Amaze partners with OnlyFans to sell merchandise

Amaze announced creator platform OnlyFans has integrated its Spring platform to allow creators for the first time to sell personalized merchandise to their fans. OnlyFans Creators will be able to connect their Spring stores directly to their profile pages, allowing OnlyFans Creators to create and sell physical and digital merchandise, such as T-shirts, calendars, and puzzles, directly to their fans. Creators who open a Spring store can seamlessly integrate it within their OnlyFans profile, making it easier to connect fans to their products and further grow their business.

Paige VanZant store

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship fighter and model Paige VanZant was one of the first OnlyFans creators to take advantage of the Spring store feature. VanZant designed a wide variety of custom merchandise–stickers, notebooks, backpacks, and apparel–which are now for sale direct.

This new e-commerce integration is part of OnlyFans’ commitment to adding features – like the recent Statistics page, which helps creators make informed business decisions and monetize their creative output, according to OnlyFans.

“Our creator community was looking for merchandise options to be able to share another side of their business with fans,” said Ami Gan, CEO, OnlyFans. “As a creator-first organization, there are over 3 million creators on OnlyFans, meaning over 3 million small businesses now have access to a new monetization tool.”

Aaron Day, CEO, Amaze

“Amaze cares about creator monetization, and by bringing new products and functionality, we put the power in the hands of the creator,” said Aaron Day, CEO of Amaze. “This integration with OnlyFans enables a whole set of motivated creators with a new revenue stream and opportunity to connect with their fans in a new, innovative way.”