How do I get my first few paid subscribers for AI Instagram Models?

Not at all, mainly for the body type early on, but I just used a couple of good face swap programs for the face. I'm using a real-life girl's face for this model.

On my Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/BlairBrooksBB) where I post the nudes, I've been getting good same sizes, but there's times where it's different even with the early LORA training.

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Good stuff mate, I'm looking at getting into this also. I have a local instance of stable diffusion going and I've been playing around with it for the last couple weeks. I have an Instagram acc ready and working on a Twitter currently. Further more I also have a reddit with 10k followers in the nsfw niche I plan to promote my ai model on. Currently creating a Patreon for her too but I'm not passing the review process, might need to change some of the images on the main Patreon page.

The thread is a great read and provides some good motivation! Keep it up and good luck on your journey.

Fyi idk if the link to the Patreon goes against bhw tos so be careful.
 
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Have you thought of setting up mother/slave method on Instagram? There are several software provides in the marketplace and the "babes"-niche is the most effective niche to apply this on.
 
Here are some of my latest pics using Fooocus, and I use a combination of Leonardo AI to fix the hands, which is still a working progress as they're really hard to fix, but in the picture with the two girls, I fixed the hands pretty good because they were way wonkier than this especially when her hands were in her pocket she had like three fingers and the thumb wasn't good at all as it was really long like an index or middler finger. LOL!

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Good stuff mate, I'm looking at getting into this also. I have a local instance of stable diffusion going and I've been playing around with it for the last couple weeks. I have an Instagram acc ready and working on a Twitter currently. Further more I also have a reddit with 10k followers in the nsfw niche I plan to promote my ai model on. Currently creating a Patreon for her too but I'm not passing the review process, might need to change some of the images on the main Patreon page.

The thread is a great read and provides some good motivation! Keep it up and good luck on your journey.

Fyi idk if the link to the Patreon goes against bhw tos so be careful.
Thanks bro, I'm glad you're looking to get into this industry as now is the time to really get in before it blows up in the next couple of years. Practicing generating these models is great as it's really helped me improved as you can see from the pictures above, when I first started, I was leaving the wonky features on my pictures without fixing them. LOL! It sounds like your machine can handle the offline generator tools which are way better than the online ones. You should look into Fooocus, which is what I use and it's way better and easier to use for beginners. ComfyUI is another good one that you can look into, but most of the community uses Stable Diffusion though it seems.

Instagram is really good for AI models as there's a whole community in there for them, so you can network with other creators and support each other. I'm not sure if it's great on conversions just yet unless you got a lot of followers, but it's great for networking and building up your brand. I haven't started Twitter yet, but I plan to down the line. That's awesome that you already have that many followers on Reddit as I'm still trying to figure out the subreddits to post on there.

Yep, make sure you get that Patreon ready to go and post as much content as you can on there. I'm surprised you can't get through the review process, but you might have to change the images on there. Overall, I'm getting my own site though soon. I also use RiotModels, and if you can do verification, I'd suggest Fanvue.

Thanks man for following, I'm going to do a journey thread soon once I get my site setup and we'll get started from there.

The only thing that's left for me to figure out is promoting to get paid subscribers, as this has been the hardest part.

Yeah, I'm not sure if links are allowed, or not, I've just been posting anyways, but I'll stop if it's not allowed.


Have you thought of setting up mother/slave method on Instagram? There are several software provides in the marketplace and the "babes"-niche is the most effective niche to apply this on.
Can you explain that more in detail as I never heard that method before?


It seems like comfyUI is the best tool for AI models right now
ComfyUI is pretty good as I put it ahead of Stable Diffusion, but in my experience Fooocus has been the best one so far and it's the most simpler.
 
Can you explain that more in detail as I never heard that method before?
You basically have a bunch of instagram accounts which are the "child" accounts. These would be have names such as "blairbrooksfan132" or something along those lines. These accounts then follow/unfollow other accounts that follow similar accounts as your main account. Whenever somebody follows the child accounts back they automatically send a DM inviting the new followers to follow the main account. There are obviously tons of nuances to implement this but that is the gist of it.

Implementing this is not trivial but if you take some time to search the forums you will get an idea of how to do it. Then it's only down to trial and error to find a setup that works for you.
 
Thanks for the reply man appreciate the feedback.

I'm also using fooocus and find it to be great tool, furthermore if you are interested in creating videos/swaps I've been using an app called "roop unleashed" works great and you can find some tutorials for it.

