Can BHMs make money as content creators?

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So, I’m a fat guy, as many of you have probably noticed 🤣 and I eat and gain pretty well all on my own (even better when I have a feeder). I but I’m getting to a point where I need more income than my current job brings in. I’m already in the mid 400s, only getting bigger, and I’m finally starting to really feel my weight. Pretty soon it’s going to be hard to do some things, and impossible to do others.

I know a lot of BBWs and SSBBWS make decent side money, or even their primary income, on sites like onlyfans and curvage. I was wondering if anyone knows of a site where BHMs can make money as content creators. I imagine as a guy I wouldn’t have as much earning potential as ladies do, and I imagine most people people willing to pay for content are going to be guys (correct me if I’m wrong). I don’t really need primary income money, but a couple hundred extra bucks a month would certainly help, especially as my food bills get higher lol

I know guys have a pretty good earning potential on FeetFinder, or so I’ve heard. I’m not a foot guy so I’ve never really tried, but it got me wondering if there’s more of a market for male content creation for other kinks, too.

Have any of my fellow BHMs tried this before?
Do any of you FFAs know of sites where this sort of content is available?
 

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I've seen FFA/BHM feeder content creators using Clips4Sale or manyvids as their hosting source. Some folks advertise clips on YouTube, Tumblr, or Twitter.

I assure you will do good! :) There is always an audience for something niche. Maybe you could also open up a Patreon account specifically made for full videos?
 
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The short answer is yes. If you produce quality content, make sure to engage with your audience on more than a visual level (assuming your potential admirers are straight women attracted to men), and market yourself, you could turn an OF account into a lucrative venture. Some questions to ask yourself beforehand, especially if you decide to make a formal business plan:

Are you adept at social media?
What do you know about marketing?
How much time are you able to commit to reach success?
Do you have any red flag issues?

Good luck, although I don’t think you’ll need it. This seems like a virtually untapped niche market waiting to take off. 😊
 

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I'll take on the bad cop role in this thread and advise you to manage (or lower) your expectations.


There are some internet content creators that indeed make a fortune - but as in most walks of life, they are the exception, not the rule. Even successfully and consistently on balance making a nice sum of pocket money on the side requires constant work, dedication and luck in finding your audience.

In this context, keep in mind the two basic laws of the business:

1. Modeling - no matter which culture, genre, market or niche - is literally the only business in which women make significantly more money than men.
Starting with the fact that men are willing to pay for female porn on a notable scale, whereas the female paying audience for male porn (for a host of social, cultural and economic reasons) is very limited.
Targeting the gay chubby/gainer chaser audience actually is the more promising niche.

2. Content creators are notoriously insincere regarding the success of their content and the amount of money they make with it. So take any given advice with a huge grain of salt.

Donna's questions already give you a really good guideline for mapping out such a venture. So if content creation really is your thing and you like doing it, are also comfortable with going public with very personal and intimate insights on a regular basis, then go for it. Good luck!
 
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I'll take on the bad cop role in this thread and advise you to manage (or lower) your expectations.


There are some internet content creators that indeed make a fortune - but as in most walks of life, they are the exception, not the rule. Even successfully and consistently on balance making a nice sum of pocket money on the side requires constant work, dedication and luck in finding your audience.

In this context, keep in mind the two basic laws of the business:

1. Modeling - no matter which culture, genre, market or niche - is literally the only business in which women make significantly more money than men.
Starting with the fact that men are willing to pay for female porn on a notable scale, whereas the female paying audience for male porn (for a host of social, cultural and economic reasons) is very limited.
Targeting the gay chubby/gainer chaser audience actually is the more promising niche.

2. Content creators are notoriously insincere regarding the success of their content and the amount of money they make with it. So take any given advice with a huge grain of salt.

Donna's questions already give you a really good guideline for mapping out such a venture. So if content creation really is your thing and you like doing it, are also comfortable with going public with very personal and intimate insights on a regular basis, then go for it. Good luck!
Thanks for the insight!
Yeah, I don’t expect to make a fortune. I was hoping for maybe just a couple extra hundred a month.
I’m straight, so I would of course prefer to interact more with female clientele but I know this is a very male driven industry and I fully expect to have primarily, if not exclusively, gay and bisexual men who want to buy content. I’m comfortable with that, and with engaging with them too. I like the idea of anybody enjoying my content.

