How To Choose A Phone Sex Job

Before you even begin your phone sex career, you should give some thought to your options. There are a few basic types of phone sex service companies, although the combination possibilities of types of dispatch, call connections, etc. provide nearly endless variations.

A good staring place for beginning to narrow down your options is to think about where you’d like to perform phone sex: at home or on-site.

If you’ve decided to work at a location, most all other decisions have been made for you and, in general, you’ll have the following:

* Automatic privacy protections
* Client billing and verification handled
* No trolling to perform
* The camaraderie of your peers
* Some training given to you
* Somewhat restricted calls (your training will include details on what’s prohibited and what code words and phrases to use)
* A very firm schedule of workshifts
* A wide variety of calls

Most on location companies will give you a name and, if they have a website presence, provide you with photographs, bio, etc. Quite often you are replacing a former PSO, given a personality or character that’s in high demand, or simply become just another girl in the phone bank who takes on whatever roles and personas callers wish, i.e. Girl 6.

However, if you’ve decided to work from home there are a lot more options. You can still work for a company (in which case much of the above still may apply), or you can be an independent PSO.

Because the trade-off for the additional freedom and control you have as a work-from-home phone sex operator is a greater number of decisions to make, work to perform, supplies to provide, etc. the rest of this blog will primarily be devoted to those PSOs who work from home.

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