Helping You with Your Amazon FBA Business

Merch By Amazon

merch-by-amazon-dashboard

This is my Merch by Amazon Resource Page.  It’ll have links to my Merch blog posts and to the tools & services that I use.

June 20, 2017 Update:  Hit my first $100.00 month in Royalties and the month isn’t even over yet!  🙂

Blog Posts

Merch by Amazon: Make Money by Designing & Selling T-Shirts

Merch By Amazon: 60 Day Report

Merch By Amazon: Starting Over in Month #4

Two Tools for Your Merch by Amazon Business

Tools and Services

Creative Market: Great place to download free fonts and purchase font bundles at low prices.  Be sure to check their licensing agreements before using.

Merch Informer: Great way to find design ideas.  I use it to find “sayings” and niches that have low-competition.

Make-Merch: The easiest way to make t-shirts designs!  Just type your text into one of their templates, choose your colors, fonts and optional images and you have a Merch-Ready shirt.

Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud: I subscribe to the Individual->Photography plan.  I’m not a PhotoShop expert but learned enough to create designs on there.  My most advanced one is a photo that I took of my bird and I removed the background on it and added in some text.  It sold!  That was a great feeling considering that six months ago, I knew nothing about Photoshop.

VA Rentals 25 Designs and Keywords: Use them to purchase designs and optional titles and bullet points.  I purchased their 25-design package when I was first approved for Merch.

VA Rentals / EPS General Link: Scroll down to see other Merch packages.  I have also used them for shoe/clothing lists.

MerchReady Designs: Purchase designs one at a time.  All designs are all Merch-Ready and ready to download immediately.  Prices average around $10 and it’s a great way to get t-shirt designs quickly and without committing to a larger package.

Trademarkia: To check to see if a word or phrase is trademarked.

Merch Education

Proven Merch Course: This is a video course from Chris Green and it just came out in March 2017.  I believe this is some of the same material from his Merch Udemy Courses that I watched last year.  This is a good starting point for you to learn Merch.  In the future, there will be a more advanced Merch course.

Merch and the World of Print on Demand:  Print on Demand (POD) book by Jacob Topping.  You don’t need to be approved on Merch to benefit from his book because he covers 30+ POD platforms!  His book tells you how to get started with POD and also covers marketing and outsourcing.

How to Sell More Shirts!: Michael Essek’s newly updated book that’s filled with strategies, tips and tricks to help you grow a successful t-shirt business.

Contact Me

Please feel free to contact me on my Facebook Page or at diana@secondhalfdreams.com if you have any questions or Merch tips!

Affiliate Disclosure for SHD

Subscribe and Get a FREE FBA Guide

Organize your business with a task list, calendar & time-saving tips!
Plus a Bonus Inventory Tracking Spreadsheet!

I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.

About Diana


I am working towards creating a full-time income by selling on Amazon. It's a lot of work but very fun! If you're interested in selling on Amazon, be sure to follow my blog as I'll be providing you with lots of tips!

Services

Amazon FBA Supplies

Find the Topic That You’re Looking For!