Setting Goals For Your Zazzle Business in 2018

It is time to start setting goals for your Zazzle business for 2018. Last year is still fresh in your mind, and you need to make executive decisions on how to make this year better for your business. To succeed in the future, you must plan and reflect on your past achievements. The year 2017…

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Time Freedom is One of the Great Gifts of Zazzle

Do you wish you had more time freedom? Are you trying to balance working at your day job, getting all your holiday shopping done, preparing for the upcoming holidays and be with family and friends during this festive season? Since Jen and I earn our passive income from Zazzle, we have been able to take…

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How to Increase Sales on Zazzle by Taking the Right Action Steps

How to Increase Sales on Zazzle by Taking the Right Action Steps Article by Elke Clarke Top Zazzle Earner Zazzle Diamond ProDesigner

Are the actions you are taking right now giving you the earnings you want on Zazzle? If your answer is “Yes”, keep doing what you are doing. If your answer is “No”, then you need to change your actions, because “doing the SAME thing over and over again and expecting different results is INSANITY”. (Albert…

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How to Make a Profit on Zazzle Using the Right Plan

How to Make a Profit on Zazzle

You’ve probably always wanted to know how to make a profit on Zazzle. You own a Zazzle store and have yet to see your desired income results.  The other day I presented my new course the 30 Day Profit Plan in my free webinar training. In this webinar, I explained that to make a profit on…

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How to Use the Rule of Three For Effective Zazzle Product Designs

How to Use the Rule of Three For Effective Zazzle Product Designs with Elke Clarke, Diamond ProDesigner on Zazzle

Have you ever wondered how to frame the perfect picture? Are you selling your photography on Zazzle products but not getting the sales you expected? An attractive and eye pleasing photo takes planning. You need to think of how the subject images appear in your frame. By adhering to the “Rule of Three”, you can…

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