I was wanting to sell a few products on my dog blog using print on demand, but am confused as to who to use. Printify, Redbubble, etc. Looking for dog bandanas, hats, t-shirts with my logo on them. Any suggestions? Also does that mean I need to connect it to my blog using the Woocommerce plugin?

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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Teespring and RedBubble

I'd say do your research well and always read the small print, their terms and conditions.

There may be a local service to where you are if you are planning on stocking inventory and may even fetch a lesser price.

You could also reach out to Upwork dot com or 99Designs dot com for a skilled pro do your designs. You can look at Society6 for designs however you cannot copy same, you have to get creative.

if you are selling items from your site, then yes you would need install the WooCommerce plugin.
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Coraliej Premium
Thank you so much for your comment. I am after a day of research finding out so much more. I am leaning toward redbubble to start maybe.
For redbubble I thought I didn’t need to use woocommerce. I thought I could create a page and then enter the code into it? Obviously I have more research to do.
Appreciate the help.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi, I believe you are right as far as Redbubble, however some folks have their inventory or they do drop shipping in which they would build a store using WordPress open source and/or Shopify platform.

We have a preference for Shopify as you can sell and blog and also has many apps you can use from within, their support team is top notch and no coding needed. Plus expanding your store to become a multivendor and further a field enterprise solutions for high volume sellers.


And you are so very welcome.
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IAnum1 Premium
It's difficult to tell as they are so many. Make a search for 'best print on demand sites'. and then sign up for some and try your hands on their tools for yourself. I hope this helps
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Coraliej Premium
Yeah that’s what I did, but find myself heading down the rabbit hole of print on demand! Haha
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