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How to Make Your First $20 on Redbubble: A Full Guide
Are you a new Redbubble user who wants to learn more about how to make your first $20? In this guide, we will share tips and strategies to help you start making money on Redbubble. The video tutorial is split into six parts: design, setting up your store, keywords, SEO, the upload process, and advertising your products.
Part one: The Design Process
In this section, we'll go through the tools and design tips for creating successful Redbubble designs. The two primary tools used for the design process are Canva and PlaceIt. Canva is incredibly easy to use, even for those with little graphic design experience. PlaceIt offers a lot of free pre-made templates to allow for quick and efficient design editing.
Some designing tips include making sure that your design visible on all colors after uploading, ensuring that your designs are appropriate for your target audience, and avoiding copyright infringement.
Part two: Setting Up Your Store
Setting up your Redbubble store is crucial in selling your designs and making a profit. You should change your pricing immediately to avoid losing money when you start making sales. Additionally, creating a Google Analytics account and copy-pasting the tracking ID into your Redbubble dashboard can help track your store's progress.
Part three: Keywords
Effective keyword research is essential for maximizing your Redbubble sales. Three keyword methods include cult references, famous people, quotes, famous song lyrics, using Ahrefs, and search operators. You should also check keyword volume and determine whether a keyword's search intent is worth using.
Part four: SEO
Search engine optimization (SEO) for Redbubble can help increase your store’s visibility. It's essential to ensure that each design's tags and descriptions are optimized for Google's search engine. You should use Ahrefs keyword generator and tags generator to search for keywords with high search traffic and competition levels.
Part five: The Upload Process
When uploading your designs, it's essential to make sure that they are straight and that none of the design is cut off. Make sure that all your images are in the right place and are visible on all products.
Part six: Advertising Your Products on Pinterest
Pinterest is a great platform to advertise your Redbubble products and gain more clicks, even if they don't convert into purchases. These clicks increase your Google and Redbubble algorithms' visibility and help you appear higher in search results.
Harnessing the Power of Pinterest to Promote Your Redbubble Products
If you're a Redbubble seller looking to increase your product visibility, you might want to consider advertising your products through social media. In this article, we'll focus on Pinterest, a highly visual social networking site that serves as an online bulletin board or canvas for users to "pin" visually appealing images and videos.
Why Pinterest? Aside from being easy to use, Pinterest can help drive traffic to your Redbubble store and improve your search engine ranking. Even if you don't make a sale, the clicks will still help you in both Google’s and Redbubble's algorithm.
Want to know how to get started? Here's a step-by-step guide:
Creating Pins for Your Redbubble Products
- Click on "Share Your Work" on your Redbubble account, and choose the design that you want to promote on Pinterest.
- Download the images from Redbubble, or edit them using image-editing software to make them look more professional.
- Download at least two or three images to create a carousel.
- Go to Pinterest and drag and drop your images into the site.
- Add a title and use relevant keywords and tags.
- Write a description using the product description from Redbubble.
- Create a new relevant board and add the pin to it.
- Add alt text to help you appear on Google search results on Pinterest.
- Paste the Redbubble product URL as the destination link.
- Hit publish!
Additional Tips for Success
- Start by uploading at least one design a day to keep your content fresh.
- Motivation is vital, as you won't see an immediate return on investment.
- Follow relevant Pinterest boards/people to grow your following.
Remember, the more clicks and impressions your pins get, the more people will see your products. The key is to be consistent and strategic in your approach. So start pinning and watch your Redbubble store gain more visibility!