Make money with your creativity! Put your original artwork, photographs, or great slogans on t-shirts, mugs, bumper stickers, clocks and more! Start your own product line for free!
by Chris Durst Jan. 10, 2017 If you are great at making hand-made items of any kind (knitting, crocheting, sewing, painting, beading, jewelry making, stained glass, pottery, basket weaving, doll making, ETC…) the internet offers some excellent ways to promote and sell your items online! Here are six popular sites (in no particular order) that Read more »
By Mike Haaren – Sept. 27, 2016 Work from Home as a Voice Over Artist – Anywhere in the World Do people say you have a nice voice? If so, you can earn money working from home as a Voice Over Artist. Projects and Pay Gigs are open now at Snap Recordings and Filmless, among Read more »
by Chris Durst Sep. 22, 2016 All it takes is one good idea to put a t-shirt line “on the map” – think about all of those “Life is Good” stick figure shirts. Who would have imagined that such a simple idea could become so huge?! Not so very long ago, having your own line Read more »
by Chris Durst July 7, 2016 Roses are red. Violets are blue… Have you ever strolled through the greeting card aisle looking for the perfect card for a special occasion and wondered, “Who writes this stuff?,” (either because you loved it, or hated it). Well, many greeting card companies actually solicit submissions from people just Read more »
Not so very long ago, having your own line of custom t-shirts meant you had to lay out some serious cash for inventory. You had to purchase shirt and printing on speculation and hope that you could sell them. NOW, YOU CAN HAVE YOUR VERY OWN CUSTOM-DESIGNED WEARABLES STORE ONLINE – NO COST, NO INVENTORY, Read more »
By Mike Haaren March 6, 2012 Dear Rat Race Rebellion: My daughter has been asking me to go into an online business with her, designing and selling tee shirts and other clothing items. She’s a gifted artist, and would bring the design skills and knowledge of the target customers, and I would bring the day-to-day Read more »