OnlyFans Marketing Tips and Marketing Content on OnlyFans

2020-12-01 by Jade Minh
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OnlyFans has seen very rapid growth this year, with many marketers and people asking how to market and how to succeed on the site.  Content needs to be created, people need to use their social media accounts to attract customers and in general, people need to use their personal websites, other sites, and forums for the marketing and promotion of their Only Fans account.  The platform is subscription-based and subscriptions are working well.

How else should people market and grow on OnlyFans?

Jennifer Willy, Editor at Etia.com says that “OnlyFans is quickly becoming the most used application by Gen Z’s and it is important to take it into consideration if a company wants to attract the younger generation. It can become the next big marketing tool for companies. So, some basic tips to start the marketing over this app include frequent posting of videos like making exclusive makeup or workout tutorials, etc. You can also start with collaborating with other established figures on the website/app. It can give you the initial push that any newly established brand needs. Lastly, you can connect with Twitter and other social media to handle followers as you do not have to work hard in nurturing the relationship again.”

Katie Lasson, a Sexologist and sex, intimacy, and relationship advisor says that, “If you are to market your content in OnlyFans, it’s crucial to know that it is mainly a sexually positive outlet for men and women alike to freely express and enact their and the audiences’ sexualities. Your strategies should be sensitive to that distinctive market’s actual perceptions of the platform as well as the freedom of expression and security that they find in that cyber-environment. The content you’ll share should be in line with the platform’s vibe and niche to ensure that your content will strike the audience without disrupting the nature they’ve made for themselves.”

Lasson adds, “I advise people who are feeling held back to express their sexuality to just be themselves. There’s no need to pressure themselves into doing anything they’re not comfortable with — the only thing that matters is how they feel about themselves. Other people’s opinions are not relevant, just do you at your own pace.”