IMG and it's creator Evan Seinfeld want to create a place that doesn’t isolate the models, leaving them to promote themselves without the backing of the platform. Here's how they plan on standing out from other subscription services like OnlyFans:We are an actual social network and community. Our models are Instagram models and influencers,” Seinfeld tells me via email. “Our site is essentially a pay-walled version of Instagram with more features. Yes, there are a few cam girls but inherently not adult, more classy girls whose brands do not necessarily have anything to do with nudity. Our stars are influencers with large social followings who use IMG to engage with their followers and monetize their followings. Fitness stars, glam girls, fashion bloggers, and so on.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/curtissilv ... on=true[Other Platforms]do not have discovery, or even a homepage. Models are alone on an island marketing themselves,” Seinfeld continues. “IsMyGirl has over one million social media followers and our partners INKED have over 35 million. We actively market our models socially. Being partnered with a mainstream publisher is quite a different type of credibility and marketing and promotion we do for our models. Others are just about content, ours is about exclusivity and interaction.