For performers who don’t have the proper equipment, or who don’t like the idea of camming from home, studios are another option. Some performers even say their price changes depending on their mood.The studios don’t, however, offer performers the option of choosing their own hours, or working remotely, which seem to be two of the biggest perks of the job.
He told me, “If you log on to the 10 biggest cam sites on the Internet, and you see the model counts for who is on that day for each of those 10 websites, there will probably be like 20,000 models online at any given time.
I spoke with Clinton Cox, founder of the first annual Camming Con conference, to better understand that figure.
How It Works Like almost any other job out there, the end goal is money. In 2013, the New York Times reported that industry analysts and executives estimate the industry brings in around $1 billion in annual revenue.
But the point is that the camming community mirrors the spectrum of what people find attractive, which is endless.
For 10, viewers can get a closeup of the lady’s breasts, or her asshole.
For 20, they can see her pleasure herself, play with her boyfriend’s member, or see him suck on her nipples. They say the camera adds 10 pounds, and what if that’s true? The camming industry, also known as the live content industry, has blown up in the past few years. The site Cam4 usually offers 500 tokens for around 0, 250 tokens for and 100 tokens for .99. But what if there was a moneymaking space where those 10 pounds and that stupid face were celebrated? That way, they can buy “tokens” to tip performers with.Then there are those who brave it on their own to avoid paying a commission.They use platforms like Skype and Facebook to host their shows. I reached out to Nikki Night, who is in charge of performer development and training at Cam4."blew my mind away – better models, better quality and very easy to browse!