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suejoh e2
10 236 United Kingdom
19 May 2011 12:38PM
I have thought of using Photium.

Does anyone have a view on them? Good or not so good?
Are you allowed to express a view on the forum?

Or are there any other recommendations for other sites.
Thanks
15 Sep 2011 7:16AM
Ive sold a few cards and a couple of large framed prints off Redbubble. Its a hassle free way of doing it. Quality is good too
mohikan22 10 2.3k 1 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2011 9:19AM

Quote:I have thought of using Photium.

Does anyone have a view on them? Good or not so good?
Are you allowed to express a view on the forum?

Or are there any other recommendations for other sites.
Thanks



I use photium and its very good, customer service is fast and helpful too. Prices are good at about 7 a mth or so.
www.grattonimaging.com
Have a look . CERTAINLY use their trial and see what you think

matt
ade_mcfade e2
10 15.1k 216 England
15 Sep 2011 5:58PM
I sold one!

yeah!

a shot of an aston martin DBS

woo hoo

that's a tenth of this month's mortgage paid!
mohikan22 10 2.3k 1 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2011 6:21PM
Congrats Grin
LensYews e2
6 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2011 7:44AM
With all of these sites you will need to market them to get the sales, I'm coming up to 300 customers over 2 years on Zenfolio. Setting up the site and setting the pricing was the easy part, getting those images in front of the eyes of people who might buy them, and then actually getting them sold is much tougher. So Redrubble will probably do what you are looking for, if you have a good business plan to support sales through that channel.
Britman e2
8 1.7k England
21 Sep 2011 9:38PM
Just signed up for Redbubble, can't do any harm and I might sell a psot card or 2
PLH 4 23 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2011 6:11PM
Just had an email telling me I've sold a couple of images through RB, Link
I try & upload regularly & allright, I'm not going to retire on the profits but it's nice to know your work's good enough for somebody to part with their hard earned.
Billlee e2
8 5.5k England
20 Dec 2011 8:05PM

Quote:What are the prints like from them - quality wise? Has anyone seen them?

I've just started an account on there, uploaded a few shots - not really dedicated much time to it.

How much mark up are people putting on ?



Print quality is very good IMHO.
Seen a couple of canvas prints from them... like 'em!
gingerdelight e2
8 298 11 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2012 1:51PM
Just caught up with this conversation! I am also on RB and have sold a few cards but have still not reached the amount needed for RB to pay out! I cannot remember how much this is, about $20 I think! For the sale of greetings cards you earn pence rather than pounds but it is still quite "exciting to" get that email saying you have made a sale!! Wink Wink

The quality of the greetings cards is very good - I ordered the smallest size but next time will order the larger size. I have also ordered one of their calendars and although the price is quite high the quality is exceptional. Really thick card-like paper and a really large size. Well worth the money and I was pleasantly surprised!

One thing I would advise though is to use the watermarking option. As some of you may know, a while back I had an image stolen and I think it was from RB although I cannot be sure. I had not watermarked it, but I do this for all my images now.

I have encountered other EPZers on there plus other friendly folk so it's worth taking a look, IMHO.

Carol

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