Chaturbate Payout: How to Get Paid on CB

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Chaturbate is not *just* a top cam site, but it is also the leader in offering the most flexible payment options AND the most variety of payout options of any camsite. If there is one that offers more, please let me know in the comments!

So… let’s say you want to get paid on a camsite FAST. You sign up, earn some tokens, and then comes the big disappointment that you have to reach $100 (or much more) to be able to cash out.

Chaturbate’s  minimum payout is just $50 (which you can easily make in a day) and you will be able to cash it out in as quickly as just a few days. Payment periods are twice a month (1st-15th) and (16th-31st) and payments are processed within a few days.

Chaturbate Payout Method Options

The currently available payout methods for Chaturbate models and Chaturbate affiliates are:

    • Check Sent By Mail (No Processing Fee)
    • Payment by ePayService (0.6% Processor Fee, or $0.06 on every $10.00)
    • Payment by Direct Deposit (No Processing Fee, USA Only)
    • Check Sent By Fed Ex ($40.00 Processing Fee in the US, $80.00 International)
    • Payment by Wire ($45.00 Processing Fee)
    • Payment by Paxum ($0.50 Processing Fee)
    • Payment by COSMO Pay ($1.00 Processing Fee)
    • Payment by Bitcoin (0.0004 BTC Network Fee)
    • Payment by Skrill (1.25% Processor Fee, $25 max)

As you can see, it is also one of the few cam sites that pays you in bitcoin!

  • If you’re just starting out on CB, make sure to read my Chaturbate Beginners Guide!
  • And if you’re not a model, and want to make money without camming, definitely take a look at my CB Affiliate Guide, which is the way you can make passive income through Chaturbate.

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Camgirl Q&A Series: Episode 2

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Camgirl Q&A: Episode 2: NadiaLayne

 
Welcome to the Camgirl Q&A Series where we take an inside look into the world of camming from the people who know it best – the girls themselves! It’s always fun to see the different perspectives and experiences that come with camming, since each journey is so individual. If you have any question suggestions, share them in the comments below!
 
Welcome, NadiaLayne! ♥
 
Q: What is your preferred cam site/subscription site? Where can one find you?
A: The best place to find me is http://nadialayneyoga.com or https://twitter.com/nadialayne_ Those are the most up to date.

Q: How long have you been camming?
A: 6+ years! I was part-time for a long time. I made a difficult decision to leave my full time career to teach yoga/aerobics and do SW. But I became a full-time SW in 2020 (for obvious reasons).

Q: What has surprised you the MOST about camming?
A: How much I enjoy chatting with people. I have made some great connections over the years and have a vested interest in their lives. Also, it surprised me how much guys are obsessed with dicks. Why are dudes so obsessed with dicks??? Guys, women do not care as much about dicks as you think they do.

Q: How open are you about your camming with others?
A: Very little. I wouldn’t say I have that many friends to begin with, but a few of my friends know. But they don’t really know all that’s involved. It’s a bit more challenging to answer questions about what I do around family when I don’t have other jobs as a cover. It’s just so hard to tell people unfortunately.

Q: Is there anything that helped you become more comfortable camming?
A: Wow, tough to say. Positive feedback from fans helps for sure. Having other models to talk to is great as well. I suffer from impostor syndrome, so I’ve been forcing myself to repeat affirmations before I get online to pump myself up. (Yes! You can do it!)

Q: What item under $50 is a camming “game changer”?
A: Lighting is the obvious answer here. A stand with a ring-light is a great for making phone videos. Also, a realistic looking dildo can be nice to have. The ones with the suction and balls are quite versatile. Another option would be back-up drives or cloud storage. I use pcloud, and it’s really helpful to have because I can access it on several devices.

Q: Are you saving up for anything special right now?
A: Nothing in particular at the moment. Another phone with a quality camera is on my wishlist.

Q: How different is your “cam persona” to the real you?
A: It’s pretty similar. But the things that people say to you while camming is completely different than what they would say in person, so it’s not a direct comparison. You can’t really walk up to women and tell them they have a nice ass in real life, but this is acceptable behavior online. So my cam persona is not terribly different from my real personality, just nicer, lol.

Q: What has been your most memorable camming moment?
A: A moment that stands out to me is when I wasn’t sure about getting a lovense lush, but I made back the money I spent and then some the first time I used it. (Absolutely! Lush 3 is a must for any camgirl!) And, while that was a great day, the best overall memory is the connections I’ve had going back several years with fans/friends. We even have a fantasy football league.

Q: What advice would you give to someone wanting to start camming?
A:

  • Know the rules of the site you are working on. And follow them. Don’t risk losing future income for one boner.
  • Additionally, there is so much work that models do offline that is unseen. The amount of money you make is often relative to the amount of time you have to spend on those things.
  • Overall, it’s a fun and flexible career unlike any other. BUT it’s not for everyone.

