15 Easy Things to Sell on OnlyFans (Maximize Profit!)

By Amelia Peck

That subscription revenue you get from your fans? That’s only just the beginning. Business people and professional marketers know that most money is made after the first purchase…

Sounds counter-intuitive, right? You expect someone to buy, be happy, and be on their way. But if you nurture the relationship, you can continue selling more (and more expensive) products to that customer, and move them down your “funnel”.

It sounds complicated… but it’s not. And OnlyFans is perfect for this because the creator/fan business model is already built on nurturing that relationship. You won’t have to do anything extra!

Let’s look at how you can do this and some easy things you can sell on OnlyFans:

15 Things to Sell

  1. ๐ŸŒ„ Photos and Videos
  2. ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€โค๏ธโ€๐Ÿ‘จ Girlfriend Experience
  3. ๐Ÿ“น Livestreams
  4. ๐Ÿช™ Tips
  5. ๐Ÿ† Dick Ratings
  6. ๐Ÿซฆ Jerk-Off Instructions
  7. ๐Ÿค Behind-the-Scenes Footage
  8. ๐Ÿ“„ PDFs
  9. ๐Ÿฉฒ Used Panties
  10. ๐ŸฆถFeet Pictures
  11. ๐ŸŽญ Roleplay
  12. ๐Ÿ‘• Merchandise
  13. ๐Ÿ’• Affiliate Products
  14. ๐Ÿ“ฃ Sponsorships
  15. ๐Ÿ’ฌ Paid Messages

Maximize Your OnlyFans Revenue

Getting new fans signing up to your OnlyFans account? Good. Your job is to sell them as much as possible (in a smooth way) while they are “hot”. I’ll explain what I mean by that in a second.

Don’t be thinking you’re job is done and you just have to post content so they stay subscribed. That’s true… but you’ll be leaving most of the money on the table.

Leads: Cold, Warm, Hot

In marketing and sales they talk about leads (or potential customers) being cold, warm or hot:

  • ๐Ÿฅถ Cold: people who show no interest in your products/services. They’ll probably need you to educate them about your products and convince them to buy from you
  • ๐Ÿ˜ฎโ€๐Ÿ’จ Warm: people who show some interest in your products. If they still havenโ€™t bought from you, youโ€™ll need to convince them that youโ€™re the right choice
  • ๐Ÿฅต Hot: people who know they want or need the product you offer and able to buy from you very soon

It’s a LOT of work to get someone from being a cold stranger to being “hot” and ready to buy from you. A paying fan is a “hot” lead. And it’s MUCH easier to convince them to buy again, than to take a stranger and turn them into a paying fan.

Can you see where I’m going with this?

Marketing Funnels

A marketing funnel is a model of your customerโ€™s journey with you. It represents the buying stages people go through after becoming aware of a business.

A typical marketing funnel you should move your customer through

Your goal is to keep filling your funnel with new potential customers, and moving existing customers through your funnel where they buy more expensive products.

A hot lead is already down into your funnel and has already bought a product from you. That first product is called a front-end product because it got them in the door. It was the “front” of the business to the customer.

All the secondary products you sell to a customer are called back-end products. They were sold to the customer once they were already in the door.

The Back End

Once a customer has bought a product, you know that they are interested in you, they trust you, and they are actively trying to solve a problem.

These customers have essentially been vetted by the fact that they have purchased. From there, you can continue to sell more and more products to these hot customers as you nurture the relationship.

When someone buys from you… that’s just the start!

1. Photos and Videos

The simplest thing to do is PPV (pay per view) – charge fans to unlock photos or videos.

Apart from this, you can charge extra for themed content (like naked yoga classes) or even customized content. Ask what a fan wants, set a price for it, and make it for him.

2. Girlfriend Experience (GFE)

A girlfriend experience is one of the highest ticket items. Potentially charge thousands of dollar for a single fan and pretend to be their girlfriend. Send them messages about your day, tell them you miss them, ask questions about them – give them a taste of what it would be like to date you!

