Print On Demand Profits - Raymond Wayne - ebook

Let's be honest, we all hear about how eCommerce is booming and how anybody can create an online store and start selling like crazy, but so few actually succeed in a consistent way... The truth is that a lot of people   started an online store  or   tried  dropshipping, and they got burned or gave up too early...They struggled with technical stiff like setting up an online store, pre-paid stock, inventory, fulfilment , cashflow,  and so on. There is actually an EASY and FAST way to start   - following the “Print On Demand Profits ” business model. Most industries have peaks and troughs. Selling products using Print on Demand is no different.  There are seasonal aspects to selling and you will find that some parts of the year are far more lucrative than others.   The good news with this type of business is that you carry little in the way of overheads  while  Brick and Mortar  based  businesses  still have to find money to pay for their business property, electricity, and other  running costs . Cashflow  and  heavy expenses  is less of a factor or worry for the POD business. With Print On Demand you can create and sell any custom products that range from apparels, jewelleries, to home decors .There is no inventory needed. You literally just print your products on DEMAND – based on what your customers want... ... And you do not need to worry about fulfillment. Everything is taken care of via 3rd party providers subject to some online   fulfilment   providers There are literally tens of thousands people of all ages who are on the lookout for a practical and reliable eCom  similar  type of   business that can help them generate a consistent income from ecommerce. This ebook  “ Print On Demand Profits  ” will provide an  up to date  guideline  with  its step by step tutorial   content  , will discuss on the necessary  formality  where  to  get everything  they require   to quickly and easily launch their own print-on-demand business using a proven 4-step process. With its low barriers to entry and minimal up-front costs - Print On Demand can be the foundation of a rewarding and profitable business  

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Table of Contents

Print On Demand Profits


Module One

Module Two

Module Three

Module Four

Module 5




Every effort has been made to be accurate in this publication. The publisher does not assume any responsibility for errors, omissions or contrary interpretation. We do our best to provide the best information on the subject, but just reading it does not guarantee success. You will need to apply every step of the process in order to get the results you are looking for.

This publication is not intended for use as a source of any legal, drafting and design  medical or accounting advice. The information contained in this guide may be subject to laws in the United States and other jurisdictions. We suggest carefully reading the necessary terms of the services/products used before applying it to any activity which is, or may be, regulated. We do not assume any responsibility for what you choose to do with this information. Use your own judgment.

Any perceived slight of specific people or organizations, and any resemblance to characters living, dead or otherwise, real or fictitious, is purely unintentional.

Some examples of past results are used in this publication; they are intended to be for example purposes only and do not guarantee you will get the same results. Your results may differ from ours. Your results from the use of this information will depend on you, your skills and effort, and other different unpredictable factors.

It is important for you to clearly understand that all marketing activities carry the possibility of loss of investment for testing purposes. Use this information wisely and at your own risk.

Copyright © 2018 Raymond Wayne



Module One -Print On Demand

Setting Up  


Types of Product

Module two -Choosing A Supplier 






Wrap Up on Suppliers

Module Three -Product Creation

Product Ideas

Creating Your Image

Method One

Method Two

Method Three

Method Four

Outsourcing Designs

The Process

Module Four  -Selling your Product

Step By Step

Selling Options

Selling On Etsy

Selling on Amazon

Advertising on Facebook

Module Five  Extra Information

Pinterest Boards

Printful To Etsy Integration

Conclusion    ....


Print on Demand is a marvelous concept.  On the one side you have the retailer who has to do the creative side of things and on the other side you have the supplier who does everything else. 

Are you the sort of person that has good ideas for products?  Do you think ‘that would look great on a t shirt’ ?  Do you think of yourself as someone that knows what looks good and what doesn’t?  Then this might be the ideal business for you. 