 

Thank you so much for sharing your answers, NadiaLayne! Make sure to visit her on http://nadialayneyoga.com or https://twitter.com/nadialayne_! 🙂
 

Camgirl Q&A Series

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Camgirl Q&A: Episode 1: DreamL0ver

 
Welcome to the Camgirl Q&A Series where we take an inside look into the world of camming from the people who know it best – the girls themselves! It’s always fun to see the different perspectives and experiences that come with camming, since each journey is so individual. If you have any question suggestions, share them in the comments below!
 
Welcome, DreamL0ver! Find all of her social & cam links here.

 

Q: What is your preferred cam site/subscription site?

A: Chaturbate has been my preferred website for camming. They provide a huge amount of traffic and it’s a great place to start if you don’t have a large following, because you don’t have to worry about bringing your own traffic with you.

Q: How long have you been camming?

A: I’ve been camming for 3 years in December.

Q: What has surprised you the MOST about camming?

A: What surprised me the most about camming is the love and acceptance within the community. The sex-worker community is so open, accepting, caring and loving. Everyone kind of looks out for each other, even if you don’t really know each other!

Q: How open are you about your camming with others?

A: I’m so lucky that I can very open with my friends and family that I cam full time for a living. Most of them have been very accepting and are curious about it, but not in like a nosey kind way, in a general caring kind of way. I have yet to have anyone in my personal life judge me negatively for choosing to do this.

Q: Is there anything that helped you become more comfortable camming?

A: Being in my own bedroom is what kept me in my comfort zone when I first started camming and remembering that I could shut down at any time if I felt uncomfortable. Being able to ban people helps too. I played my favorite music that I quickly started dancing to to keep myself busy during the slower times, and one of my roommates is my moderator, so I know I’m always in good hands.

Q: What item under $50 is a camming “game changer”?

A: LED Light Bars!! You don’t need fancy photography lighting! I bought two cheap 5000k daylight led light strips from a hardware store and they light up my room perfectly. They have served me well from 720hd all the way to 4K!

Q: Are you saving up for anything special right now?

A: I’m not currently saving for anything special thanks to the pandemic, however I always make sure to save as much as I can because you never know when traffic slows down or when you want to take time away for a little vacation. (So very true! Saving is so important when you have income that can be unstable – See my post on how to manage your money as a camgirl).

Q: How different is your “cam persona” to the real you?

A: My cam persona vs the real me are only slightly different. My personality generally remains the same, however I do filter or re-word things I would normally put very bluntly when somebody starts getting on my nerves — in my room we say “This isn’t Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, we don’t sugar coat shit here!” — so let’s just say my “customer service voice” has to kick in once in a while haha.

Q: What has been your most memorable camming moment?

A: My most memorable moment camming so far had to be my birthday for 2020. The turn out was wild and we did some pretty wicked things that night!

Q: What advice would you give to someone wanting to start camming?

A: My best advice when first starting is:

  • SAVE as much money as you can, esp. if you don’t have a second source of income. If you don’t have something to fall back on, the slow times can financially make or break you.
  • Don’t expect to get rich quick, but keep at it and enjoy what you do and eventually the viewers will come to you.
  • Be yourself, they will fall in love with who you are. Then you’ll have it made!
  • Also, start simple — you don’t need to go broke with your very first set of equipment (i.e camera and computer), anything running 720 will be more than enough for you to start out with. Give it a year or so, if you’re still sticking it out and climbing the ranks, then consider starting to re-invest your money back into new equipment. (Very wise! I agree with that as well. Don’t get too overwhelmed buying the “best” equipment right off the bat – start small. Check out my post on starting camming on a limited budget).

Thank you so much for sharing your answers, DreamL0ver! Make sure to visit her on Twitter and on CB! ♥

Best Passive Income Sources for Camgirls: How to Maximize your Camming Earnings!

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income (Income resulting from cash flow received on a regular basis requiring minimal to no effort to maintain it) is something that many dream of. By contrast, “active” income takes consistent work, so live camming earnings is one example of active income. Being self-employed and making your own hours does afford you a lot of freedom to spend that time however you wish, so it’s best to spend it on things that will make you money long after the job is done. Clip-making/selling photos and videos and creating blogs require some upfront investment (your time), but then they can make you money indefinitely, literally in your sleep! If you want to expand your income opportunities and not have to rely 100% on your camming earnings, read on!


Top 3 Passive Income Ideas for Camgirls

 

Selling Your Photos and Videos

Arguably the BEST way to make passive income as a camgirl is to shoot videos and photos to later resell them on sites like ManyVids. You can also sell the same videos on Chaturbate or MFC for tokens or even create your personal site to make them available to even more people. The best thing is that you don’t need much equipment to get started. A webcam or a simple camcorder will work for videos and you can buy a basic DSLR camera to shoot professional-looking photos. Check out my post on how to get started making videos!

