OnlyFans is a content-sharing platform based in London. Creators can use it offer photos, videos and even chances to chat one-on-one for a price. It is famous in the adult entertainment industry.
OnlyFans app was founded by Timothy Stokely. It presently has around thirty million user and 450,000 creators.
Who uses OnlyFans?
Musicians, models, actors, physical health experts, and influencers all use OnlyFans to produce revenue. They can get money directly from fans on a monthly basic or from tips and the pay-per-view spec. Blac Chyna, for example, charges fans $50 a month to access her OnlyFans page, and rapper Rubi Rose made $100,000 on OnlyFans in 2 days by posting images from her Instagram.
How to join OnlyFans
Go to the OnlyFan site or app to make an account. You can make an account from scratch, or you can join with your Google or Twitter account. Once your accounted is created, you should be routed to your Account settings page. So now, you can change your email, username, and other preferences.
The sidebar on the left lets you access your security, profile and notification settings.
Go to profile to replace your display name, set a subscription price and more.
Home is where you can view your feed – stream of content shared by those you follow, including your close friends. You will also view advises for more people to follow on OnlyFans. At the top of the homepage, there is a search bar so you can look for other users and creators to follow.
From the notification page, you can view your notifications. Go figure, right? These contain past liked, interactions, tipped, subscribed and more.
If you have contacts, like someone you subscribe to or even a fan, you can go to the chats page to begin direct messaging them.
Go to the create posts page to compose a fresh post and share it with your fans. You can even include media or begin a poll.
Menu slides from the right, where you can view your display name, user name and the number of followers and fans. You can also assess your profile from here, as well as lists, bookmarks, cards, settings; permit a dark mode, and bank account info. You also log out from this menu.