November is over. We find out today that we are in an official recession, and have been for a whole year now. Duh. I certainly didn't need a committee to tell me that. However, November's sales were somehow promising, if only temporarily. Here's how it racks up.
On Cafepress, I made sales of items in the following designs:
Don't Make Me Break Out in Tourette's
John 3:16 Czech
Unsocialized Homeschool Children on Board
I Love My Norwegian Elkhound
I Love My Flock
We are Unsocialized
Obsessive Cockatiel Disorder
Obsessive Catfish Disorder
I Love My Toy Manchester Terrier
I Love My Nubian Goats
Tasmanian Devil in Tutu
John 3:16 Hungarian
I Love My Alpine Goats
Obsessive Chihuahua Disorder
OK, that's not great, but considerably better than any month in recent memory.
On Zazzle, I made sales of items in the following designs:
None. No sales.
And on Printfection?
Zero. Nada. Zip.
Interesting. I checked what was going on between the three websites over on Google Trends. Here is the result.
Of course, you could make the case that since I have more designs on Cafepress, that accounts for much of the discrepancy. However, I don't have that many more designs on Cafepress, and Zazzle and Printfection offer a number of items not available on Cafepress.
All of this suggests that, although galleries are free on Zazzle and Printfection, you may get exactly what you pay for. We'll see how December stacks up.
See Cafepress vs Printfection vs Zazzle
See Cafepress vs Printfection vs Zazzle Part 3