Dear Models and Hosts,
As you may already know, the world, including the world of webcam modeling, knows very little about your actual workplace and daily life experiences. In an attempt to fill these gaps, I worked with YNOT and YNOT Cam to develop a survey.
I would be very grateful if you took just five to eight minutes to complete the questions therein.
Your participation, if you decide to do so, will be kept confidential. You will not be asked for your name in any form. Your email address will never be sold or shared, and all data will be anonymized. I will use the information we gather to write up a detailed report, and I will send you a copy of the final results if you’d like to see them. (You can opt in to receive a copy at the end of the survey.)
The report, which eventually will be made public, will help members of the webcam community better understand the issues models face. It also will help policy makers find ways to create more effective services and give the mainstream media and culture an accurate picture of exactly what it takes to be a webcam model.
This survey was developed by me — a sociologist who has worked to understand the industry for more than a decade (more about me here) — in conjunction with YNOT and YNOT Cam. Questions and topics were vetted and tested by members of the community, including current models, in an effort to make them relevant and viable.
As a thank you for your time, four randomly selected participants will receive U.S. $250-worth of consumer traffic that can be sent to the page of your choice. (Traffic donated by JuicyAds, ClickAdu, and DivaTraffic.) If you win, that means more visits for your website, your profile page, or anywhere else you’d like to promote. You can opt in to be entered at the end of the survey.
Thank you — your insights and time are valuable and significant. I really appreciate your consideration.
All my best,
Please share the survey link with your friends, associates, and whoever else you think might be interested!
Chauntelle Tibbals, PhD, is the author of Exposure: A Sociologist Explores Sex, Society, and Adult Entertainment. Her work has appeared in Broadly, VICE, Mic, Playboy, numerous academic journals, and lots of other places. Find her on Twitter @drchauntelle.