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Topic: Backgrounds on create product - where do they come from?
Funcards Posted: Saturday, January 25, 2020 7:53:52 AM
MARGARET CHAYKA chefcateringbizcards wrote:
Gina ©gleem wrote:
ajo wrote:
Where do these backgrounds come from? Can anyone submit backgrounds to be included?
I cant find any details on this.


Certain designers are supplying them. I believe you have to apply for a shot at it. But before you do, you may want to search the forums and see how other designers are feeling about it. Not too many are happy about it!


Don't let unhappy people determine what kind of products and services you want to offer; unhappy people on the forums is almost a hobby for some at this point. The fact is that Zazzle wants to offer these things and more to customers and they will because their customers want it, and if you're interested in providing them, you'll be given an opportunity to do so after whatever beta testing they need done is accomplished. Typically you have to be invited to get in on their beta groups.


It's also about your own ethics, because it's like blocking the road and making people pay to get through, or they have to take a different road and be late for work and lose their job. Because we all know that most designers are are not in the position to delete years of hard work because they need the money.
Topic: Backgrounds on create product - where do they come from?
Funcards Posted: Saturday, January 25, 2020 7:53:52 AM
MARGARET CHAYKA chefcateringbizcards wrote:
Gina ©gleem wrote:
ajo wrote:
Where do these backgrounds come from? Can anyone submit backgrounds to be included?
I cant find any details on this.


Certain designers are supplying them. I believe you have to apply for a shot at it. But before you do, you may want to search the forums and see how other designers are feeling about it. Not too many are happy about it!


Don't let unhappy people determine what kind of products and services you want to offer; unhappy people on the forums is almost a hobby for some at this point. The fact is that Zazzle wants to offer these things and more to customers and they will because their customers want it, and if you're interested in providing them, you'll be given an opportunity to do so after whatever beta testing they need done is accomplished. Typically you have to be invited to get in on their beta groups.


It's also about your own ethics, because it's like blocking the road and making people pay to get through, or they have to take a different road and be late for work and lose their job. Because we all know that most designers are are not in the position to delete years of hard work because they need the money.
Topic: Backgrounds on create product - where do they come from?
Funcards Posted: Saturday, January 25, 2020 7:53:52 AM
MARGARET CHAYKA chefcateringbizcards wrote:
Gina ©gleem wrote:
ajo wrote:
Where do these backgrounds come from? Can anyone submit backgrounds to be included?
I cant find any details on this.


Certain designers are supplying them. I believe you have to apply for a shot at it. But before you do, you may want to search the forums and see how other designers are feeling about it. Not too many are happy about it!


Don't let unhappy people determine what kind of products and services you want to offer; unhappy people on the forums is almost a hobby for some at this point. The fact is that Zazzle wants to offer these things and more to customers and they will because their customers want it, and if you're interested in providing them, you'll be given an opportunity to do so after whatever beta testing they need done is accomplished. Typically you have to be invited to get in on their beta groups.


It's also about your own ethics, because it's like blocking the road and making people pay to get through, or they have to take a different road and be late for work and lose their job. Because we all know that most designers are are not in the position to delete years of hard work because they need the money.
Topic: Backgrounds on create product - where do they come from?
Funcards Posted: Saturday, January 25, 2020 7:53:52 AM
MARGARET CHAYKA chefcateringbizcards wrote:
Gina ©gleem wrote:
ajo wrote:
Where do these backgrounds come from? Can anyone submit backgrounds to be included?
I cant find any details on this.


Certain designers are supplying them. I believe you have to apply for a shot at it. But before you do, you may want to search the forums and see how other designers are feeling about it. Not too many are happy about it!


Don't let unhappy people determine what kind of products and services you want to offer; unhappy people on the forums is almost a hobby for some at this point. The fact is that Zazzle wants to offer these things and more to customers and they will because their customers want it, and if you're interested in providing them, you'll be given an opportunity to do so after whatever beta testing they need done is accomplished. Typically you have to be invited to get in on their beta groups.


It's also about your own ethics, because it's like blocking the road and making people pay to get through, or they have to take a different road and be late for work and lose their job. Because we all know that most designers are are not in the position to delete years of hard work because they need the money.
Topic: why did I get 0,00 royalty for 100 cards?
Funcards Posted: Friday, January 24, 2020 6:16:14 AM
The other day I sold 200 of these cards
https://www.zazzle.com/elegant_white_floral_rsvp_card_template-240684123495969927

For 100, I received 19.6%+ (+ 4.9% user options). My royalty for that card is 20% and the Zazzle website clearly states: "Choose any royalty rate from 5% up to 99% and we’ll increase the product price so you earn that royalty". So me not getting that royalty is fraud, but I already expressed my feeling about that earlier so I won't get into that here.

But, for the other 100, I received 0,0 earnings. The only reason I know about this, is that I received the shipping email, it's not even on my royalty earnings. On the product info, it does say "sold 200 and sold once".

So... zazzle, please explain this.