Webcam big payout attracts female journalist during the pandemic

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic early last year, many people have searched for different ways to make more money, especially with businesses being forced to close down due to government-issued lockdown measures.

The internet was a haven for most people during this period as the pandemic led to a heightened level of boredom, stress and anxiety. Organizations began going digital to remain in connection with their customers and many websites recorded all-time high traffic during the lockdown—particularly adult websites.

The adult entertainment industry boomed during the peak of the COVID-19 crisis and one subgenre that presented a lot of earning potentials was webcam modelling. Physical distancing meant more people were craving intimacy than ever before and the feeling of watching a model perform live is more exciting than traditional prerecorded porn.

Thousands of girls are now leveraging on camming platforms to offer various private or public shows to their audience and are earning a lot of money in the process. Due to lockdown measures, these webcam models are promoting their services on their social media accounts and even work in pairs with either their boyfriends, husbands or lesbian partners.

Taking a closer look into the world of webcam and how it works, one female journalist created a profile on BongaCams, a leading adult webcam site. In just an hour, her profile was already created and approved, and she was ready to go live with her audience.

Ranked the 36th most visited site in the world according to Alexa rating, BongaCams has no special requirement for models to join the platform and start earning, except for the need to be 18 years or older as required by law. The journalist made an exclusive broadcast wearing simple swimwear while communicating with her subscribers on strictly popular topics—all without going nude.

In just a few hours of working everyday on BongaCams, the journalist made about $1,920 in only a few days. This result was quite surprising to say the least, especially since she wasn’t performing any live sexual acts.

Due to her relative success with webcamming, the journalist proceeded to engage several other webcam models on the site, particularly a lady and a certain couple who had been actively working on BongaCams for a while already. According to them, with just a strong internet connection and a camera-enabled device, they could easily earn decent money by just interacting with users online from the comfort of their homes. In fact, they didn’t have to look model-like, act sexually or perform any special tricks.

After working for just a few days on BongaCams, the journalist was able to witness first-hand just how lucrative being a webcam model can be, especially since the platforms create the right conditions for models to earn as much as possible.

Another adult webcam model from Washington in the U.S., Emma, while speaking in a report, reveals how becoming a webcam model on BongaCams has significantly boosted her earnings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“If someone told me six months ago how sharply my life would change, I wouldn't believe it!” she said in an Instagram post where she revealed earning a $28,296.03 paycheque in just one month of being a webcam model.

For many girls who are looking for an alternative source of income during the pandemic, camming platforms might just be what they need, especially now where many people are spending more time online than ever before.


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