How to Start Working at Home Dispatch Phone Sex Company
For some women, working at home is the only option. Finding home work that doesn't require outside sales, home parties or otherwise getting out in public, is few and far between. Finding home work that pays a good salary is even rarer. Many turn to phone sex companies for a good salary and something that doesn't require anything from them than a vivid imagination.
1£®Know what you are getting into. Dispatch companies handle all the advertising, the setting up of your phone number and routing of the calls to you. A dispatcher will work out the payment and will find out what the caller is into before you get on the phone. This is typically the lowest paying of the phone sex positions. You will get anywhere from 7 cents a minute of talk time to 70 cents a minute of talk time, depending on experience and the company you go with.
2£®Know about taboos. Taboos are things like children, animals, necrophilia, and extreme torture. Some companies will allow you to talk about these things if its their clients wishes, others will not allow you to discuss it under any circumstances. If you can't or won't talk about those things, make sure you sign with a dispatch company that is a "taboo company". This will mean they won't allow it. A "no taboo Company" is one that will allow anything to be discussed.
3£®Do your homework on the companies. Good places to ask questions and find out about companies before you sign up with them are PSODivas and Phone Sex at EZBoards. Find out all you can before you sign up with a company. Make sure that you understand the differences between a dispatch company and direct-dial, combo, affiliate or trolling company.
4£®Keep a journal or any type of records on your clients. That way, when you have repeat customers, you will know what you discussed last time.
5£®Dispatch companies will tell you how to "log in" with the company and begin working. Then you can "log out" when you want to stop taking calls. Some companies will pay by the hour (which I don't recommend) and for those you will have to keep the phone to your ear the entire time. Make sure you understand what your company requires as far as minimum log-in time. Some have it at 10 hours a week (just logging in, not talk time); others as much as 40 or more hours. Know the company.
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