This post is my first update on my journey so far. If you have been following the journey, or just intrigued to know what I have been up to those past 5 months, then I invite you to read on.
First of all, this is not exactly a “quarter-year,” but I only thought of this post about two weeks ago or so, and I was either going to do it now and be a little behind on the “quarter” part, or wait for it to be like half a year update or something. But I eventually decided to just do it now.
I felt like I should have a post where I document what has been going well for me so far on this journey and what needs improvement. So that I can have an overview of where I am exactly.
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, Printful, and Shopify.
Attention! Before getting involved with Redbubble, please read this update first.
Online business is an umbrella term to so many types of businesses. It can be both an active income and a passive income source. There are various methods to run a business online and I went through 5 of the passive income ones in this previous post 5 Online Businesses That Work.
In this post, I’m discussing one of the methods I have tried myself which is selling print-on-demand products online. I tried several websites and here I will be sharing the pros and cons through my experience with Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, Printful, and Shopify.