By now most people know there are lots of ways to make money online. And one of those ways is by using their feet to their advantage. Yes, you can make money with your feet.
You can use five different platforms as tools to help you earn cash with your trotters. These five platforms are:
The chances are you’ve heard of at least a few of those sites. So, how can you leverage each website to help you make money with your feet? Read on to find out.
First up is YouTube. You can find virtually anything on YouTube, including everything related to feet. The first thing you need to do is decide what kind of YouTube channel you want to create. Obviously it needs to be feet related; More specifically, your feet.
Next, niche down or cover a broad range of foot related topics. For example, you can film foot massage techniques in one video, while in the next explain the benefits of foot massages, and in a different video you can recommend types of lotions to put on dry feet. . . . You get the idea.
As for monetization, you can wait until you meet the requirements to join the partner program and/or you can promote feet-related products and make money with affiliate marketing. The choice is up to you
TikTok is all about creating short videos. You can literally just make a TikTok channel solely for the purpose of showing off your feet. You might be surprised at how many views your videos would probably get. As your video library, view counts and subscriber count grows, you might qualify to get paid through the TikTok Creator Fund.
Like YouTube, you could even branch out into promoting products related to feet. Between the Creator Fund and affiliate marketing, your feet could prove to be real money-makers.
3. Facebook Reels
Facebook Reels is the company’s version of TikTok. Users can upload short videos for other Facebook users to see. If your Reels meet certain criteria, then Facebook will pay you. Alternatively, you can monetize your videos via affiliate marketing.
And just like with YouTube and TikTok, you can create short videos of your feet. Here’s a creative (kind of out there idea, but not an original idea) idea: you can create a mini-series of your feet, but make your feet into characters. You can paint them into a character or something like that.
Or you can literally just film short videos of you showing your feet and/or talking to them. Yup, some people reading this might think that’s weird, but there is far more weird stuff out there than that.
4. Feet Finder
Feet Finder is a place where you can buy and sell feet pictures/content. You would sign up as a seller, upload your content and then wait for people to buy it. Feet Finder is actually quite popular, and they have a subscription program that involves you getting paid based on how many people are subscribed to your Feet Finder page.
And yes, there is always this site. I don’t think I need to explain how it works, but I’ll give a quick rundown. You literally just open up an OF account, and then attract people to subscribe to your content. In this case, your content will be your feet; The more subscribers you get, the more money you can make.
Tips For Making Money With Your Feet
Use Several Platforms
Use all the previously discussed platforms. Doing this will increase your chances of making money, as well as gaining more exposure to your content. If you don’t want to use all five platforms, then use at least 2-3 of them.
Different Angles On Different Sites
By angles, I mean niches. On YouTube you can create videos offering foot-care tips, while on TikTok you can make funny foot videos, and on OnlyFans you can create content of your feet stomping on all sorts of food. . . . You get the idea.
Stick To What Works
As time goes by, you’ll figure out what works and what doesn’t work. If you notice certain types of foot content is generating the most attention and revenue, then create similar content, and scrap the content ideas that aren’t working.
Just like with anything else, especially with online ventures, you have to be consistent. Don’t just post 10 pieces of content and expect to be successful. Post regularly for at least 4-6 months straight, and then see where you’re at. As a general rule of thumb, you should post at least 3-4 times per week per platform you use.
What that means is let’s say you use YouTube, TikTok and OF. You’ll want to post 3-4 feet content 3-4 times per week for YouTube, 3-4 pieces of content for TikTok (per week), as well as 3-4 pieces of content to OF per week. After 4-6 months, you should get an idea if whether or not you can make money with your feet or if it’s time to do something else.
And that is how to make money with your feet. Remember, it’s all about being consistent and using multiple platforms, as well as sticking to what works and going at things from different angles. With that said, good luck if you give these ideas a try.