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How Redbubble upload automation tools can help you make more money

in Guest Creators

Note from Rob at PODlify: This guest post from a passive income specialist is brilliant. You’ll find interesting tips for increasing your income on Redbubble.

You may have seen a lot of chatter among side hustlers about generating passive income from Redbubble.

Is it legit? What is Redbubble, anyway? In this blogpost I’m going to cover these basic questions, and much more.

Can you really make money on Redbubble?

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Rob
Marketing advice from an artist in Guest Creators
Resident-Artist
Resident-Artist

Marketing and promotion can be a tricky thing for some people. Over the last 2 years I’ve been doing a lot of work in the artist well-being space, and a common thread that came up as a source of anxiety and stress for artists was the pressure and expectations of marketing. We can go more in-depth into the personal concerns in that space another time, but for now I wanted to share a few tips on how to get the word out and promote your art.

How to get going and upload automatically to Redbubble, Teepublic and other POD stores in Guest Creators
Resident-Artist
Resident-Artist

Adopting a new platform can feel overwhelming at times (especially when existing platforms seem to change how they do things on such a regular basis). A major goal of PODlify is to reduce the often overwhelming nature of operating across POD platforms, so we thought it would be good to lay out the basics for people on how and where to get started.

What is PODlify? in Guest Creators
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Resident-Artist

First things first, let’s get the introductions out of the way shall we.

Hi, my name’s Matthew Dunn aka matthewdunnart. I’m an artist who lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. Over the years I’ve worked in publishing, music, comics, and more. Throughout that time I’ve been an active artist on many different Print On Demand (POD) websites.

And that’s what’s led me here to PODlify.