I heard good reviews about Redbubble. So, in January I pulled the trigger and opened my own Redbubble shop. My attitude is not to be on to many Print-On-Demand platform. It will cause too much maintenance which can’t be justified by the meager sales you get. So why start another shop then? There is a… Continue reading Will my Redbubble shop be a success?
Your Amazon Merch designs will be deleted and that is a good thing. Last year I started with Amazon Merch, a new print on demand platform. Since Amazon has more than sixty million Amazon Prime account (and counting), that makes Amazon Merch a great opportunity for anyone who’s looking for a large audience. If only… Continue reading Your Amazon Merch designs will be deleted
At the moment I’m struggling curating my stale products in all of my Zazzle shops. Zazzle itself made changes in its policy regarding stale product. Not anymore six months without views and sales, but a generous fifteen months. Zazzle had quite some trouble to get the views count fixed, daily counts were useless and counts… Continue reading Struggling curating stale products in Zazzle shops
Surely many of you have once in your life to deal with the question: “How to deal with a noisy anti social neighbor?”. And so have I. I’ve been living in my apartment for more than twenty three years. It is a small apartment building of six households. Not always the relationship with a neighbor… Continue reading Anti Social Neighbor How to Deal with a noisy one
Years ago I set up a Cafepress shop for the Dutch Mars Society. Cafepress was the place to go for print-on-demand t-shirts. I always found the user interface unfriendly and difficult. Soon after I discovered Zazzle and was impressed how Zazzle implemented their user interface. I left the Cafepress shop for what it was and… Continue reading Cafepress shop setup alongside Zazzle