Answer: The average earnings for OnlyFans creators is roughly $180/month, meaning if you join OF and put in the same amount of work as the majority of other creators, you’ll estimate $180 per month.
OnlyFans has a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to making money.
Some say it’s easy money, some say you shouldn’t sell your body like that, some say you go girl, get that bag.
Whatever your stance is, one thing’s for sure, money can be made and lots of it.
Bhad Bhabie broke an OnlyFans record this year by making 1 million dollars in 6 hours (you know the Cash Me Ousside girl? Well, she’s 18 now, how time flies right?).
However, you have to realize that Bhad Bhabie is a great marketer.
Nobody “makes it” by accident. Some get lucky, but that fame and attention quickly dies down.
I know girls that are pretty hot and have good bodies, and they can’t even break $300 per month.
The secret lies in your promoting efforts, not your looks.
And that’s where a lot of the confusion is.
Guys think girls are making bank by doing nothing but showing off their bodies.
While this may be true to a certain extent, there’s still lots of things that go on in the background to make sure they get new subscribers.
So Is OnlyFans Easy Money?
With the right marketing efforts, yes, it’s super simple money. Once the ball gets rolling then it’s a walk in the park.
But to get the ball rolling takes much more than posting a few pics and quitting after the first week.
You have to be everywhere and continuously growing on various social platforms to break the average income of $180, and eventually go beyond $1000 per month.
Sticking to 1 or 2 social media accounts and leaving all stones turned will leave you at the same income that you started with.
One of my clients was struggling for months, earning the same money that she was earning 4 months ago, and couldn’t seem to grow it anymore.
I told her to start up a Tinder account (yes, I can get lots of new subs without getting banned), Instagram, and Twitter, and she grew that bad boy from $200 to over $1000 in a matter of months.
The problem isn’t the persons attraction level, it’s all about the marketing efforts.
Without the right strategy you are essentially screwed.
Where Should You Start?
Well, considering Instagram is the biggest unofficial dating app, you should start there first.
Next up, create a Snapchat, Twitter and Tinder account.
I highly recommend checking out that Snapchat link above. The title says Premium Snap but it applies to OnlyFans as well.
Stick to these 4 social platforms and absolutely kill them.
Pro tip: Simply add your Snapchat name into the bio of your Tinder account for free targeted followers.
Is OnlyFans Worth It?
Simply ask yourself, can you do with an extra $100, $500, or even $1000+ per month?
Then you can ask yourself is it worth it.
In my opinion I think it’s incredibly worth it.
As long as you stick to it everyday, post at least 5x a week, and constantly engage with your audience, your social media accounts and OnlyFans will grow as a result.
Which means more money in the bank.
The question isn’t “is it worth it”, the question should be “when do I start”?
To that I respond with right now.
Even if you don’t want to show off your body or your face, you can still make thousands of dollars with feet pictures!
A Word from One of the Top Earners ($100,000+ per year)
Monica Huldt makes over 6 figures per year with her online business.
I say business because it really is a full-time job when you get to this level.
In this article she bares all and explains what a typical day looks like for her.
Here’s the biggest takeaways from that article:
- Morning: Send a “good morning” picture (it can be as simple as a mirror selfie)
- Morning: Spend 1 – 2 hours answering DMs
- Lunchtime: Create content to post later on in the day
- Evening: Spend another 1 – 2 hours responding to DMs
Monica Huldt emphasizes that you should reply to DMs, it makes all the difference. Guys want to feel like they’re talking to a real person, they are looking for an emotional boost more so than a sexual one.
As you can see, your earnings are determined by how hard you work.
Monica Huldt earns a whopping 6-figures per year, yes, but it’s a 16-hour job when you take into consideration the time she’s engaging with her followers, posting to her many social media accounts, and getting dressed in lingerie for a photo shoot.
It’s all a lot of work that adds up.
If you’re still on the fence about whether you should start one or not, I say got for it. If you don’t like it you can just quit.
Comment below if you have any questions, concerns, or need any direction on where to start.