 

Posting Pics and Videos on OnlyFans

While it’s not completely passive, OnlyFans is a great platform to very easily make money with your sexy (or sensual!) pics and videos and do so without the hassle of trying to get members to pay and renew their subscription on time – that is done for you on OF. It also allows members to send you tips, and THAT’s where the passive component comes in. It’s great waking up to a tip or two. 😉 Read my OnlyFans Beginners Tutorial here.

 

Camming Affiliate Programs

Last, but definitely not least, is making commissions from camming affiliates. It’s an underrated way to make great money, but if you do it right, it will create *absolutely* passive, long-term income without you having to lift a finger. You can so this by creating a camming-related blog (Read my post about it here) OR promoting your affiliate program of choice online on platforms like Twitter, Instagram or Reddit. Get creative! Make sure you’re following their terms and conditions before you begin, however, since you can be banned for posting adult-related content.

  • The first thing to do is to sign up to the various camming programs that you want to promote as a Webmaster/Affiliate.

The best-performing programs are those that pay you via “Revenue Sharing”, which means that they pay you a commission % of the revenue that you bring in through your link. Chaturbate and MFC have the highest RevShare commissions (20%!) and are the easiest to get started on, in my opinion. Click on the links to sign up:

Chaturbate Affiliate Program – BEST in the industry

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MFC Affiliate Program via CrakRevenue

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Check out my full list of Top Camsite Affiliate Programs here. Good luck on getting started making money in your sleep!

How do you know when it’s time to quit camming?

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We’ve all had our bad days on cam (and weeks, and even months), but how do you know when to throw in the towel? When things are not going well on cam money-wise, do you try harder or do you quit?

I think that you have two options when things are not going well and you become disheartened, frustrated, and upset.

Option 1: Change Something!

You either try CHANGE UP your approach to camming, sign up to another cam site, or subscription site, or do another major change such as those.

The fact is, if you’ve been doing the same thing and it hasn’t been working, it’s unlikely it will. (Unless you get lucky, and a high tipper notices you and showers you in tokens). You have to look at what you’ve been doing on cam and see if there are areas that are majorly lacking. A simple fix may be in order, such as updating your equipment (webcam, laptop, lights – more important to looking good on cam than you’d think!), as well as your cam room. If you’ve got all the right tools, but still can’t seem to make money on cam, it might be that the site you’re on is not suited best for your needs. If you’re shy and prefer to be a non-mode cammodel (a “tease” model), then a site like Chaturbate might not work for you, because there is an emphasis on pretty sexual private and public shows.

You might benefit from a site like Myfreecams OR a subscription site like OnlyFans where you’re not required to be overly sexual. In fact, many camgirls have moved to OnlyFans, AVN Stars, etc, because of the flexibility these sites offer, and the fact that you don’t need to come up with complicated show ideas and spend hours of your time on cam. It’s worth trying them out if you feel burnt out on cam and are not getting enough interaction from tippers. A lot of girls make on OF much more money than the ever did as camgirls!

However, if you actually enjoy the live interaction of camming, it might be that you need to look into other cam sites. See my list of best ones here. Try to assess what may be going on with your approach to camming. Maybe you’re not being quite yourself and the viewers are picking up on that, or maybe you need to create a character or persona that you will be on cam, and that is what will make it fun for you.

Viewers can see when you’re genuinely enjoying yourself and when you’re not, and that you’re just going through the motions. If you’re unhappy, feeling negative, or frustrated, you might lash out at people and drive them away even more. Members tend to come to cam sites for entertainment and lightheartedness, a place to get away from their problems and the daily grind. If it seems like you cannot do it, and being on cam is a drag leaving you more and more dissatisfied and frustrated, maybe it’s time to look into Option 2.

Option 2: Quit Camming

So, you tried your hand at camming and you’ve tried OnlyFans or a similar fanclub platform, and things have not gone well. You are not alone. Most camgirls will quit within the first month of camming, so if you’ve stuck it out for more than a month – good job! You gave it a fair try, and it may be that adult industry is not for you, and that you prefer to interact person-to-person, or want to use one of your other skills and talents. Remember, even if you “make it” as a camgirl, the career in the adult industry is quite short-lived, so you’ll either need to save most of your earnings, or look for a way to branch out and leave for another opportunity. (See my post on it here).

There is no shame in quitting, and it’s better to quit than to continue sticking it out and hurting yourself in the process. You might start feeling isolated and depressed and use drugs/alcohol to deal with the painful experiences on cam. Don’t exploit yourself just so you can get some “easy money”, because this money is definitely not easy and can really crush your self-esteem and self-confidence. It’s better to find a lower-paying, but a stable “vanilla” job that you can count on, versus a high risk-high reward one that might never pan out.

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Whatever you decide to do, make sure you’re not hurting yourself in the process and that you’re being as true to yourself as possible. Good luck!