“Always be reading. Go to the library. There’s magic in being surrounded by books. Get lost in the stacks. Read bibliographies. It’s not the book you start with, it’s the book that book leads you to.”
— Austin Kleon
Reading a good book is one of my favourite things to do. But I passed with three different stages of reading love. I fell in love with reading sometime in high school. First, I loved it because it would immerse me in a whole different world. I enjoyed old-English novels and plays. I would open a book and all of a sudden I’m walking into someone’s castle in 1840. It was magical and as close as it gets to time-travel.
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.)