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Uncle Pete

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« on: July 10, 2021, 09:21 »
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https://www.artstorefronts.com/

It's under POD because that's what I see on the surface?



PaulieWalnuts

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« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2021, 09:21 »
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https://www.artstorefronts.com/

It's under POD because that's what I see on the surface?

Not using it but looked into it a few years ago. It's a turnkey art platform to build your own website. I remember being put off because there was a whole involved process of demo and sales pitch. And I couldn't just sign up for a trial to see if it met my needs. Pricing also doesn't seem to be public and after I dug it up it's pretty expensive. Plus they take a transaction fee on your sales.

Again, it's just a website platform. As part of their offering they claim to provide marketing assistance but some of the comments I've seen have been mixed. You only make as many sales as the customers you bring.

This is older info but gives some perspective https://theabundantartist.com/artstorefronts-com-review-done-print-demand-service/

I'm working on a Shopify site now.
« Last Edit: July 12, 2021, 09:39 by PaulieWalnuts »

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2021, 09:47 »
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https://www.artstorefronts.com/

It's under POD because that's what I see on the surface?

Not using it but looked into it a few years ago. It's a turnkey art platform to build your own website. I remember being put off because there was a whole involved process of demo and sales pitch. And I couldn't just sign up for a trial to see if it met my needs. Pricing also doesn't seem to be public and after I dug it up it's competitive to other popular platforms.

Again, it's just a platform. If you have print customers and want to make fulfillment easier with automation then this could make sense. If you have no customers, you'll need to bring them to your site otherwise you'll likely be paying a lot of money for little to no sales.

This is older info but gives some detail https://theabundantartist.com/artstorefronts-com-review-done-print-demand-service/

I'm working on a Shopify site now.

Thank You, the whole demo and no pricing, put me off too.

Oh well, heavy up front, then transaction fees and monthly hosting costs. Seems like Shopify and FAA are landing in the winners circle.


 

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