New E-Book: How to Get Started on Zazzle

Do you want to make money online? If so, Zazzle is a great way to do it. We’ve often referred to the network of multiple stores (Your Shop of Shops) Pete has built using Zazzle. Now, with more than 30,000 products as of this writing, we are continuing to double our last year’s sales every month. Pete has attained Zazzle Pro Seller status through all this hard work, and now he has written a Quick Start Guide to help you begin to make money online with Zazzle, too.

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This Zazzle book is INCREDIBLE!! Best thing I’ve seen yet on how to get started on Zazzle! Excellent!!! – Becky Blanton

Zazzle’s model lets you sell products without the hassle of keeping and inventory or shipping items to customers. Using the site’s features, you can design hundreds of different products from t-shirts and bumper stickers, to smartphone cases and skins for electronic items such as iPads and laptops. When one of your designs is purchased from the Zazzle site, the company will produce the item and ship it to your customer, often within 24 to 48 hours.

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We’ve found Zazzle to be a great way to support our goals of location independence and work-life integration. All you need is an internet connection to create products and keep track of your sales. You don’t have to worry about inventory or mailing costs. Your design goes up and is available for someone to buy as long as you want. You can create as many different stores within Zazzle as you like, and you can earn referral fees when a customer purchases from another Zazzler, as well. And your earnings are deposited into your PayPal account every month. This kind of diversification and convenience fits in with the idea of work being something you do, as opposed to someplace you go.

All of this versatility is very appealing, but it can be intimidating to get started on Zazzle. While the process is simple and sequential, it can seem complicated to a beginner. And even though there is plenty of documentation and help on the Zazzle site, Pete often thought it would have been so much easier for him to get started with a simple, step-by-step guide instead of having to track down the information and learn on his own. Voila! “How to Get Started on Zazzle” was born!

As a Zazzler myself, my first thought was, “Oh, how I wish I had this tutorial when I set up my first store”. Although the learning curve can be steep, Pete’s ebook makes the process of setting up a store and creating products easily understandable. Although it’s possible to learn without a “how-to guide,” if you value your time, I highly recommend “How to Get Started on Zazzle” as a time saving,  quick-step guide which will quickly put you on the path to earning that supplemental income you’re dreaming of. – Barbara Swafford, Blogging Without a Blog – Your Blogging Classroom on the Web

We’ve priced “How to Get Started on Zazzle” at an incredible value! Just $5 will get you started on the road to additional income. Zazzle is a wonderful, easy way to make money online, and who knows, it could be the start of a wonderful adventure!

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi Betsy and Pete – great news – and I may well pop over and grab a copy ..

    One question .. do you think I could post ebooks with pics there – not sure how it would work .. ie my castle posts? or last year’s countryside ones?

    Cheers Hilary
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    • Betsy Wuebker says

      Hi Hilary – You could post a link to an e-book in an existing store, but to actually sell the e-book you’d want to use a service like e-junkie or Lulu. Zazzle is for physical products like cellphone cases, coffee mugs, t-shirts, etc. Hope this helps or feel free to PM. :)

  2. says

    Hi Betsy .. great – thanks .. you’ve sort of answered two ‘queries’ in one reply – thank you!! Explains a couple of things .. cheers Hilary

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  1. […] So think about what you might have to sell and where you might sell it. If you’d like to make money online, you can set up the way your product sells without a lot of effort on your part (like online downloadable, for example).  Then you have “passive income,” meaning you’ve done the work once and it sells over and over again. E-books, 3rd party Produce on Demand online stores like Zazzle or CafePress, Squidoo and other passive income sources are easy to search for and identify. Pete has written a nice little $5 e-book about how to make money online with Zazzle which might be of interest: How to Get Started on Zazzle […]

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