Even though 2020 was a crazy year, the Christmas holiday season showed just how much potential there is in the print on demand business.
We’ve entered the hottest time of the year for ecommerce, and my print on demand sales are confirming just that. Still, completely passive.
October has been another fully passive month for my print on demand business. Therefore, I’m happy with this still quite stable income stream.
The last month before Q4 has passed — and it has been a completely passive one for me. Let’s check the results for one month of doing nothing.
The month started quite weak on the sales side, but finished off quite well given that it’s still summer holiday season. I can’t complain!
Sales have been cooling off a bit lately — summer holidays? All details in the seventh edition of my print on demand income report.
We are already halfway through 2020 and it’s time for the sixth edition of my print on demand income report — including motivating results!
Another month, another print on demand income report during these crazy times. But it seems as if people keep buying merch nonetheless.
The coronavirus is stoll holding the world in a chokehold, the print on demand industry included. But it’s still showing enough signs of life!
The coronavirus situation is taking its toll on the global economy, including ecommerce. March was a bad month for print on demand sales.