How to Sell Your Art Online – The Definitive Guide

how to sell you art online definitive guide
how to sell your art online - definitive guide

I’ve written several posts over the past few years of my journey of learning to sell my art online through Print on Demand. These include comparisons of the different print on demand websites, tips to increase sales, social media promotion, product reviews and more.

Since there was nowhere to find all of these posts in one place I’ve decided to create this definitive guide on how to sell your art online!

My plan is to update this list whenever I create new posts on this topic, so it will continue to grow and be a great resource for those of you who are learning to sell your art online through Print on Demand websites.

Let me know what other information you are looking for by leaving a comment below, and I will do my best to add it here for you!

Getting Started

Print on Demand Website Reviews

Marketing

Other Useful Posts

Product Reviews

My Print on Demand Stores (to help inspire you)

redbubble
artscase
society6
amazon
zazzle
teepublic

I hope this guide will be useful for all of you artists out there who are trying to make some extra money by selling your art online through Print on Demand websites.

Be sure to subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss any new posts, and bookmark this guide so you can come back to it whenever new information is added.

Let’s do this! 💪

Cheers,

Julie

9 thoughts on “How to Sell Your Art Online – The Definitive Guide

  1. OH my gosh thank you for a list! Before you made this and when I was studying POD back last fall/into winter last year, I was literally saving your posts via my web browser having a bunch of saved links – now it’s all in one place! Convenient! :)

  2. Actually, I have a question.I don’t know where else to put this. Long story short, my partner now wants to team up and do POD shirts, and with no affiliation to my “katesartz” accounts , but rather under our own “business” name in which we’re using for other freelance jobs (word of mouth mostly right now, we’re working on our website). Do you know anything about having to register ourselves as a business, or if we even have to bother? I read somewhere that it depends on how much you make or something. We’re in Ontario if that helps any, and I know we’ll have to fill out those tax forms as freelancers. But like, if we’re making a small team of artists and collaborating on jobs – including designing shirts and selling them online – do you think we should register as a business?

    1. I registered my business in 2019 , as a sole proprietor. Once i was making over $5000 in a year I decided to do it, but that was just an arbitrary number I came up with, not from a legal standpoint. This year will be my first year doing taxes as a “business” but I think the main reason you’d do it is so you can deduct any expenses involved with your business and pay slightly less taxes.