Category Archives: Etsy

TRIPLE your Print On Demand profits with Printful

I explained previously how you can EASILY triple your print on demand profits by using Printful in combination with Etsy. The TL;DR version is that where you’d usually get about $2.73 profit from a t-shirt sale on Redbubble or Merch by Amazon, by using Printful you can sell the same product for the same price… Read More »

How to report art theft on Redbubble, Merch by Amazon, and Etsy

You can report people that steal your stuff on Redbubble, Etsy, and Merch by Amazon, but should you? My (possibly controversial) opinion on the matter and useful links below. ### Redbubble Policy: https://help.redbubble.com/hc/articles/201579195 Designated Agent for complaints can be reached at: dmca@redbubble.com ### Etsy https://www.etsy.com/legal/ip/report ### Merch by Amazon https://www.amazon.com/report/infringement

Redbubble review – 3 months of passive income

A quick update on my RB situation over the past 3 months, explaining why I think my earnings have increased/decreased. More useful content that can actually be applied will be coming very soon.  

Etsy – 2 Month Review – Passive Income

Welcome to my 2 month Etsy report! As mentioned in my 1 month update, I’m using Etsy in conjunction with Printful to automatically fulfill any orders I receive. I got my first positive (5 star) review almost immediately after I posted my February update, and the good reviews kept on coming, which was a great relief… Read More »

Etsy – 1 Month Review – Passive Income

As I mentioned earlier, my plan to double up on my passive income this year involves diversifying my income streams by starting an Etsy store. This is my 1 month report on Etsy. First of all, the juicy results for February 2018: What an amazing first month! I can see Etsy having a significant impact on… Read More »

Etsy for Passive Income

Etsy is another avenue which I’m going to try out this year to generate extra passive income. My passive income success thus far has been hands off in the sense that the Print On Demand websites manage everything for me. The POD sites I’m accustomed to using all offer to print, package, ship, and most… Read More »