Make Holiday Photo Cards on Zazzle to Earn Online Income

Make Holiday Photo Cards on Zazzle to Earn Online Income Article by Elke Clarke, Top Zazzle Earner, Zazzle Diamond ProDesigner

Is August too early to start making Christmas holiday photo cards on Zazzle? No! In fact, you should be actively making all kinds of holiday items in the summer months. That way, the Zazzle merchandizing team has time to find and use your product designs for their upcoming holiday promotion campaigns. Do you want to…

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3 Ways to Engage Your Pinterest Followers To Increase Zazzle Promotion

Pinterest is a great social media tool that helps your branding and product promotion for your Zazzle store. According to an article published in January of 2017 by Omnicore, 93% of active pinners said they use Pinterest to research for purchases and 87% said they’ve purchased something because of Pinterest. You want to encourage your…

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Use Pinterest to Promote Your Zazzle Store

Use Pinterest to Promote Your Zazzle Store an article by Elke Clarke, Zazzle Diamond ProDesigner

With 78 million users, Pinterest is one of the top 20 visited websites. Unlike other social media sites, like LinkedIn and Facebook, Pinterest is a community of digital “scrapbookers” who share ideas, hopes and dreams through the pinning of images to boards. In short, Pinterest is a great way to promote your Zazzle store. In this article we…

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3 Ways Pinterest “Buy It” Button Will Change Your Online Business

Pinterest is transforming itself from its traditional roots as social network for scrapbookers into an e-commerce platform with the introduction of its “Buyable Pins”. In the near future, you will be able to purchase a product directly on Pinterest, by clicking on the Pinterest “Buy It” Button on a pinned product image. The Pinterest “Buy It” Button…

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Pinterest bans affiliate links

Pinterest bans affiliate links by stripping the referral codes   Pinterest, one of the world’s leading social networks – with 53 million monthly visitors (predominantly females living in the United States) – has effectively banned (or more precisely – discouraged) its use by affiliate marketers by their stripping referral codes from pinned images. Pinterest is…

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