3. Livestreams

Charge extra for fans to see you live. You can show special content that you wouldn’t otherwise, Q&A, do naked yoga – get creative!

4. Tips

Make it easy for your fans to tip you! Sometimes you don’t even need to do anything extra, just ask for a tip!

You’ll be surprised how often this works: message a fan asking them to tip to show that they liked a piece of content you posted. Many will tip because it’s a way to get your attention, and that’s the ultimate dream of an OnlyFans user – to get a creator’s attention!

5. Dick Rating

Men pay to have their penis rated by beautiful women. It’s very easy to do and can be a great source of revenue.

6. Jerk Off Instructions (JOI)

Jerk off instruction voice messages or videos earn some creators a lot of extra money. You can make a standard one that you sell to multiple men, and create a customized one (charge more) and include their name and perhaps even details about their penis.

7. Behind-the-Scenes Footage

Bring a fan into your day-to-day life. Show them what it’s like to be a creator, your struggles, your routine and speak openly about why you do it.

8. PDFs

Make ebooks and PDFs about yourself. Maybe a book about your sexual history? You could include stories about learning to masturbate, what turns you on and past sexual experiences.

9. Used Panties

The market for used panties is MUCH bigger than you think. There are whole marketplaces dedicated to selling used bras, panties and shirts of adult creators.

Join one of those sites and promote your listings to your fans! This can be quite a high ticket item, fans will pay upwards of $100 for a pair of your used panties.

10. Feet Pics

Sure, there are already sites like FeetFinder for selling feet pictures. But you can do it on OnlyFans too! Even if feet isn’t your niche, you could at least message fans and ask them if that’s something they would be interested in.

47% of all people with body fetishes have a thing for feet. A large part of your audience probably does without even knowing it. This could open up a new niche, revenue stream and content type for you.

11. Roleplay

If a fan has a special request for a fantasy or role for you to play… do it! You can charge a lot for roleplay.

12. Merchandise

You can promote and sell your own merchandise or physical product to your fans. Things like t-shirts, underwear, hoodies are frequently bought by fans.

Sell via your own Shopify store, Etsy, Amazon or send it yourself from your home and take payment via OnlyFans.

13. Affiliate Products

Create an affiliate link for a product and share it to your fans. Each time a fan buys something through a link you provided to them, you’ll get a commission of the sale.

14. Sponsorships

Sell sponsorship placements and earn money for talking about a product like a zex toy, condom or service. This works the same was as it does for a YouTuber.

15. Paid Messages

Probably the easiest one… I’m not sure why I saved it for last?

Simply tell fans that they can pay a certain amount (say $50/hour) to message you. You can also charge for an individual customized message, one-off.

5 OnlyFans Selling Tips

You’ll need to learn how to sell in an way that your fans don’t feel like they are being sold to. It’s something you’ll have to continuously work at. But here’s the 80/20 of selling on OnlyFans in 5 bullet points:

  • ๐Ÿ‘„ Engage With Your Fans โ€“ regularly post new content and respond to comments and messages. This builds a loyal fan base and boosts your visibility
  • ๐ŸŽฅ Create Unique Content โ€“ fans will stay longer if they can’t get your type of content anywhere else
  • ๐Ÿท๏ธ Offer Special Promotions and Discounts โ€“ entice new people to subscribe and reward loyal fans
  • ๐Ÿ‘‚Listen to Feedback and Requests โ€“ understand their preferences and tailor your content and products you offer to meet their desires
  • ๐Ÿ“Š Analyze Your Earnings and Engagement Metrics โ€“ identify trends and money-making opportunities

To Sum It Up

You should see your OnlyFans subscription revenue as a front-end offer. From there, you can move the customer down the funnel, offering increasingly expensive items as their comfort and trust with you increases. These “secondary products” are known as back-end offers.

Remember: it is much easier to sell something else to an existing customer, than to find and acquire a new customer.