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Does LA have a good client base?


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I’m not an L.A. based provider, but to answer your question: yes, there is definitely a good Client base in Los Angeles.

But as to the other half of your question, reaching that base isn’t as simple as it seems. I just checked and it appears to be 432 active “pornstars” on RentMen. Of course you can subtract the fake ads, duplicate ads, only fans ads, scam ads, and probably end up with just 50 “legitimate” escorts instead. But regardless, that’s still a lot of viewing material and a lot of overall choices for clients to choose from.

That said: in my opinion, the L.A. market is not for beginners or high hopes. It’s a treacherous playing field, and whenever I go (which is usually never, except once every 2-4 years) my booking assistant is screening my clients and/or having visits confirmed before I even arrive. L.A. is one of the most cutthroat locations in the country.

However if going for other business matters and what not, or including it as a tour…it can be a great time. I’ve always had a great time when I’ve gone. It’s just not my kinda market tho. San Francisco and Palm Springs are more of my vibe. 

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In talking with the providers that I’m drawn to here in LA County, many of them get most of their business from regulars rather than from ads. Does that mean it’s a hard market to break into?
I see ads from other cities for guys who were in LA for years? Does that mean it’s unsustainable as a location?

Cost of living here is high. That much is certain. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 12:47 AM, jeezifonly said:

In talking with the providers that I’m drawn to here in LA County, many of them get most of their business from regulars rather than from ads. Does that mean it’s a hard market to break into?
I see ads from other cities for guys who were in LA for years? Does that mean it’s unsustainable as a location?

Cost of living here is high. That much is certain. 

There’s many factors that could be involved. Cost of living is just one of them.

I am at the disadvantage and inconvenience of being about an hour away from everywhere my clients usually are, when I’m in one of my locations part of the month. But that’s due to the distance, not the traffic. It’s about 60 miles.

In L.A., an hour away could be from one neighborhood to the next. Traffic is the limiting factor. Maybe after awhile some guys get tired of the hustle and bustle and having to do the commute and go elsewhere.

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