Monday, November 14, 2011

Earn Money as a Zazzle Affiliate

Earn Money as a Zazzle Affiliate
As a Zazzle affiliate, you can make 15% to 32% without starting your own shop. Promoting customizable products offered on Zazzle is so easy. All you need is a website, blog, social network such as Seekyt, Twitter and Facebook, and then you are halfway there. The next step would be to sign up with Zazzle.
Zazzle is that it is a FREE site to join as a shopkeeper and an affiliate. Never will you have to pay a fee. Zazzle will pay you to promote and sell unique products.
Creating an account on Zazzle is easy. Choose a name and password. Decide if you would like a check or the money sent to your PayPal account. Once you reach your minimum payout of $25, a payment of your cleared earnings sent to your PayPal account or check. Unlike some sites, no fee will ever be taken out, what you earn is 100% profit.
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Sandy Mertens, (also known as Sandyspider, sandyspiderbite and SandyM online, plus a few others not listed). Began online as an internet marketer and soon found a passion for writing. An online writer and researcher who enjoys photography, art, graphics art, web design and working on blogging.

Looking for a change of career, Sandy opened up her first website http://www.ebooktreesaver.com . With a premade template, she soon used this as a guide to learn HTML and create all her websites from scratch. The eBook site does not look anything like the original one.

A website directory was created to show where to find Sandy, http://www.sandyspider.com/ This directory is a work in process and has only a portion of where she can be found.

Discovering the creative side, she opened up several CafePress shops. A year later opened up her first Zazzle shop. She now has two shops:

Her designs can also be found on http://www.3drose.com under Sandy Mertens on 3Drose.. These designs are on Amazon. Type in the product listed from the website or her name in Amazon to find these products.