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Want an online store of your own? How about Zazzle


Have you ever wanted your own online store, but don’t have the money to set one up? Well, then you’re in luck... With Zazzle.com you can make money online by selling your designs on hundreds of retail-quality products. It's free and easy to create an online store on Zazzle to sell t-shirts or posters online featuring your own art, images, or designs. “Best of all, you can sell your art online for free and make even more money when you join Zazzle's Associate program and refer buyers to Zazzle. Use Zazzle's powerful tools that make it possible to sell your art on t-shirts, stamps, posters, mugs, business cards, skateboards, calendars, tote bags, hats, posters, and more. There's absolutely no cost...it's all profit for you!”

Here’s two great examples of the type of store and products you can have with Zazzle:




As you can see above, you can customize your store with a design that best represents your products. Zazzle offers many templates that can be easily configured to your specs.

If you become an Associate you’ll get:
  • 15% referral rate on every sale (+ up to 17% volume bonus)
  • Refer to any page on Zazzle
  • Free and effective promotional tools 

And if you sell your designs:
  •  Put your designs on hundreds of retail quality products
  • Name your own royalty rate
  • Reach more than 25 million monthly customers

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