows males to cam. Finding a site to cam on is the easy part. There are some legal things that both you and your partner should discuss and take care of before you do your first shows together. Even if you’re gonna be camming with a boyfriend, husband, or someone else that you really trust, it’s still very important to cover anything that could come up and make sure you both are protected. Also, just figuring out what you’re gonna do on cam can really take some time to figure out.

As I said, there are some cam sites out there that only allow female models. If you’re gonna be camming with a male partner, one of the most popular sites is Chaturbate. They’re one of the highest ranked cam sites and get a ton of traffic every day. Most couples seem to do the best on the site, even sometimes exceeding solo female cam models. Another good site for couples is Streamate. Chaturbate and Streamate are very different cam sites, but they both allow male/female couples to cam together. When you first start camming, I’d suggest trying out both sites to see the style of cam site that you guys prefer. Chaturbate is a site that allows public shows. This means that you’ll likely set a goal and then perform your show in public for everyone to watch once the goal is met. On Streamate, you can’t show nudity in public chat. So you’ll raise money in advance and then be taken into a private room where only those who tipped into your show can actually watch. Both have their pros and cons, so it’s ultimately up to you.

Discussing all the boring legal stuff is a must do before you start camming with a partner. It’s important to protect yourself just in case something does end up happening and you guys get into an argument about it. You should make sure you have a copy of each other’s ID’s, along with a photo of them holding their ID next to their face. You should also discuss and put into writing who owns the content from your shows or videos and what you each can do with that content. If you start to sell it on a clip site without your partner’s permission, that could turn into a really big problem for you guys in the future, especially if you haven’t put into writing how much each person gets from each sale. Speaking of how much each person gets, that’s something else that should be put into writing before you guys jump on cam together. Are you going to be splitting your earnings equally, whose name is the camming account going to be under, who owns the content and what can they do with it, when will you both get paid? All very important things to consider. Obviously whoever puts their name on the camming account is gonna be getting the check/payment sent to them. So do you plan on paying your partner right after your shows or waiting until you get paid and then splitting it? How do you plan on paying the other person: check, cash, Payoneer, etc.?

The two of you should also discuss what exactly you’ll be doing in your cam shows. Be open with your partner. Let them know your limits and things that you aren’t comfortable doing. And be sure that they let you know the same things. You’re gonna be working very closely with this person, so you guys need to be open about your feelings and thoughts when it comes to performing together. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, never do something you’re uncomfortable with. Don’t let your partner pressure you into doing something that you don’t want to. It’s very important that you make it very clear what you don’t want to do, that way there won’t be any misunderstandings while on cam. Could you imagine how awkward that could be? 😛

Tips For Getting Regulars In Your Cam Room

How to Get Regulars in your webcam room

​One struggle that you’ll likely come across when you first start camming is getting fans to come back time and time again. But once you master how to do this, you’ll definitely notice an increase in the amount of sales that you make, and it’ll make your work day go by much faster. Building a relationship with your fans is very important. Of course you’ll have plenty of guys who just pop in your cam room for a quickie, but you’ll also have lots of guys who want to build an actual relationship with you and really get to know you. These guys are called regulars because they regularly visit your cam room and spend time in there with you.​ So how do you actually get guys to come back and want to see you every time you’re on cam? I’ll tell you!

One of the easiest things you can do to get regulars is be yourself! Show your fun side while on cam and just genuinely have a good time. If you truly enjoy what you’re doing, it’ll show to your fans. Happiness, laughter, and smiles are most definitely contagious! If you have a negative attitude while on cam, are crying all the time, or are just giving off a vibe that you’re not into what you’re doing, no one’s gonna wanna stay in or come back to a room like that. There’s always gonna be days when you maybe aren’t in the best mood, but you need to work through that if you’re gonna get on cam. Your bad attitude one day might make it so you miss out on a really awesome fan who would have became one of your regulars had he first seen you on a good day.

Another thing that you need to do is be entertaining. Don’t just sit there and blankly stare into the camera. It’s crucial to keep your fans interested. Get up and move around a little bit. Dance, tease, flirt. Any kind of movement will keep your fans interested as opposed to a model who’s just sitting there looking bored. Talking is another very important thing to continually do while you’re on cam. Engage in conversation with your fans. Say hi when someone new enters the room instead of waiting for them to say something to you first. Even if no one’s really talking to you, you can still talk. Maybe try telling an interesting or funny story, or sing along with the music in the background. Like I said before, just doing something whether it be getting up and moving around or just talking is so much more interesting then someone who’s not doing anything.

If you start to notice a fan that’s coming into your room pretty often, be sure to take notes on them. Many cam sites allow you to type notes in for each user. These notes are only visible by you. This is a really good tool for remembering your fans name, what they’re into, or just little things about them that they told you. If someone is investing a lot of time and/or money into you, you’ll kind of seem like a snob if you continually have to ask them what their name is. 😛 Make your regulars feel special. Give them a big smile and greet them by their name when you notice them pop into your cam room. Maybe even give them a follow back on social media. These are all just little things that you can be doing to make sure your fans become regulars, and stay regulars.

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