If you have any second thoughts about how to make money as a cam girl, know that you can do it almost any way you want. While no one can guarantee that all the methods would pay equally, or even pay at all, there is a lot of flexibility in the webcam industry.
I think that most dudes on the internet, and just about all with any interest whatsoever in adult entertainment, know about cam sites. Many will have visited and checked them out themselves. That’s not surprising, because cam sites are pretty awesome places: They’re like strip clubs on your computer, and they can totally rock your ballsack.
And yet, while pretty much anyone could explain a strip club’s business model with varying degrees of accuracy, there seems to be a lot of confusion out there as to how cam sites make money. So I wanted to cover that today, and explain exactly how these platforms bring in the bucks that they do.
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.
So, one of the things I get asked the most by webcam models is how the holy balls can a girl sell more video clips? As you can imagine, the idea of setting up a well-stocked video store and making daily sales on autopilot sounds really, really good to most camgirls (and camguys).
That’s easier said than done, of course, so an awful lot of sellers are eager to know what they can do to get their fledgling porn clip business off the ground. While there are several different porn video clip sites out there that a model can place her store on, I’m going to focus on the biggest one in terms of traffic right now — Clips4Sale.com.
Ever since Chaturbate introduced chatroom moderators, debate has raged across Camland as to whether doing this was a good or a bad idea. On the positive side, there’s no doubt that room mods have made things much, much easier for the cam models who use them. No longer do they have to tolerate, or be distracted by, trolls, spammers, and the “open bobs” contingent.
There is a negative side, though, which this article over at Vice.com entitled “Meet The Bouncers of Camgirl Chatrooms” goes into pretty well. The subject of the piece, Cortana Blue, is one of the highest performing webcam girls at Chaturbate currently. She’s got legions of fans, and her room count, on any given day, is considered “low” if it’s under 2000. Yep, those last two zeros are supposed to be there.