Sell your art with Print-On-Demand
Hey, are you an artist, designer, illustrator, or photographer?
Ever wondered about selling your work through print-on-demand sites like Society6?
I get asked about it all the time, so I finally decided to put together an online class, and share everything I know:
This class was presented live, but you can now watch the full replay for $25, complete with all the answers given to all the questions asked during the live stream.
Here's what I want you to know:
It really is possible to earn money from your art with print-on-demand. I make between $500 and $1000 a month through Society6. It’s not a fortune, but it’s a great side income. I started in October of 2011, and I’ve sold over 13,000 items since. That’s crazy! So I know it’s possible.
Selling Your Art with Print On Demand
The class was originally presented live, but you can now watch the replay.
Lots of great questions were asked during the live class, and I answered a ton of them, making the whole class even better than I originally planned. Video is approximately 2 hours long.
Watch out for useless 'hacks'
There’s a TON of bad advice out there about print-on-demand, urging artists to try to game the system through all kinds of slimy tricks. I will NOT teach you that, because you are an artist, not a swindler, and besides it doesn’t work.
Here's what I'll be talking about
- A look at the different print-on-demand options out there, and how to pick the right one
- How to set up your shop and your products so they really shine
- Why getting on the front page doesn't matter
- How to make sure your work can be found
- Promoting your products and shop on social media
- The two things I do that spark sales every time (I'm starting to sound cheezy here, but I'm sharing truths!)
- All the things that I personally do with my print-on-demand shop
Here's a peek at my sales on Society6:
I believe in making good art
...Art that resonates, and connecting with people through your art. And I believe you can do well with print-on-demand while staying true to your work.
This is really doable!
It’s fun too. I love to see my work on things like mugs and pillows, and I love to see others buy them and share photos of their purchases on Instagram. This is what I want for you.
If I could jump out of this screen and share my excitement in person about print on demand and show you how to get the most out of it, I totally would! But instead I have this class, so join me there instead.
By the way, this class will NOT be about:
- How to edit your work in Photoshop
- Other technical aspects of file preparation
- How to draw, paint, illustrate, etc.
- Promising you fame and fortune (that would be irresponsible!)
Feedback from class attendees:
Sign up today! It'll be fun.