When deciding between Zazzle and Spoonflower, it’s crucial to understand the key differences. Zazzle offers a lower entry barrier, allowing unlimited product uploads, while Spoonflower requires design proofing. Spoonflower stands out with its weekly design competition, offering exposure and engagement. Zazzle demands more manual product creation but boasts a broader product range. Consider your target audience, design preferences, and willingness to pay for proofing when choosing the right platform for your needs. Ultimately, the choice is a personal one.
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