Mygirlfund, a social network for girls next door and the guys who love them, was profiled in a recent CNN Money article about virtual intimacy on interactive platforms and messaging apps. The article explores how female entrepreneurs are cultivating deeply personal relationships with guys online and monetizing the interaction with apps and platforms like snapchat, kik and mygirlfund.
As the women interviewed in the article attest, the demand for virtual companionship is rising and the income potential is substantial. Mygirlfund member Melissa is quoted as saying she made $35,000 “chatting and selling photos and videos” on the site in 2014. Interestingly, Melissa claims “she doesn’t even need to get nude” in her role as a virtual girlfriend to dozens of guys online.
“Melissa’s experience on mygirlfund is not unique,” says Stefan Patrick, Director of Business Development at mygirlfund. “There are currently over 10,000 female members on the site and most of them are girl next door types who would not consider their activities “adult work”. Although real world contact is strictly prohibited, they truly act as girlfriends to guys who are interested in helping them achieve their life goals. While female members can sell photos, videos and cam time, the primary emphasis is on intimate virtual companionship and relationship building. Girls flock to the mygirlfund platform because we provide a safe and private environment, grant them total control and autonomy, and offer them the most income potential.”
“We are excited that CNN Money, a top ten financial news site, has taken notice of the virtual girlfriend and companionship trend and mygirlfund’s pioneering role,” Stefan continued. “Sites like ours that foster intimate online relationship building are forging a new romantic paradigm. The rapid growth of the mygirlfund community attests to its popularity.”
For more information, contact: www.mygirlfund.com