How to get more fans on Fan-topia

When you join F-T to get more fans on Fan-top and create content to share your passion or make some money, the thing usually on people’s minds is “fans” – so it can be quite disappointing when you don’t see them flock to your page, but here are some “troubleshooting” tips to help you get more fans on Fan-topia

Get more fans on Fan-topia a full guide

1. Amount of content and value

This is one of the most common problems. We get a lot of established creators coming over (which is awesome, thank you) however, when you come over from a platform with 6 months worth of content, 100+posts and it is $10/m – fans see the value. Then you set the same subscription here with 5 posts, fans don’t subscribe. Why is this? Value. Explore the option of possibly lowering your subscription to begin or, use our service mentioned below.

In order to help with this, we offer a free service to help you bring your older content over – meaning it saves you time, downtime and money – so let us know if you need help.\

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2. Losing your link in lists

This is another common one why you are not getting more fans on Fan-Topia. We see some creators have a HUGE list of platforms they are advertising, and Fan-Topia gets lost or thrown at the bottom as an after thought. With our payout structure of 92.5%, we would suggest putting ours right at the top. This means you have the greatest potential for earning the largest amount.

We have also looked at some of the largest and most successful creators – they don’t have huge lists. Just one or two. Again, we recommend that ours be at the top – this means you are earning the most possible from your fans without losing as much in fees like you do on other platforms.

This is an example of just TOO many links – and ours being lost at the bottom, losing this creator’s huge income.
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3. Not advertising

Your fan page is a business. You have to advertise it. While we do promote creators on site, on our Twitter and Instagram, this isn’t enough. Your content, your personality is what your fans want. You have to let the world know that you’re here! Once your fans know you’re here, they will come – we promise you that.

So there you have it – 3 main reasons fans aren’t finding you. If you need any help, or you’re doing all the right things but not getting results, let us know – let’s see how we can help.