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One of the most common questions asked of both webcam models and webcam modeling companies is just how much money someone can earn performing on a webcam. Unfortunately, there really is no single definitive answer.

In reality, the amount of income any person earns performing as a webcam model is dependent on many different factors. The age and sex of the performer, the number of hours worked each week, the rates charged, and many other things will all combine to determine the final number.

Even though we can’t say you will make “X” amount of dollars for every hour you are online, we can give you some rough guidelines that should give you an idea of what you would probably earn and what is possible if you really work everything well.

Female Performers Earn More Money

The average viewer interested in adult entertainment is a straight male. This means that the models who are most in demand are female. Although male performers can earn a respectable income (as high as $150 per hour), female performers tend to earn significantly more money than their male counterparts.

Age Makes Some Difference

Female models between the ages of 18 and 39 tend to have the highest average earnings. Within that group, women at the lowest and highest ends of the age range have a slightly higher income than those in the middle. Ages 18-21 fit into the “teen” niche and enjoy quite a bit of popularity among members. On the other end, models age 35-40 fit into another popular niche, commonly referred to as “MILF”. This doesn't always hold true though. On average 4-5 of the top earners are 32-35. Its more about hustle then anything.

Repeat Fans Build Consistent Earnings

For most webcam models, the income they earn will increase as they get more experience and develop a following of loyal, repeat fans. This doesn’t mean that you won’t earn much when you are starting out, but you should definitely keep in mind that earning potential generally increases with time. Whatever you are making at the beginning should increase steadily as you gain experience.

Work More, Earn More

Working as a webcam model is the kind of job where you can set your own hours and work as often, or as little, as you want to. Obviously, the amount of time that you are actually online and working is going to directly affect your earning potential. Someone who is online 30 hours a week is going to grow their fan base and their income much faster than someone who is only devoting 1 to 3 hours out of the week.

Averages

Now that you have an idea of some of the factors that can affect your overall income, let’s take a look at some real numbers and see what a webcam model’s potential earnings really are.

Below are some income averages for both male and female models in different age groups. In most cases, your income would probably be somewhere in the middle of the listed ranges, above the minimum, but also below the maximum.

Females Age 18-22

0-10 hours per week: $800 – $2,100 per month

11-20 hours per week: $2,000 – $6,700 per month

21-30 hours per week: $3,000 – $8,700 per month

31-40 hours per week: $3,400 – $11,000 per month

40+ hours per week: $5,000 – $25,000 per month

Females Age 23-29

0-10 hours per week: $1,000 – $2,600 per month

11-20 hours per week: $3,000 – $8,000 per month

21-30 hours per week: $4,600 – $11,500 per month

31-40 hours per week: $4,800 – $15,000 per month

40+ hours per week: $5,200 – $18,000 per month

Females Age 30-39

0-10 hours per week: $600 – $2,000 per month

11-20 hours per week: $1,500 – $7,500 per month

21-30 hours per week: $2,000 – $10,000 per month

31-40 hours per week: $2,500 – $13,000 per month

40+ hours per week: $3,000 – $23,000 per month

Females Age 40-49

0-10 hours per week: $300 – $2,300 per month

11-20 hours per week: $500 – $5,000 per month

21-30 hours per week: $700 – $5,900 per month

31-40 hours per week: $800 – $6,500 per month

40+ hours per week: $1,000 – $12,000 per month

Males Age 18-22

0-10 hours per week: $300 – $1,500 per month

11-20 hours per week: $450 – $1,800 per month

21-30 hours per week: $500 – $3,500 per month

31-40 hours per week: $550 – $4,000 per month

40+ hours per week: $650 – $4,350 per month

Males Age 23-29

0-10 hours per week: $400 – $1,800 per month

11-20 hours per week: $500 – $2,100 per month

21-30 hours per week: $600 – $5,100 per month

31-40 hours per week: $700 – $5,300 per month

40+ hours per week: $750 – $5,600 per month

Males Age 30-39

0-10 hours per week: $200 – $1,600 per month

11-20 hours per week: $300 – $4,000 per month

21-30 hours per week: $350 – $4,500 per month

31-40 hours per week: $400 – $5,000 per month

40+ hours per week: $500 – $5,500 per month

Males Age 40-49

0-10 hours per week: $100 – $500 per month

11-20 hours per week: $150 – $650 per month

21-30 hours per week: $200 – $750 per month

31-40 hours per week: $250 – $1,000 per month

40+ hours per week: $300 – $1,100 per month

Possibilities For Additional Income

In addition to the potential income from the time you put in on the webcam, there are other opportunities to earn additional income.

Referrals – We offer a 10% referral program. This means you would share in the profit when a model earns money. Check out details here.

Wish Lists - Although it’s not cash income, many webcam models get something extra by maintaining wish lists on Amazon or other similar sites and letting their fans know they can purchase gifts if they would like to do so.