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I had almost forgotten about OhMyPrints after my first sale there in October 2019. I had uploaded a few more photos and then waited for more sales. Like I do with all my new print on demand websites. So I was rather surprised about a sale in September 2020 which I would like to show you:

 Seattle Space Needle von Christine aka stine1

Seattle Space Needle von Christine aka stine1

OhMyPrint focusses on the European market and this one sale of a canvas print had made me upload more of my travel photos. That reminds me I need to get back to their uploader right away 🙂

My sales on theKase have dropped this summer significally so I will sum a few months up. Let me show you my sales from July, August, September and October 2015 so that you can see the decrease. I have also not added more designs because all of them get denied and I am tired of writing to support to get them added with a “sorry” from them telling me they are restructuring their site and overthinking their design policies. How many months do you have to reconsider?

Christine aka stine1 on theKase - Sales from July 2015

Christine aka stine1 on theKase – Sales from July 2015

 

Christine aka stine1 on theKase - Sales from August 2015

Christine aka stine1 on theKase – Sales from August 2015

 

Christine aka stine1 on theKase - Sales from September 2015

Christine aka stine1 on theKase – Sales from September 2015

 

Christine aka stine1 on theKase - Sales from October 2015

Christine aka stine1 on theKase – Sales from October 2015

Overall, I am getting pretty discouraged with my sales and hope I will make it to a second cashout sometime soon. €100 is a lot to achieve with only a few sales per month.

GrabYourDesign is a new French operated print-on-demand site that is currently recruiting artists. I had received an email and signed up in order to check them out. Their conditions seem fair (cash out limit is €30, they pay with bank transfer or Paypal), you can set your royalty to 5% to 25%, the standard is 10%. Creating products (cases for smartphones, ebook readers and tablets plus flip flops and mouse pads) is quick and easy and approval is granted quickly. I am currently building my store, uploading my designs.

GrabYourDesigns.com might be a great alternative to theKase which is currently not accepting new designs as they intend to restructure their site. So why not check out my gallery? 🙂

Christine aka stine1 on GrabYourDesign

Christine aka stine1 on GrabYourDesign

Fruitfish is my latest adventure in testing POD (print-on-demand) websites. They are Taiwanese and I hope this will open up a new target group and market for my designs and photos. Creating products is pretty easy, it takes about as long as uploading all the different sizes for Society6.

Please check out my products here:

http://fruitfish.tw

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