CafePress Sigg Designer - Customize your own Sigg Water Bottle

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Whoa! Did you know you could customize your own Sigg bottle? Using the magic of CafePress you can choose from 7 cool designs and add your own text. The graphics are pretty cool, and putting on your own 'don't touch' label? Priceless.

The site is extremely easy to use and even has realistic image...more


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  • jooxi

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    Whoa! Did you know you could customize your own Sigg bottle? Using the magic of CafePress you can choose from 7 cool designs and add your own text. The graphics are pretty cool, and putting on your own 'don't touch' label? Priceless. The site is extremely easy to use and even has realistic images of your bottle-in-making in such places as your desk, attached to your backpack, and....next to your dog. Point is it's easy to visualize what you're getting. Check out the photo for a ThisNext bottle attached to a knapsack. I put together a little montage of all 7 designs available (with my own text of course, check it out here: http://bit.ly/PZADs) so you can get an idea. Each bottle holds 1 liter and is $27.99. And no, I haven't tried any dirty words yet.

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      Recently CafePress began competing with the artists for whom it acts as printer and shipper. CafePress rents web shops to its artists. The artist creates a website page and manually loads the desired blank products. The artist imports his image onto each product, arranges the products on the page, describes the products, titles the products and tags the images. Initially, the artist would set a markup and received the markup for each product sold. However, recently CafePress began competing with its artists, using the artists' own images. CafePress created a marketplace where a customer can search a keyword. That search brings up artist products. When the customer buys from the marketplace CafePress pays the artist 10% of the price CafePress set. Both the customer and the artist lose money. If the artist's shop sells a t-shirt for $21, the artist makes $3.01. If the marketplace sells the same shirt for $25, the artist gets $2.50. The customer pays $4 more, and the artist gets $0.51 less. CafePress tells artists to "promote your own shop," but CafePress buys Google adwords using the very image tags the artist provided. CafePress justifies this bait and switch of service terms by telling artists they can opt out if they don't like the new terms; however, many have spent as much as 7 or 8 years creating as much as 88000 images. In spite of their sweat-equity, many shopkeepers (content providers) are building shops at other print-on-demand companies and then closing their CafePress shops due to the broken faith and trust, the financial hardship CafePress has delivered into so many lives, and the huge amount of time and dedicated effort all lost in the momentum of their own businesses. Would you keep your AMOCO station franchise if AMOCO built a company store across the street from you?

  • blazegirl

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    CafePress offers Sigg water bottles (my fave green accessory) in custom prints. I ordered one with a photo of my puppy!

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