The adult content site OnlyF teamed up with Spring to create stores that sell naughty holiday gifts on their platform.
The partnership between Spring and OnlyF will give artists the opportunity to sell more than 120 products. These include t-shirts, mugs and phone cases that are branded with custom slogans. Sellers can name their price and the revenue split will be the same as any other ecommerce store. Amaze recently acquired the merch vendor, which was previously part of the ecommerce company called Amaze. This vendor has integrations with platforms like YouTube and Facebook.
OnlyF partners with 3 million small businesses through its monetization tool. The company doesn’t take any of the revenue produced via subscriptions, with 20% of the sales taken by OnlyF. CEO Ami Gan stated in a press release that OnlyF partners with over 3 million creators.
Just last year, OnlyF considered eliminating sexually explicit materials from its platform. However, Gan took over the position of the platform’s top administrator after the idea was quashed. Although this decision was reversed, the platform hasn’t abandoned safe-for-work content. OFTV launched a popular app that features original shows with no nudity. Currently, the app offers two subscription options for creators to make extra money.
Paige VanZant, a UFC athlete turned TikTok star, is one of the first creators to commercially use the new Spring integration. Her OnlyF account features an NSFW store full of risque merchandise. If you want to advertise your “weak pullout game” with a backpack, you can go right to her store.