How To Upload Designs to Zazzle Quickly and Efficiently to Multiple Products – Without Using the Zazzle Quick Create Tool
If you read my previous post about the Zazzle Quick Create tool and gave it a shot you may realize that it has some bumps and glitches. If you haven’t read it you can read it by clicking here.
I’ve developed my own way to quickly upload products to Zazzle as efficiently as possible.
Disclaimer: This post assumes that you have a basic knowledge of the Zazzle platform. If you are a complete newbie and need a walkthrough I will be adding a post with a video walking you through the design tool shortly and will add a link here when it is ready.
If you are wondering if it is possible to make money on Zazzle, give my Zazzle Income Report a read here!
Step 1: Create a Product in Zazzle
First things first, create your first product. I prefer all-over print patterns, so for this example, I would use something with an all-over print and two sides. Like a tote bag or pillow.
Add your design to each side and list it with your chosen keyword-rich title, description, and tags. Leave the type of product out of title, description, and tags. So if I am creating a pillow I will let Zazzle auto-populate the product in the title and only use your keywords. In the description and tags, don’t reference the type of product, as this will save you time going forward.
Tip: I don’t add any product-specific tags or words in my description to make things go faster in the later steps. I usually just describe the design in the description, keep it simple as it doesn’t count towards search results in Zazzle. For this design, I simply wrote Blue polka dot design.
I also don’t use product-specific tags such as pillow, cushion, etc as Zazzle includes those words for us.
Step 2: Transfer Design
Now that your base product is created, go to your store and your newly created product. under your product click “actions,” right-click transfer this design, and open in new window or tab depending on your preference. Before you go to the new tab or page, click “actions” again and select Edit. A pop up window should appear with all of the details for you product. Leave this page as it is and go to your new tab/page with the choose a product page.
From the new window, you can choose which products you want to recreate this design on. I like to right-click and open each product in a new tab to save me time. You can also search for the product you wish to put your design on
You may need to go into the design feature and adjust each image a bit here and there as they don’t always transfer seamlessly.
Step 3: Sell It
Once you are happy with the design, click done, and sell it.
Now you are back to the Post Product for Sale page.
Toggle between the two tabs/pages that you have open (the Edit window you opened earlier and the Post Product for Sale page) and copy and paste the title, description, and tags.
Click Post it! and you are good to go.
Step 4: Rinse and Repeat
Now you can go back to the Choose a Product page and select another product, adjust the design, click “Sell It” and copy and paste the title and description.
This is the process. It’s a bit tedious, but it works like a charm. And there’s no wait time for items to get published like when using the quick create tool.
Step 5: Bulk Edit Products
Once you have a handful of designs ready and published, you can go into your store’s product page, select the ones you would like, and add events & occasions, recipients, and categories in bulk.
More on How to Upload Designs to Zazzle Quickly
Hopefully this post has helped you out and you can now quickly upload all of your artwork going forward.
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