Zazzle.com and Cafepress.com

January 15, 2009
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Here is a nice new age Web 2.0 website to create customized website merchandising. You get a share of the royalty and can create products like caps, T shirts and Mugs. I used to have an account some years back  at www.cafepress.com and this website www.zazzle.com seems to do the job, perhaps taking it up […]


Here is a nice new age Web 2.0 website to create customized website merchandising. You get a share of the royalty and can create products like caps, T shirts and Mugs. I used to have an account some years back  at www.cafepress.com and this website www.zazzle.com seems to do the job, perhaps taking it up a notch higher.

 www.Cafepress.com                               www.zazzle.com

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Here is an example of a cap–Remember you can buy it by clicking on it.

 

 

ps- I got the tip from the Sandro at http://dataminingresearch.blogspot.com/

He is offering lot more stuff for sale.

pps- Coming up –

A Survey Poll on

  • Online Web Advertisements (Text,Graphic,Flash) and
  • Merchandising (Branded,Third Party,Affiliated)

 

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