Do you plug into a larger network, or do you manage your own shows via an independent video-chat service like Skype? Both have benefits and drawbacks. Here's a comparison to help you decide which is right for you.
Momo is a camgirl, gamer, anime enthusiast, cosplayer, college student, hentai artist — and she’s seriously working it online. Her cam partner/fiancé knows how to design nifty tip-earning gaming apps, and she uses them in her shows.
In some circles, the Skype platform is considered the gold standard for video chatting. It’s inexpensive (free to go cam-to-cam with a fellow Skype user), it works well across all types of devices, and it has lots of great features. More than 300 million people use Skype, which is another benefit.
“From naughty to silly and everywhere in between.” That’s where cammer Norah Gold wants to take fans. Her look can change from gold-dust blonde to edgy brunette, and private fetish shows are her favorites. She said she gets a lot of strange requests, but she’s ready to take fans for a wild ride.
Color psychology can play an important part in branding. Understanding color psychology can help you be a more effective marketer. Studies show that little color tweaks can lead to conversions just by using a lighter background or adding a pop (up) of color where you want fans to go.
Even super-supreme selfie queens need to learn a little about how to handle themselves when striking a pose for still photos, walking red carpets or streaming on Periscope. You can learn to enhance what you’ve got and feel more comfortable in front of the camera.
Like any skill, looking great on cam takes a little practice. You don’t want to look like you fell face first into a mound of white powder (or have a raccoon tan like Donald Trump). We asked a professional Hollywood makeup artist to tell us what’s most essential to perfect your on-camera look.
Scarlett Lacy cams for causes. One is very personal: She’s putting herself through college with her on-cam earnings. On a more philanthropic level, she supports the Wounded Warrior Project with special shows to raise donations for injured veterans.