Believe it or not, there is a demand for feet photos and the good thing is that you can sell these photos without revealing your identity to buyers.
One of the most talked about websites for buying and selling foot photos is Feetfinder. But is Feetfinder legit? Or is it just another one of those scam sites that we have exposed in this blog? Find out what Feetfinder is all about in this review!
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What is Feetfinder?
Many people find the idea of making money selling foot photos online amusing, even ridiculous. But Patrick Nielson, the founder of Feetfinder, believes that selling foot photos on Feetfinder offers people the opportunity to earn extra money in a safe environment.
Feetfinder markets itself as one of the safest online marketplaces for selling foot images. As of 2019, the site has ended up with more than 160,000 active and verified users.
The Feetfinder concept is simple. Anyone can sign up to be a foot model, take photos and videos of feet and make them available to individuals and businesses for a price.
How to sell foot photos on Feetfinder
So how does FeetFinder work? Here’s a rundown of how to use Feetfinder to make money selling foot photos:
Create an account. Click the “Sign Up” button and on the landing page, you will be asked if you are registering as a seller or as a viewer/buyer of content.
Fill in the information. You will be asked for basic information, including your country, location, and date of birth. You must be at least 18 years of age to use the Platform.
Verify your identity. Upload a photo of any government-issued ID or take a selfie with that ID to verify your identity and age. Feetfinder ensures that this information will be kept private and only to ensure that sellers are real people and not bots or trolls.
Pay the subscription fee. Once you have confirmed everything, the last step of registering as a seller is to pay the subscription fee of $2.99 every month or $24.99 for a year. According to their website, the introduction of this fee is to ensure that only those who are serious about selling content can use the platform and weed out non-active users. This fee in turn will be used to strengthen the sellers’ marketing and promotion, and develop and improve the features of the website for a better user experience that may contribute to increased sales.
Start uploading content. Once you’ve been verified, you can start adding content on your Feetfinder “My Content” page. There is no limit to the number of photos or videos you can upload, but images must be no more than 1 GB or no more than 10 minutes in length for videos.