Friday, March 18, 2011


Your name or Shopid
How long did it take you to become a proseller? *
12-24 months (1-2 years)
What advice can you give to someone who wants to become a proseller? *
Take some time to learn about writing descriptions and using keywords before you start creating products.
Visit the Zazzle help section and learn the design sizes so you can adjust your images accordingly.
Start cranking products out like gangbusters!
Blog, Tweet, and create an Facebook Fan Page to advertise your creations.
How many stores do you have? *
What benefits do you see for choosing this number of stores? and what do you recommend for others who are just starting out on whether to choose 1 store or multiple stores? *
None yet. I made proseller with one store. The second is only two weeks old. A fellow Zazzler posted that having more than one store will generate more income than just having one huge shop, so I decided to branch out a bit. Here's hoping that she was right :).
What types of advertising do you do? *
  • Off-Zazzle websites
  • Blogs (blogspot, wordpress, etc.)
  • Microblogs (twitter, plurk, etc.)
  • SNS (facebook, myspace, etc.)
  • Handouts (flyers, stickers, business cards, etc.)
  • Gift Bags (emmys, MTV awards, etc.)
  • Other Free
  • Other Paid
What types of advertising do you recommend for someone just starting out and why? *
For someone just starting out, I would recommend starting with Blogging, Facebook, and Twitter because they're free and don't take much time. In the beginning, it's important to focus more on adding products to your shop than promotion, so that you have something to advertise. If you get too many people visiting an empty store, you may lose a large percentage of your potential customer base, otherwise.
Not talking dollar wise, just volume & frequency of sales do you... (select all that apply, some answer may be contradictory based on seasonal sales) *
  • have 1-5 days per month with no sale
  • sell under 5 products per day on most days
  • rarely have shoppers purchse multiple items
  • sell a lot of lower priced items like postcards and buttons
  • sell a good mix of all items regardless of price
What product in your store are you most proud of or what product in your store is your favorite? Include link to product page and why it is your favorite. *
For sentimental reasons, Mother is my favorite product line:
List your stores: *

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