How to start a webcam sex business

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While the tech world holds its annual shark-jumping contest at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, Maitresse Madeline, San Francisco-based domme and porn director, has auctioned off a private hour-long webcam show to an Australian viewer for an astounding ,000.

The highest amount ever paid for a one-hour live adult show focuses a spotlight on porn's most profitable long-tail business model, a burgeoning sector where female entrepreneurs call the shots, leverage social media like PR industry pros -- and rake in the cash.

A cam session requires interaction; a performer can't be boring, dopey, or wasted - the cam star needs to able to connect, and to sell.

Much in the way that "talkies" (moving pictures with sound) displaced actors with unpleasant voices and personal delivery, cams are steadily retiring obnoxious, checked-out, and irresponsible porn stars.

By the end of the auction, four separate bidders were competing in the tens of thousands of dollars -- the kind of customer Ms. Stabile told ZDNet that the ,000 payment had cleared on Thursday.

When they go online, they send out tweets and emails to their fans; regulars and big spenders might get text messages as well.

Big spenders are also listed as the cam model's "favorites."Many models also have Amazon-like "wishlists" where fans can go and buy them things, whether it be a breast enlargement or a washing machine.

Bartlett recalls finding one wishlist which included books of left-wing social criticism and a Black & Decker Dust Buster.

And they've learned to steel themselves against mob mentality and trolls. "Not just on your personal game, but in knowing how to talk to everybody, how to deal with the haters." Popular models on large cam sites are estimated to be able to bring in ,000 in a month; high-end BDSM domination sessions typically top out at 0 an hour. Kink's business model around cams puts control squarely in the performer's hands, and performers are considered contractor-entrepreneurs who also control their own marketing, limits and boundaries, and more.

Kink's website provides the stage and the access to a large customer base, but the performers are responsible for bringing in the money. Madeline says she plans to put the K toward the purchase of a San Francisco space to "ethically offer the internet services that femdom fans want and where femdom consumers will know they are getting top quality service and product.

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