How To Become A Phone Sex Operator

When pursuing a career as a cam model, one important opportunity of which to consider availing yourself is generating additional income as a phone sex operator (or PSO, for short). This is related sex work that requires many of the same skills as camming, yet in most important ways, it is easier and more convenient for you.

How to be a phone sex operator (PSO)

Webcam modeling is a serious commitment, so much so that we’ve discussed the importance of setting aside specific hours in which to do the work, and keeping to that schedule each day. Leading up to the start of your “shift”, you’ll need to take additional time to prepare, such as by applying makeup, choosing an outfit (and making sure your skin is up to the task of having no outfit), and ensuring your performance area is presentable.

None of this is important when it comes to being a phone sex operator, as you can sit around in your kitchen next to a pile of dirty dishes while wearing your pajamas, if you so desire. This means you really can work whenever you want; just pick a moment of downtime when you don’t have anything productive to do, go online, and take a few calls. You won’t get that level of flexibility from camming. Moreover, both jobs require you to be engaging and entertaining, so there is a great deal of overlap in what it takes to be good.

 

Being A PSO Means Sexy Talk and Fetishes

Obviously, however, there are a number of important differences, and you’ll need to keep these in mind. When it comes to camming, you can fall back on a lot more than just how you talk, like your appearance and the kind of show you’re putting on. By contrast, the most essential component of learning how to be a phone sex operator is developing the right voice. Unlike work as a cam girl, it’s pretty much all you’ve got, so it has to be good; you’ll need to practice your “sexy voice”.

Cam girl moonlighting as PSO

It’s also important to be open-minded when doing PSO work, because you’ll be getting calls from guys with just about every imaginable fetish. Some of the more popular ones include feet, female domination (of men), and humiliation. If you’re not into these yourself, you need to learn to act not only like you’re okay with them, but that they turn you on. You may also be asked to read sexy stories, which may or may not have been written by your callers themselves.

In other words, sooner or later you’ll be put in the position of being expected to participate in a fantasy you don’t enjoy. You should neither take this lightly, nor let it send you into a spiral of fright and paranoia. Protect yourself, and that means emotionally. Get comfortable with doing as much as you can be comfortable doing, detach to the degree you need to do so, and in the end, if for whatever reason some particular fetish proves especially distasteful or upsetting for you, be polite but firm in refusing to go there. Ultimately, you’re doing nothing but talking on the phone, and the conversation can end any time you say it does.

 

Getting Started as A Phone Sex Operator

The mechanics of how to become a phone sex operator are pretty simple, and all you really need are a smartphone and a verifiable date of birth that occurred at least eighteen years ago. As with camming, there is no traditional hiring process to worry about; all you have to do is sign up with a phone sex network. The largest of these is NiteFlirt.com, but there are many, many others. From there, it’s all very similar to being a camgirl: you choose when to go “Online”, and when you do, the network will automatically route calls to your phone. This process is entirely third-party; at no time will customers call you directly, nor will they be given your phone number. If you don’t pick up, the network will tell them you’re unavailable. They will not hear your voicemail greeting.

Callers pay a per-minute charge to talk to you, and of course, the network will take a cut of these earnings. Their share can be as low as 20% or as high as 60%, depending on which one you use (NiteFlirt allows PSO’s to keep 70% of revenues on live calls). Some networks also allow texting (or sexting, in the form of pictures and videos) in addition to, or instead of, phone calls. You’ll make less money if you don’t take actual calls, but it’s a trade-off for being able to earn money virtually anywhere. You can’t very well take a phone sex call sitting in the waiting room of your dentist’s office, but no one is going to peak over your shoulder to see what you’re texting someone. And if they do – for God’s sake, switch dentists until you find one that doesn’t tolerate that kind of behavior.

 

Camming Should Come First

Finally, never forget that you must manage your expectations when working as a PSO. Being a phone sex operator is a side hustle. Sure, you’ll make money, and if you’re effective at it, you might even make decent money. But you’re simply never going to command the same kind of revenue doing this as you could being a successful cam girl. The benefit of working phone sex is supreme flexibility; you can do it virtually wherever and whenever you want. From the moment you wake up to the minute you go to bed, there is almost no time in your entire day that must be unproductive if you don’t want it to be. But that just means it’s better to earn some money than it is to earn no money. Be smart: prioritize your camming. It’s just nice to get a little something extra on the side.

If you’re not yet a cam model, definitely read my article about it here and earn how to do it right!

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