No need to get uncomfortable. It's just feet and photos of yours could possibly be making you walk to the bank more often.

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Look what the pandemic made us do now.

Welcome to the age of the side hustle.

It might be weird and just a little bit awkward to some. To others, it's a new way to make some quick cash.

This all started when we casually started talking about it on the air and opened up the phone lines.

The next thing we know, the calls started pouring in. Take a listen.

So let's get to some questions.

While you might feel dirty about it, it's not nudity. But is it legal? Yup.

You can actually sell pictures of your feet legally online if you are 18 or older and have full rights to the images. Selling pictures online is a legal practice allowed and recognized in the USA, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and other countries. However, if you reside in a country that has strict religious beliefs or practices, you may find that it is illegal to sell feet pictures, especially for women. (earnsmartonlineclass)

Careful, you don't wanna get zinged for selling black-market foot photos from women in a forbidden country. Try explaining that one to people.

Who else other than the fetish folks want to buy pics of your feet?

Good question and there's a legit market out there for your tootsies.

If you reside in the US, you can sell feet pictures on established and well-known sites like Instafeet, Feet Finder, Foap, Zazzle, Etsy, Shutterstock, Alamy, iStockphoto, etc. You can reach a wider audience by selling pictures of your feet on popular social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. (earnsmartonlineclass)

Instafeet. Like Instagram but just for feet? Yeah. Just like that.

Instafeet allows anyone to connect with admirers of their feet and get paid for access to exclusive content.

 

And just how much can you make? Is it big bank like the ladies who called suggested it is?

Prices range from $5 to $500 to $1000 and EVEN MORE!

Not trying to convince you or anything but, folks are doing this and making bank.

For instance, a Canadian woman named Jessica Gould earns more than $90,000 a year on Instagram by selling feet pictures online. (trueworkguide)

Go get that pedicure and get to making that serious cash.

There are some "how-to" links HERE and HERE and a plethora of videos on YouTube.

Be careful, be safe, and good luck.

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