Working with Zazzle and other Print On Demand partners is a large part of our personal income diversification strategy.
Over the years we’ve found resources that help you gain an edge for your own Zazzle and POD efforts. And, sensing the need for additional information, Pete has written e-books that provide easy-to-understand instructions and strategies to maximize the time you spend on your Zazzle store.
ZazzleHow2 – Information and Resources to Accelerate Your Zazzle Experience.
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FREE E-Book: How to Get Started on Zazzle – If you are a beginner with Zazzle, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Just for newbies, this e-book is the definitive guide to get your Zazzle store up and running in two hours or less. Quickly gets you up to speed on designing products and takes the mystery out of referring sales on products that other Zazzlers have designed for multiple sources of income.
E-Book: More Products, Less Time: A How-To Zazzle E-Book – Increase your production efficiency! More products in less time! You’ll discover plenty of sources for designs – public domain images, custom shapes and fun fonts. PLUS, you will learn ways you can speed things up: increase your product creation efficiency without sacrificing quality. After over 100,000 products ourselves, we’ve learned a lot, and this e-book shares it with you!
E-Book: Public Domain Images on the Web, by Sara Jane Bennet. This comprehensive sixty-page e-book answers the question “Where can I get images I can use on my web site/blog/online store?” Explanations of copyright law, what to watch out for, and how to determine if an image is in the public domain. This book includes reviews for 34 web sites with public domain or Creative Commons licensed images, with examples.
Add to your free image resource list: WeGraphics. Featured in our Zazzle eNewsletter, WeGraphics has many free graphics that can be used commercially for your Zazzle designs. Subscription options for inexpensive images start at $7 for one month’s access to everything they offer. We purchased the annual subscription for $69, thinking that this option provided us with the most flexibility.
AWeber is a great marketing partner to get the word out about your store. We’ve found the AWeber interface easy to use when creating emails for your list. Plus, their statistical information can’t be beat! We can attest to their fantastic customer service ethic, and their helpful knowledge base is the best! Use this link for a great deal!
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