10 Websites for Freelance Design Profits

Want to make money selling your graphic designs? The following 10 websites were made for you! Simply upload your designs and wait for the money to roll in… OK, so you’ll have to learn the nuances of being a profitable seller on each, but you can definitely turn any of these websites into cash cows for passive income.

So lets begin with our list of 10 websites where you can increase your design profits by selling you design items easily.


1. iStockphoto.com

Sell your photos and illustrations on iStockphoto, a stock image resource for other graphic designers. This is a great place to make money from your scraps.


2. DeviantArt.com

There’s a lot of edgy stuff going on here, and it’s where customers go when they’re looking for something out of the ordinary. Anyone can upload and sell there stuff here, but don’t let that detract you – there are some incredibly talented designers in the DeviantArt community.


3. Etsy.com

Though Etsy has become popular for crafts and homemade items, it’s also a great place to sell your graphic designs as prints.

4. Graphicleftovers.com

Got some spec designs and logos just sitting in your hard drive taking up space? Why not turn them generic and put them up for sale?


5. Shutterstock.com

Shutterstock is another great site for selling your photos, illustrations and vectors.


6. Vectorstock.com

This site specializes in stock vector art and other elements that other designers can buy to supplement their own designs.


 7. GraphicRiver.net

GraphicRiver is another stock store that is always looking for new material.


8. CafePress.com

Want to sell your own designs on shirts and other promo items without worrying about the cost of production? You can set up shops on Cafepress and let them take care of the printing and shipping!


9. CutCaster.com

Use your creativity to make a splash at Cutcaster. It’s another stock image site that allows you to sell different sized versions of your work at tiered price levels.


10. Zazzle.com

This is another storefront site that allows you to create and manage your own design shop. It’s very similar to Cafepress, but with uniquely different options and products to sell.

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Brian Morris writes for the PsPrint Design & Printing Blog. PsPrint is an online commercial printing company. Follow PsPrint on Twitter @PsPrint and Facebook.

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