How To Start Making Money As A Phone Sex Operator

I’m already seeing an increase in traffic here at Phone Sex Secrets in response to the brief discussion on ABC’s The View which mentioned the segments appearing Monday morning on other ABC news shows. Along with that, there’s been an increase in emails from moms and others who are interested in finding the “best” phone sex companies to work for. I began writing responses, but, after so much repetition and the probable increase after Monday’s shows, I decided it would take less time and be more effective if I just made a post. A post that wraps-up or outlines some of the information currently here.

As much as I’d love to help everyone, it’s neither fair to you, nor to me, to say that I can help everyone in blog posts. Everyone one of you reading here has different needs, concerns, experiences, skills, talents, schedules, resources, and priorities making it near-impossible to effectively address them all without speaking to you individually which includes being compensated for my time and experience. However, I do know and respect the places many of you are starting from (which includes not only the emotional and intellectual questioning about whether or not phone sex work is right for you, but the realities that you may not have the funds to pay for any help in getting started), so I try to offer free help by blogging here at Phone Sex Secrets.  Just keep in mind, this is general information. *smile*

Primarily, I offer help for independent phone sex operators, from those using free, start immediately, platform sites like My Phone Site, to those investing in their own phone sex companies. Independent PSOs are independent contractors or self-employed people, primarily women, who work from home.

If you are looking for employee benefits, you’ll need to work as an employee for a phone sex company. I’ve never been an “employee” for a phone sex company and so don’t feel comfortable recommending any, but I do suggest that you contact the folks at Rat Race Rebellion for help. Please note that not all of the companies listed will provide you with true employee status and/or benefits, but it is a start. (Rat Race Rebellion co-founder Christine Durst is the one who originally contacted me about the TV segments back in November. She sends people here to Phone Sex Secrets, so please let her know Phone Sex Secrets sent you.)

While you can become a PSO with as little as an open mind, enthusiasm, a telephone connection, and a company or platform service, there are other things to consider.
To begin, get paper and pencil and start with some lists:

* Assess your current skills, strengths, resources and tools — as well as what you can easily learn or readily get. This includes your mental or moral response to this sort of work, living arrangements, family/social support as well as the more obvious things; without these things settled, this isn’t the work for you.

* Make a list of your needs or reasons for entering phone sex work. “Money” is not specific enough. Do you need it now? Do you need it with health or other benefits? Can you afford to invest any money in this new career now? How about later — when you’re making money, will you reinvest it to build your business?

* Make note of your highest priorities. It makes no sense to meet three of five of your needs when the two missed are those of most importance.

There are no “right” or “wrong” answers — other than being honest!

Compare what you have and what you need to what the company, or business opportunity, offers and requires.  Then you can best see which options really are best for you. Start with the highest priorities and make simple decision trees. For example, if you need to receive health benefits along with earning money, you’ll need to be an employee.

Obviously, it gets more complicated as you consider all the pros and cons of the options, compare realities to your individual situation, etc..  This is why I offer individualized personal consultation services which take into account your immediate needs, strengths and weaknesses, specific goals, etc. (And, ethically speaking, payment also ensures that I’m not discussing inappropriate things with minors.)

In any case, you can use the information here to decide if becoming a phone sex operator is right for you, to start your new career, and help you grow your business. All for free.

2 thoughts on “How To Start Making Money As A Phone Sex Operator

  1. Cristina Dominguez

    Good evening,

    I found out PSS casually and never thought how useful it might be. I would like to work as an Independent PSO, but I do not live in the US (actually I live in Southamerica). Are there any sites which allow people from outside the US or Canada, to offer that service getting paid for it in a safe way?

    I really appreciate any help or assistance you may have to my questions.

    Thanks in advance for your eply,

    Cristina.

    Reply

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