Making the Most of Your Content, Both Old and New

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george MH
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Making the Most of Your Content, Both Old and New

Post by george MH » February 11th, 2020, 12:12 pm

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As a self-employed individual, everything depends on you.

Existing Content

• Reupload your old content to new platforms. Upload them to a subscription platform such as MV Crush or OnlyFans, or post them on your premium Snapchat story on a day you can’t do a live show.
• Put old content on sale before retiring it. When refreshing your offerings, consider holding a sale with a set end date before you officially delete your old clips. Creating a sense of urgency pushes customers to act fast and boosts your conversion.
• Offer old content as a free add-on with new purchases.
• Create new teasers and stills from old clips to promote yourself on social media.

New Content

Step 1: Planning
Look at your past video sales and analyze how different types of content have been received. Trying out new types of content is a great way to keep yourself from getting bored.
preparing a rough scenario or idea before you grab your camera can help you stay on track. Write down in a few keywords or sentences to pin down what you want to film.
Step 2: Shooting
Regardless of whether you are shooting photos, videos or doing a live cam show, lighting is more important than camera quality.
many customers still like to see that you put effort into your content. Take some time to learn about lighting and composition, and figure out the settings of your camera.
Step 3: Editing
Learning some basic color grading and video editing skills can do a lot to make your footage look more exciting.
Watermark your content! Piracy is rampant in this industry, you will still get publicity from your content even when it is posted elsewhere.
Step 4: Publishing & Marketing
I would recommend uploading your clips across as many platforms as possible, even if you only market one of them to your fans. Internal traffic will still bring you occasional sales from other sites
Encourage your fans to follow you on clip sites, build a mailing list, make a Discord server or Telegram channel, and find other ways to stay in touch with your fan base
Consistency is key. Regular social media posts remind your followers that you exist and keep you on their minds,and they are more likely to actually spend money. Plus, if fans see that you update your platforms frequently, buying a subscription will suddenly seem a lot more tempting.



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cimage
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Post by cimage » February 11th, 2020, 12:28 pm

Good advice for all, nice going George.



DeSexGuide
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Post by DeSexGuide » February 11th, 2020, 8:12 pm

"Consistency is key" - best 3 words of advice for anybody looking to make money



calista
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Post by calista » February 12th, 2020, 11:17 am

Hi George do you produce or sell content?



RTF_Eddy
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Post by RTF_Eddy » February 13th, 2020, 3:22 pm

Hey George who's the model in your post?



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Post by bill » February 13th, 2020, 4:36 pm

RTF_Eddy wrote:
February 13th, 2020, 3:22 pm
Hey George who's the model in your post?
you can do a google image search for her




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GlennfromLA
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Post by GlennfromLA » February 15th, 2020, 9:17 am

Content is king not the design nor domain name



STICK
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Post by STICK » February 16th, 2020, 6:10 pm

I have noticed that tubes re-shuffle the videos and put them back on the 1st page quite a lot these days.



TightAss
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Post by TightAss » February 18th, 2020, 2:21 pm

where do you buy ass photos to build a site?



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Post by deviantz » February 19th, 2020, 9:22 am

The first thing I look for when joining a sponsor is their sites, what content they are showing the potential membership buyer. If the content is hot I am going to sign up and promote that site. It is not the payout percentage or banners or tools I am interested in.



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