The New Era of Copywriting for Professional Entertainers


A successful hostess has mastered a skill set that combines a deep understanding of entertainment, psychology, different cultures and social behaviors. As such, she has honed a skill set enabling her to cater to clients that can afford the luxury of her company. A professional content writer crafts a story that gracefully and seductively paints her character as an attainable experience just an email away. An intimate saga revealed throughout the pages of her website suggests the total experience of an irresistible, must-have darling in the minds of would-be clients.


The approach of sensual website content should mirror individual style and personality. The method of writing is warm, sensual, thoughtful, inviting, refined yet simplistic and easy to read. Each and every piece of content is fresh, colorful, descriptive and resounds with that ‘special something’ beheld by each and every lady.


When a professional model requests her content to be optimized for search engines, the copy will seamlessly incorporate appropriate keywords and phrases. Even as new keywords and phrases replace old ones, her website will earn higher rankings in the search engines. As the unpredictable landscape of the entertainment industry continues to change, content that is refreshed or rewritten periodically (say every six months to a year) should be part of any business strategy.


Behold the almighty introduction and biography pages. Undoubtedly, these are the most popular content pages sought after by independent models. Gifts and services pages are equally important and should be well written in a manner that is attractive and inviting. However, consider that just over the horizon, a new trend of including any direct reference to financial exchange will vanish. Many hostesses expand their content to include Philosophy, About Us or About You pages. When a tour guide gains more clients as a result of her website content, she returns to her copywriter for additional services.


Another most commonly requested form of sensual copywriting is ad copy. Model advertising content essentially compresses an entire persona into approximately 400-500 words. Given the average reader attention span of less than one minute, the first line of an ad piece should contain a juicy hook that impacts the reader in an intriguing way. The content should be concentrated with sentences that intrigue a potential client and cause that person to click on the model’s website link to learn more about her and ultimately request a date.


Blogging is a powerful organic marketing tool for models who want to build authority. Consistent blogging opens a window of virtual voyeurism that gives readers a sneak preview into her world. Over time, models who blog regularly will build a following of dedicated readers. The client conversion rate is relative to how well a hostess writes, how much personality goes into her articles and how effectively she markets her blog. While incorporating SEO content is hugely beneficial, the need to stuff blog articles with excessive keywords and phrases no longer exists. Original, intelligent and engaging blog articles that culminate over time build expertise. This is what the search engines love and can rank a model’s website to the first page making it discoverable by more clients. Commissioning a professional entertainment blogger is a fantastic way to increase a client base.


Newsletters and email correspondence are best created with discretion and in a manner that does not trigger a required legal age rating. Tasteful correspondence is always the best approach.

Importance of Email Etiquette for Professional Models

For those of us whose email inboxes serve as lifelines to business, the effectiveness of our communication is vital

The tonality in which we respond to or interact with a potential client can have significant influence on how the message is interpreted. Are we having a good day? Bad hair day? Regardless of how muted email communication may seem it is anything but hushed. The tone of your email voice sets the pace for how your intentions will be received.

Because 85% of my communication is via email, I need to make sure that my messages accurately reflect what I want to convey matched by a mood that will be received in a positive light. I understand that this method of communication is shared with my clients who in turn interact with their clients. A professional model expects her patrons to abide by a high standard of respect if she is going to consider spending time with them. She even goes to the extent of posting an etiquette page on her website complemented by clear instructions on her contact page how a gentleman should conduct himself when reaching out to her (which…a true gentleman does not need). If his message does not convey a kind, courteous and insightful note, chances are good that she will (at a minimum) form a biased opinion. Why should her own personal standards for email etiquette be any different?

Does your email message resound with annoyance, detachment or complacency?

Ghostwriting is an intimate business relationship between client and writer. If I do not connect with a client then I cannot write her content. Isn’t there a similar parallel to a hostess determining if a gentleman is a safe and good fit for her company? Email messaging gets you started on the right foot!

Be conscientious about positive email dialogue

Make your reader feel special! In fact, make their day. Why not? Two of my longtime clients, with very different personalities, share the warmest, kindest email etiquette. They are an absolute joy to hear from and always make sure that their ‘email mood’ is positive and jovial (at times, I am able to detect if one of them is maybe having a bad day but their emails are still very gracious). One lady always uses emoticons to underscore her thoughts which I find to be a charming trait. Whenever an email pops in my inbox from either of these ladies, I feel quite happy to hear from them. Now, I am quite sure that if I have these positive experiences with these ladies’ emails then so do their clients. As it turns out, both are quite busy with regular clients whom they can count on more than two hands. Case in point.

Your email autoresponder offers a glimpse into your soul

First, let’s understand what an email auto responder suggests. It tells a client that you are not at your computer right now; busy, sleeping or too lazy to turn it off. More importantly, it delivers a pronounced message about how much you care. Yes, that’s right. We all want to feel cared about.

Q: For starters, what is written in the subject line? Is it rambling on so that the reader cannot determine the nature of the subject at a glance?

A: Think of those tiny screens on mobile devices, tablets and laptops. Your subject line should be short, sweet and to the point. Be sure to test it on your cellular to ensure that this tiny user experience packs a powerful impression.

