Design area for our store link
Posted: Saturday, November 24, 2018 11:17:55 AM
I'm creating some all over print tote bags and wishing there was an sdditional design area where I could type in a link to my store where the item could be found. For instance, why not have a "bottom" shown where we
could type in the store link? Like an extra bottom piece as some bags have.

For instance, here's a messenger bag that has such an extra bottom area where I've added my store link.




On t-shirts we could have an "inside collar" or "inside bottom of waist" area for the same purpose, and an inside waist area on leggings, etc,

If you buy a t-ahirt or leggings in a department store, the manufacturer's name is printed on the inside collar or waist area. We should have the same option so that all our clothing products have the store link right on them but on the inside of the product.

On electronic cases, such as I[hone cases, the side of the case could be customisable to type the store link on the side just as we do on the side of pens. I could probably think of more products but you get the idea.

Nancy B.
Posted: Sunday, November 25, 2018 12:47:51 PM
Personally, I don't think I'd buy a bag with a store link that large on it. Small, yes. But that large? I don't think so.

Again, personal opinion.

I wouldn't mind if it were in the bottom corner small.
Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 4:39:03 PM
[quote=RGebbiePhoto]Personally, I don't think I'd buy a bag with a store link that large on it. Small, yes. But that large? I don't think so.

Again, personal opinion.

I wouldn't mind if it were in the bottom corner small. [/quo
I made it large as an example so people could see what I meant. Obviously you could make it as small as you like.

I'm betting every piece of clothing you own has the manufacturer's label/name on it somewhere. Just saying.
Posted: Wednesday, December 05, 2018 9:00:42 AM
I always try to work my store link (zazzle.com/storename) into my all my designs someplace, even if it's a bottom corner. Usually I add it to the design directly in my graphic program before I upload the png to Zazzle (like on mugs), but sometimes it works better to add my store link with the Zazzle text tool (such as on gift wrap) and, if I do that, I always click the "make this permanent and always visible" button.

I do this because of the image thievery problem for my own artistic protection and also so it can help customers who got the item as a gift (like a shirt) say where it came from if asked.

I make my store link unobtrusive either by location or color or font choice in or near the design. For folding cards and postcards I do have a fancy logo image to add. For original art, I often attach a copyright symbol followed by my initials, very tiny next to the art. On posters or canvas, I include my artist's signature and year.

I've seen some people use a QR on card backs also as part of their logo or as a replacement for one and am considering adding one of those. (there's free programs to make one with your store link embedded.)

A QR could be a good replacement for a written out store link in small places.
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