Print On Demand
Print On Demand Courses
- Low Hanging System (LHS) – Course on starting a Print-on-demand (POD) business
- Low Hanging System Jumpstart – LHS course with bonuses, including coaching, integrations, FBA boxes of mugs, keyword research tool, etc.
Online Marketplaces for Print On Demand
- Amazon – Marketplace to sell eBooks and any kind of physical product.
- eBay – Marketplace known for its product auctions, but you can also sell products at a set price.
- Etsy – Marketplace to sell handmade products, vintage products, print on demand products, informational products, and craft supplies.
Print On Demand/FBA Suppliers
- Gearbubble – This is my first and main supplier. All of my mug and travel mug sales go through them. They are constantly improving and I’ve been very pleased with the quality and shipping times over the years.
- Printful – This is a more expensive print-on-demand supplier, but they do have a lot of customization options.
- Printify – This seller is generally less expensive than Printful, but they work with a variety of suppliers through their portal and some are better than others. I currently use them for t-shirts and zipper bags.
- Teelaunch – This seller is well priced, has good quality, and ships out quickly. I use them for laser engraved tumblers – 20oz/30oz regular tumblers, and 32oz water bottle tumblers.
- Custom Happy – I use this supplier for face masks and when I need priority shipping for mugs and travel mugs. I also use them to buy boxes of mugs that they ship directly into Amazon FBA once I have a design that is selling well with print-on-demand.
- Discount Mugs – This is my secondary FBA mug supplier. I use them when Custom Happy is backed up. They are less expensive, but I have to individually package all the mugs myself before sending them into Amazon FBA.
Virtual Hustle Courses
- Elite Blog Academy – Course on becoming a blogger.
- Flourish & Thrive – Courses for selling jewelry on online.
- Inkwell Editorial – Courses on writing romance, SEO writing, and course creation.
- Proofread Anywhere – Course on becoming a freelance proofreader.
- Savvy Tech – Tech trainings for things like Facebook advertising, email marketing software, Pinterest management, SEO training, etc.
- Transcribe Anywhere – Freelancer course that I took to learn how to do transcription that helped me get a transcription contracting job, lower level course include in Work At Home School bundle
- Virtual Savvy Bootcamp – Course on becoming a virtual assistant freelance – I’m going through this course now
- Work At Home School – A bundle of work-from-home courses – I bought this for Make Money From Home Master Plan and Transcribe Anywhere courses.
Some successful people I follow
- Busy Budgeter – Helpful tips on saving money, recipes, etc. Also has information on starting a blog.
- Bookkeeping Side Hustle – A lot of resources on starting and growing a bookkeeping side hustle.
- Redefining Mom – More focused on building a blog and related skills, particularly for moms.
- SmartPassiveIncome – Great resource on a lot of online business topics
- Work at Home Heroes – Podcast by Caitlin Pyle that interviews people who successfully work from home in a variety of occupations
- The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
- 16 Personalities – Free Myers-Briggs personality test. It helps you learn more about yourself, such as whether you are an introvert or an extrovert.
- AppSumo – constantly offering great deals on products and services for online businesses, such as software and image licenses – I particularly look out for their DepositPhoto deals to use in POD designs.
- Fiverr.com – great, inexpensive place to get a variety of freelancing jobs done – I’ve gotten logos and photo editing done with Fiverr
- FlexJobs.com – Legitimate work from home jobs that have had scams filtered out. This was recommended to me by a career coach after I got laid off.
- Siteground – This is the host I use for this website and others that I run. I’ve used them since 2014 and highly recommend them, particularly for WordPress websites.
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