Having read Part 9 of How To Build An Escort Agency, you will see that in my experience getting contacts from escorts who want to work for your new agency is as simple “If you build it they will come”. Once your web site is showing high on Google or prominently in the escort directories such as Eurogirls, then you will start to get escorts girls getting in touch.
There is one big caveat to that statement. It only fully applies IF you have made your website appealing to the girls, rather than just the clients. The best lap dancing clubs make their changing rooms much nicer than the main rooms to appeal to the best dancers. Plenty of escort agency sites just look awful or have text that is just aimed at what they think will get a man to call – they use language that is disrespectful to the girls and implies that they are treated as disposable meat. For example, I came across one site that called every one of their (limited) list of escorts “filthy sluts”. Would you let an agency that called you that represent you? What kind of client will they be attracting?
At this stage it is important to project two important messages – `professionalism and friendliness. When a potential escort contacts you, she wants to know that you will get her good business, take care of her safety and protect her privacy. The way you you respond to her first call, email or WhatsApp is crucial. Here are the main topics that you want to cover:
What is her working name?
How old is she? Request – and make sure you get a photo ID. It can have real name blanked out, but you must be certain that she is of legal age. And, if relevant, that she has the required work permits.
Does she have professional photographs?
Does she want her face blurring on the website?
What services does she offer? If you are not familiar with sex industry terms, look them up online. There are lots of sites that will explain things like GFE, OWO, CIM, Golden Showers, DFK, etc.
What does she expect to earn or what does she expect to charge clients?
Explain what your agency fee percentage is and give her an example. “We charge forty per cent. So if the client pays two hundred and fifty, you keep one hundred and fifty.”
Anything beyond that is a bonus. But with that basic conversation, you will have shown that you know your stuff, and that you will take care of her privacy. That will go a long way to make her feel secure. Now you can move on with your business.