Are OnlyFans worth it?

OnlyFans is big and new, being a source of income for users who are raking in cash by sending nude photos to their subscribers.

Indeed, Megan Barton Hanson, who found fame on Love Island, charges 19 euro a month or 53 euro for three weeks to watch her steamy content. 

This means she can make around 800.000 euro every month from selling her pictures and videos to fans and she's not the only one cashing in. 

The top earners list was recently revealed by who have delved into the data to reveal the likes of making a lot of money from the platform. 

The platform was originally set up as a space where influencers who now prefer to be called content creators could make money by sending exclusive content from cooking videos to comedy and celebrity to fans who subscribe to their channels that’s still the case. 

But as it has gained in popularity, it quickly shifted to a platform for content of a more ‘adult’ nature, where users share intimate images and videos of themselves naked and sexy videos.

It has gained a reputation as the paywall of porn, becoming a destination for naked content, providing fresh revenue streams for adult entertainers and sex workers, when the CHARGE and when you get PAID and of it can affect your FUTURE you can read here!

As is the case with any disruptive technology, the website creating new opportunities for some of the creators you can sell personalized or interactive content on the site for additional fees.

Some creators have built a tip menu that details the content and interactions they’re offering and how much each costs.

Again, OnlyFans takes 20% of the earnings creators bring in and offer this advice on earning money on the platform: "Your earning forecast really depends on the quality and quantity of the content you upload.

The more you post, the more incentive there is for your fans to subscribe (and remain subscribed) to your profile."

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