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    i have made 300 because i passed my first year, then i sold my laptop on ebay and made 150 but i still haven't got my money yet because paypal are trying to **** with me
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    my dad said he'd buy me a CD every time I did the ironing, this deal could potentially save me a fortune 'cos that's what I spend all my money on!

    However, no CDs yet, and I've done the ironing twice! Not happy.
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    (Original post by TheV)
    How does Zazzle work exactly?
    From what I understand, you create the designs, submit them to Zazzle and they will handle the ordering/manufacturing (i.e. putting design onto t-shirt/mug) and the customer pays Zazzle while you get a cut/royalties - is this right?
    You create a design, place it on a product / several at once using quick create, then set the royalty you want on it - I generally go for 20% on mine; standard is between 15% and 30%, I think.

    So the price you get varies depending on the product - bags, mousemats, tshirts make more than button badges, keyrings, or cards. It also changes depending on where your buyer is from as people can purchase your stuff from all over the world and prices and exchange rates fluctuate.
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    i got me a job

    bike hire place, turn up at 10.30, leave some time between 3.30 and 4.30 (depending on how busy the day was)... 40 quid a day :P resulttttttt.

    and cause the schools havn't broken up, we only rent out a few bikes a day so i spent most of the time chilling in the sun
 
 
 
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