IMPORTANT UPDATE: Sexier.com has stopped their model recruitment program. All new model sign ups will now be redirected to their partner site, ImLive. Therefore, the model recruitment page links, registration process, and screenshots found in this webcam job review are no longer available. Model commission and site details found below are also outdated as they no longer apply. For up-to-date camming jobs, read my Cam Site Reviews.

It was brought to my attention that I should review the webcam job site Sexier.  (Surprisingly, I was unable to find a review of this webcam job anywhere online.) This review will be based on feedback from current webcam models and my own impression of the site.

If you’ve been camming for a while, you already know that the internet has exploded in recent years with live adult chat sites.  Despite this recent saturation, Sexier manages to shine above most new sites.  It’s user-friendly (for both models and members) and brings an “edge” to the adult chat world.  In other words, Sexier is converting more visitors into paying members.

First Impression

The first thing you’ll notice when you visit the model profile page is the simple, yet effective design.  Current LiveJasmin performers will notice the similarity in layout.  You have your Free Chat, Private Chat, and all the main categories you’d expect in a cam site: Girls, Guys, Gays, Couples, and Transsexuals.

One thing to consider when choosing a cam site is the competition with other models.  When browsing models in free chat rooms, I couldn’t help but notice how quickly they were taken into private.  Sexier doesn’t compare to LiveJasmin in terms of traffic (visitors to the site), no by a long shot, but this can also work in your favor:  Fewer visitors mean fewer online performers and less competition.

The Good

Sexier.com looks promising.   You get 42% commission from all members in private, PLUS 42% commission for each new model referred to the network. You can set your own cost, anywhere from $0.98 to $5.99 per minute, so if you have a fetish or unique niche to show off, now’s your chance to shine!

Before signing up to any new site, I always like to contact customer service to get a better feel of the company.  Sexier has email and phone number contact, which is reassuring knowing I can speak to someone in person.  The response to my inquiries has been great so far.  (Too bad I can’t say the same about Cams.com — their customer service is the worst I’ve come across!)

Another great thing is that there are no chargebacks! No more worrying about members trying to screw you over for all your hard work.  Whatever you make in Private Shows is yours to keep!

The Bad

There is no option to kick out visitors in Free Chat.  Adult chat sites can get quite abusive at times, so you will need to get good at ignoring the jerks.

Another thing I didn’t like was the model registration page gives you very little information.  Don’t you just love it how most cam sites give you as few details as possible until AFTER you sign up?

Registration Process

The registration process is simple and takes less than 30 minutes:

Step 1: Head over to the model registration page (will open new window) and click on “BECOME A MODEL!”



Step 2: Enter a username, password, and email address.



Step 3: Check your email and click on the link to verify your email address to continue the model registration process.

Step 4: Complete each of the remaining 5 steps.  After completing each step, you will be brought back to the same page where you can check the status of each step.



Step 5: Start earning 42% commission!

Conclusion

Despite a 42% commission and high conversion rate, most webcam models I talked to haven’t even heard of this site!  It might be a bit early to tell, but I predict Sexier.com could soon become the “new LiveJasmin.” I suggest you sign up now and get ahead of the competition.

Already camming for Sexier.com?  Want to earn some easy cash by sharing your experience with my readers?  Contact me and let’s talk!

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