Let’s talk about virtual shows and how to avoid being a complete butthead. The goal whilst attending a live performance is to show appreciation to your favorite performers and support their online personas. If your etiquette is on par, not only will the model perform certain tasks just for you, she will smile when you come into the room and be glad to have you there.
Online entertainers, such as webcam models and adult internet creators, may offer live shows that allow you to interact with them as they perform for a group or individual in real time.
Sometimes there is an entrance fee and sometimes the page subscription alone serves that purpose.
Now think about your last visitation to a gentlemen’s club. You paid a door fee to enter the establishment. Did you buy a drink while there? How about tipping the talent on stage or buying a private dance? Hopefully, you did not hand a few bucks to the doorman and sit creepily in the shadows of a dark corner somewhere.
Virtual shows are much the same. If you are granted entrance by a cover charge, be sure to tip if you have a special request. If not, sit quietly and enjoy what is being offered. If the performer went out of their way to put on a great show, a few bucks thrown their way as a “thank you” will make them feel valued and increase their desire to keep performing.
Do not ask for free sessions after the show simply because you didn't “complete the task” in the allotted time. Most performers will gladly spend extra time with valued customers that pay for their time.
You can tip on most cam sites by hitting the tip or $ icon, keep in mind that most cam sites take 40-60 percent from the talent. On the paid model hosting platforms, you may tip either on posts or through DMs. Tipping through these sites will help the performer bump their placement and rank but these sites take 20%. Direct payment apps are preferred, as they give the talent 100% of the tip. Check Linktrees, Bios, or simply ask the talent for their preferred payment method.
Remember to blow your wad during these spectacular shows, definitely meant as a double entendre..