With regards to the promotion side of things its always the hardest part, imo you either need to get the model to hop on a trend or something along those lines.

when it comes to setting up your own site, how do you plan to get paid? Stripe or paypal? as I believe these methods do not allow NSFW content.

I might give tiktok a shot and see where that goes...

If I get an update on my end id be sure to get back to you maybe we can communicate via dm too.

keep it up
 

The profile above is the best AI influencer implementation I have seen so far. The quality and consistency is incredible and would fool most people. The profile's branding is confusing though as it promotes weightloss but then links to fanvue?
 
You basically have a bunch of instagram accounts which are the "child" accounts. These would be have names such as "blairbrooksfan132" or something along those lines. These accounts then follow/unfollow other accounts that follow similar accounts as your main account. Whenever somebody follows the child accounts back they automatically send a DM inviting the new followers to follow the main account. There are obviously tons of nuances to implement this but that is the gist of it.

Implementing this is not trivial but if you take some time to search the forums you will get an idea of how to do it. Then it's only down to trial and error to find a setup that works for you.
Thanks for the explanation as I really appreciate it, I think I understand it more now. It sounds you basically use the child accounts to send DMs to the new followers to follow the main account or the mother account, if I'm correct?!

It definitely sounds interesting and could be effective, but before I even try this, I need to figure out how to convert these people into paid subscribers. This is a really good trick to use for scaling after you get these people in the DMs to become paid subscribers. I appreciate the introduction to it though as it's defintiely something I'll consider in the future.


Thanks for the reply man appreciate the feedback.

I'm also using fooocus and find it to be great tool, furthermore if you are interested in creating videos/swaps I've been using an app called "roop unleashed" works great and you can find some tutorials for it.

Wit regards to the promotion side of things its always the hardest part, imo you either need to get the model to hop on a trend or something along those lines.

I might give tiktok a shot and see where that goes...

If I get an update on my end id be sure to get back to you maybe we can communicate via dm too.

keep it up
You're welcome man and no problem as I'm glad I can help in any capacity.

Great to see you using Fooocus as and are familiar with it as its been a great tool for me.

I've actually heard of Roop Unleashed, I heard it's pretty good too. I'm using something similar called Rope-main from Hillobar to make my deepfake videos and swaps, and its been pretty good. I'll probably still look into Roop Unleashed though when I have the time to see which one is better.

Yeah, promotion is the hardest part as I'm getting pretty skilled at everything else like the image generation and deepfaking the videos, but promotion has been a pain in the ass. LOL! Like you said maybe trends could be something that works. I'm honestly thinking about finding an agency with a proven track record that's suitable for my cheap budget to market my model for me, but the problem is finding these legit agencies to do the job effectively.

I'm running with TikTok myself, but my videos are dying in the algorithm too quickly. I'm going to keep trying though and see if I need to play the long game with it as TikTok doesn't seem to be favorable for new accounts anymore like it used to be. I'm suing YouTube shorts as well right now. YouTube itself is pretty good for the long game to build up a fanbase. The only reason why I haven't been more active with YT is due to not being able to pay my pilot models to make new videos for me.

Please keep me updated bro, how things go for you as I'd love to see if you can find success that way I can follow your lead in what you've done.
 

The profile above is the best AI influencer implementation I have seen so far. The quality and consistency is incredible and would fool most people. The profile's branding is confusing though as it promotes weightloss but then links to fanvue?
Thanks for posting that URL of that AI influencer as I was looking at her page and she's got a pretty good following in just 3 months time with fewer posts than I have. I see too that her profile in her LinkTree goes straight to her Fanvue page. I got fooled for a minute that she wasn't AI too. LOL! I see her reels have done great in the IG algorithm as well.

The only question that I have for that AI is how many paid subs she has on her Fanvue since that info is not seen. Is there a way to see how paid subs someone has on their OnlyFans or Fanvue even when they hide them?

I don't know if IG is her only traffic source, or not, but I'd like to know those two questions.
 
Hey, so a little update on my end. I'm still yet to get the Patreon up and running, I might just try create a new one on a separate email and see how it goes.

Further more I have found two ai model on insta with a crazy amount of followers and they seem to either be linking to their own fanvue or Patreon subs or alternatively linking to their "bffs" onlyfans page which I assume is kinda like a sponsored link in bio type thing.

What I don't get is that many if these ai models upload videos with a face swap... Do they rip another less popular girls stuff and re use it or do you think they have their own specific model that agrees to have their face swapped?

