In my previous post, I looked at a number of Print on Demand (POD) companies that can be used for selling artwork on t-shirts and gifts. In that post, I briefly mentioned Redbubble but up until now, I’ve not had any direct experience with Redbubble.
However, I am currently setting up an account so that I can help a photographer showcase his work on the Redbubble site, and of course, then be in a position to sell his work. He has the creative tools he needs, a professional camera and Photoshop, but he now needs a vehicle that will allow him to promote his work. And Redbubble is that vehicle.
Now, of course, Redbubble is for artists, designers, slogan writers as well as for photographers.
And the good news is that it is free to join.
Are you creative? Check out RedBubble …
… where you can exhibit and sell your art to the world – for FREE!
This post outlines how to get started with Redbubble and covers:
- How to set up an account on Redbubble and start selling your designs and artwork
- Your dashboard on Redbubble
- Tools at your disposal
- How to upload your images and photography to sell on products
- Redbubble Collections
- FAQs about Redbubble
- Displaying your Redbubble shop on your own website
- And much more