How to Find Performers for Your Video Chat Business

Sep 04, 2017

If you’re caught in the midst of whether to make the big call or just letting the opportunity pass you by, I’m glad that you decided to stop by, because I’m going to try to make this decision easier for you.

I’m guessing you’re already well informed about all the practicalities involved with starting your online business with ModenaCam, how much it will cost you, how much money you can extract out of it etc etc. But this is the real deal.

The performers are/will be the backbone of your business.

They are the productised service you are going to be selling to your customers.

Your customers won’t pay just because of the name of your business or the front-end outlook of your website.

It’s pay-per-view which means they will only be paying if the ‘view’ offered on your website is worth it.

Primarily that implies that your performers have to either be really talented or they should just know how to put on a good show in front of the camera.

This article is about how to locate those performers, wherever they may be, and persuade them to appear on your website and inevitably work for you.



Just like any other business moving towards expansion, you’re going to have to put yourself out there and let the world of performers know that you’re hiring.

For that, it is preferred that you post an advertisement first.

This advertisement can be in the form of a banner ad just like the ones you see popping up on the sides of any website you visit or if you’re really willing to go big you can use google Adwords; it might cost you a bit, but it’ll give you an edge over your competitors.

The best websites for posting advertisements are  or

In order to receive maximum submissions make your advertisement stand out.

Show them how much money they can make or any other additional features you’ll be offering them and remember to leave a contact number or reference.

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Head Hunting

This technique requires you to be diligent enough and possess the powers of a savvy detective, because you’re going to have to stake out the right performers.

Obviously, you want the best performers to be working for you.

Those that can actually pull in a crowd of people.

That, involves you doing your homework.

Surfing different websites that fall under the category of the industry you want to enter.

Looking for talented performers whom you can predict will give your business the cutting edge.

Trust me, looking for the right talent isn’t as easy as it looks but it is in no way impossible.

Once you’ve pin-pointed the performers you want, it’s time to make the pitch.

Search for their contact details for example an email id or preferably a phone number.

Before you pursue these potential performers you need to be wary of the market trends; what the average income of a performer is, and what performers are actually looking for.

Once you’ve grasped all the knowledge, use it and mould it into a job offer that they simply can not refuse.

However, if all of this is too much work for you and you’re looking for the easy way out you can try to partner up with other websites like these:

In some cases, it might cost you but it’s a small price to pay for talent. 



Even though it might be annoying to some but spamming is a good way to get your message across to a wider audience.

Use different forums that relate to what kind of business you’re doing and post your ads on each and every forum you see.

Do it ten, twenty or even thirty times and it will get you more submissions.

Other than that you can ask around in your social network or use your group of friends to spread the word about your business and the job you’re offering. 

These are just a few ways to get your business up and running.

But if you work on these guidelines effectively, sooner rather than later you’ll have a huge number of performers to choose from.

Remember, you’re offering them money so once they approach you, you’re the one in the driver’s seat.

 Good luck! 

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