Have you ever tried to do something new? How was it? Did you know how to do it from the get-go or did you fail, got up, and tried again? The former is a scenario most of the models in the camming world face because they don’t prepare in advance for this important day, they might be alone and don’t have any pointers or have some old ass information that’s been outdated since 2010. This is not your case, this will never be you. And you know why? Because you have me. Today we’ll discuss how to prepare yourself for your first day online. Your big debut, you might say.

We’re going to assume that you already chose the platform you’re going to be on and that you know what freemium or premium websites are, what are the differences between them, and what are the advantages and disadvantages for both. Good, now we can start.

First thing first, learn how to handle your remote and your keyboard. This might be something that seems easy, but at first, it isn’t, you can trust me on that. You being the center of attention when you’re on camera is the most important thing.

Along with that, also making it seem natural, without a sudden loss of focus, or moving it left to right too much so you make the members dizzy is also very important. Try your remote, learn how to handle it and how to move it with you when you’re moving inside your room so it feels natural for your members.

Second thing, prepare your room. Yes, as real estate agents stage and prepare a house they want to sell, you also have to “stage” your room in order to feel welcoming, intriguing, and something that members would like to experience. We’ve talked about it before and we can’t stress this enough, because this is an important factor that can make or break the success you have on your first day. You already have the freshest face on the block, so why not have the coolest room as well? Pay attention to what you put inside your room, and especially to what is in the frame of the camera. You wouldn’t want members asking questions about something you don’t want to talk about, do you?

After you’re done with staging your room, why not “stage” yourself? I’m talking about choosing your outfit and doing your make-up. This is something that you don’t want to overlook at all. Look at your competition, see what they wear and how they wear it, and find your style and what looks good on you based on that.

You have to make sure that your outfit is flawless in order to become a favorite for your members, and well, even make some regulars on the first day. You never know who can stumble upon your room as you are new to the site, and maybe you’ll catch the attention of a big spender. So focus, do your research, and plan ahead.

Last but not least, find a trainer. A good one. You don’t know how much of an advantage is to have a trainer in this field. If you don’t know one, don’t be discouraged, you can find one at camming studios, and they can help you with all of the above. It’s easier when you have someone behind you that motivates you and helps you when you have questions about anything related to this field.