Q: How personable is the message in the body of the email? Are you speaking to one person or to an audience?

A: The adult market has become so competitive that the bar is constantly rising. Every one of my clients wants to obtain a more refined clientele. When addressing your reader, make him feel like he is the only one in the world to whom you are speaking. Make him feel special! Addressing your ‘clients’ or ‘gentlemen friends’ is not delivering that exceptional experience.

Q: Is the content loaded up with a wall of verbal diarrhea?

A: Your website serves as the portal for all details. Who wants to read a speech in an auto responder? Keep information at a minimum, emphasizing important details such as tour dates, links to your contact/screening page and definitely a link to your blog.

Q: How does your signature appear?

A: Close the message with an attractive signature that leaves your reader anticipating your reply. Of equal importance is your mantra. Do you have one? You should.

Q: Did you run a spell check? Typos and grammatical errors are dreadful.

A: Nails down a chalkboard is what think of every time I receive from one of my clients an email with typos or grammatical errors. All of my clients are very upscale and invest a lot of time and money into their websites, content, pictures and marketing. To receive an auto responder with errors only tarnishes a persona. What a shame!

Q: Do you remember to turn off your auto responder when you don’t need it?

A: I don’t know about you but I receive about 75+ emails per day. Chances are excellent that if your clients are executives, they’re also receiving a lot of emails. On occasion, I will converse with a lady who has forgotten to turn off her auto responder. So then I get double emails half of which I can delete. This is rather bothersome, don’t you think?

Email etiquette is that priceless gem of marketing that can make you shine!

Shower your readers with enthusiasm, wit and reverence. Make them feel good! So that when your email pops into their inbox, they are excited to open it and read what you have to say rather than wondering what is the mood of the moment. Craft your email with passion, knowing that you just might make someone’s day with your thoughtful, well constructed message.

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Is Your Content Lying to You?

What your content says about who you are and what you represent as a companion should be straightforward and easy to read no matter your personal style

This might sound difficult to believe but I find a range of content errors on almost every exotic entertainer website that I review (and I am constantly exploring). Some of the biggies include typos, grammatical errors and - the most common one of all - misrepresentations of personas. When you spend so much time cultivating your persona (assuming you have one), these heavy duty mistakes can equal costly consequences about which you might not even be aware. Sure, writing your own content and even developing a persona are no easy tasks especially when you’re on the inside looking out. How do clients see you? What do they think of you? Are they getting the impression that you want them to receive? You work hard in your profession. Your website and content should work hard for you.

The majority of my clients feel that their content does not accurately represent the lady whom they wish to portray

And they do not know how to put the pieces of this very important puzzle together. In short, their sensual web content misses and is misaligned with their personality because they don’t know how to write a mirror image of their personas. Often, many ladies do not even possess a clearly defined persona and have difficulty separating the real person from the companion. They wonder why they are not in control of their business and consequently grow frustrated with their lackluster client base.

This is when consulting comes into the picture

Thus, begins a fun and introspective journey down a path of enlightenment that intermingles personal with business. Isn’t intimacy the very nature of your profession? Whether we address entertainment branding or marketing (usually a blend of both), the novice or seasoned courtesan always delights in the growth of her business almost immediately. Once we achieve a much-needed balance, we are ready to pursue the task of content writing.

Companions who understand the importance of well-written content hire a seasoned adult copywriter when they are serious about upgrading their clientele

What is the definition of upgrading your clientele? To most ladies, it means attracting respectful, well-heeled gentlemen who can afford the luxury of extended dates or monthly arrangements. True. But such a profile is only scratching the surface of how detailed this vision should become. To that end, most ladies are shy about analyzing and delineating a precision client profile. They do not realize that the very client type for which they long is the one that searches for the upscale model who authentically represents herself in a class all her own. This client type is the crème de la crème, the upper echelon of suitors that exist in a small percentage of gentlemen who seek the company of courtesans. More on this topic in another article. Once my client and I polish her brand , complete the consultation process, new web content and so often a new website design, she follows our designated strategy to a T. As a result, she enjoys the fruits of her efforts - a refined clientele, higher quality engagements and increased income.


As a professional model, do you get the feeling that you are losing money?

  • If your inbox is empty, something is wrong
  • If you attract mostly one-hour dates, something is imbalanced
  • If you receive one-liner emails, something is skewed
  • If your clients are not your type and you have to ‘fake it’, something is amiss
  • Victim of SESTA? We can help!


The career lifespan of an intimate hostess is limited

While all of these details may sound overwhelming, if not addressed thoroughly can equal loss of income and in a saturated market, failure and even bankruptcy. Ouch! I’m quite sure that no one wants to waste their valuable time or worse, go broke. Many companions are single mothers or are moonlighting to support side businesses. Many of my long term clients will attest to my words when I say that the business of entertainment is like any other in the entrepreneurial world. As an independent business owner, fortify your craft with excellent content, a dynamic website and outstanding photos. That is, if you want to do it right, enjoy quality of life and make lots of money.