• Get this secret weapon to generate ideas for Merch by Amazon designs

    Here’s another endorsement for the Merch Momentum newsletter, which we’ve mentioned previously. This endorsement comes from Chris Wilkey at FBA Master, who contributed to our previous experts’ roundup posts on How to Get Sales on Merch by Amazon and Unusual Tips for Getting Sales on Amazon Merch. He’s published a lot on Merch by Amazon recently and his posts are definitely worth reading. Anyway, here’s what he had to say about the Merch Momentum newsletter. This is a killer weekly newsletter that is created by Merch Momentum (by a guy named Michael Essany) and I have fallen …

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  • Upcoming holidays for print-on-demand designs

    For the most part, we encourage sellers to look for evergreen designs for their print-on-demand business. However, seasonal, holiday, and event-driven designs make up a large percentage of all ecommerce purchases, and designs catering to those shouldn’t be overlooked. Even with a shorter period to sell designs, the increased number of purchases can more than make it worth the effort. Of course, there are differences to consider when creating products for a specific season, holiday, or event. Seasonal and holiday likely can be used each year and may have a relatively selling period. Christmas holiday-themed designs are a good example. …

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  • Merch Momentum Weekly Strategy Guide for Merch by Amazon

    Just came across this via the Merch Minds podcast  Episode 066: Interview with Michael Essany from Merch Momentum . This week Michael Essany from Merch Momentum stops by to talk to Glen and Yong. Michael shares his journey into Merch, but he also discusses his new weekly Merch Momentum Monday Strategy Guide. … Michael goes in-depth on his own best-selling niches, but he also shares niches you could have never even thought of. Every week you get over 15-plus pages of Michael’s insight of the Merch business. In fact, Yong is so certain that you will find value in the …

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  • Public Domain Works for Print on Demand Platforms

    We’ve been doing some research around public domain works and how these works are handled when it comes to intellectual property. As we’ve mentioned, we take trademark and copyright issues very seriously and have multiple checks in place. Recently, we came across a great site at TeachingCopyright.org. They have a page of FAQs when it comes to public domain works that’s well worth a read as it may help clarify a few things, as well as spark some ideas for new designs. There are three main categories of public domain works: Works that automatically enter the public domain upon creation, …

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