I have recently started a store at zazzle and i am enjoying there. (havent been paid yet). However, i have also heard some good reviews about redbubble and society6 when it comes to selling artwork- Are any of the fellow hubbers on these sites and what's your view.
I recently started on Zazzle and have about 45 items in my store now. I published a webpage yesterday on another site that features a Zazzle product. I went into some detail about the sad face clown image I used. Then, I linked my clown hub (which has that product on it) and the other site together. It seems like a lot of work for one Zazzle product, but I plan on doing more of that.
I have a friend who is a Pro Seller on Zazzle, but he has a dozen stores and thousands of products, and has been at it for years.
I like the idea of selling other people's designs, and Brands, too. The more stores and products one has links out there to, with their ID on them, the better chance of making sales.
I have a friend who just designs t-shirts on RedBubblew and has developed his own brand, and has been doing well with sales over the years.
I've sold on both Zazzle and RedBubble. I like the layout, and the ability to sort products into groups, at RedBubble, but the traffic and sales are better for me at Zazzle.
by Yvonne L B 4 years ago
I am so tired of trying to second guess the requirements. It seems that it takes 2-3 edits to go from UF engagement to Feature. Could someone please check out my recent edit which I edited again after getting the circle? I removed 1 of the 2 Zazzle links and another to a blog which may have been...
by Shadaan Alam 4 years ago
I think it would be so good if we can add the zazzle products to our hubs via Zazzle Capsule just like We do it for Amazon. It will help us improve traffic and of course earnings.
by Satori 8 years ago
Authoring Hubs is about sharing and spreading ideas. Most of what we do is word-based, and a capsule to show off related Zazzle stuff would be an eye-catching way to allow readers interested in those ideas to buy products which celebrate them, such as relevant designs, graphics, statements,...
by tnvrstar 5 years ago
When it comes to selling products, do you prefer Amazon or eBay Affiliate?How much have you earned so far from eBay or Amazon affiliate?
by Troy Yarbrough 4 years ago
Are we allowed to promote Zazzle products in our hubs?I believe at one time HubPages allowed writers to promote Zazzle products, or am I thinking of another writing platform?
by OSBERT JOEL C 4 years ago
Why do people prefer Apple products than any others?
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