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Love Fifty Shades of Grey and/or Seattle? Since Valentine’s Day is approaching fast, why not think about this jewelry from Zazzle and Cafepress?

We aim to please! key chains
We aim to please! key chains by stineshop
Create unique personalized picture key chains.

Yes, I know it is a key chain and not jewelry, but hey… 🙂

Space Needle Purple Dream Ring

Space Needle Purple Dream Ring

Seattle Space Needle Firewor Silver Heart Necklace

Seattle Space Needle Firewor Silver Heart Necklace

„Love Seattle Photo Collage Large Landscape“ Pet Tag

„Love Seattle Photo Collage Large Landscape“ Pet Tag

Seattle Space Needle Heart Wine Charm

Seattle Space Needle Heart Wine Charm

Funky Space Needle Collage Cufflinks

Funky Space Needle Collage Cufflinks

Escala Seattle Yellow Green Collage Dog Tags

Escala Seattle Yellow Green Collage Dog Tags

Seattle Grey Shades Wrist Watch
Seattle Grey Shades Wrist Watch by stineshop
Check out other Wristwatches at Zazzle

Seattle Escala Stars Silver Portrait Charm

Seattle Escala Stars Silver Portrait Charm

Escala Seattle Blue Cufflinks

Escala Seattle Blue Cufflinks

„Striped Space Needle“ Necklace

„Striped Space Needle“ Necklace

Seattle Space Needle Triptych Silver Portrait Necklace

Seattle Space Needle Triptych Silver Portrait Necklace

Shades of Red Space Needle Tie Clip

Shades of Red Space Needle Tie Clip

 

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This post is not only useful for Zazzle sellers, it does also apply for Cafepress, Etsy, Ebay or any other website or product you want to promote.

Most Twitter members make one simple but huge fault:

They join Twitter, tweet some messages and are crushed that their “promotion” does not have any effect.

If this sounds like your experience, you did it all wrong.

Sorry to say this but Twitter is an easy website for free promotion but you need to do it the right way!

It has no use sending out tweets and then hoping to sell something. Twitter is a social website, so you need to be social!

What you have to do in order to generate success through Twitter:

  1. Find Twitter users with similar interests and related tweets. Use the search box on tip of the Twitter page and search for a relevant topic, e.g. Zazzle. Then follow some users who share the same interest.
  2. When you see related tweets (e.g. about Zazzle), click on “retweet” and share their tweets! That way you spread their word and most Twitter users are very likely to go to your profile, follow your tweets and retweet what you had to say!
  3. When you receive a notification from Twitter that someone followed you, check out their profile and follow them back!
  4. When you receive a notification that some has re-tweeted a tweet than it is your duty to retweet one of their tweets!

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Once you get the ball rolling, your “circle” of retweeting users will grow and so will your influence!

I myself make it a daily habit to check my emails for notifications and then I actively follow back and retweet.

What I do not like at all are people who do not return the courtesy of re-tweeting. They got it all wrong, are probably still hoping for some success through Twitter and will eventually fail.

So, let’s all retweet and grow our success together, shall we?

You can find me on http://www.twitter.com/stine1_online and don’t forget to retweet 🙂

Many Zazzle sellers and affiliates fail to get many sales to earn them decent money. Read this article to receive some help.

Zazzle is an international print-on-demand service. You can shop millions of great gift ideas and presents. But they also let you design your own items with your photos or art on them and then you can sell them in a free shop. You earn royalty for every sale of your own products or 15% when you refer any sale as their affiliate.

Zazzle Stamps (Photo credit: qthrul)

I am actively designing and selling on Zazzle for less than one year and have several sales per week. My articles and blog entries on Triond or my blog Zizzling Zazzle are my proof that you can earn a decent amount without having much to do.

Many Zazzlers keep asking me what I am doing and what they need to do to increase sales and earnings on Zazzle. I have written some articles about it and I have also written my first pretty comprehensive eBook that might help you, too!

It is available on Amazon for the Kindle and on Smashwords in many more formats:

Effective but FREE marketing for your Zazzle shop and products

The good thing about my method is that it is absolutely FREE but EFFECTIVE! Before I thought about promoting my work the way I promote it now, I had maybe one sale per month. Now I have several per week and sometimes even one or more per day!

Isn’t this cool?

The second good thing about my method is that everyone can do it! You don’t need much time, you don’t have to invest any money. E with 5 minutes per day, you should be able to see an increase very soon. Furthermore, the eBook is written for everyone to understand it. I write about things everyone can do. If you have signed up for Zazzle and have already created one or a few items, then you have all it takes to understand my eBook! You don’t need to be an IT expert.

Here are some excerpts from reviews that I have received:

“So much information, clearly stated and easy to follow, I am going to use these tips to help promote my zazzle shop.” Review by: Diane H

“This book is very good for a beginner or one that has yet to figuring out how to market themselves.” Review by: Tina Shaskus

“Making a store on zazzle is very easy, but if you don’t know what to do next, what’s the point? Even for a beginner, such as myself, this book is very easy to follow. In this first book, she walks you through the steps to help make your store successful. Drawing on her own experiences, this book will help guide you on the best ways to promote your products.” Review by: Ann LaMar

And do you know what’s absolutely BEST about my eBook? It does not only work with Zazzle products! It does also work with Cafepress, Etsy, FineArtAmerica, RedBubble, Society6 and every other shop you want to promote!

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Image via CrunchBase

 

 

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