Zazzle.com, home of one of the internet’s leading websites for customizable products, allows their users to full control to design, customize, order, and even sell a wide variety of products.
Zazzle.com, which was established almost ten years ago, prides itself on allowing anyone to customize a wide variety of items, including but not limited to t-shirts, iPhone cases, iPad cases, messenger bags, posters, mugs, planners, clocks, hats, all types of cards, and more.
But perhaps their largest claim to fame is not how many items you can customize, but rather the level of control over the customization you have. While other websites allow you to upload an image or change text or a font, Zazzle.com allows you to customize pretty much everything.
You can change images, fonts, placements, layouts, sizes and parameters of the project. If there is something you wish to change, the tools available at Zazzle.com give you the ability to alter and customize it to your liking.
The only potential problem with this level of control, according to PCMag, is that tools available at Zazzle.com are a little advanced for the beginner designer, while at the same time being a little basic for the advanced designer.
That being said, as long as a beginner designer doesn’t bite off more than they can chew, they should be able to use the tools provided by Zazzle.
Zazzle.com also allows you to create an online store where you can sell your designed Zazzle products to others; there is no charge for selling your items through Zazzle.com.
You can also become a Zazzle.com Associate, which allows you to refer buyers to Zazzle.com. When they purchase a product at Zazzle – whether from your store or any product at all – you will earn a commission.
1 ‘Zazzle.com’ Review
ZAZZLE IS SCAMMING ON COMMISSION TO THEIR SELLERS
I am a seller at Zazzle for almost 5 years! On and off I have noticed discrepancies on their commission calculations, they were usually very good on crediting any difference and it happened only occasionally (that I noticed). Now Zazzle is regularly chipping off my commission. I have called and emailed Zazzle and their excuse is simply that they have promotions. That is B*** S***!! Because the math on the commission is the same. The sellers make a percentage commission on their final sale, but zazzle is skimming a bit off here and there at there own discretion, without NO explanation. What would the appropriate gov agency can I report this stealing form zazzle?? Sellers need to open their eyes and do their math! I am surprised I am the only one so far that has noticed this. http://Zazzle.com/GalleriaofArt.com