Welcome to Tiny Marketing Lab! I’m honored to have you as part of my Print-on-Demand community.
If you want to build another online side-hustle online that helps you make more money – like, an extra $500 or more a month – from the comfort of your home, without the need to pack and ship products by yourself, the Print-on-Demand business might be one of the best gigs out there.
Don’t know anything about Print-on-Demand? Well, you’ve probably ads for t-shirts or coffee mug on your Facebook News Feed, right? Did you know that most of the people selling these items don’t have their own factory? And they don’t have to make and ship their merchandise themselves?
That’s the Print-on-Demand business model. 🙂
I’m Bank K., and I’m here to help you make more money by selling print-on-demand products such as coffee mugs, shot glasses, travel mugs, t-shirts, necklaces – any product for which I can find a supplier to print the design and ship the products for me.
I’ve been working as an internet marketer since 2008. I had a chance to speak at the Start Sustain Scale event in Las Vegas in 2018. The event was created by Gearbubble, one of the world’s top Print-on-Demand companies.
In other words, I know my stuff. 🙂
Tiny Marketing Lab (TML) is where I write about my print-on-demand journey, and you can find many useful articles and tips here.
If it’s your first time on the site, I know that all of the information in this blog can be overwhelming. I’ve created this page to provide you with the articles you should read to help you get started quickly.
First, if you don’t know anything about the print-on-demand business, you can read these three guides to understand the whole process:
- How to Sell Print-On-Demand products on Amazon for Beginners
- How to Start Selling Print-on-Demand Products on Etsy
- How to Start Selling Print-on-Demand Products on eBay (Beginner’s Guide)
The EASIEST way is to sell print-on-demand products on marketplaces such as Amazon, Etsy, and eBay.
These three marketplaces are the top online shopping websites in the world. Millions of people visit these three sites every day. You can show and sell your products to them without paying a dime on advertising.
But building a successful print-on-demand business is not that easy. Apart from listing many products on the marketplaces, you have to learn how to make your products visible to your target visitors.
I’ve written articles that can help you optimize your listings and attract more visitors to your store:
- How to Make your First Print-on-Demand Sale – FAST
- Basic ETSY SEO – 4 Things to Do to Put Your Print-on-Demand Business on Top
- Ten Reasons Why Your Print-on-Demand Products Aren’t Selling, and How to Fix it
- 5 Most Common Mistakes Print-on-Demand Sellers Make on Etsy (and How to Avoid Them)
After you finish reading these articles, you’ll understand the whole print-on-demand concept and how to list and optimize your product listings to draw more visitors to your stores.
Next, I have a step-by-step action plan you can follow to build your print-on-demand business easily. Check it out:
From this point, you’ll be able to start selling print-on-demand products on marketplaces such as Amazon, Etsy, and eBay.
After you’ve sold a few products using the basic methods I’ve shown you, you can scale up your print-on-demand business to make even more sales.
There are a couple of ways to scale up when you have some winning products.
The easiest way is to send them to Amazon FBA. Don’t know what Amazon FBA is? Read these articles:
- How I Make $12,230+ per Month on Amazon FBA
- How to Select Winning Print-on-Demand Products to Sell on Amazon FBA
This is the easiest way to scale up your print-on-demand business is to use Amazon. I’ve made thousands of sales yearly using this method, and I spend just a few hours per year to do it.
Once you have many winning products on Amazon FBA, all you have to do order those products in bulk and send them to the Amazon Warehouse.
That’s it. It’s the easiest way to make over $100,000 a year.
Another way to scale up your print-on-demand business is to open your store and promote your products using paid traffic such as Facebook or Google Ads.
But that’s much more difficult than the first method.
Anyway, the good news is that it’s possible to scale up this way, and you can make much more than you can than with the first method.
Paid traffic is something you can control. Want more visitors to your store? Just spend more money and get more traffic. This difficult part is finding winning products and an audience.
I have a few articles about how to sell print-on-demand products using paid traffic. Here they are:
- Facebook Marketing Strategy For eCommerce
- Case Study: How I Make Over $174K by Selling Mugs for Moms on Gearbubble, Amazon, and Etsy.
- Case Study: The Secret Hack I Use To Find *Unicorn* Print-on-Demand Products on Gearbubble
- Campaign Budget Optimization: Here’s What I Found After Spending Over $77k to Test my CBO
- The Automated System Behind Campaign Budget Optimization
Okay, these are some FREE articles you can read on my blog.
I’ve already selected some of the more useful guides to get you started quickly. When you finish reading them, feel free to check out my other articles here.
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