An OnlyFans creator has announced she is hiring a paid personal assistant to help her with everyday tasks, including building content for the site.
Her subscription fee costs S$31 (£19) a month, with fans able to also converse with Hartie and request exclusive customised content.
Now she’s after a PA to help her with the administrative side of her job, while also assisting with the content itself.
Hartie posted the job advert on her website, specifying that the role would come with a salary of $5,200-$5,800.
Requirements listed include an ability to travel and proficiency in photography, with videography skills being a ‘plus’.
The successful candidate will be managing her collaboration with other international creators while also working ‘closely’ with her to build content for her OnlyFans platform.
They will also manage her social media and create ‘eye-catching visuals and captions’, as well as coordinate travel and events arrangements, and schedule appointments and meetings.
Prospective applicants should sent their portfolio and CV to Hartie via email at [email protected].
According to the Daily Star, it didn’t take long for Hartie’s first candidate to put themselves forward, even offering to clean her toilets.
She posted a screenshot of the email, which said: "Hi, my name is [covered], willing to do anything for 4k– per month, can do anything, [I can] also wash [the] toilet. Btw, if you [are] gonna screenshot this please blur out my name.”
Another OnlyFans creator recently revealed how she managed to reach the top 0.4 percent on the platform after handing control of her life over to her subscribers.
Student Laurie, from France, joined the site a few weeks ago, but rather than just post saucy pics and videos, she decided to deploy 'a concept never seen before on this platform'.
"I let the fans control my whole life," the 23-year-old told LADbible.
"Every decision of my life, important or not. They will have control."
The Parisian - aka Live with Laurie - has been posting polls on Telegram, which anyone can vote on freely, before posting the results on her OnlyFans page.
The polls could cover anything from what she should have for lunch to whether she should gamble all of her earnings at the casino.
Subscribers can also suggest poll ideas.
Of course, while this is undeniably an intriguing social experiment, there's good reason why we're taught not to trust strangers, so Laurie has a few guidelines in place.
"I will not accept a poll which could put me in danger, harm someone, or be hateful," she explained.
"I have no regrets, I don't know yet where this experience will lead. I'll leave it up to the fans to choose the next polls. I'm excited to see where it all goes.
"The poll online right now is whether I should give $100 (£86) to a fan."
Read the full LADbible interview with Laurie here.
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