The world of non-adult webcam modeling might seem strange and inaccessible for those who aren’t a part of it or have been involved with it for too little. Like any other profession, it involves certain terms that are specific to it, that might be hard to understand for outsiders. For example, a newcomer or someone who has no connection with this domain might find it difficult to grasp the concept of “VIP shows”. This is exactly what happened to Lisa Dixon, a cam girl who doesn’t work for too long.
She asked this question on a private forum dedicated to webcam modeling and soon got an edifying answer from a far more experienced non-adult cam girl. Actually, in this profession, compared to others, the unity among employees is greater at all levels, whether we are talking about simple models, trainers, or managers. In fact, this is the only way the industry as a whole can thrive: if everyone pulls in the same direction and they all understand that a model’s success is the studio’s success, and vice versa. As a matter of fact, this is the philosophy of the “giants” in this domain, for example, Studio 20 – www.studio20.live (the biggest & most successful non-adult cam studio in the world, with locations in 5 countries on 3 continents: the United States of America, Columbia, Romania, Hungary, and the Czech Republic).
Without further ado, here’s what Lisa Dixon wrote: “Hi, girls! I’m new to webcam modeling and although the trainers explained what I have to do, I didn’t quite understand. For example, what do you do in VIP shows? From what I figured out, I should just dance, but it’s not working. I’m not very successful and my earnings are a bit small, at least in the beginning. I try to be sensual & kinky at the same time, am I doing something wrong?”.
Soon, answers came pouring in. The most relevant of them was given by Lolla, who could rightly be called an expert in webcam modeling: “The purpose of a VIP show is that practically, at its end, one of the participating members enters privately with you. If you set this mindset, basically, in the VIP show, you have to stimulate them so that they want to see more & more of you. You can think of VIP shows as trailers for private shows. And men love the idea of having something or someone just for them. So don’t forget this when you start a VIP show! And don’t forget to check your messages & requests!”.
Lisa Dixon thanked Lolla for her very satisfying answer & she understood the bottom line: a VIP show is basically a pretext, a gateway to a private show, and that’s where the majority of earnings in non-adult webcam modeling comes from. Exclusivity is very important in this industry because it’s based on the idea that you have access in real-time to something that nobody else has access to. And you have to admit this is very exciting! Good luck having fun & making money!