“OnlyFans has been a blessing these last few months as it has changed my family’s life for the better and I’m so thankful that I took the opportunity when I did,” Brooke recounted.
During the pandemic, several stories involving the Only Fans platform have come to light. This social network generates exclusive content that followers can access by paying a monthly subscription, which generally ranges from $5 upwards.
It has all kinds of content, but most of it is erotic and sexually explicit, which has caused subscriptions and new user accounts to skyrocket as the application becomes more and more popular.
As it spreads, peculiar stories have emerged. Some of the best known stories include the engineer who quit her job, started her career on Only Fans and began to earn more than $8,000 a month. However, there are also cases that are driven by something greater: the desire to support their family and home.
The pandemic caused many people to suffer economic problems due to different factors. A very common one was getting fired from jobs that had to be terminated due to social distancing measures, or businesses that had to be shut down due to the confinement.
This caused the family of Brooke Schueneman, 25, to start racking up debts of over $30,000. This happened after her husband used their credit card to pay off their home bills when they realized their electricity would soon be cut off.
Brooke, for her part, spent her time as an influencer and making online content, but the pandemic hit hard. That’s when her husband suggested the idea of creating an Only Fans account in order to make extra money, according to LadBible.
“OnlyFans has been a blessing these last few months as it has changed my family’s life for the better and I’m so thankful that I took the opportunity when I did,” the woman recounted.
At the beginning, the young woman was more timid, uploading only content of her feet, with which she earned more than $1,500 dollars in a single month. The idea gained momentum, and she began to delve deeper into this world and create exclusive content.
This allowed her to gain more subscribers and, with that, more money. She also gained subscribers on her other social platforms, such as YouTube, where she received more views on her videos. She blew up to the point that, by the end of 2020, she had already earned more than $50,000.
Now her idea is to provide advice to those woman looking to make money working online. “I’m now focusing on teaching women how to make money online, such as by selling foot pictures with my own masterclass and course. My advice is to never be jealous and to always lift each other up – especially in this industry,” Brooke closed.