Any Websites I Can Sell My Own Graphics On T-Shirts, Mugs, Etc.?

Profile picture of the author SandyHall by SandyHall Posted: 01/22/2010
Hi Everyone,

Can you guys come up with websites
that are out there that I can
upload my own graphical designs?

And then sell them to customers on products?
Such as t-shirts, mugs, mousepads, etc.

I already know of these two:
cafepress.com and deviantart.com

I'd like to find more sites available that do this.

Any others that you can recommend?

Thanks so much,
Sandy Hall
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#designs #graphic #graphics #mugs #sell #tshirts #websites

  • Profile picture of the author Aihakdsweet
    Aihakdsweet
    Zazzle is another.
    Redbubble is another.

    Tip - you can then advertise your items for sale using classified websites as well as social networking sites.
  • Profile picture of the author chrisgarrett
    chrisgarrett
    Why do you need more than Cafepress? Is it you don't like those you mention or are you trying to distrubute your products across many sites?

    Personally I would focus on promoting one rather than spread your efforts across promoting many stores ...
  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Adams
    Daniel Adams
    zazzle.com

    Positives:
    I've found that good use of keywords ranks well in yahoo and google.

    Negatives:
    Draconian about handling copyright claims. I got sick of dealing with their crap.
  • Profile picture of the author SandyHall
    SandyHall
    Originally Posted by chrisgarrett View Post
    Why do you need more than Cafepress? Is it you don't like those you mention
    or are you trying to distribute your products across many sites?...
    Hi Chris,
    In answer to your question, I'm just trying to have multiple sources of income.
    Leverage my reach to as many members of different sites as possible.

    It was a good point you made. Thank you..
  • Profile picture of the author wealthymama
    wealthymama
    Hi
    I had looked into artsnow dot com a while back and it may be worth your time.

    If I remember correctly, it works a little different from zazzle and cafe press, however....

    I didn't do too much research with those places because I actually want to sell the end result not the graphics.

    Best of luck

    jt
  • Profile picture of the author debra
    debra
    This is what ecommerce times had to say about TagWorld. Is that what your looking for...sites like that?

    E-Commerce News: News: Social Networking Goes E-Commerce
  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    fated82
    hi, I am also trying out these various sites. By far, Zazzle is easiest to use (I only tried cafePress and their interface is nothing compared to Zazzle.com). Just put up 15 designs the moment I created the store.

    You can also pop over to T-Shirtforum [dot] com to learn more about selling your designs (and here too)...hope it helps

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