Success with CafePress.com Published

Success with CafePress.com Published

The first book of its kind teaches readers to maximize their earning potential using the CafePress.com online service.

ORLANDO, FL (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) March 6, 2006 -- Orlando-based author Daniel M. Clark has published his first book, Success With CafePress.com, a work that aides consumers in finding their own success designing and selling merchandise using CafePress.com, a marketplace offering sellers complete e-commerce services to independently create and sell a wide variety of products. The book is available for purchase exclusively through CafePress.com, at www.cafepress.com/swcp

Inspired by his own success selling items on CafePress for nearly two years, Clark set out to write a book loaded with tips and advice for selling items ranging from personalized t-shirts to mugs, framed prints, compact discs and more than 80 other customizable products.

"I decided to write this for the CafePress community and the future Shopkeepers who will affect the shape of the Company in years to come. I wanted to share the experience and knowledge I have; the things that have made me a success with CafePress," Clark said.

As a shopkeeper Clark's shop Hectic Studios ( www.cafepress.com/hecticstudios ) focuses on humorous items like his "I AM NOT A TERRORIST" design, and items for gamers, geeks and kids. After experimenting with marketing his own shop and products Clark focused his efforts on educating others on how to reap success with CafePress.com.

"As a moderator and very active member of the CafePress online message boards, I see many new Shopkeepers coming in with the same questions about how they can make their shops successful," explains Clark. "This book aims to gather all the knowledge I've gleaned from various sources, including CafePress itself, into one place.

"Success with CafePress.com is the first book of its kind approved and authorized by CafePress.com. Highlights include a Q&A chapter with CafePress co-founders Fred Durham and Maheesh Jain, a complete walkthrough of shop setup, product creation, and customization options for Premium Shops.

"Daniel's book is quite an accomplishment, and the first book written to offer a step-by-step manual for using CafePress," adds CafePress.com co-founder Maheesh Jain. "It's sure to help new and existing Shopkeepers on their way to success on CafePress.

"Highly anticipated since its announcement in the CafePress online message boards last year, this is Clark's first published work. Future editions of the book are planned as the service grows and expands.

Success with CafePress.com has 15 chapters, over 239 pages, and is available in both spiral binding and perfect binding (both paperback).

About Daniel M. Clark
Daniel M. Clark has been a CafePress.com Shopkeeper since early 2004. A native of Rhode Island, he now lives in Orlando, Florida with his wife, new daughter and two cats, Pete and RePete.

About CafePress.com
CafePress.com is the leading online marketplace that offers sellers complete e-commerce services to independently create and sell a wide variety of products, and offers buyers unique merchandise across virtually every topic.

Launched in 1999, CafePress.com has empowered individuals, organizations and businesses to create buy and sell customized merchandise online using the company's unique print-on-demand and e-commerce services. Today, CafePress.com is a growing network of over 2.9 million members who have unleashed their creativity to transform their artwork and ideas into unique gifts and new revenue streams.

(c) copyright 2006 Daniel M. Clark. CafePress.com, CafePress, the CafePress.com logo, and related trade dress are registered trademarks or trademarks of CafePress.com in the United States and other countries and may not be used without written permission. Other product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their owners.

Daniel has been a HUGE help for BurnTees.com so I can honestly say that I know his book is going to tell you what you need to know to have a successful CafePress shop.