It's difficult to pin down consistent financial data on how much money these women make. There are varying levels of involvement to consider – some women may only use the site once in a while, whereas others make it their full-time job. One such full-time user anonymously shared that she makes between $40,000 and $55,000 a year on MyGirlFund.
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She and her husband met on a different site that she described as being for "pinup nudes, so he kinda knew what he was getting into." She had previously been a body piercer, working out of a tattoo studio for "a number of years." After studying graphic design and "doing a real job for a company," she decided it wasn't for her.
MyGirlFund was "something I was curious about and [my husband] has been nothing but supportive. If I tell him I need to 'work,' he makes sure that he can watch our kids so I can escape for however long is needed to talk to guys on here or make videos and such," she said.
Kandidreams also has her regular visitors. "I certainly have a few [men] I talk to daily but some of them travel a good bit so it's tougher to stay in touch. Some come back randomly throughout the year and pay for certain content and are off again doing who knows what, but others, we have real conversations – 'How was your day?' [or] 'Was so-and-so at work a d-bag again?' etc. Then there are guys that just send you a message to tell you what they would like to get from you and that's that. You never hear from them again. "
Her activity on the site earns real money that improves her family's quality of life. "It certainly helps with bills and such," she said. "I know this past Christmas would have been pretty tight if it weren't for the extra little bit I brought in [on MyGirlFund]."
'We don't need ads or user data.'
"I didn't want to have to worry about accidentally seeing my boyfriend's co-workers," she said. She otherwise engages with the rest of the site's users to chat and sell content.
"I have a couple guys that write me all the time, I have a few guys that ask for custom videos, I chat to well over 15 people regularly. I try to keep up with old friends and make new friends everyday," she said.
The site has a huge advantage when it comes to monetizing as a social network. Stefan, the site's director of business development, said, "No one wants to pay for interaction, so Facebook introduced ads and data sales. But a guy is willing to pay to interact with a girl he likes as long as he gets responses. We don't need ads or user data, so we can leave our network pristine."
The MyGirlFund team maintains that the site is unlike anything else out there. Most adult sites revolve around the sale of specific content, but Stefan and Brian believe that "selling content isn't a good business model." Instead they looked at "what's wrong with the adult world and what's wrong with social networking sites" to build something that revolves around "the relationship that forms between users."
MyGirlFund can net women enough money to constitute a full-time job. It is Lauraleigh's only income right now, and it's enough to support herself and her 6-year-old daughter while living "in one of the more expensive parts of the country." While she wouldn't disclose how much she makes, she said, "Looking at my income history over the years is a classic example of how [putting] time and effort into relationships makes all the difference."
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