How to Become a Chat Line Host

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Chat line hosts are used for a variety of different websites. For example, many stores have online chat support, some websites need chat line hosts to give advice to customers or you can become an adult oriented chat host. The hiring process will vary slightly depending on what you want to do. However, most of these positions allow you to work from the comfort of your own home and may even let you set your own schedule.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Computer
  • Internet access

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Instructions

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    Launch the Internet browser on your computer and navigate to a site such as LivePerson.com. LivePerson is a site that allows you to create your own chat line and give advice to other individuals with questions in different areas you may specialise in. If you want to be an adult line host you can navigate to one of the hundreds of different online sites that offer this feature.

  2. 2

    Click the "Sign Up" or "Join Now" button (depending on what site you are on). Do be aware, some adult chat hosting sites do not allow men to sign up.

  3. 3

    Fill in the necessary information such as e-mail address, name, mailing address and date of birth.

  4. 4

    Select what kind of chat you want to host. This is going to vary depending on what site you are using.

  5. 5

    Submit your information according to the guidelines of your chosen website. If your application is accepted, you will receive an e-mail about setting up your live chat. However, if you are trying to become an adult chat host you will need to fill out a waiver form, take a picture of yourself holding your state issued I.D. and fax or mail the information back to the site. Once you have done so, and been approved, you can begin hosting your live chat line.

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