Who We Are And What We Do.

Actually Jordan Laubaugh.  Instagram  |  Twitter

Actually Jordan Laubaugh. Instagram | Twitter

My name is Jordan Laubaugh.

I started Pandora Modeling in 2010 and have spent the last 8 years building it. It's my baby. I'm the one responsible for all of it's greatness and any of the dumb stuff you see here, that was my doing also. These days I have a full time staff that does most of the "work" and I spend my time primarily doing strategy sessions with our biggest clients, creating new content for the company, and taking big political stances

To join Pandora Modeling means that you're enlisting my company and myself to work on your behalf to make you money, and earn ourselves money in the process. For us to be able to justify our existence, I think we have to make you more money by working with us than you would either on your own, or with anyone else. 

My secret strategy is pretty simple. I tell anyone that applies very directly what I think their overall earning potential and ideal strategy is from being an adult performance artist. But just what do I mean by that? 

The Management Agency for Adult Performance Artists. 

If what we're doing isn't art, what's the point of art? I think porn is art. Full stop. 

Porn is also one of the most disparate and difficult to define industries that there is. 50 years ago it was magazines and movies. Today, it's far more complex, fragmented, and lucrative. Adult video chat (webcam modeling), direct to consumer video sales, mass market video production, paid community content, and more and more, everything else. Porn stars are Instagram influencers, social policy advocates, and political commentators. 

The adult industry is the ultimate proving grounds for hustlers. We keep coming up with new and interesting ways to monetize what appears to be an infinitely renewable stream of demand from customers and fans. Our performers are simply people who decided to make money by having a mix of physical attractiveness and a higher than average willingness to get naked in front of a recording device. 

For these reasons, we decided the term "adult performance artist" was the most accurate description. Models? Sometimes. Performers? Sometimes. Porn stars? Sometimes. We try to do whatever will be the most fun and lucrative. So here's a breakdown of our current areas of operation.

the adult video chat Route.

We're primarily an agency that signs and manages performers for adult video chat. Today, we have hundreds of active performers that generate millions of dollars per year in revenue and we're growing faster than ever. 

People, including us, used to call this webcam modeling. But we always thought that sounded a bit... lame? Adult video chat is the accurate term that describes exactly what it is we do and what our industry is all about. So that's what we now use. 

Our intention for this website and for all of the stuff we put out is to educate people about who we are and what we do. We're never really trying to recruit anyone. We just want to tell our story and then collaborate with the people that want to join our team. 

To that end, we've put together a collection of deep dive content on this site that you can go through if you want the full picture. You could also just spend an hour browsing around the site with our models to get a feel for what it's like. 

Here's our basic pitch, if you ask us what we do, this is what we'll tell you. 

We're a professional management agency for adult video chat models. We work with physically attractive adult (18+) performers. Basically, it's sexually explicit interactive adult chat, broadcast live on a network of websites, using our software and your own computer and webcam (software isn't compatible with phones or tablets).

So you'd login to the site (alone), talk to customers in your chat room, and get one of them to start a 1 on 1 paid private show. In show, you do whatever you/they want, anything goes, nothing is required. Private shows are how you make money. At the standard rate, new models make $1.65/Minute in a private show. With adult video chat you don't have to really worry about promotion, the network handles this. You just login and interact with the customers of the site.

Just to clarify for the "adult" / sexually explicit part. We say that because primarily in the 1 on 1 shows customers are wanting to see some kind of erotic show by you. Nudity, masturbation, fantasy role play, et al. But that's where it begins and ends, there's no intercourse involved, you don't meet anyone or see anyone and you perform alone in your own room.

Across the board for our company, the average hourly rate is ~$40/hr. Some people make $15/hr. Some people make $50/hr. Some people make $200/hr. It all depends on how good looking the individual is, how hard they work, and how talented they are at landing clients. Some people work 5 hours a week, some work 50. Full time people tend to earn higher hourly rates because of how rankings on the site work. More hours = more exposure = more customers = more sales = more rank.

That's it.

This has been our go to explanation. If you've ever asked us what we do on Instagram or Snapchat, you've probably already read it. It's an encapsulation of our work, but it's not the full story. 

To get the full story will take longer and despite our best efforts we might never be able to tell the full story. The full story is full of secrets. And the full story is different depending on who it's told by and when. It's different for every performer. It depends far more on who someone is as an individual. 

What we do is human expression in it's purest form. Raw, unfiltered, unrestricted, 1st amendment protected, free expression. That it's "adult" and we're a porn company is only the case because of the modern legal landscape and the fact that the type of expression all normal people seem inclined to do when they have freedom involves lots and lots and lots of nudity. 

Adult video chat is hands down the easiest way to start making money. Sign up now, make money today. If you want to do that, here's our first "call to action"