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(1888 PressRelease) GearBubble, a "print on demand" company, now has an integration that allows you to upload products directly to Amazon. You don't need to buy products or spend any money upfront.
* * GearBubble Launches Amazon Integration Service 1888 Press Release - GearBubble, a "print on demand" company, now has an integration that allows you to upload products directly to Amazon. You don't need to buy products or spend any money upfront. GearBubble, a full-service print-on-demand company that enables individuals from around the world, through their platform, to sell items like shirts, mugs, necklaces, and more on-demand, this week officially announced its innovative, digital Amazon integration service is now officially available. Borne from a passion for helping individuals to create their own unique items without having to shoulder the cost of expensive inventory, GearBubble is a revolutionary solution that is going to save people both time and money. “This platform is the alternative answer to buying a minimum of 100 pieces of inventory for just getting started with an individual product design,” said Donald Wilson, Founder and Owner of http://www.GearBubble.com. “Instead, through our site or Amazon integration, they can take their design and have it created on our platform with zero up-front costs.” The GearBubble Amazon integration services enables people to take their personal design and have it put on top of a product mockup, click a button, and have it auto-imported right over to Amazon. When a customer in the future buys the item, the information is sent back to GearBubble, and the company produces the item, ships it to the customer, and sends the tracking information to Amazon on behalf of the customer. To take advantage, the person needs to have an Amazon Pro account, which is $40 per month. The service enables people to create thousands of their own products with hands-off assembling. “There are a lot of creative and talented people out there who are deterred from creating a product due to the up-front costs,” said Donald Wilson. “With our service, we want everyone to feel encouraged to get their creative juices flowing. Spread the word on the rollout of our Amazon integration service today.” For more information, visit: http://www.GearBubble.com. * * *