Focus on a range of products
Sometimes, designs made for just one product look so annoying to the customers that they never return to see your stock again. On the other hand, displeasure of the customers with one of the designs can be mitigated by offering others, for different products, which could then prove a source of an instant success. That will also project your reputation to the target audience of being professionally equipped to deal with a wide range of items.
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Decide a reasonable mark up
The part comes in your account and the rest goes to the Cafe press, even if the account is being run for free. Value your designs realistically, because unreasonable prices will scare away buyers, especially if you have not established a strong goodwill in the market yet.
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Preview designs as printed
Before uploading images on the website, make sure you have seen them as printed. Sometimes, what looks good on the computer does not really entertains the eyes well when users have it in the hard form. Negligence in this regard can result in the spread of bad reputation among the target market.
Although the responsibility of printing and distributing is on Cafe press, watching the sample work beforehand can be helpful in avoiding unwanted circumstances. Once market has recognized your work, the stream of future cash inflows can be expected.
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