Hart, who works in adult entertainment, does participate in raunchy private camera sessions with her clients.
The company pays Life Streamers $200 a month, covers their internet bill, and gives them one to three web cams to broadcast their day.
You can also earn extra "tips" or encourage others to go to your private room for extra cash, Hart notes — though how you want to motivate people is up to you.
The company is also exploring adding virtual reality cameras, and hopes to roll out the content format in a few months.
Cam Soda got the idea to allow non-porn livestreams after it noticed many of its customers on its voyeur cams were interested in watching the actresses and actors be everyday people.
The interest in watching life livestreams has gone up since Facebook and Twitter added the ability to broadcast on their platform, according to Hart.
Hart tried livestreaming her daily routine on Periscope, but was turned off when people kept asking her to flash her breasts.It also heard from customers who were open to being on camera, but didn't want to be porn stars."If you go to Central Park, guaranteed people-watching is one of the top three activities," Press said.Turns out my Global Escorts Directory is quite successful, with about 90,000 unique visitors per month.I now realize this site is just too much work for me; I would like to sell the domain name and the site.Besides snoozing, you can see her folding clothes or playing with her cats.