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.
Well, here we are…yet another Halloween is staring us right in the face, and the rapidly growing cacophony of jingling tipping noises that can be heard on sites like Chaturbate and MyFreeCams are beginning to cause short-term deafness in cam models all across Camland. Yes, this annual spookfest is probably the best time for a creative cam girl to make tons and tons of tokens, so you better get your costumes ready, people…it’s time to make some bank.
The populace is still reeling from last weekend’s world premiere of “Sharknado 5 – Global Swarming” on the SyFy Channel, but my exquisite Camlord mind has been busy coming up with potential parodies of the ridiculous, but hilarious, B-movie franchise.
Well, the trend of live-streaming apps adding a tipping functionality is continuing full speed ahead, and Periscope has just become the latest broadcasting platform to jump on the bangwagon (oops, I totally meant “bandwagon,” I swear).
Many of you may be familiar with some of the other tipping-enabled apps like YouNow and Peeks, where broadcasters can make some sweet coin just hanging out in a totally non-nude capacity with their viewers. It seems like these live-streaming platforms that allow tipping are getting more popular than ever, so it makes sense that Twitter-owned Periscope would get with the program eventually.