March KDP and Other Results


​March was a strange month. Coronavirus kept all of us close to home and had an effect on Merch By Amazon and Kindle Direct Publishing.  Merch has been shut down temporarily here in the US. KDP is still open but shipment of most no and low content books is taking much longer than normal. Also, design […]

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KDP February Results

Garden Planner

​By February 12th I had uploaded over 300 low content books to Kindle Direct Publishing but​, 125 of those were still in review status – some going back as far of the 4th of the month. I decided to ​slow my uploads for a few days to let Amazon catch up and to do more research […]

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KDP January Results

Red Spider Journal

​I put my first low content books on Amazon Kindle Print On Demand January 10th 2020. Those early additions went live on the 12th and 13th. Since then I have added 150 notebooks, logs, journals and other books. 135 of them were live as of the 31st. My first sale did not occur until 30 […]

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Low Content Books On Kindle Print On Demand

Camping Journal

Camping JournalA few months ago I tried uploading a low content book on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). That ​camping journal never sold and I didn’t follow up with more designs. I got involved with Merch by Amazon and dropped the ball on KDP. ​A few days ago I came across that book I had uploaded […]

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Tier 100 on Merch By Amazon

Merch by Amazon Tier 100

​I finally tiered up to level 100 on Merch by Amazon​!Hopefully the real profits will start now.

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Find Your Thing On Redbubble

Redbubble Artwork

​​Redbubble is a well organized way to find exceptional work from creative artists. You will find wall art, apparel, home decor items and accessories to match any taste and style.  From photography to illustration to text only t-shirts – Redbubble has something for everyone. Are you creative? Check out RedBubble, where you can exhibit and sell […]

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Offering Custom Print On Demand Service

Custom POD Service

​The print on demand business has become super competitive as more and more people jump in for, what they think, is easy money. It is also a ripe environment for copycats. Any design that sells will have people copying it in hopes of cashing in on that success. I think many of them will drop out […]

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How My POD Business Is Going

Custom Design

​I have been very active creating new designs for Merch By Amazon and Redbubble some on TeePublic too but not as many as the others. Sales have been slow in coming though.  In this post I will go over some of the new things I have been trying.​Stuck on Tier 25​I have not been able to […]

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Adding a New Supplier

Grandpa's Tees on TeePublic

​I had not planned on adding a third print on demand supplier just yet but my mind was changed by a post on the Redbubble blog. I have added a few designs to TeePublic for just one reason. ​Redbubble ​owns the company and I hope to move forward with them. As a Redbubble user and fan, I […]

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Moving Up To Tier 25 On Merch

First Grade

​At almost exactly two months into my new print on demand business I have finally moved up to the next tier on Merch By Amazon. That means I can now have 25 designs live on Amazon and I can upload 3 designs a day.​To get here I needed to sell 10 shirts while on tier […]

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