9 Best Print On Demand Sites For Artists (Comparison)

9 Best Print On Demand Sites For Artists (Comparison) - https://startupbonsai.com Avatar Posted by adamjayc under Marketing
From https://startupbonsai.com 53 days ago
Made Hot by: SimplySmallBiz on August 14, 2022 2:51 pm
Hoping to sell your artwork on custom POD products? Check out these popular print on demand sites for artists to explore all of your options...





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Written by lyceum
44 days ago

Adam: Thanks for your encouragement! I appreciate it very much! :)

Btw: I will be streaming live directly from my website in the future. ;)

All the Best,

Martin



Written by lyceum
45 days ago

Adam: Hi again! Thanks asking me about my "last" site. I have several accountable buddies right now! :)

The first version of the site will be a sort of MVP with an about me (I have to figure You = potential client perspective) page, blog section, and contact details. I want to have a page for resources, referral links, etc., in the near future.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
45 days ago

Hi Martin,

That's excellent. An MVP is always the way to go with website launches like this I reckon. Anything you add to the site in future will be far easier as you'll have that solid foundation in place.



Written by lyceum
45 days ago

Adam: That is my idea! My "last" site will give me a bit of peace of mind, and then more work! LOL! It is coming along fine. With my interest in real money, e.g., gold bug, silver prepper, and now Satoshis stacker, I have found a new Why and a new target audience. The site will be my "proof of work," and eating my own "dog food" (as a tea person). I am drinking the rational and positive version of "Kool-Aid" (read the beverage from the Camellia sinensis plant, i.e., tea). :)

ETA: During the autumn, and before the big book fair and election in Sweden in September.

Best Premises,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
45 days ago

Glad it's all coming a long well. I'm looking forward to the autumn - will be great to see how the site looks.

- Adam



Written by lyceum
45 days ago

Adam: Thanks for your response. I have several stores, but I haven't figured out how to go forward with it. For example, I got accepted by Amazon Merch, but I did not manage to upload print material. I have some linked to my podcasts, and material for my first book on (black) tea.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
45 days ago

Maybe it would work well having your 'last site' to be a central hub and unify your products/offerings that you have across different stores.

Also, is there any news on your 'last site' and when it may launch?

- Adam



Written by lyceum
46 days ago

Thanks for the information! A merch store for Blogging Wizard would be cool! I have to get some help to coordinate my different stores, products, etc., related to my passion for tea.



Written by adamjayc
46 days ago

I think it would too. I’ll have to take a closer look at this when I’ve got some free time. But from reviewing Sellfy in-depth I can see the process being quite easy.

Do you have different stores live at the moment related to your tea passion? Or are these future plans?



Written by lyceum
46 days ago

Adam: Do you have an e-commerce store?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
46 days ago

I spent a good number of years working with clients in the e-commerce space but I’ve yet to launch my own store. When I do, it’ll be more for selling courses and digital products, likely ebooks.

Most of these recent articles came about as a combination of requests from my readers and the need to evaluate platforms for my own use in the future.

But, we’ve got so into doing these types of posts as of late that I’ve pushed back plans for launching my course and digital products.

Quick question: what do you think of the idea of launching a merchandise store for Blogging Wizard?



Written by lyceum
47 days ago

Adam: Do you have a favorite at the moment?



Written by adamjayc
47 days ago

There’s three I like most right now.

Sellfy is my favourite overall because it allows the creation of a simple ecommerce store fast and can sell POD merch, physical products, and digital products.

Then, there’s Printify and Printful. These are best for those who already have an existing ecommerce store or want to sell via a platform like Etsy.

The former is better for price while the latter better for overall quality.



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