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Selling your Design or Art Online

dollar-sign.jpgWondering what to do with your cool designs of art?
Here are some ways you can sell them, or just show them off for fame or fun.

Make a Shirt or Mug

You ever had some idea, or phrase that would be awesome to put on a t-shirt or maybe on a coffee cup? You can do this on either Zazzle or CafePress easilly. You can put them on other objects as well that they have available, and you don't pay anything for the printing (they take a percentage of what you make). They've made T-shirt printing possible to everyone, check out this Youtube video that describes the benefits and how it works.

Sell as Stock Material

On iStockphoto.com and iStockvideo.com you can list your pictures and animation graphics for reuse. You choose how much you want to sell them for, and the money goes right into your account when it sells - don't need any phonecalls or paperwork. People need all sort of footage all the time. For movies, documentaries, blog articles, website graphics, etc. Sometimes they need it quick, and that's when they go on a stock footage site like that, and they're willing to pay instead of asking or getting signatures. Theres big business in taking pictures of all sorts of things in 'random' situations that people might need in their future projects.

Selling home-made Stuff

On Etsy.com you can sell your home made objects. Objects that are 'glued' together and made into new stuff. Ofcourse you could do this on Ebay too but Etsy is kindof a community of tinkerers, vintage collectors, people who dig hand-made stuff. You can find some cool jewlery, art, and clothing items on there, or sell your own. So you might have more luck on there getting noticed.

Don't forget to holler at Tubeblogger when you get famous! And leave a comment below saying thanks or something, it makes me happy. =)
Know any other great ways to make money off your art, online?

Nickolai Gibson

This article was written by Nickolai Gibson. A Tubeblogger and video editor who loves video gaming, technology, and YouTube videos.


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