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My Zazzle Sales in August 2020

August 2020 was another good month for me on Zazzle, I was able to sell the following products – some multiple times.

Since I did not sell more products with the reduced 5% royalty, I will switch it back to 14.9% on September 20 – just in time for the holiday season of 2020. I expect Christmas themed cloth face masks to be a hit, but we will see about that in January 2021 *lol*

 

It really is interesting to see that I do not have that ONE mask design that I am selling like crazy on all print on demand websites. No… as always with every product, I do have one most popular design per page and they couldn’t be more varied… I thought it might be nice to see what works best (for me) on the different pod stores.

Blue Santa Monica Pier Cloth Face Mask by Christine aka stine1 on Redbubble

Blue Santa Monica Pier Cloth Face Mask by Christine aka stine1 on Redbubble

Organic Cotton Mask - Artist Print Artwork: Funky Great Wave Designed By: Christine Aka Stine1

Organic Cotton Mask – Artist Print Artwork: Funky Great Wave Designed By: Christine Aka Stine1

My Zazzle Sales in June 2020

I had one referral sale in June, hurray! ❤

And these are my own sales during June 2020:

Today is June 20 – avid Zazzlers might know the 20th of a month is THE day where you can change your standard royalty. You can change the royalty on every day of the month but the changes will only go live on the 20th. 🤦‍♀️

Since the current financial situation (hello pandemic 😢) is not very bright for many of us all around the world, I thought I might temporarily reduce my royalty. It was set to 30% since shortly before the pandemic to test how my sales would compete and I do think this has to stop. At least for one of two months. I might raise it just in time for Q4 before Christmas, who knows?

It’s another royalty experiment with Zazzle always being the most expensive of all print on demand shops – at least that’s my perception. I am asking myself for years why anyone is still buying anything from Zazzle. It’s probably a mix of truly unique print on demand products not even Artsadd can offer (and they offer MANY different items!) and the “made in USA” label they are holding up.

Anyway, have you ever changed your royalty settings for Zazzle, Redbubble or Society6?

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