See that bright pink Carpe Diem poster near the bottom there? Yeah, that's mine. On the front page of Zazzle! Are you kidding me! Zazzle has been a shop for me that I've really not paid any attention to. Now, I don't recommend that you do that if you want to have success - but I've noticed that I've continued to make sales in this shop. Out of all the designs on Zazzle, I stand out enough to make sales. See my shop here!
I've been so distracted from all my other shops - and am feeling very distant from them - but this one is something I don't have to worry about. I'm not doing the printing or the shipping & it's a huge relief that I don't have to. Zazzle is a bit of a passive income for me right now (is that good? is that bad?). And I know that since I'm having success I need to focus on this. (ps. Autumn has been such a great person in this crazy, weird journey. We exchanged so many emails that I so slacked on and I'm sorry Autumn! I appreciate your every word & your time to contact me!!!) But I am not focused on what I need to focus on right now. I think that Zazzle is a great option if you like to design & your designs are unique. You can really design & let it sit. Another thing is that if your designs are good, they should be good years from now. I've tried not to do anything fad-ish - so that later & later & later the designs will be relevant.
And then I got a promotional email (I think you can see the full email here) from Zazzle where my poster was featured! I was so blow away. I'm very excited to see that some of my designs have been advertised! I was also honored to have my Graduation Announcements featured around the beginning of the Summer as well. That one I did know about!
I dunno, I just wanted to toot my own horn just a bit & give a little insight into why Zazzle is a great option if you like designing things but don't quite want to get into printing or just want to see what happens.