If you don't want to show your face or otherwise disclose your identify, there are tons of creative ways around it.It takes time to build up a fan base with webcam work, so don't get discouraged if it seems like you're not busy at first.There are a lot of sites out there, so do something to set yourself apart.
The more you tease and draw out the performance aspect of your work, the more worked up your customers get (and the more money you make).
Be aware that because you are on the internet, you may be subject to laws in other countries. Take advantage of them, or create your own new ones. Appeal to that really kinky fetish your viewer didn't even know he had. Personalize your online character, so your fans will keep tuning in to see what you’re up to. If you are a live Internet sex worker who engages with your customers in a chat room or cam2cam (the client is also on a web cam so you can see each other); be aware, some of your viewers will try to get freebies from you.
For instance, one performer worked with a webcam company that required that there was no self-fisting allowed because the clients were all American and fisting was illegal to do on webcam in that country. If you're artsy, get creative with lighting and angles. You can use this to your advantage, but use it sparingly so you’re not giving it all away for free. In a chat room, don't spend too much time chatting. If they can see your bare feet for free, they have no reason to buy a show.
There are many different ways someone can work on the Internet.
You can use an external pay site, where the business takes care of all the advertising, promotion, and bookings.
You just book on for certain hours and get a paycheque.
You can work at a video site where you tape the performance then send it to the web company; or shoot the videos with the company and they upload them to the site.
You can get your own webcam and website, and/or set up a chat site (interactive).
Or you could set a camera up in your room all day and night (or certain hours) for subscribers to check in anytime while you just do what you normally do (voyeuristic).
Be warned that anything you put out there will potentially be in cyberspace FOREVER.
So be careful, decide on your own boundaries, and stick to them.