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We have an email list (our users) and would like to monetize it, but not relating it to our company business. How to find a not very strict affiliate program that would be ok just giving us a product page, so we could target it in our emails? Would appreciate any thought on it.
 
We have an email list (our users) and would like to monetize it, but not relating it to our company business.
Assuming the list is a legitimate opt in --is 3rd party permission given or not?

If it is; just set up a shadow company (legally file a DBA or a wholly owned LLC entity) with a separate MID for processing ...
That is assuming you do not want to compete with yourself ... and not running a spam list ...
 
Well if its in a specific niche then you just need to find an affiliate offer related and for this you can go to sesrch on clickbank or go to google and type your niche + affiliate program and google will show you offers related to your niche
 
You could try using blogmail, they have a monetization product. Or you could join an affiliate network and put ads in the footers of your emails. Ideally, if you own a product, you could upsell them on something else (ideally a subscription).
 
if there is anything thing you need to know is your users concent. they need to know . after this , you can try out some email newletter service to montize it
 
When seeking an affiliate program to monetize your email list without a direct link to your company's business, consider platforms like Amazon Associates, ShareASale, or CJ Affiliate. These programs offer a wide range of products, and you can select relevant ones for your audience without strict business alignment. Additionally, explore affiliate networks that provide flexibility in product promotion. Ensure compliance with affiliate program policies and regulations while tailoring your email content to seamlessly integrate affiliate product recommendations for your users. Hope this helps! Good luck!
 
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