Lmk what u think and where ur at :)

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Ill give you a advice, i think since i generated over multiple seven figures on onlyfans im competent enough to give you one, get rid of the ai thing it will never work as you thing it will, real models are real models and ai is ai + conversion ratio on any other platform is just by miles and miles worse then on of. The best we did with full ai was 10k$ a month and the best i seen from a friend was 25k/month maybe but thats a waste of traffic and we decided to drop the project its just not worth the hassle, get yourself a nice local model, it works best if u make your close friend a model or someone you know in real life. Then u can start generating serious money. We use ai too alot dont get me wrong, but its ai in combination with real models and it works really good.
 
Ill give you a advice, i think since i generated over multiple seven figures on onlyfans im competent enough to give you one, get rid of the ai thing it will never work as you thing it will, real models are real models and ai is ai + conversion ratio on any other platform is just by miles and miles worse then on of. The best we did with full ai was 10k$ a month and the best i seen from a friend was 25k/month maybe but thats a waste of traffic and we decided to drop the project its just not worth the hassle, get yourself a nice local model, it works best if u make your close friend a model or someone you know in real life. Then u can start generating serious money. We use ai too alot dont get me wrong, but its ai in combination with real models and it works really good.
Yeah, I can fully agree with you that a real model is better, however even with the numbers you mentioned that were strictly Ai driven it's a great start. Furthermore it could also help with onboarding a model to join forces and do the mixed ai stuff etc.. in terms of offering compensation for vids etc.. Definitely an interesting thing to look at and a crazy opportunity none the less. Like the models linked in my previous post 100% are real models with face swaps
 
Yeah, I can fully agree with you that a real model is better, however even with the numbers you mentioned that were strictly Ai driven it's a great start. Furthermore it could also help with onboarding a model to join forces and do the mixed ai stuff etc.. in terms of offering compensation for vids etc.. Definitely an interesting thing to look at and a crazy opportunity none the less. Like the models linked in my previous post 100% are real models with face swaps
personally i dont think its a good start because wifh real model same amount of traffic would generate alot more money. Also keep in mind scaling things cost money so its a number game, u have to go after higher returns. Also selling ppvs with ai is really bad.
 
Hey, so a little update on my end. I'm still yet to get the Patreon up and running, I might just try create a new one on a separate email and see how it goes.

Further more I have found two ai model on insta with a crazy amount of followers and they seem to either be linking to their own fanvue or Patreon subs or alternatively linking to their "bffs" onlyfans page which I assume is kinda like a sponsored link in bio type thing.

What I don't get is that many if these ai models upload videos with a face swap... Do they rip another less popular girls stuff and re use it or do you think they have their own specific model that agrees to have their face swapped?

Lmk what u think and where ur at :)

First model
Second Model

I can almost guarantee that they are ripping from other models. If you look closely you can tell that they are using different models as well. I think the difference between fully AI generated and deepfake is a tricky one.

1. Deepfaking is a lot easier. You just need to curate a bunch of videos and use roop to deepfake with one click. This allows you to post reels which have a lot better organic reach than just pictures and allows you to grow at a faster pace. However, you are stealing content which is not unusual on social media but monetizing it is a problem. So I'd probably use reels to grow the social media but only put fully AI generated content on fanvue/patreon.

2. Fully AI generated has a higher learning curve as you have to get familiar with stable diffusion and the results are hit or miss. So it takes a lot more time to generate content.

Honestly, I think going with both deepfake and fully AI generated is probably the best option. In the end what matters most is growth.
 
I can almost guarantee that they are ripping from other models. If you look closely you can tell that they are using different models as well. I think the difference between fully AI generated and deepfake is a tricky one.

1. Deepfaking is a lot easier. You just need to curate a bunch of videos and use roop to deepfake with one click. This allows you to post reels which have a lot better organic reach than just pictures and allows you to grow at a faster pace. However, you are stealing content which is not unusual on social media but monetizing it is a problem. So I'd probably use reels to grow the social media but only put fully AI generated content on fanvue/patreon.

2. Fully AI generated has a higher learning curve as you have to get familiar with stable diffusion and the results are hit or miss. So it takes a lot more time to generate content.

Honestly, I think going with both deepfake and fully AI generated is probably the best option. In the end what matters most is growth.
Why is monetizing a problem when you face swap content
 
Why is monetizing a problem when you face swap content
Because you are stealing content. If you are just repurposing it and using it to post on social media you might get copyrighted or receive strikes if the original owner finds it. This is annoying but not a giant problem. If you are posting it on fanvue/patreon I imagine it's a lot more dicey since you are using stolen material to make money. The stakes are simply different.
 
