If you have a store on Zazzle, the print on demand site, you will quickly realise, that like most internet marketing, making money there is a numbers game. True the images that you put on products have to be of high quality and original, but to compete with the millions of products there, you also have to upload a lot of them. No matter how resourceful you are, there is always the danger that you will run out of inspiration for new images to upload.
I first joined Zazzle with the idea of putting the photographs of my pet frogs and geckos to use. However, for reasons that I still fail to understand, my frogs just didn't seem to be that popular. People really prefer pictures of cute kittens and puppies to amphibians! But I was hooked on using the site, and I decided that I simply needed to expand my horizons and try different topics.