Once your room is nearly full and customers are begging to see you naked, asking you to do certain sexually explicit things, asking questions about you, and so on, then you know you're on the right track.
Make them want you bad enough to be willing to get you away from all of the chaos of the free chat. The more you tease, the more you ignore requests to "show off your body" or "lift your shirt," the more likely customers are to want to see more.
You are not required to be nude, although that must be disclosed to your clients prior to your video session.
Of course, those willing to bare it all in private chat typically get paid more than those who do not.
Most of the time, these are the customers that spend the most money.
Oh, and in case you didn't know, nudity is only allowed in private chat, although a couple of flashes here and there are accepted in order to coerce customers to "buy your time." How do webcam models get customers to buy private shows? Once you make it past those two weeks, you'll no longer be a "new face" and regulars will start to get to know you. If you're really good at what you do, you may even become a favorite of some of the paying clients.
You may use me as your referral, if you'd like, and I will help you along the way, answering any questions you may have and help you gain exposure. Where most models tend to fail is in the area of "acting." You are not simply a pretty face and a beautiful body. Sometimes, as an actress, you must step outside of your comfort zone in terms of how you're "acting," and be a completely different person—and convincingly so. What most adult webcam modeling companies don't tell you upfront is that you don't make money by simply chatting it up with customers. Private chat is a one-on-one session (although in some cases, such as Premium Chat, more than one person can be in a "private chat") that the customers purchase.