Yeah, both Redbubble and Teepublic have had their masks available for a few weeks now, my OH's stores have sold quite a few. If you haven't gone through and updated your products to enable the masks, you're definitely losing out.are all you savvy folk doing print on demand producing face masks then? I would have thought that's where the BIG MONEY is for the next month or two!
You can up the margins on Redbubble - think ours are at 40/50% and doing well. How are you finding Amazon Merch? I REALLY need to get my wife's stuff up on there!I have masks up on Teepublic redbubble and have sold some but the profit margin isn't great on them. I'm more excited by Amazon Merch being back. I currently have a trending pop socket and have quadruple the number of sales of my previous best selling month already. I should have enough sales for a tier up next month.
There's a lot of competition with mask designs so I decided to leave the margins as is. If I get a mask that takes off I might bump it up.You can up the margins on Redbubble - think ours are at 40/50% and doing well. How are you finding Amazon Merch? I REALLY need to get my wife's stuff up on there!
It can be a good idea to start with Redbubble while you learn the basics since Amazon has an application process and it's currently not accepting applications due to the Coronavirus. Plus if you get rejected you're not meant to reapply although there might be a work around. Start with Redbubble, learn the design guidelines, copywrite rules etc and then when you're ready to apply to Amazon you're more likely to be successful.Just a little question - have read most of the thread so off to investigate GIMP next.
Is it better to start on redbubble etc before approaching Amazon Merch?
Am very much branching out lol, my mum has now mastered matched betting and bless her is beavering away actually making face masks. I wish I was practical like her. But thankfully I did inherit some of her artistic side so looking at this as an option.
Yeah it’s gone. Feel like it’s been taking down. I’ve emailed them to ask why because I can’t find a reason.I do have a Teepublic store but it's third for me after Amazon and Redbubble. I'm not sure why you can't find your design. I never had that problem.
Do you mean when you click on your storefront there is nothing under the designs tab?
Thank you. How is your store going? Do you make much?Yeah, celebrity names, TV shows, films, games etc could get your design flagged and removed. Teepublic and Redbubble both have a lot of fan art, parody and straight up copyright infringing stuff so it can be confusing as to what is allowed. They aren't great at enforcing their copyright system but some words or phrases will get flagged by the system and get your design removed.
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