Best List of Print on Demand Sites
Multiple Streams of Passive Income
(Last updated 6/2/2019)
Running an Internet business can be tough, especially with a Print on Demand business. Someone else controls the final decision and this company or person can potentially shut off your account with the click of a button. For this reason, it is always a good idea to expand wider to have multiple paychecks coming in.
Here’s a huge and growing list of Print on Demand sites. When building your business, keep in mind that more is not always better, especially in the case of managing different web-presences and handling the incoming paychecks. Accounting takes time.
Steal Like an Artist
Another way to use POD sites is for marketing research, inspiration, and exploration of niche ideas. Many artists are inspired by others as shown in this video:
Good Print on Demand Sites
Also consider the audience of each site. How much traffic does it get? How well is it ranking in Google? Is it worth your time to add your designs everywhere?
Before signing up for all of these sites, we recommend that you enter the site with the word “review” or “tutorial” and see what others are saying. Also add your comments below. Which ones are generating the most income for you? Are some better for clothing, some better for household goods, or some better for a certain niche like pets, sports, or fashion?
- Custom Cat
- Merch by Amazon
- Print All Over Me (PAOM)
Royalty Free: means you are free of the obligation to pay royalties. Think of how authors get paid a small amount for each book sold. This is a royalty. When you buy a royalty free image, you are purchasing it without the requirement to pay the designer royalties each time you use it. You pay a one-time fee. Royalty free is not equivalent to commercial use.
Commercial use: means you can use the item to make products for sale.