All webcam models will experience abusive visitors in free chat from time to time.  The initial impulse is to block them from your chat room, but I’m going to suggest a different formula.

Abusive visitors are immature adults who are small children at heart.  They want ATTENTION, and a lot of it, but the only kind they know how to get it is NEGATIVE attention.  With a bit of creative thinking, these ill-mannered visitors can easily be controlled.

For example, the next time some jerk comes into your chat room with an abusive comment, acknowledge him in a positive way, and then ask him a personal question:

  • Visitor: “SHOW ME YOUR TITS BITCH!”
  • You: “Hi (customer). Wow!  I like your confidence :)   Where are you from?”

This will throw him off big time, and 9 times out of 10, you’ll get a response like: ”I’m from New York.  Why??”

It’s always easier to CONTROL abusive visitors then to fight them:

  • Visitor: “YOU LOOK LIKE A HOOKER!”
  • You: “Yes, I’m a naughty girl looking for a good time   I don’t remember seeing you here before.  What’s your name?”

It’s not always easy to stay positive on webcam, especially when you’ve been having a bad day on webcam (read The Webcam Model’s Winning Attitude post), but keep in mind that you are providing a SERVICE to your customers.  Top earning webcam performers know how to use their customer service SKILLS to convert abusive visitors into paying members (read Think Like a Porn Star, 4 Mistakes LiveJasmin Performers Make in Free Chat, and Give a Great Private Show.) It might take a bit of work, but that one special member will make it all worthwhile. (In camming terms, these high spenders are known as “whales” — the type of customer who loves dishing out all his hard earned money on his favorite webcam models.)

Another thing to keep in mind is that many of your potential paying members are right there sitting quietly in the background (read my Impressing Non-Chatters post). They may not be chatting at all, and you might not even be aware that they’re in your room. How you respond to abusive comments can persuade these silent-types into paying you for a private show.

Remember, a webcam performer is just that: a PERFORMER. Learn to appear happy and in control of YOUR room at all times.

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