Things you need to know before you start selling on print-on-demand websites; plus some tricks on how to promote your products and make sales.
Platforms discussed in this post are Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, and Printful.
Attention! Before getting involved with Redbubble, please read this update first.
Online business can be considered as an active income and a passive income option. And there are various methods to run a business online. I went through 5 of the passive income ones in last week’s post 5 Online Businesses That Work.
In this post, however, I’m discussing the method I have tried so far which is selling products online. I tried several websites and here I will be sharing the pros and cons through my experience with Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, and Printful. (You can jump to Zazzle’s section to skip the intro.)
Everyone is looking for ways to make money online, because who doesn’t want to be able to increase their income while sat at home.
However, there is a lot of methods out there that just don’t seem to work, in this post, I share with you 5 methods that do work.
This has been a hard post to put down because there is a crazy number of methods where you can make money online. Not all of them will make someone rich of course, but they do add up. However, I figured I better not overwhelm myself by trying to list every single one of them, but rather choose the ones that would actually have a decent return of money over time.
This post introduces the meaning of passive income, the different sources where you can achieve it, and 4 ways through which you can invest in real estate as a passive income option.
Plus some tips if you’re looking for passive income ways in Egypt specifically.
Disclaimer: I am an engineer. I have nothing to do with finances and I do not give any financial advice. Thank you.
Real estate investing is considered one of the major sources of generating passive income. Anyone who is looking to get into the realm of financial freedom has to have real estate at the top of their investments list.
However, not everyone knows how to get involved in this business and most people think that you need to have a huge capital to start in such investment, but this is not true.
As I approached the last few days of October, which were the last days left for my 30-day notice, I was thinking of what I will do next. To be honest, I was getting a little bit nervous about the idea of not having a salary by the end of the next month.
And although I only pay for my own expenses and no one is depending on me financially, I still felt like this was a somewhat risky step, but as is the case with taking risks, you measure the possible losses and the possible gains, and, in this situation, the possible gains to me weighed a lot more.
In case anyone is ever wondering.
I’m starting this blog as a way to track and document my very unsettling and skeptic journey of achieving financial freedom and starting my own business (and, you know, becoming my own boss!).
The reason I use words like “skeptic” and “unsettling,” and I would go as far as saying frightening and insane, is that I don’t personally know anyone who’s ever done this before.
At least not someone who didn’t initially have a huge sum of money (because they come from a rich family or so) to start with. Everyone I know follows the typical “active income” lifestyle: A day job and a salary for the hours they worked at the end of the month and that is it. And most of them live a month-to-month kind of life.
So, I am certainly taking a huge leap of faith here!
But before I take you on my journey, here’s a brief background about me first.