Wow, a sale. Fuzzy feeling, an email in the morning…2 dollars earned…wow.

Well, I somewhat knew it was going to happen, but it did happen faster than I thought it was going to.

For those who might not be aware, Redbubble is a print on demand store (POD), in other words a site where is possible to buy merchandise made by “artists” (some actual artists and some improvised designers like moi).

I joined RedBubble during the Covid-19 times, in search of an opportunity to make a buck semi-passively. A lot of work upfront, passive income downback.

After watching YouTube tutorials and reading posts online, I one day started making designs through Canva, and uploading them on the site. Given that I had read that

the more designs, and often uploads, are usually helpful to get sales, I deliriously uploaded 100 designs in a week….the rest is history.

Now, do I have suggestions? well, this was 2 days ago, and I still have not made a sale since….nevertheless, I still think that one sale in the first week is pretty dope, so here I come with some advice. 1 Choose one (or two) niche. 2 Upload a ton.

That’s it.

Italian from Taranto, Australian from Melbourne, a “born again gamer (?)”. Writing about social psychology, businesses, and most likely, quite a bit of poetry!

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