I can almost guarantee that they are ripping from other models. If you look closely you can tell that they are using different models as well. I think the difference between fully AI generated and deepfake is a tricky one.

1. Deepfaking is a lot easier. You just need to curate a bunch of videos and use roop to deepfake with one click. This allows you to post reels which have a lot better organic reach than just pictures and allows you to grow at a faster pace. However, you are stealing content which is not unusual on social media but monetizing it is a problem. So I'd probably use reels to grow the social media but only put fully AI generated content on fanvue/patreon.

2. Fully AI generated has a higher learning curve as you have to get familiar with stable diffusion and the results are hit or miss. So it takes a lot more time to generate content.

Honestly, I think going with both deepfake and fully AI generated is probably the best option. In the end what matters most is growth.
100% the problem is where to find a model to use for the swaps that isn't too popular but follows trends etc..
 
Hey, so a little update on my end. I'm still yet to get the Patreon up and running, I might just try create a new one on a separate email and see how it goes.

Further more I have found two ai model on insta with a crazy amount of followers and they seem to either be linking to their own fanvue or Patreon subs or alternatively linking to their "bffs" onlyfans page which I assume is kinda like a sponsored link in bio type thing.

What I don't get is that many if these ai models upload videos with a face swap... Do they rip another less popular girls stuff and re use it or do you think they have their own specific model that agrees to have their face swapped?

Lmk what u think and where ur at :)

First model
Second Model
Thanks for the update, Jake, my friend!

Don't worry about not getting Patreon up and running just yet, I would suggest creating a new one if you have to on a separate email. I had to do the same thing when I started mines for Blair. My other account is my main account for people that subscribe to. I plan on subscribing to myself in the future, so I can like the locked content on my Patreon. I have already made two other Patreons where I use it to like the other post and comment on some of them, so it makes it look like my Patreon isn't completely dead.

I got a lot of content on my Patreon now. I still need more videos posted on there, but it looks busy for window shoppers. I'm cheating by reposting my content on IG and YouTube on there.

Thanks for posting those two models links as they got a heavy amount of followers and fans on IG. I be wondering if these accounts are botting their pages because they started around the same time as me and I've been growing organically with no cheating help at all, and I don't got anywhere close to the fanbase that they have.

That's a good question if they rip their content, or if they're using their own pilot models to face swap with as I can't tell. There's so much content on TikTok that you'll only know if it's somebody that you follow on there, and seen those videos before. Either way, if they do rip it, they can get away with it.

I checked out her Patreon and Fanvue pages and they seem to got a decent amount of paid subscribers too. I can't see the actual number, but they got good activity on both accounts.

Whoever is handling their accounts is great at marketing, and might be experienced in this game despite using AIs.

This dispells what people say about AI models not working in this area. Well these two models are clearly doing well. This is exactly why I'm going to keep going no matter what and get to where I need to get with this stuff.


Ill give you a advice, i think since i generated over multiple seven figures on onlyfans im competent enough to give you one, get rid of the ai thing it will never work as you thing it will, real models are real models and ai is ai + conversion ratio on any other platform is just by miles and miles worse then on of. The best we did with full ai was 10k$ a month and the best i seen from a friend was 25k/month maybe but thats a waste of traffic and we decided to drop the project its just not worth the hassle, get yourself a nice local model, it works best if u make your close friend a model or someone you know in real life. Then u can start generating serious money. We use ai too alot dont get me wrong, but its ai in combination with real models and it works really good.
I appreciate the advice, but $10k is far from little money for most of us. I can see how that's small on your end since you're more experienced and claiming to make 7-figures. That's definitely probably not enough for your business. You did do a great job at least of delving into the AI space though. Your success is more than likely going to remain with real-life models mostly.

I think we're heading into a future where AI will be in a real battle with real-life models for full attention from simps, especially the new real-life models who will get into this space in the future. We're still in the infancy stages of what AI is going to do, and where it's at. I look at AI as what stuff like YouTube, crypto, and OnlyFans itself was at before it got widely recognized. If you're in early like we are right now, you're going to benefit from it when AI models gets to the next level later in this decade.

You should really stick with the AI models in your business because I feel like agencies that are working with real-life models are going to have a real problem battling AI models in the future. The money is going to be with AI going forward.

What I love about AI is that and the advantage creators have is that we can use the same face for years and years, as real models age and get less attractive whereas AI models never age and are timeless.

All we need to do is hire pilot models who share the same traits as our AI models, mainly the hair and skin color, and we're good.

