Photos For Phone Sex Operators (Part One)

One thing you’ll need for your PSO profile is at least one visual image.

While it is possible to be profitable in phone sex without a photograph, using instead some other graphic (illustration, logo, etc.), it certainly can make things more difficult. Men, are, after all visual creatures, and when they look for phone sex, photos are part of what they visually scan before deciding to read more details; the female human body is far more recognizable and compelling for those with somewhat impulsive sexual desires. (Women’s bodies are advertising sex whether they want to be or not simply because of the biology of the brain’s wiring.) At platform sites, for example, your listing is presented along with other phone sex listings — each with its own thumbnail (smaller size) photo; no image can literally mean no clicks or calls from that method of searching.

Also, for several of my phone sex characters, selling photographs isn’t only marketing — it accounts for up to 60% of my income. So the decision of what photos to use is no small one. It’s big decision you make early on, usually when you start your online presence, and while uploading images is easy to do, changing your appearance is not.

Callers, especially the devoted ones (both your regulars and those who are habitual users of phone sex), can be more than observant; they can be devotedly obsessive. They’ll notice any change in your appearance, be it a mole on your backside or the lightening of your hair in the summer, so be prepared for outcries when any changes are made — and screams of horror, claims of bait-and-switch, if/when they feel you’ve become someone else.


But does that mean you should you use photographs of yourself?

As a general rule, I say, “No.”

Like using your own name, use of personal photos can be the end to your privacy. Remember, simply being identified affects not only you, but your family, your friends, and future endeavors such as job hunting, etc. The old “Even if I was recognized, he won’t tell because then he’d have to admit he was at such sites” really isn’t the protection you imagine it is.

Along with the just plain old dumb luck of being recognized, there are ways to search for matching images which can lead an overly curious or amorous caller to find you elsewhere. And it’s not only use of your face that’s the problem either. Items in the background of your photos which can assist folks in not only identifying you, but let them find out enough information for identity theft.

I might seem overly protective here, but if you’ve ever been stalked — online or off, had your secrets exposed, your identity stolen, you realize that even the small percentage of possibility isn’t worth the huge problems presented reality. An once of prevention, safety first, and all that.

However, taking your own “self-shot amateur photos” is obviously tempting, especially for those who do not have the money to invest in buying photographs at the start. Because being your own model means greater ease in making money selling your clients photos or photo sets, it can also reap financial rewards. For those who opt to go this route, here are some tips on providing more security for yourself:

* Have the photos taken in places without any means to identify location, or otherwise provide any other vital clues to who you are and where you can be found. This includes making sure there’s no cell phone, laptop or other device with any information on the screen in the fore or background.

* Avoid publishing, sharing, selling photographs which show your entire face or unique identifying marks such as tattoos.

* Any photos used in connection with your phone sex identity should not be posted anywhere else — no matter how gorgeous they turned out.

Remember, safety should be your first priority.

It’s not that men who use phone sex services are any more dangerous than the average Joe (frankly, the average Joe is using some sort of adult entertainment services or product!), but rather a matter of common sense.

The photos you use online for your phone sex operator business will be available to pretty much anyone and everyone — and if we all applied the same “danger of strangers” mentality online as we do off, we’d all be better for it.

 

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