Camgirl Social Media Tips

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Social media is a powerful marketing tool for camgirls and best of all it’s 100% free. Social media allows adult models to build up a following to market to and easily reach thousands of people through tagging and social search. Social media accounts are easy to setup and models can get online in a matter of minutes. As easy as social media is, there are some ways to greatly enhance the marketing through social channels. Here are some social media marketing tips for camgirls and adult performers.

 

General Camgirl Social Media Tips

Always use stage name as username – It’s always a good idea to use your camgirl stage name as your username on any social media account you signup for. This is important for a couple reasons. First, if someone knows you from your camming network or other adult site, they’ll easily recognize your username if they see you on a social media site. This makes it easier for your fans to start following you. Also, if someone who’s not a fan or customer finds you on a social media site, hopefully they’ll remember the name and possibly even Google it, finding your camming network or chatroom.

Use relevant hashtags – Most social media sites allow you to tag posts with hashtags. These hashtags are used to search and find content relating to the topic or hashtag. Some hashtags to consider might be; #Camming, #Camgirl #Sexy #[ENTER-YOUR-CAMMING-NETWORK] and so on. Get creative and see what some of the other girls are doing. Test out the different hashtags and see which ones are most effective for you.

Find your biggest fans / tippers – If your big fans and tippers aren’t already following you on the various social networks, take some time and see if you can’t find them and follow them first. This reinforces that you care about them and strengthens the connection. It’s also another channel for telling your big tippers whenever you’re online.

Post images and video – People love multimedia, especially in the adult niche. Sexy photos and videos will typically perform much better than text posts. It’s also a chance to show off your body and let people know what kind of shows you’re doing. Get creative with your content and switch it up to keep things interesting. If you’re selling adult photos or videos, whenever you upload new content, post a preview of it linking to the locations where the content can be purchased.

Post frequently – I’d highly recommend posting to your social media accounts daily. This will keep your content fresh in your followers feeds and increase your exposure to the rest of the world. If your camming, definitely announce everytime you’re going on cam and be sure to include a sexy pic with the message. If you’re not going on that day, at the very least post a selfie or two to keep the feed active and add more content to your social networks.

Watermark images and videos – It’s highly recommended that camgirls watermark their images. This is important because content often gets scraped from social media accounts and posted around the internet. If the images are watermarked, the scraped and reposted images work as marketing tools for you. If they’re not watermarked, it doesn’t benefit you at all and you’ll spend a lot of time trying to clean up content by filing DMCA complaints.

Use affiliate links – There’s a good chance your camming network has an affiliate program. Affiliate marketing allows models to make some extra money by referring new traffic to the network. When someone signs up to the network under your affiliate link, you’ll earn a commission with that network, even if they don’t cam with you or purchase your content. Affiliate marketing is a great way to make an extra residual income off your posts, while still driving traffic to your network.

Automate as much as possible – It’s possible to automate many aspects of social media marketing. If you’ve got WordPress for your camming model website, social media can easily be automated through NextScripts or Jetpack plugins. For automating many random tasks and to connect various different social media networks to each other, check out IFTTT. IFTTT is a free platform for putting the internet on autopilot and syncs with many networks, some which you might not have even heard of. Definitely worth registering and checking out. Also, many adult networks have the ability to sync with sites such as Twitter and automatically post when you go online or upload new content for purchase.

Use good avatars and artwork – You want to make your avatar and channel artwork as sexy as possible. Make sure it’s shot with an HD cam and make sure it looks good. Take some extra time doing your hair and makeup. Make sure you’re wearing something sexy and show off your body. Good avatars will make your accounts more clickable and will help you stand out in user search or when browsing hashtags.

1-on-1 communication – Don’t ignore any incoming messages from fans, networks and other adult performers. Social media is social. The fan that’s messaging might be your next big tipper, so you don’t want to ignore him. Also, many forms of communication show up in other people’s feeds as well, increasing your exposure to the rest of the world.

 

Social Networks For Camgirls To Market On

Twitter – Twitter is a great social network that every camgirl should be a part of. Twitter makes it real easy to build a following and through hashtags and retweets, you can reach many people quickly, including new customers. Twitter can be automated using many different tools, including syncing to many different camming networks and other adult sites.

Tumblr – An incredibly viral and adult-friendly microblogging platform. Tumblr has a huge “NSFW” (Not Safe For Work) community and with reblogs your content will go viral. Tumblr is best used for photoblogging and allows you to place clickthrough links on any images you upload. You can use the clickthrough links to send traffic to your website or chatroom. Tumblr also allows full HTML in the blog description, so make sure to link to your website and all the adult networks you are a part of.

Instagram – Instagram doesn’t allow any nudity, so keep it a little conservative. That doesn’t mean you can’t upload sexy selfies and let your following know where to find you. Link to your website to drive traffic and post to Instagram regularly.

Vine – Vine is a platform for uploading short videos and is a great tool for camgirls. Vine isn’t 100% adult friendly and even if your content is marked sensitive, you could get banned for nudity. It’s advised to keep it somewhat conservative (no nudity) so that you appear on the network and don’t get censored. That doesn’t mean you can’t show off your sexy body in lingerie and announce your shows. Vine doesn’t allow links, but you can still place your username and camming network in the vine description, along with relevant hashtags.

DailyMotion – The second largest video sharing site (right behind YouTube) and much more adult friendly. DailyMotion allows for nudity and adult content as long as it’s not porn. Twerk it, show off with some sexy stripteases and be sure to put links to your website and camming network in the description as links.

Google+ – A little more liberal about adult content than Facebook about sharing adult content, but not 100% adult friendly. Be conservative about what you post, but definitely be on the platform. Use it to link to new website content, assuming it’s not too risque. Even if you’re not linking to your chatroom, you can still announce when you’re going online and post with your username. Be sure to hashtag the post with you camming network.

Adult networks – Everything from Sex.com to Pornhub. There’s methods of marketing on all these channels. If it’s a tube site, you can even make some additional revenue from rev-share on all videos that you upload. That’s marketing plus monetization. Even the different adult marketplace sites have a social element to them and can help you market your other services.

 

  • Joe Sinclar

    thanks for the article. Question. Don’t most of the Cam Affiliate network ban you for promoting through social media ? or is there ways around it. Type-In Traffic ?
    thanks

    • Just the other day, someone tried telling me that Streamate doesn’t accept social media traffic. Was news to me. A lot of affiliate programs don’t support chat traffic; Skype, AIM, ect. That’s because of those punkass ewhoring blackhat bastards. I hate ewhores, if you can’t tell.

      Hell, you should check out RoboScripts. There’s people that have even put Twitter affiliate marketing on autopilot: http://webcamstartup.com/roboscripts-adult-camming-affiliate-twitter-autoposter/

    • Sorry for the delayed response, last few months have been crazy. Some do, some don’t. Straight from CrakRevenue, Tumblr and Reddit don’t perform at all, so sending that traffic to PPL will get you banned real quick.

      The work around would be to send the traffic from social media to a website instead of directly to the affiliate offers.