|What are your favorite products to designs for? (select all that apply) *|| |
|How long have you been working with Zazzle or other POD's *|| |
|What affect has zazzle had on your life in 25 words or more|| |
Zazzle has given me a way to get my photography out there, get some feedback from a wide audience and even sell some of it. It has also given me a way to earn a little bit of income making products and working on a store featuring public domain deep space images that appeal to both my love of beautiful images and not-so-inner nerd.
|In an average week how much time do you put into your shops including making designs, adding them to your store, advertising, reading the forums, doing other research or zazzle related work? |
(estimate the average week where do you fall)
4-12 hours (35 minutes-2 hour per day)
|What percentage of time do you spend designing/adding products vs advertising/working on referral sites (this includes blogs twitter forums websites and other means of advertising)|| |
|What was your favorite design to make & why? (whether it has sold or not pick just 1 & include the link to the product page NOT the image link)|
I would have to say that my favorite to _make_ was this one of aqua-colored glass gems:
I had a lot of fun playing with these gems and taking lots of photographs of them - they're actually part of a floating candle set, so I had them arranged at the bottom of a glass bowl filled with water. I discovered that the coolest thing happens when you look up through the bottom of the bowl: you can actually see the gems reflected on the surface of the water, so it looks like some are floating! I played with that, focusing in this image on the real gems, so the reflection blurs and makes a blue background. I also had some fun with Photoshop effects on this one, which I don't do often with my photographs.
|How many shops do you have on zazzle?|| |
|List your shop urls 1 per line with a 5-10 word description after each |
(use format http://www.zazzle.com/shopid - designs for people who love dogs)
Sunday, September 5, 2010
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