What It Takes To Be A Cam Model…
So, you want to be a cam model!
You need patience to become a cam model. New cam models should not expect to load their webcam and broadcast for a few minutes to see a bunch of voyeur members log into your room and start throwing money at you.
Cam modeling is a job where you perform and it takes several times streaming on cam for you to have voyeur members come back to your room, then ready to start throwing money your way.
The average new cam model will need to stream at least a full hour or two, each time to attract voyeur traffic. Your presence on cam will be reflected on your profile so voyeur members see your camming activity. This will encourage potential members to make you one of their ‘favorites’ which means they will get an email to let them know when you are online. If their schedule permits, they will log in to join in on your show.
When you are broadcasting a live show, you should inform voyeurs in your room of your next scheduled session before you leave for that day.
Remember, successful cam models stream on cam 3 to 5 days a week for anywhere from 2 to 5 hours at a shift.
If you are planning to be a full time cam model, then you should be prepared to commit to 3 to 5 days a week for anywhere from 2 to 5 hours at a shift. Think about it, these hours are probably a lot less than if you were to work a job outside your home AND, you have the opportunity to make a whole lot more money as a cam model, from the safety and comfort of your own home!
If you are ready to become a cam model, apply now and start broadcasting on your webcam in just a few hours. Prepare your camming schedule now and get ready for a career where you can earn thousands of dollars every week, while having fun!