Camgirl Snapchat Marketing

You almost can’t be a cam girl, these days, without having a Snapchat strategy. Even if it’s only a basic public account that’s free to all viewers, it’s really a fundamental part of camming right now. Snapchat has gotten ridiculously popular among cam models and fans alike, so I’m going to cover the basics of marketing your products and services on what has become one of the top social media platforms in the webcam modeling world. I’ll also show you how to use SnapCentro to make selling access to premium accounts easy as pie.

Snapchat Marketing for Cam GirlsAside from Twitter,  Snapchat is a camgirl’s best friend, when it comes to communicating with fans. It allows you to constantly tease your audience, promote your videos, and get more people into your chatroom when you’re broadcasting. You can also use it to sell subscriptions to “VIP” or “premium” Snapchat accounts, which can bring in a TON of extra money. In fact, lots of cam girls are currently making thousands and thousands of dollars per month selling private Snapchat access.

One important thing you should know about using Snapchat as a cam girl or adult model of any kind is that there is no nudity allowed on the platform. This is kind of odd, since Snapchat first became popular as a sexting app, and it continues to be used mostly for naughty purposes. Despite this, though, showing any naked bits can get an account banned and, unfortunately, cam model accounts are frequently pulled. This is just a fact of life that those of us who use Snapchat for adult marketing have to get used to. It’s definitely NOT a reason to neglect the platform, though, because you can still make a serious amount of money with it, if you know what you’re doing.

First thing you have to do is create a public Snapchat account. This will be your free account that you will use to get people interested in you and your content. You should only do non-nude snaps on your public account, but you CAN and should use the account to send fans to your chatroom when you’re on cam. You can do this by using the add text feature on your snaps and show them the url of your chatroom, or your model username on your cam site.

Your public Snapchat can also be used to promote your videos and other content. Be sure to tease a lot and try to give viewers a sense of what they’ll get if they buy your stuff. Tease is really powerful on Snapchat, so you should learn to employ it the right way. You don’t want to show any naughty body parts, but you do want to create sexual interest. I usually just wear really tight clothes like tube tops, yoga pants, and sometimes bikinis. If you’re a bit creative, you can really come up with some great ways to arouse your viewers while still staying within the terms of the app.

Camming with Social Media like SnapchatYou should promote your public Snapchat account anywhere and everywhere. If you have a Twitter, put the username in your bio area on your timeline profile. Tweet about it regularly. Cam girl fans absolutely LOVE free Snapchats, so you’ll have no problem getting a decent number of followers in a short amount of time. You should also promote your public account when you’re camming, especially when you cam at Chaturbate, which tends to have great traffic. Before you know it, you’ll have quite a few people following your every snap.

Once you’ve got your public account built up a bit, you should then create a new Snapchat account to serve as your premium account. Some cam girls call this a “VIP” Snapchat. This is the account you will charge fans to access, and it should contain all the naughty content you want.  Premium Snapchat sales are a huge part of the typical cam girl’s income, these days, because people really like getting adult content delivered straight to their phones on a regular basis. Once you have the account setup, you should use a subscription management service like SnapCentro to make it all much easier. Without that, you’d have to take subscription payments manually through an e-wallet service (like Paypal, Google Wallet, Paxum, etc), or by getting tipped. SnapCentro takes a small fee in exchange for their services, but it’s VERY worth it, trust me.

So, with both accounts setup, all you have to do is promote your premium Snapchat heavily with your public one. You can use your Twitter for that too. If your premium Snap ever goes down for content violations, just create a new one and update your SnapCentro account with it. When you combine promoting premium access with the other ways you can monetize your public Snapchat, it’s easy to see how pursuing Snapchat marketing seriously can be extremely beneficial for just about any camgirl.

This post has already gotten pretty long, and I’m realizing that I haven’t even dealt with Snapchat takeovers and how they can help build up your public account quickly, so I guess I’ll have to do a “part 2” soon. Stay tuned for that!

XOXOXO – Aria 

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