We all have IRL "squad goals," but can you build an exclusively online squad? As a cam model? The answers are yes and definitely yes. From celebrities to Average Joes, #squadgoals permeate social life in 2016. One place to cultivate your squad is right in front of you: your regulars and established fans.
As a cam model, your on-cam persona is everything. You want fans to feel comfortable in your room — after all, you're selling fantasy. Minding your public image is an important part of your job, but what do you do if you're having a bad day?
Mainstream marketers are just catching on, but lots of models are already using Snapchat. Like Instagram, Snapchat is a messaging platform that’s primarily image- and video-based and highly mobile. With 100 million users and growing, it’s a platform to consider for expanding your personal brand.
Whether camming is your hobby, career or dream job, using social media is a must. Post everything you do and everywhere you go, if you like, but it’s important to remember that for camming purposes, you aren’t posting just for personal reasons.
It used to be that a photo and a link each took 23 characters (24 if you count the space before the link so it doesn’t butt up against the text), so you were left with 94 characters in which to say what you wanted to say. That's no longer the case.