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I’d like to present my most popular photo edit which is not only available on MANY products from Zazzle but also from a lot of other POD websites. I’d like to present the most beautiful products for you, maybe you like it too 🙂

#330133 Santa Monica Pier Grey Sparkles - buy as art prints, canvas prints or other formats from Photo4Me

#330133 Santa Monica Pier Grey Sparkles – buy as art prints, canvas prints or other formats from Photo4Me

Photo4Me let’s you create wonderful wall art, mainly posters, canvas prints or acrylic prints. I have not yet sold anything on there and they only let you upload 1 file every 24 hours so it’s a slow earner.

Santa Monica Pier Grey Sparkles Photo Edit Shirt from Printallover.me

Santa Monica Pier Grey Sparkles Photo Edit Shirt from Printallover.me

Printallover.me is a very interesting site. It’s speciality are all over prints, which you can see on this t-shirt. They also feature canvas bags, pillows, shirts, dresses and even curtains! My account over there is also pretty new, no sales yet.

Grey Sparkling Santa Monica Pier Sport Metal Watch on Cowcow.com

Grey Sparkling Santa Monica Pier Sport Metal Watch on Cowcow.com

On Cowcow.com I already had one small sale which is not too bad. They have a gazillion of products to add your photos to and very low prices. Quality is not the best with all of them but I can’t find many bad reviews.

Sparkling grey Santa Monica Pier Framed Art Print from Society6.com

Sparkling grey Santa Monica Pier Framed Art Print from Society6.com

Society6.com does have beautiful art prints and the usual alternatives (canvas print, tote bags, pillows, wall clocks). Their latest products are rugs and shower curtains but you need huge photos for them. I am waiting on my first sale there, too.

Sparkling Grey Santa Monica Pier Greeting Card from RedBubble

Sparkling Grey Santa Monica Pier Greeting Card from RedBubble

RedBubble features posters, greeting cards, the usual art prints, laptop and smartphones cases and various t-shirts and alike.

Zazzle is still my best earning pod website, and this postcard is my most popular item. I am selling it on a very regular basis and am happy about every sale.

 

I am also pretty new on Cafepress and have not yet sold very much. I think they offer a good variety of products, definitely more than you can find on Zazzle. And the quality is better than on Cowcow.com. Would love to see you over there 🙂

I have also created a Pinterest board for this design:

Santa Monica Pier Grey Sparkles Photo Edit

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This my friends, is probably the biggest mystery about Zazzle: How the hell (please excuse my language) can you encourage Zazzle to sell your products on Amazon?

While Cafepress markets your products openly on Amazon and even Ebay, Zazzle does not answer any questions regarding Amazon. But there are many items on Amazon world-wide that are from Zazzle. They are doing it so secretely, that I only found out about it after googling my shopname “stineshop”. I regularly do this and can only recommend it as you get a variety of websites that are helping to sell your stuff from Zazzle. I love going there and showing some love, e.g. by tweeting their websites or pinning my own products. Sorry, I am a wh*re for social networking *lol*

So anyway, one day I came across one of my Zazzle products on Amazon and almost fell off my chair. Could you believe it? I didn’t – at first. And then I wanted to find out what I have to do to actively add my products to Amazon. In case you don’t know, Amazon is so huge, it is the best thing that can happen to a Zazzle seller since it brings your products to a whole new market.

Unfortunately, I have not yet found out what you have to do to get your Zazzle items included in Amazon’s online shop. But believe, I am working on finding it out! One theory is that they include your most popular designs. But they only do this for a short time. Items you find today might not be available in two weeks. During the last couple of months I had seen several of my products on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and even Amazon.de come and go. Whenever I am selling one particual item twice per week, I can be sure that it is on Amazon. It was the case with my “Hot TEA-cher mug” and my “Santa Monica Pier Green Orange Sparkles Edit Gel Mouse Mat” which I had just sold three times in two weeks before Christmas and all three of them to the UK – it’s listed on Amazon.co.uk 🙂

These are my current products on Amazon:


Santa Monica Beach – Sparkling Pink Photo Edit Clocks


Hei er Lehrer – lustiges Wortspiel des HEISSEN Tassen

Santa Monica Pier Green Orange Sparkles Edit Gel Mouse Mats

Santa Monica Pier Green Orange Sparkles Edit Gel Mouse Mats

 

Ok, so I have received an email from Zazzle support about one of the images I had used yesterday to create new products in bulk (through quick create templates) and I honestly do not understand the reason. This is the email they had sent me:

Dear stineshop,

Thank you for being a Zazzle Seller.

You recently used our Quick Product Create tool to upload a number of new designs. Unfortunately, one or more of your designs is in violation of Zazzle’s content guidelines. Because of the way that our Quick Product Create tool works, we are unable to accept parts of an upload. We must either accept all of it or none of it. Therefore, in this case, we cannot accept the entire batch of products in your recent upload.

Below, we have listed all of the products in your upload and have identified, with reasons, the image(s) that are a problem. If you make corrections to the products with problems, or delete them from the batch, we will be happy to accept your products and designs.

We apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment that you may have experienced. Please see our User Agreement, Content Guidelines and Copyright Policies for a more detailed explanation of our policies. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at content_review@zazzle.com and reference the Batch ID below.

Best Regards,
The Zazzle Content Review Team

 

Reason Not Approved: Intellectual PropertyDesign contains an image or text that may infringe on intellectual property rights. We have been contacted by the intellectual property right holder and we will be removing your product from Zazzle’s Marketplace due to infringement claims.

Batch ID: 2467952
Number of Products: 86
Product Title: Lone Cypress Tree – California Coast
Image(s):

Do you understand how a photo of a (famous) tree can violate intellectual property rights? We had shot this exact photography ourselves during May 2010. We were on our USA vacation and this tree is a famous photo spot on the 17-Mile Drive along the Californian coast.

 

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