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BambiBluebell

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Sep 3, 2017
23
3
1
UK
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@Bambi_Bluebell
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Bambi_Bluebell
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Hi guys
i'm just into my third month camming, and it's been going ok. I missed my "new model" status on CB which meant I was really starting from nothing, but it's worked out alright. I have over 1000 followers from working part time and I've been earning just under what I need to ideally survive, but it's been gradually increasing. Just this last week I started camming on SM through Camsharks agency - they've been immensely helpful and supportive and I'm earning way more per minute, though there are more periods of sitting around doing nothing, which I don't like (should say that I've only done 2 shifts on SM and both were on really quiet days, so i don't have enough data yet really to know how much I'll earn). The structure of the site and the way it works is also way less conducive to creativity and whimsy than a social site like chaturbate - but also, minimal freeloaders.
The thing is, I worked hard on CB to get followers and have a small group of people who regularly tip pretty large amounts. I feel genuinely fond of them. I also really kind of like working at CB - but it doesn't make financial sense when you consider the kind of money I could make on SM.
I don't need to be rich, and I'm training as a psychotherapist which is wonderful but draining, so I'm not going to be working 8-12 hour shifts camming. I'm a 4-6 hour girl. At the moment I'm trying to really put the hours in on SM, but I'm not a career cammer really.
So my question is, what is your advice re splitting my time between 2 sites. I don't want to lose everything I worked for on CB, and I do like being there (I guess it is comfortingly familiar) ...but I don't want to start resenting every shitty 12tk per minute pvt I do, knowing if I were on a different site I could be earning $4 per min for the same shit.
Is it feasible to split my time? If so, how would you recommend? Maybe while I have new model status I need to focus on SM and just risk losing support on CB. I'm nervous about not working enough in SM and screwing myself in their rankings... but if SM didn't work out for some reason and I had to go back to CB, I would HATE to have to start from scratch :/

Advice much appreciated!
 

AudriTwo

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Jul 25, 2014
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I screwed the pooch on my new girl status because I was juggling school and camming. But I was able to work through it. Stick to a schedule. maybe one day you focus one site and the next it's the other. i don'[t think camming for a couple hours when you are still new is the best idea, you should be trying to put in more time.
 
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BambiBluebell

Inactive Cam Model
Sep 3, 2017
23
3
1
UK
Twitter Username
@Bambi_Bluebell
Tumblr Username
vbimbo
Streamate Username
Bambi_Bluebell
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Bambibluebell
I screwed the pooch on my new girl status because I was juggling school and camming. But I was able to work through it. Stick to a schedule. maybe one day you focus one site and the next it's the other. i don'[t think camming for a couple hours when you are still new is the best idea, you should be trying to put in more time.
thanks for getting back to me! I don't only work for a couple hours - my shifts are usually around 5 hours a time, 4 is the shortest I try to do :)
 
Apr 21, 2017
15
9
46
25
USA
Twitter Username
@AliceIndica
MFC Username
AliceIndica
Hi guys
i'm just into my third month camming, and it's been going ok. I missed my "new model" status on CB which meant I was really starting from nothing, but it's worked out alright. I have over 1000 followers from working part time and I've been earning just under what I need to ideally survive, but it's been gradually increasing. Just this last week I started camming on SM through Camsharks agency - they've been immensely helpful and supportive and I'm earning way more per minute, though there are more periods of sitting around doing nothing, which I don't like (should say that I've only done 2 shifts on SM and both were on really quiet days, so i don't have enough data yet really to know how much I'll earn). The structure of the site and the way it works is also way less conducive to creativity and whimsy than a social site like chaturbate - but also, minimal freeloaders.
The thing is, I worked hard on CB to get followers and have a small group of people who regularly tip pretty large amounts. I feel genuinely fond of them. I also really kind of like working at CB - but it doesn't make financial sense when you consider the kind of money I could make on SM.
I don't need to be rich, and I'm training as a psychotherapist which is wonderful but draining, so I'm not going to be working 8-12 hour shifts camming. I'm a 4-6 hour girl. At the moment I'm trying to really put the hours in on SM, but I'm not a career cammer really.
So my question is, what is your advice re splitting my time between 2 sites. I don't want to lose everything I worked for on CB, and I do like being there (I guess it is comfortingly familiar) ...but I don't want to start resenting every shitty 12tk per minute pvt I do, knowing if I were on a different site I could be earning $4 per min for the same shit.
Is it feasible to split my time? If so, how would you recommend? Maybe while I have new model status I need to focus on SM and just risk losing support on CB. I'm nervous about not working enough in SM and screwing myself in their rankings... but if SM didn't work out for some reason and I had to go back to CB, I would HATE to have to start from scratch :/

Advice much appreciated!
you sound like you're doing all you can right now, my best advice is maybe doing sales or special game days or something
im new too but im seeing a lot of models benefiting from schedules
sorry thats all i got :(
PS im an aspiring psychotherapist myself! thanks for joining the field to help :)
 
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