Jessica Amber's Blog
It's super easy to get caught up in an uploading frenzy on Redbubble. More art = more chances to be viewed = more sales. Right? But if we are not thoughtful about what artworks represent us at our best, we can end up with collections that look lazy, badly formatted, and a major buyer turn-off.
I'm going to do a self-review of a subset of my Redbubble store - clocks. Right now I've got 44 clocks enabled in my store, and it's time to go though them and see if they can be improved, or should just be disabled. The goal, to have the clocks that appear in my store be the best of the best, to look professional and high enough quality that I myself would want to buy them. Let's do it.
I'm going to evaluate each artwork based on several characteristics...
Sometimes these questions are hard to answer. Maybe you just get a gut feeling that a design isn't working. That's okay! You can always disable the item now and re-enable later.
Time to jump in!
Other Gaming Mains Artworks with Same Feedback
Creep | Weirdo | Witch
Pro: I like a good drippy font
Con: Having a word just slapped on a clock doesn't look good
Action: Disable all of these. In the future, make clocks that have drippy numbers.
Pew Pew Mew
Borderlands Fan Art
All The Spooky Ones
Total artworks to disable: 24
The 'After Disabling A Bunch of Stuff' Redbubble Store
I hope that watching me purge a lot of things from my Redbubble store helps you in refining your own collections, and putting out the best Redbubble store you can.
If you have any questions about improving your Redbubble store, please leave a comment!
Peace, love and sunshine,