With several different on line stores that I have, it takes constant review just to keep the content current. I have been focusing on Society6 and RedBubble, both of those stores I like. Here are a few reasons:
- The products
- The 30 day payment
I also have a love hate relationship with Zazzle. I “hate” way that you get paid there. It can take up to three months to get that PayPal Cha-Ching. And if you are just starting out and you make less then 50$ in one pay period….. Well they get to float that check a wee bit longer. I am not a big fan of the websites interaction. How you set your store up etc. How you move through the edits on storewide products, are all on my list of pet peeves. But I do make money from them and there is that “love”. That and their products are all well made and the reprint of my illustrations, have been great. I get a lot of return business also. Soooooo, what am I to do. I have decided to set up some time to “go through” my store and storewide compartmentalize and organize it a bit better. Of course I started with Super Pig. So here are a few things that Zazzle offers in products that the others do not.
These are great little aprons that have Super Pig featured. They are busily sewing their super cape. This would be great for a fiber artist or even an artist in the studio. Super Pig inspires creative endeavors of all kinds.
I love the fact that now with help like Zazzle, artist like myself, needn’t have to depend on an agent, or a company to choose them. Companies like Spoonflower and Zazzle just to name a few can now give the artist a chance to offer their designs to a large audience.
I love this idea of my illustrations on night lights. This is great for keeping a light burning in the studio. If you like my illustrations their is a lot more at my store, Edith Schmidt Art on Zazzle. My illustrations are whimsical and would be great for just a touch of whimsy in any room. Children would love this.