That is a good point about hour much time I would have to put into it though. I interact with people about my belly and my gain daily already just for fun, and if I’m talking to 3 or more people consistently, it can be tiring, especially if I have a lot to get done.

I may try it anyway just for fun and see how it goes. If it flops… well, at least I tried 🙂
 
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I've seen FFA/BHM feeder content creators using Clips4Sale or manyvids as their hosting source. Some folks advertise clips on YouTube, Tumblr, or Twitter.

I assure you will do good! :) There is always an audience for something niche. Maybe you could also open up a Patreon account specifically made for full videos?
Thanks for the tips! Ideally, I would love to make content for free and give people the option to tip, or pay for extra content, so maybe Patreon is the way to go. I’ll probably end up using multiple sites if I decide to go ahead.
 

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A thought just occurred to me regarding this...do you have another content creator that you follow/admire that you would be comfortable reaching out to? They would be the best source for advice and who knows, might even want to collaborate. There are two full forums of paysite creators alone right here on Dimensions.
 

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I can see you being really popular as a content/video creator, but like Agouderia said be aware that a good chunk (hehe) of the consumers you attract will likely be gay. If money is your objective though, sometimes you gotta give the people what they want--for example, if you're doing a fat chat video and talking directly to the viewer, use the 'you' tense and leave their gender ambiguous.
 
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I can see you being really popular as a content/video creator, but like Agouderia said be aware that a good chunk (hehe) of the consumers you attract will likely be gay. If money is your objective though, sometimes you gotta give the people what they want--for example, if you're doing a fat chat video and talking directly to the viewer, use the 'you' tense and leave their gender ambiguous.
Great advice! There are so many facets of this I hadn’t even considered. So far nothing I’m not willing to do. I enjoy the thought of anyone enjoying my content, male and female alike. I didn’t even think about how using the wrong gender during chat may take some people out of it.
 
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A thought just occurred to me regarding this...do you have another content creator that you follow/admire that you would be comfortable reaching out to? They would be the best source for advice and who knows, might even want to collaborate. There are two full forums of paysite creators alone right here on Dimensions.
I did think about taking too some of them, but ideally I would find another bhm content creator to ask advice from and they seem to be in short supply here. I found one bhm gainer on PH called Feedjeezy who makes the sort of content I would enjoy making. I sent him a message but no luck on a reply yet.
 
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Hey Jack, I hear you, I’ve been thinking about it myself. Same story for me too, straight and willing to make content for everybody! I’m still small (about 220) but looking to go big, and that might be something that would build my audience, getting to match me double in size you know 😳🤤🙋🏽‍♂️😎 how do the ladies on here feel about that idea?
 

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So, I’m a fat guy, as many of you have probably noticed 🤣 and I eat and gain pretty well all on my own (even better when I have a feeder). I but I’m getting to a point where I need more income than my current job brings in. I’m already in the mid 400s, only getting bigger, and I’m finally starting to really feel my weight. Pretty soon it’s going to be hard to do some things, and impossible to do others.

I know a lot of BBWs and SSBBWS make decent side money, or even their primary income, on sites like onlyfans and curvage. I was wondering if anyone knows of a site where BHMs can make money as content creators. I imagine as a guy I wouldn’t have as much earning potential as ladies do, and I imagine most people people willing to pay for content are going to be guys (correct me if I’m wrong). I don’t really need primary income money, but a couple hundred extra bucks a month would certainly help, especially as my food bills get higher lol

I know guys have a pretty good earning potential on FeetFinder, or so I’ve heard. I’m not a foot guy so I’ve never really tried, but it got me wondering if there’s more of a market for male content creation for other kinks, too.

Have any of my fellow BHMs tried this before?
Do any of you FFAs know of sites where this sort of content is available?
Yes! Do this! We need more chonky man eye candy! 🤩
 

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You might want to check out Hansi’s Superchubs on clips4sale (and elsewhere, looks like the titular Hansi has a twitter.) It’s a curated collection of videos by mostly larger bhm and ssbhm, targeted mainly at the gay audience but I believe some of the models are bi or straight. I have no idea how they get paid or how much money they make, but you can at least see what’s out there. Lots of vids of big men taking showers, doing light exercise, and other fairly innocent things that really show off their fat bodies.
 

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