Summary This is an overview of how we’re going to structure the business plan. If you stick strictly to this, you will not make as much money as if you evolve the plan and implement your own methods. Here it goes. 1) Create a webcams.com affiliate account 2) Create a webcams.com “studio” account 3) Create a “White Label” based on their affiliate program 4) Promote your “Studio”, “White Label”, and Affiliate sites Here’s what you will need, at a bare minimum Domain x 2 – 10.16 * 2 = 10.32 Hosting -- $10/mo Initiative – Priceless (Sorry, I head to). Total upstart costs: $30.32. Before moving on into the grit of this method, it’s important that you understand what we are doing. We are creating a “Studio”, to collect a commission off of performers that we find. This portion remains at about half of my income to this day. The second part is where we promote our white label. A white label is a copy of their site, but with your branding. They think they are browsing YourDomain.com, when in reality they’re still on Webcams.com. In the process we are simultaneously promoting both, and generating a quality, sustainable stream of income. [FONT="] [/FONT] Establishing Primary Site This is the easy part. Buy your 2 domains, set up WordPress, pick a theme and start plastering up amateur looking content. People who are interested in the webcam industry want to see AMATEUR, homemade content. Don’t let on that you’re a “professional”. When picking your domains, pick something like “Angel Girl Studios” for the white label site and “KimsXXXBlog” for the WordPress site. You might want to pick a performer to promote before picking your domain. Go ahead and follow webcams.com’s instructions on how to set up your white label site, add the host records and configure your white label. You’ll probably want to do revenue sharing, since it’s the most profitable in the long run. Set up your Wordpress Blog on the other domain and hosting account. When setting up your WordPress site, I suggest the following plugins: · FLV Embed · YARPP · Top 10 Notice that I don’t really give a shit about SEO. The chance of ranking for these keywords is very, very low. We’ll rely heavily on traffic exchanges and tube sites. Start plucking through webcams.com massive promotional materials database, and pick a performer with a lot of content that you can post on your site, look at her material, and look at everything they provide about her. At this point you will need to write up about 30-35 blog entries, and each one containing a link to your WHITE LABEL SITE. After you write up your blog entries, schedule them to be published at a rate of 1 per week, or one every 6-9 days. Make sure each post has some content from the site, even if it’s just pictures, a simulated chat iFrame, whatever. Be creative here, but make them feel like they know the performer. To promote this site, you can: · Watermark videos and put them up on the popular adult tube sites. Check out this thread for a list of sites: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...tes-submit-watermarked-videos.html#post418542 · Join your favorite “adult” forums (you probably already have a membership), and link content. Link the forum posts, put it in your signature, whatever. · Submit the site to adult directories (check the BST threads for adult sites) · Buy credits from traffic exchanges (This can be a very profitable method if you negotiate prices, but not good if you have no startup costs) Also check out this thread for more information regarding purchasing adult traffic: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...338-hey-guys-there-adult-sites-advertise.html That’s all I’m going to give away here. Push for your blog site to get a volume of traffic, and send it all to your white label domain. Promoting your Studio Account This is the portion where I make the most money. I’m not going to go into too much detail about how to do it, but I will give you key concepts for getting female performers. To begin with, when you approach women from the sites list below, you will want to make sure you explain to them everything as a matter of fact. The industry standard commission to skim from a camwhore is about 40%. I get away with 60% on all of my performers, simply because webcams.com allows performers to be on more than one site at a time. Always exercise caution when approaching these models. Be thorough in your talks and ensure that they understand what they’re getting into. Make them confident about wanting to work for you. Ideas on where you can approach women to join your studio: The first 3 are laser targeted and give you experienced workers in the field. The last one hits a very specific niche. When approaching anybody in person, if they say No, that means no, and move on. An unhappy worker is a bitch that doesn’t make you any money! J Always wear professional clothing and hand out business cards with your site on them if you can. I was kind of scatter brained at the time of writing this, and was going to publish it as an E-Book. Instead, I decided it to share with those of you here at BHW! If you have any questions, feel free to ask openly in this thread (please don't PM me questions, others may have the same question).