Romanian Webcam Modeling Studios

A viewer friend of mine recently asked me what I thought about the idea of him going to Romania for a few months to setup a webcam modeling studio in Bucharest. He said he had become convinced that doing so could make him a millionaire because of all the money he’s seen Romanian camgirls make on MFC. He said that he found out that studios there usually take about 40% of each model’s earnings on the site, so he figured that after overhead, he would be making huge money so long as he could recruit hot cam models.

A Romanian webcam modeling studio?

It’s true that Romania is like the chief contributor of camgirls to the camming industry right now, even more than Colombia or Russia. I don’t even know why, but webcam modeling is an established part of the culture in that country. If you’re a pretty girl, chances are you’re going to work as a cam model at one point or another in your life. That’s fine with me, the more the merrier. But I honestly have my reservations about foreigners going into Romania thinking they can just startup a webcam studio and be successful.

Basically, you’ve got to admit that you have no idea how to start a business, much less an adult business in any foreign country. Romania has rules and regulations that would affect such a business, so you have to learn them and make sure you’re in compliance. The other thing is, how are you going to be recruiting new models? From what I understand, webcam modeling studios have a really high turnover rate, which means that your cam girls will be leaving you on a constant basis and you will need to constantly be recruiting new ones to stay afloat.

This viewer seemed to be quite enthusiastic about this idea, and he even offered to cut me in if I helped train his models. I expressed my gratitude at the offer, but politely declined. I honestly don’t believe that this could succeed, but if it does, I will gladly admit I’m wrong. It’s just that I know too much about how this business operates. LOL.

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