To anyone and everyone who thinks it’s easy being an online content producer, kindly go fuck yourselves. The process is time-consuming and requires multiple skill sets to get it right. More than that though, it’s not cheap. And like any smart entrepreneur, you have to invest in your business if you want to succeed. It takes money to make money.
In an eye-popping overview for Huffington Post, guest writer and online sex worker Sofia Barrett-Ibarria goes into great detail about everything that went into launching her OnlyFans account: $250 ultra-HD webcam; studio lights, minimum $50 a pop; silicone toys, each ranging from $20 to almost $200… Then there’s the cost of a high-speed connection, editing software, lingerie, all capital investments you have to pay out of pocket before you can even start.