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http://merch.amazon.com Merch by Amazon is Amazon’s print on demand platform. You upload a PNG and Amazon does the rest (prints the t-shirt, delivers it to the customer, takes care of returns, etc.). You get paid every time one of your t-shirts is sold.
This is a perfect online business in many ways. It doesn’t cost you anything. So you may as well do it. I got accepted straightaway but other people had to wait for many months – even over a year in some cases.
Under Organization Name I gave my company name as that is the entity I use to pay tax and use on all my Amazon exploits. (YOU CAN GIVE YOUR NORMAL NAME THOUGH!!!)
Under Website I gave my website robcubbon.com which looks good as I’ve been blogging for 10 years. Don’t worry if you don’t have one – give the website of a RedBubble shop (if you don’t have a RedBubble shop, upload a few designs there!!)
Under Industry Type I chose “Small Business”.
Under the Addition Information field in the form I said that I sell Kindles, paperbacks, and video on Amazon and that I sell on Amazon FBA. If you don’t do that say that you sell POD tshirts on RedBubble, Zazzle, Etzy, etc. Make it up!
I also said that I’ve been a designer for 20 years and that I run a design company. I think this is a good thing to say. And virtually anyone could say this. I doubt if they look into your background and you could have outsourced all of the design
You could also explain that you do t-shirt design on RedBubble, Spreadshirt, or any of the other print on demand t-shirt sites (Sunfrog, Zazzle, Cafepress, Teespring, Teepublic).
After you’ve filled out the form, that’s it! You just have to wait. Sometimes Amazon doesn’t even email to notify you of your successful acceptance so you should check back at merch.amazon.com every so often while you’re waiting.
10 New Tools to Make Your Life and Business Easier
Like we talked about last week, summer is the hardest time to keep the productivity train moving, when there are so many better things to do with your time – splashing in the pool, chasing after the ice cream truck, and late nights outside, just to name a few. So today, I’m sharing 10 of my favorite new tools to make everything a little easier on you this summer (and year around).How Women Entrepreneurs Get It All Done
How well are you doing maintaining a balance between the time you spend working and finding quality time to spend with your family? Here are 10 tips to help you succeed as a woman entrepreneur and get it all done.15 Traits to Bring Out The Queen in You
Here are 15 traits to bring out The Queen in You to Rule & Reign in Your Own Business Kingdom: #1 The Preparation – Finding You – Is a process of asking yourself questions that will dig deep inside to draw out the real you. As Queens it’s especially important to know who you are. Queens are leaders who rule by decrees. If do not know who you are someone else will push their agenda on you. If you don’t know who you are you will just follow the pack and have no voice. If you do not know who you are you will be stuck in a life you so hate. Put on your crown, pick up your scepter and decree.How To Cultivate Energy, Focus And Freedom In Your Business
You can have a moderately successful business and run yourself into the ground doing it. Or you can have a wildly successful business by taking care of yourself as you build and work on it. Consider this: What if you didn’t work to live the life of your dreams, but instead you worked IN the life of your dreams? Small distinction; big shift; huge impact.Organic Business Growth: Legitimize Your Business With the Basics
Believing in what you do is that most important step when creating a successful start-up business. But sometimes your great idea comes with little to no money to get it started. Great credit for a business loan or a huge amount of money in savings is not always needed if you are able to start thinking outside of the box.