Let me start off by admitting that, when I first started in the webcam modeling business, I was totally out of my depth. I hadn’t even watched many cam girls do their thing as a viewer before I decided to jump into the industry and begin camming myself. I literally had no clue what to do, and I didn’t even know what a tip was until like the 4th day. Yeah, I was one of those girls.
But, like, I eventually did figure things out, and I’m making a great income from camming now. It’s just that I had to learn so many things along the way, and it took me so long that I missed out on a lot of money because I was so busy trying to catch up to the other cam girls. It would have been SOOO much better and easier if I had had a good camming coach to show me the way, and to show me what NOT to do.
I made huge mistakes when I was a new cam girl, and I keep kicking myself to this day over them because I now realize how much it cost me. If I had known an experienced camgirl at the time, I could’ve asked for help and advice that would have made a huge difference for me. Unfortunately, too, I was pretty shy and didn’t want to reach out to other webcam models, which made the situation even worse.
So, what I want to stress in this post is that you really should try to find a veteran cam girl or camming coach you can ask for advice. If you happen to have girlfriends who cam, that’s awesome. But even if you don’t know anyone personally, you should still reach out to models who are active and who obviously know what they’re doing. Twitter is a great way to do that, because cam girls tend to stick together there.
For example, even if you’re a new camgirl fresh off the bus, as they say, you can follow established cam models on Twitter and, most of the time, they will follow you back when they see you’re a cam girl too. This is really great because, when someone follows you on Twitter, that means you can DM them (direct message), and that can be huge. You should engage a cam model publically on her tweet threads for a while before you DM her, but you should eventually do that and try to connect. The advice she could eventually share with you could totally change your camming career for the better.
Keep in mind, too, that active cam girls aren’t the only ones who can give you great advice on how to cam better. There are plenty of former webcam girls who have camming advice blogs, and there are even webcam studio owners who post on some webcam modeling forums and give great tips for new models.
The basic thing to remember is that you should always be seeking out advice from established and experienced people in the industry. It can help A LOT at the beginning of your career, and throughout.