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How Much Money 3 OnlyFans Creators Make in a Year From the Platform – Business Insider

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The subscription platform OnlyFans has proven lucrative for many adult creators who have learned how to effectively leverage it to post and promote their content.
Many factors play a role in what an OnlyFans creator will earn, including whether they successfully determine compelling price points for their work and, in many cases, how much they’re investing in marketing their OnlyFans pages in order to gain new followers. 
But once OnlyFans models figure out how to monetize their content, the potential upside can be huge, and what may start as a side hustle could turn into a bonafide full-time business that earns them far more money than previous jobs. Their success is also a boon for OnlyFans, which had paid $5 billion to creators as of August 2021 and projects revenues of $2.5 billion for 2022, according to a pitch deck obtained by Axios. (OnlyFans takes a 20% cut from transactions.) 
OnlyFans creators can earn money several ways on the platform, including paid subscriptions, pre-made photos and videos, personalized photos and videos, and texting services. 
Several OnlyFans creators Insider spoke with in recent months had become millionaires from the platform.
Here’s a breakdown of how much these OnlyFans models get paid: 
Isabella James, who previously worked as a cam girl, joined the platform in 2017, but only began creating content two years later once OnlyFans became more popular. 
“For about six months, I just had no idea what I was doing — I was just going through the motions and not posting consistently,” James said. 
After discussing pricing strategies with several other OnlyFans models, James eventually found a sweet spot with pricing, which includes charging subscribers $8 for a monthly subscription with a $15 renewal and between $6 and $25 for premade videos.  
Now the Los Angeles resident is a bonafide millionaire, having earned $900,000 in revenues on OnlyFans in 2020, and $2.1 million in 2021. 
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Morgan Edwards, who previously juggled jobs as a veterinary technician and sex worker, joined OnlyFans in June 2019 after observing that other women who used Snapchat Premium to sell adult content were migrating over to the platform. 
Although the OnlyFans model didn’t have a pricing strategy when she started producing content, Edwards eventually settled upon a pricing scheme that found an audience, which included offering a $3 option upfront to access content initially, with $30 monthly payments afterwards.
She saw a huge uptick in earnings in April 2020 when she started offering subscribers the ability to unlock personalized videos ranging between $25 and $100, or pre-made videos. 
“There were girls making $30,000 ahead of me a month, and I just thought, ‘Wow, wouldn’t it be crazy to be them?'” Edwards said. “It wasn’t long after that, the harder and harder I worked, that I just kept seeing the numbers rise.” 
In 2020, Edwards earned about $600,000 from OnlyFans, and in 2021, she made about $750,000 on the platform. 
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Audrey Aura joined OnlyFans at the beginning of 2020 after years of contemplating such a move and looking up to those working in the space. 
“We’re sexualized anyway, so why not make money off of it?” Aura said. 
Six months after joining OnlyFans, Audrey decided to focus on the platform full time. She established two OnlyFans profiles because the platform doesn’t allow creators to have several subscription tiers. Her more affordable account costs $19.99 a month, while the one with more content costs $49.99 a month. 
On her cheaper account, subscribers have the option of paying extra to message Aura directly. These fees accounted for the majority of Aura’s income in 2021, earning her $96,000. Meanwhile, the OnlyFans star’s more expensive profile mostly differentiates itself with a video catalog that she adds to twice a week.
In 2021, Aura earned $143,000, with $27,000 from fan tips, and $21,700 from subscriptions.
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Insider has also profiled a number of OnlyFans creators who hail from religious communities. While some of these models have faced judgment and social consequences, they generally said it was worth it because of they money they were making.
Nita Marie, a creator who told Insider she felt that “God really called me to do OnlyFans,” turned to the platform in a time of financial hardship.
Six months after launching her OnlyFans page, the pandemic hit, and the platform blew up. She went from making $30,000 a month to over $100,000 a month by July 2020, according to documentation reviewed by Insider.
Daisy May, who grew up a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, runs an OnlyFans account with a Christian sensibility — think slapping with Bibles and references to one’s “Sunday best.”
This satirical and kinky take on religion has proved profitable. Her channel has more than 15,000 fans and can bring in as much as $9,500 in a week, according to documentation reviewed by Insider.
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Religious OnlyFans stars are making millions. But they have faced consequences, from kids kicked out of Catholic School to a demotion at a day job. 
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