Even Hobbies Cost Money, Honey

Via Gracie’s Phone Sex Scoop, I found this little article in which a woman says she’s called phone sex operators in order to increase her abilities to perform phone sex with her boyfriend:

I called a couple of phone sex agencies myself. They were not even surprised to hear a woman’s voice on the other end of the phone. I guess women do call in quite often to enjoy the company of another female on the phone. And, I do have to admit, I enjoyed myself very much!

Three erotic phone calls later and I was armed with quite an experience. Each operator was quite different in her delivery as well as the way that she coaxed information out of me. I will have to admit that I had a favorite out of the three ladies, and I was more than willing to use some of her tricks and techniques. So, as I was armed with a notebook and pen along with a healthy sexual appetite, I proceeded to jot down everything that I wanted to use in order to help me with my erotic phone call to my boyfriend.

I mention this for two reasons. One, even if this article is “fantasy”, calling a professional PSO can be a great way gain insights into this business. (Don’t copy or try to create a script for calls, but you sure can take notes on what you think was excellent, etc.) Yes, it costs something — but that brings me to point number two: You can’t expect to succeed in any business without investing something. 

Becoming a PSO has a low barrier of entry; there are little, if any, costs to starting up thanks to platform sites. But that means you do have lots of competition. So how are you going to stand out? How are you going to succeed?

No matter how excellent your (natural or learned) skills at providing phone sex itself are, you need to get callers to dazzle into drizzling — which means you need to know how to get them to call you in the first place. That, and honing your craft, requires an investment. That means time, yes, and money too.

Yes, this is partially in response to the daily number of emails I get (even when I am silent) from people who want me to help them for free, but it isn’t a snow sales job either; it’s just a fact. You don’t have to pay for my services (frankly, there’s only one of me to go around anyway); you don’t have to pay for anyone else’s services either. If you’re savvy enough, you can glean a lot here and in other publications for free. But there are things you’ll need to financially invest in, such as a website or blog, photos or photography services, graphics, and advertising. Whatever the industry, there is some “money out” movement to grow, if not start, your business.

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