I see what you're saying about using a combination of real-life and AI. I have thought about that at times, but AI has really changed the game for me. I still have a source on getting real-life models like I was using for my YouTube channel, but I think since I didn't start in this OnlyFans space before, I might just stick with AI. I am probably going to work with a local model that I can shoot in-person in the future, but she might be used as a pilot model unless I can make tons of content with her.

Right now for me if I made anywhere close to 5-figures for my model, that'd be a huge win for me. I ain't looking to make that huge money like that at least not in the first 5 years. I'm just looking to scale this into a livable income at some point, but for right now, I'm taking baby steps.

Would you be willing to provide your credentials, just so I know you're not faking what you preach? I got two other dudes that claimed this and that and I found out they were frauds. I want to make sure not only myself if getting the right advice from the right person, but others reading this thread as well.


I can almost guarantee that they are ripping from other models. If you look closely you can tell that they are using different models as well. I think the difference between fully AI generated and deepfake is a tricky one.

1. Deepfaking is a lot easier. You just need to curate a bunch of videos and use roop to deepfake with one click. This allows you to post reels which have a lot better organic reach than just pictures and allows you to grow at a faster pace. However, you are stealing content which is not unusual on social media but monetizing it is a problem. So I'd probably use reels to grow the social media but only put fully AI generated content on fanvue/patreon.

2. Fully AI generated has a higher learning curve as you have to get familiar with stable diffusion and the results are hit or miss. So it takes a lot more time to generate content.

Honestly, I think going with both deepfake and fully AI generated is probably the best option. In the end what matters most is growth.
I feel like they are too because it's too much content. I just seen that they started their pages right around the time that I started mines which was around the holidays late in December, so there's no way unless they were in this game for a lot longer that they would have that much content from a model.

A lot of are done well and look realistic, I can tell when it's deepfake because of the glitches in the face, but 98% of the people watching these videos won't notice it at all. I only notice it because I do deepfake videos myself, so I know what to look for, but they have done a pretty good job in the way they make them look realistic. They could've even done better if they cut whenever the head turns rapidly. I struggled with this in my most recent deepfake video that I did when my model Blair's little friend Becky had some noticeable glitches in her face if you look close enough. Most people watching won't notice it though, I had to cut and split a lot though in that video.

Overtime you're going to want to master what makes the face glitch out and get your own pilot model to be instructed on what she needs to do in the video to keep you from having to edit it so hard. I've been struggling with my explicit videos heavy as I'm working on a couple of them to post for my Patreon, but I need more time to edit them a little closer.

I agree deepfaking is easier, but image generating is not too difficult either, you just need a good machine to get several results, so you don't have deformities on your model that are noticeable. A lot of OF agencies are going to deepfaking now, so that they don't have to deal with models who stop making content which is a huge problem when you're using real-life models. At least if you deepfake a model you'll have a consistent face that you can use for years and years. That's why I don't think that I'm going to ever do real-life models and build a brand around them.

One of the models that Jake showed, did mostly reels, and the other did images on their IG accounts. Both were successful, so it's tough to tell if reels will really help you, or not. The algo seems very inconsistent for most right now. I think they honestly botted their accounts because there's no way you can grow that fast without some help. Most of the AI creators in my space, we're growing organically and we're not having wild numbers like that just yet. They have some more experienced handlers on their accounts.

I think the best option is to do both, or at least AI while it's still early in the game.



Why is monetizing a problem when you face swap content
Because you are stealing content. If you are just repurposing it and using it to post on social media you might get copyrighted or receive strikes if the original owner finds it. This is annoying but not a giant problem. If you are posting it on fanvue/patreon I imagine it's a lot more dicey since you are using stolen material to make money. The stakes are simply different.
100% the problem is where to find a model to use for the swaps that isn't too popular but follows trends etc..
Repurposing on social media is fine, you might get a creator in a super rare case who requests to have you take down the videos, but that's rare. That has happened to me 2-3 times over the years on YouTube and I've been doing YouTube for 12 years now. It's super rare, and when it comes to monetizing on Patreon or OnlyFans, or whatever membership site you have you would literally have to have a fan rat on you about making money off their content, and that's super rare too.

You probably got a pretty good chance to get away with it on your own site than on social media because you would actually have to have somebody pay to see it, so definitely have that behind a locked wall.

I plan on hiring pilot models to make most of my content for me, but to start I have to steal for now just to fill up the pages with as much content for window shoppers and my paid subscribers as much as possible.

It is tough to find models to use for swaps isn't popular out there.
 
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