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.
One of the most important cam girl tips of all, as it is in just about every other imaginable business, is to understand the “Pareto Principle,” also called the “80/20 Rule.” If you really want to haul-in the fat stacks in the webcam modeling world (or in digital marketing generally), then you really want to know how it works and what it means.
Broadly speaking, it teaches us that around 80 percent of your results will come from only 20 percent of your efforts and focus. And, also, about 80% of your income will come from about 20% of your clientele, if you’re running a business.
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.
Looks like a Camland promotional shoot went terribly sideways a few days ago. Molly Cavalli, a pornstar and cam girl for the cam site CamSoda, was apparently bitten on the foot by a lemon shark while being filmed in an underwater shark cage just off the Florida coast. It’s called “shark diving,” and it’s a supposedly safe way to mingle with some of nature’s nastiest sea predators up close and personal.
I guess the folks at CamSoda figured that a video of one of their stars flirting with the dangerous fishies might get some attention on Youtube. Oh, they got some attention alright.
When you’re a camgirl at MyFreeCams, one of the biggest issues you’ll face is the problem of how to raise your camscore. MFC pioneered the use of this ranking factor, which is designed to boost models who are “naturals” at camming straight to the top of the main chatroom listings. This, in turn, helps MFC because it increases the visibility of the models who are most liked by viewers and best able to induce the purchase of tokens by members of the site.
The models who can’t seem to make tips or shows happen suffer declines in their camscores which, unless promptly reversed, can basically mean that they quickly descend into the dreaded MFC basement on page 46, never to be seen by humans with aroused genitalia again.
Most MyFreeCams models absolutely HATE the camscore, unless they happen to get tipped a lot, in which case they LOOOOOOOVE themselves some camscore. But, like it or not, it’s something that every single chick trying to make a buck at MFC has to deal with. This post is going to explain how you can boost your camscore by using video sales to significantly increase your inflow of both online and offline tokens.