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Topic: Happy Holiday Love Back To Zazzle
ThePinkRibbonShoppe Posted: Friday, December 13, 2019 4:36:47 AM
Laura Sweat wrote:
Just wanted to say thank you...

Thank you for creating and making the Zazzle video that I have noticed advertising on YouTube.

Thank you for sending me email, wishing me a joyful holiday season. It's a great email from the boss, CEO, Mr. Robert Beaver. I love it!

Thank you for continually creating a great site. One where I can grow a business in something that I love to do, and one that I'm always learning from. One that brings people together from all over the world, to communicate with and be friends with. Thank you for bringing in all the caring employees who work at Zazzle and make this a great place. We may bicker like family, but in the end, we've become family because of you. To you I say, raise an eggnog glass and toast of good cheer!

Happy Holidays to everyone reading and Zazzle!
You really are the best.

Laura


Is this posted on the site somewhere for those of us who didn't receive the email?
Topic: Happy Holiday Love Back To Zazzle
ThePinkRibbonShoppe Posted: Friday, December 13, 2019 4:36:47 AM
Laura Sweat wrote:
Just wanted to say thank you...

Thank you for creating and making the Zazzle video that I have noticed advertising on YouTube.

Thank you for sending me email, wishing me a joyful holiday season. It's a great email from the boss, CEO, Mr. Robert Beaver. I love it!

Thank you for continually creating a great site. One where I can grow a business in something that I love to do, and one that I'm always learning from. One that brings people together from all over the world, to communicate with and be friends with. Thank you for bringing in all the caring employees who work at Zazzle and make this a great place. We may bicker like family, but in the end, we've become family because of you. To you I say, raise an eggnog glass and toast of good cheer!

Happy Holidays to everyone reading and Zazzle!
You really are the best.

Laura


Is this posted on the site somewhere for those of us who didn't receive the email?
Topic: Cute biking Santa on front page
ThePinkRibbonShoppe Posted: Friday, December 13, 2019 4:32:09 AM
Yes, much better than the previous palm tree leaves they had up for the holiday season.
Topic: Cute biking Santa on front page
ThePinkRibbonShoppe Posted: Friday, December 13, 2019 4:32:09 AM
Yes, much better than the previous palm tree leaves they had up for the holiday season.
Topic: Updated Chat Functionality - official feedback thread
ThePinkRibbonShoppe Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2019 6:46:37 AM
ZingerBug wrote:
In terms of ordering one's own products to see what they look like... well, it's an interesting idea, but I design for hundreds of different products - I can't be buying guitar cases and leggings and sweat shirts and clocks and shot glasses and iPhone cases, and candles, and on and on and on. And even with just the paper products there are so many different kinds, not to mention all of the different papers. There's just no way I could afford to order samples of each one. Plus, my understanding is that Zazzle uses different printers based on the customer's location. So how would I possibly know what the paper choices look like for that particular customer?

I dunno… I mean, I'm glad that's working for some of you, but it seems like it's only a viable option if your design work is much more specialized than mine is.


My previous statement of buying Zazzle products "as needed" referred to "my bread and butter" products when I first got started in the POD world. I bought stuff from Zazzle, Printfection and Cafepress. Then decided which products I wanted to promote from each one. It helped "me" in working with local customers, whom are my first priority. (And if you do decide to buy something, it's a business expense on your taxes.)

I used POD earnings over time to buy my own printing equipment. I have my own inventory. So I don't have to rely heavily on PODs as much as I used to. I just want to be a content provider. That is it. Laughing

To "me" Etsy and Zazzle are not comparable. "I" don't think one is better than the other. I made more money per sale at Etsy, even though I had to do more work.

I have found that saved copy/paste responses is a must, because people don't wanna read. Over the past few years, I have found out putting pertinent info in bullet point form in 1 or 2 product photos seems to work. Idea