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Producing content is one of the most exciting and fun parts of MyGirlFund because it allows the ladies here to show off their bodies, creativity, and talent to the gentlemen. While it is fun, however, pricing the content created for MyGirlFund is quite difficult. Many of the ladies have run into the issue of not knowing what to charge for their work. Some wonder if they are pricing too high, or too low, or struggle to even begin to know where to start with prices. The problem lies in not knowing what to base the pricing on.

In this article, models will learn how to price their content based on a variety of factors.

First, it is important to note what you can charge for on MyGirlFund. Besides the obvious paid message, the models of MyGirlFund can charge for a variety of content, including:

  • Videos
  • Photos
  • Audio clips
  • Erotic (and even non-erotic) stories
  • Live Chatting
  • Web camming
  • … and more!

When pricing content, it is important to think about the following things:

The amount of time put into the creation, editing, and uploading of the content.

How long did it take you to prepare to create the content? How long did it take you to create it? How long did it take you to edit it? How long did it take you to upload it? Factor all of the time spent on your content in your pricing. Time adds up quickly and you want to make sure you’re being compensated for it! Ask yourself this: what is your time worth?

The cost of the props, costumes, and other items used in the creation of the content.

Props and Costumes can cost a bunch of dough. Make sure you price your content to come out ahead!

Props and Costumes can cost a bunch of dough. Make sure you price your content to come out ahead!

What did you have to purchase to create your content? A special outfit? Special props? Like time, the cost of creating content can add up quickly! Make sure you’re pricing your content appropriately so that you’re not losing money.

What is being shown in the content.

Is your content clothed or nude? Is it solo or with a partner? Is it sexual or non-sexual? Value your body even more than you value your time. When pricing content, think to yourself, “how much do I want to charge a person to see this particular part or side of me?”

How long or big the content is.

Not only should you think about the time that went into prepping for the video, creating, editing, and uploading it, you should also think about how long the content is. Longer videos should cost more than shorter videos, and bigger photo sets should cost more than smaller ones. Longer Live Chat sessions should cost more than shorter ones, and so on.

Your audience.

Is your content wanted by most men, or is it a select market that will be interested? While basic content, such as a strip video, may be wanted by most of the men in the community, something more fetish-oriented will have a smaller audience. The smaller the audience, the higher the price should be to ensure you are still covering your time and cost of creation.

To price content, ask yourself what you feel you deserve to make per hour. This will likely vary from content to content, depending on what you’re doing. For sexually oriented content, you may feel like you deserve more money for your time, and for non-sexual content, you may feel like you should make a little less.

Then, think about the things listed above. Add together all of the time it took to create the content and the cost of creating the content. Also, think about how many men may be purchasing the content.

Here’s somewhat of a somewhat of a formula you can follow to price your content:

Estimated number of guys who might buy / price desired per hour x number of hours put into creating content + cost to create content.

Remember, each model is different.  Pricing is going vary from model to model and there is no strict formula to tell us what we should or shouldn’t be charging for our content. Be sure to think about the things talked about in this article and do not sell yourself short.