How to sell on Redbubble
I’ve had my store for about a year now and it’s come a long way since I first started. I really like Redbubble because they have just about every type of product that your store could want, so you can always find something to sell. Plus, it’s free to set up a store, so it’s good for beginners if you want to try things out without any risk.
I really like Redbubble because there are very few requirements to meet before you can start selling on their site. They don’t require you to make a minimum number of sales or anything like that, which means that it’s easy to get started even if you’re a beginner. All you need to do is create a product, add some images, and write a good title and description.
Once you’ve created your products, it’s time to start sharing them on social media. The best way to get your products indexed on Google is to share them on free to share platforms like Pinterest. This will get you some good links and social media coverage, which in turn will get more people to your store. You’ll also want to make sure that you’re using keyword tools like Merchant Words and Google Trends to make sure that the products you sell are actually getting searched for on Google.
- My main points of focus if you’re starting a Redbubble store as a beginner are:
- focus on seo
- focus on uploading eye-catching designs
- ensure your titles and tags are solid
- share to pinterest and other free to share platforms in order to get your design indexed on google
- use keyword tools and methods to guarantee sales