I want to sell my nude photos, how do I do it?

The most common question/request I receive via email is how to sell nude photos, this is going to be a clear-as-day author post, I’m Aerie Saunders and I own the website, very nice to meet you! If you want to sell your nude photos there is a very wide variety of options to chose from so please read this guide and make a choice that suits your schedule and financial needs when selling your nude photos.

Do you want to sell nudes as a subscription or charge per photo?

There are many ways to profit from your nudes but some methods will work more seamlessly than others. Read on to see my personal recommendations on how to sell your nude photos.

Snapchat: Sell Access to Your Private Story or Direct Snaps

If you are looking to sell nudes as a subscription where a member pays per week, per month, for lifetime, etc. then you should be running a subscription based nude service where it is easy to cater to your audience all at once. Snapchat is a great place for sending content to clients and it has convenient features to ensure your content isn’t leaked like notifications when your content is screenshot and story viewer management tools; BUT it is not my recommendation for selling your nudes. I’ve included it because everyone who starts in porn goes to Google and says “can I sell nudes on Snapchat?” Can you? Absolutely. Should you? No.

The biggest flaws with Snapchat are that it is NOT adult friendly so having an account that you utilize for adult work breaches their terms of service and they will not hesitate to delete your accounts and even ban your IP address if you’re a frequent offender. Plus, there is no automation for removing customers on a monthly/yearly system and the subscription management and payment acquisition is entirely in your court to manage. I totally understand the desire to utilize Snapchat because “disappearing content” is attractive plus you get the benefits of utilizing an app that most people have access to but the down sides to utilizing Snapchat as your main source of income for your nudes definitely outweigh the positives. Long story short: don’t use Snapchat to sell your nudes unless you’re a risk taker and don’t get attached to your account. If you do utilize Snapchat, keep an active list of clients who have paid for your subscriptions so if your account is deleted you can transfer everyone to a new account easily. If you’re IP banned… best of luck!

Adult Friendly Fanclubs with Story/Photo Posting

OnlyFans, JustForFans, LoyalFans, MyMemberSite, and other adult fanclub and CMS services allow you to sell your nude photos easily and manage payment processing and subscription durations for you. Most sites cover chargebacks so you don’t have to worry about people getting your content for free and since they’re all adult friendly you don’t have to fear losing your account randomly. The biggest drawback to this type of subscription service is that most subscribers expect more than ONLY nudes and like to see video content as well. If you’re looking to only produce photo content then adult fanclubs might not be the most attractive option for you.

Charge per photo: more work but less customer expectation

If you are looking to charge per photo, then you will likely be sending them through a messaging app. Some people combine a Snapchat subscription with the ability to also request specific photos for additional payment, or they send the photos through a messaging app or sexting platform after receiving payment (some sexting platforms even charge them to open the photo when they open it which you can definitely take advantage of!)

If you aren’t communicating via a sexting platform then make sure wherever you are sending the adult photo content is adult friendly (Twitter or an adult friendly hosting platform are great options.)

The sites that will charge them to open your photo messages are:

  1. NiteFlirt
  2. SextPanther
  3. Flirtback
  4. OnlyFans
  5. LoyalFans
  6. JustForFans
  7. ManyVids

What is the easier way to sell nudes, through subscription or per photo?

Selling through subscription is easier to manage simply because you are catering to a wider audience, the earning potential is higher since if you consider you are selling x amount of photos for x amount of money to x amount of customers, and that amount of customers is high, you will be making more than selling to one individual person. The success of subscription also varies depending on the quantity of photos you take, the quality of photos you take, and the amount of subscription renewals you get. For some people who don’t prefer to take nude photos often, selling them individually or doing custom photo orders may work better than running a subscription based social media app.

How much should I charge for my nudes?

The price you set for your nudes depends entirely on what you value them to be. Keep in mind that the cheaper you price them the more likely you are to sell them, but this can serve as a double edged sword if you feel “cheaped out” by pricing them too low. If the quality of your photos is great, you will likely be able to charge more and sell it. For example, if you’re taking your photos on a high quality DSLR that puts out HD photos then you will be able to make more from that than a webcam picture that isn’t in HD (I am begging you to not try to sell nude photos taken on your laptop internal webcam, they will be the quality of a potato). You must also keep in mind that the photo may be redistributed without your permission, which will count as a loss towards your profit. You can help to avoid this by watermarking your content before you send it out.

Many models have found success in subscriptions due to the fact that most people viewing these do not expect consistent high quality all of the time. Since a majority of the services are phone based, the model is pretty limited to the capability of their phone camera and the compressing of the app. As well as including photos, some subscription running models also find it convenient to post short videos to keep the audience entertained as well which can be easier than setting up and posing for multiple photos. Typical subscription pricing ranges anywhere from $3.99-$14.99 per month for only photo content depending on the quality and quantity of posts, with prices being even higher if you post video content as well.

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