A FLIGHT attendant has revealed she makes thousands from selling pictures of her feet online.
Deej, who is known as @djsbeercave on social media, has now written a step-by-step ebook on her lucrative side hustle, after she gained thousands of fans.
Deej’s TikTok page has racked up over 161,000 followers – many of whom want to follow in her money-making footsteps to earn extra cash, particularly in lockdown.
When she was starting out, she said that she would charge £3.81 per photo, £19 ($25) for a pack of six and £38 ($50) for 13 shots.
She said: “Nine times out of ten, they are going to at least get the $25 package, maybe the $50.
“The great thing is you can reuse these photos between guys.”
She only accepts Amazon gift cards, and she doesn’t give out any personal details.
Deej explained: “An Amazon gift card I can immediately put it on my Amazon Prime account and then buy a new gift card with that, so they cannot cancel the payment.
“PayPal gives out your real information. I don't want them having that.”
Some fans even send her gifts they bought through an Amazon wish list, which lets her keep her personal information private.
She added: “You will never have to give your bank information.
“This is the most important part, do not send anything — no photos, content, nothing — unless you have confirmed payment where you're able to physically spend it if you want.”
So how does she drum up business?
Deej posted a “How to Sell Your Feet Pics” tutorial on TikTok during lockdown in late May explaining how she does it to earn extra cash.
She advised people to set up a separate social media page for your feet, and post numerous pictures on there.
Deej added: “I use a completely separate account from my main Instagram, and I just post a ton of pictures of my feet.
“You have to actually look into feet photos and feet poses.
“Each different one has a specific name for what the pose is and people have different fetishes for each kind of pose.”
For example, “The Pose” is a specific shot where people lie on their stomachs facing the camera, with their feet up behind them.
Deej recommended adding specific hashtags with the poses so people can find the shots.
She said: “Once you have a decent following on Instagram from posting your photos, guys are gonna start reaching out to you.
“You don't have to reach out to them.”
Deej’s followers asked why people who pay for extra feet photos, if they can get them for free, and she explained it is an “ego boost” for them.
She added: “They want to feel special, guys. They want a private set just for them.
“So, they see you post a certain angle, like your soles. They really like your soles.
“They want to reach out to you can get a whole custom set where they feel like you personally made that just for them.”
Deej warned that the foot fetish community “has a lot of scammers” – and advised on how to avoid them.
She said: “People just want to get their rocks off and then go home, and they don't want to pay for it.
“But that isn't to say there aren't a lot of people who will pay for it — and will pay a good price.”
She said the legit customers reach out and ask for prices for photos and videos.
Deej’s guide is being sold on Etsy for £7.60 and includes the hashtags to use, how to reply to direct messages and pricing.
It also includes 20 foot posing styles to use in photos.
The product description reads: “Keep in mind successfully selling your feet photos does NOT happen overnight and takes consistent work.
“It can be a great supplemental income though if you are willing to put in the effort!”
Many people have already given the guide five-star reviews, with one saying: “This eBook is so well written with an incredible attention to detail.
“Deej offers an inside look at a typically taboo subject, and provides the reader with advice based on her own lived experiences.”
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