Australian model and wife of former AFL player Chris Judd, Rebecca Judd, has reportedly introduced a new subscription service that will allow her fans to access exclusive content on her Instagram page for a monthly fee of $7.59.
According to the model, she would allow paid subscribers to “get behind the scenes” of her projects and social events.
Through the subscription service, fans would be able to message the WAG, something they can’t currently do.
In a post about her new venture, Judd asked her followers if they needed advice on any aspect of their lives. She also shared more details about the project on her Instagram Stories.
In response to a question about the subscription service, Judd noted that it’s an added option to her account, and that her normal account would remain free.
She also said that she would start seeing more subscription accounts on Instagram, as these have been gaining popularity in the US.
In a video accompanying her post, the model said that her fans would be able to know what they get with their subscription.
Upon enabling the subscription service, Judd noted that it was a new experience for her. She said that she had been following several people in the US who were already subscribers, and that she was able to see that they were also eligible for it.
The subscription service will allow her fans to get behind the scenes of her projects and social events, and she said that she would also start posting more content about her design process. She noted that she would allow paid subscribers to get a deeper understanding of her work.
After enabling the subscription service, Judd said that she had been receiving messages from her fans asking her to help them pick tiles for their homes, as well as where to start when it came to furnishing their townhouses.
She also noted that she would be able to provide her paid subscribers with various business advice. In a follow-up video, the model apologized to her fans for using a filter.
While some of her fans immediately signed up for the subscription service, others were more cautious.
One of her fans noted that she was being charged for the privilege of “influence” her followers, which means that they would be buying something that she had already promoted.
This was a bit of a shock to see, as it seemed that people were still not being smart enough to pay for the services advertised to them.