The Print on Demand business is the ideal project to get somebody who is unhappy in their current situation started on the road to having their own business full time.  To use a term I have heard quite a lot in recent times - it is

‘The ideal side hustle’.  I say a side hustle because there are so many people that dream of quitting their day job and see starting a business in their spare time as the way out.  Most people don’t ever find their way out and some end up swapping to something that still feels like a job but with more hours and more worry.  This is different gravy.

Print on Demand is different because

It is very easy to produce a product

There doesn’t need to be any financial investment to get started

There is no stockholding to worry about

No premises needed

No staff to pay

No pressure for consistent sales if it is a side hustle

You can have your own business up and running in 24 hours

Those were not the seven steps.  Just a different list of seven reasons to think about getting involved in the Print On Demand business.  You have to list in sevens. That is marketing 101.

So, onwards and upwards. Let us get on to the seven steps to get your Print on Demand business up and running.

Here we go.


The Print on Demand business model is based on peoples affinity with something.  A sport, a pastime, their dog , their family - it can be any number of things as long as it is relatable to their lives. If you want to sell somebody a t shirt with a slogan on it then that  person must have reason to want to buy it.  He must see something in the words that corresponds to something he recognises as part of what he has some passion for or interest in.

Your first job is to choose a niche that many people relate so that any designs you come up with later have a specific audience.  It needs to be specific because the more specific people’s interest is the more likely they are to buy your product.  For example people who like football are more likely to buy a t shirt with the team they follow on it than a design about the subject of football in general.  Another example is that people who like dogs are more likely to buy something that relates to a particular breed than just dogs in general. 

It helps if you are interested in the subject too because you might come up with some good ideas if you understand the niche properly and thoroughly. It is not compulsory though because you can easily research what sort of things are selling in the niche and come up with your own version of the winners.  Search the term on Pinterest and you will see what I mean.


If you have chosen your niche well then there will be communities of like minded people dotted all over the internet showing enthusiasm and passion for the interest you have in mind for your business.  You need to go out and find them in forums and on Reddit, Instagram and Facebook. Go anywhere your intuition tells you they might be and study what is going on.  Read and absorb what they talking about and give yourself the best chance of coming up with something that is currently relatable to them. You have to design a product to match these people’s passion and it be good enough for them to dust their wallet off and give you some cash. It could be sentiment or it could be humour.  You need to gauge what is required.



Creating good designs used to be a problem.  I certainly used to feel compelled to pay somebody with graphic design skills to do my designs for me as I didn’t feel I was very artistic.  Luckily things have moved on and technology has made it very simple to come up with something that looks good.  Also it took me a while to realise that sometimes simple designs sell better than complicated ones. 

You don’t have to be a wizard on Photoshop anymore to have a successful design.  There are simpler programmes you can use on your computer and even simpler apps you can use on your smartphone or ipad if you have one.

You can see in the picture a screenshot from my Iphone in which I have literally thought of a slogan I believed was worth a try and typed it into my app.  The app has a selection of templates and arranges the words for you in lots of different aesthetically pleasing formats so that it couldn’t be easier to come up with something eye catching.

The chequered background is essential and is a sign that the image has a transparent background which is necessary to print your design onto any product.  Honestly , that was two minutes work and I can add that design to 20 different types of product if it works when I test it.

I added it straight from my phone to Google Drive and now I can use on all my devices wherever I am.  I can make a product while I am on the train if I want to.


There is no shortage of Print on Demand suppliers.  Choosing your first supplier might actually be the task that takes you the longest time in this process.  There is a lot to consider here.  Your selling price and profit will depend on the base price you work off from your supplier so it is essential to be working with a good start price. 

The one drawback with Print on Demand is that the uniqueness of your design and the flexibility needed to produce one t shirt or one mug makes it necessary to charge a bit more.  So comparing different suppliers base prices is really important.  I do a spreadsheet to work out who is cheaper for what.

You should also research their reputation where possible because you want the quickest possible turnaround on your order.  When your customer pays you cannot keep them waiting too long as you don’t want to be fielding complaints and refund requests.