Many years ago, before smartphones and “mobile apps” were even a thing, cam girls tended to do fairly well just working their chat room traffic on whichever cam site they happened to be plying their trade on. It really wasn’t that complicated — all you had to do was log on, chit-chat a bit, maybe jiggle the twins and shake the booty, then you’d find that the tips and show purchases would start pouring in like a gaggle of stoned hippie friends who found out you just ordered a pizza.
In the realm of marketing pros, it’s well-understood that, to make the sale, you really need to establish a personal connection with the potential customer. This has been the reality for sellers of all sorts for eons, going all the way back, I’m sure, to the ancient sands of Sumer where civilization first popped into existence on planet Earth thousands of years ago.
For webcam models, the same rule applies, so it’s necessary to get familiar with the basics of how to “warm-up” your cam viewers and get them all hot and ready to buy content, shows, and tip you into those sweet, sweet token comas everybody in the webcamming business dreams about.
Porn is free, right? I mean, these days, anybody can just open up a browser window and mosey on down to their favorite tube site to watch a gazillion hours of unadulterated XXX video entertainment for complete gratis. Why would anyone pay for a porn clip, you might ask?
Well, you’d be surprised how much demand exists out there for “custom porn,” and how much money can be made by offering it to the lusty masses. If you’re an adult content creator or webcam model and are interested in boosting your revenues using this lucrative method, this post will show you exactly how it’s done.
It seems like, for ages now, camgirls have been selling Skype shows to horny cam site members and social media followers. One of the biggest reasons for this is that shows on Skype offer high-quality video and can generally be sold straight to the viewer, without the cam sites taking their traditional 50% to 70% bite of revenues. Cam models usually take payments via Google Wallet or Paypal for Skype shows (though I don’t advise this), and will often even take Amazon Gift Cards as payment. Skype shows have become a mainstay of camming, but that might be about to change.
Microsoft Corporation, the parent company of Skype, has recently announced a change in policy that will ban all nudity and even profane language from the platform. The new policy is taking effect May 1st, 2018, and will surely cause moans and groans across Camland, but not the good kind.
Well, another AVN Expo is now in the history books of debauchery, and the STD clinics are probably busy processing test results as we speak, so I think it’s time to briefly reflect on exactly why conventions are so important to a budding camming or porn clip career.