Best strip club to work in?
Strippers ask this a lot and guaranteed in any club, anywhere in the world, this question pops up regularly. As striptease has entered the mainstream more and more, there are more clubs opening and more girls willing to do it and the fact of the matter is, there is no blanket answer. Where a girl might be the top earner in one club, she can be average in another, competing against the same number of girls; it is all about personality and style. A young party girl with a love of Tequila who doesn’t like to talk about world news may make great money in a summer holiday resort but wouldn’t necessarily do well in a stricter, sit down club that has older clientele, and vice versa. The really talented dancers, as mentioned in an earlier post, can adapt to whatever situation they are in and work with that, but for the average dancer, finding a club that works for your style is the easiest way to boost your income.
Making the most money
On the nights where you make the most money, reflect on what happened for that cash to come in. Was it a super busy night where you could run around and pick up those single dances? Did that one customer come in that you could really impress with your knowledge of politics that wanted to keep talking to you all night? (paid of course!). Conversely, those not so lucrative nights; were there were so many customers you felt overwhelmed that you didn’t know where to start? Or, there were hardly any people there so you actually had to talk?!
Find your best conditions
Club rules, drinking rules, management style, type of clientele, size of club, type and number of girls and location hugely influence the atmosphere of a venue. These factors, can really affect your state of mind and, therefore, the money. If you can establish what your ideal working conditions are and follow them, instead of trying to fit into a club you hate because ‘your friend makes £500 a night there’, then you can get yourself back on track to earning what YOU as an individual are capable of earning. Everyone is different, and there is something for everyone out there, you just have to embrace it!