Is Redbubble too competitive?

Discussing the amount of competition on Redbubble and whether it’s possible to makes sales in what appears to be a crowded marketplace.

SPOILER: It’s less competitive than you might think, but watch the video to find out why.

How to discourage art theft on Redbubble

Many artists aren’t aware of this simple way to discourage people from stealing their work on Redbubble. Will take you approximately 5 seconds to sort out!

PS: As of today, March 31st, I’m at almost 600 subs on YouTube, which is amazing to me considering I only had 200 at the start of the month!

Duvet covers and other profitable items – 600% more profit on Redbubble

Make 600% more profit on Redbubble with duvet covers and other profitable items. This video compares various high profit margin items on Redbubble and lists some things you should take into consideration to increase your passive income with Print On Demand.

600% = £2.41 (t-shirt profit) vs. £17.71 (duvet cover profit)

Simple Redbubble ‘trick’ that most people miss

Really simple thing you can do on every upload to ensure you have (1) the opportunity to make almost double profit when compared to a regular shirt sale and (2) have more quality products showing up in your portfolio.

I always see artists that have failed to do this and will be missing out on sales as a result.

Designing Without Designs Skills (Part 2)

How to make passive income on Redbubble, Merch by Amazon, or any Print On Demand site by using MerchDesigner – no design skills required!

I also celebrated surpassing 200 subscribers on YouTube when I posted part 1. Checked today, 5 days later, and I’m already up to 250! I’ve also been getting some lovely comments recently which really encourage me to keep going. Managing the Facebook group, updating the blog, uploading new YouTube videos all take a lot of time and effort, but when I check my notifications and see loads of nice comments, it’s really motivating.

 

Designing Without Design Skills

New video about how to make passive income on Redbubble or Merch by Amazon using Canva – no design skills required.

I uploaded this last night with 197 subscribers. Checked again this evening to see if I’d got 200 yet so I could celebrate, and I was already up to 213!

I’m very pleased read all the positive comments on YouTube from people who show gratitude for my videos and find them helpful. I’m not someone who would have imagined becoming a YouTuber, let alone having 200+ subs, so it’s a nice feeling! Getting 1000 subs might be an easier goal than I imagined.

7th Jan 2018 – First YouTube video
3rd Feb 2018 – 100 subscribers
2nd Mar 2018 – 200 subscribers

I’ve got a feeling that YouTube will be much like passive income with the snowball effect. All previous work being cumulative and the ability to obtain more subscribers (or money in the case of passive income) becomes a lot easier.

Hoping to have time to write my first month of Etsy report tomorrow – it’s going to be an interesting one!

$5,000 in for 5 mins work on Redbubble

Just added a new video to my channel which is hopefully both motivating and useful. It’s a short story explaining how I made over £3,500 ($5,000+) in passive income on Redbubble by creating a simple design in less than 5 minutes.