Oversaturation and bad cam settings are a very big indicator that the model is not experienced or not providing high-quality entertainment.It is worth it to preview your cam settings and make them look as close to reality as possible (however, you don't need to spend 15 minutes a day fiddling with cam settings. ) While that may sound very mean and biased towards models who cannot afford good equipment, the sad reality is that members associate a clear and appealing picture with an experienced and talented model.Members also like video feeds that are easy to watch.
Members may not know exactly what they're looking for, but they know what they don't like.It takes me around 3 to 5 seconds to figure out if I will enjoy watching a certain model. Talking - members enjoy listening to you speak or sing.Even if audio is off, a talking model is more interesting than a mute model.They want to feel welcomed, not like they are intruding on your territory.Women who have upset or emotionless faces are not nearly as welcoming as women who smile.
Focus - It is very clear when a model's focus is not on public chat.
When it is looks like the model is more interested in having private conversations with her favorite members, or that she would rather spend time browsing other websites, members may feel like they won't get any attention at all, so they're likely to leave.
(If no one is talking back at you, have a conversation with yourself.
Many members may just think you are talking with someone through PMs.) Movement - camming is a visual medium. But even if you're just down or relaxing, that doesn't mean you have to be still.
Proximity - Many of the most successful or popular models across various sites often stay very close to the camera, filling up 75% or more of the frame.
Many members go to cam sites to enjoy the company of beautiful women.