Think Niche, Bitch
"I've been making some decent money as a webcam performer but I really want to open my own paysite. The thing is, I'm afraid to put money into this as I don't have big breasts. More than one person has told me that I need to get implants in order to sell subscriptions. Do you think a girl with small tits can have paysite success?"
Whenever I read questions like this, I want to scream, "Think niche!"
A niche site is one with a specific audience. Generally, the market for this site is smaller. But don't let that bother you. If you work it right it is much easier to make a name for yourself, and plenty of money too. It's like being a big fish in a small pond.
Using the example post above, that woman should milk her small tits. Even if she can't physically do that, she can make them her 'bit,' you know?
In fact, the odder/freakier you are, the better your chances. A woman with a set of boobs on her back, or a the ability to fist her second pussy would make money hand-over-fist. You get the idea: With niche sites, you take a 'flaw' and make it your money maker.
Well, simply put, you'll have less competition. How many Big Boobie sites are there? How many gay paysites? Each vying for the consumer's dollars, each trying to compete with each other... Put in those common words & see how many listings you get? But if you put in a specific thrill, the list is less.
Unlike the mainstream society where there is a set standard, adult business can capitalize on anything different. Why do you think amateur sites are so popular? Perhaps the glossy magazine types aren't as exciting as you think... After all, there are plenty of places to see that. And the world isn't made of men & women who all fall for that standard either. Anything different is an instant fetish!
OK, so you don't have a rack on your back, and the second pussy thing isn't a reality either, but you can still find your niche.
Believe Gracie, she has seen lots of 'unusuals' make big bucks. She has worked the phones, when all sorts of requests come in... My point is, don't try to do what everyone else is doing.
Do what you like, what you dig, no matter if others think your audience is too small. (Though, if a very small niche, consider the amount of work and money invested and weigh it against returns; perhaps modifying features, costs etc until you reach a tipping point of income.) You're going to be spending huge amounts of your life working this niche, so you might as well be 'a natural' with your freaky fetish ~ or at least doing something fun and natural to you. So, find your niche.
Later, we'll discuss how to scratch that niche.
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