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Zazzle Widens Lead Over CafePress After CafePress Disrespects Designers

June 2009: CafePress revokes graphic designers’ ability to set commissions for items featuring their designs on its “marketplace” search engine. Designers’ new mandated commissions are lower than before. At the same time, CafePress raises prices on customers. CafePress increases its own corporate profit margin per

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Blue Dog Status Now Being Used Against Them

The term Blue Dog, which once shone as a beacon to corrupt politicians that they could have their cake and eat it too, is now becoming a liability. Progressive Democrats are finally catching on that they need to go after the parasitic Blue Dogs, and can turn a Blue Dog affiliation into political poison.

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Sellit ADPAK: 7 Days, 18 Visitors, 4 Orders, $7.07 in the Hole

We are reviewing the CafePress advertising module called the Sellit ADPAK by using it. In advertising, unlike so many other aspects of life, what really matters in the end is the bottom line. We spent $14.99 for one month’s worth of advertising (15,000 ad impressions)

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Gingrich-Ensign 2012: Bible-Thumping Wife-Swappers for America

Newt Gingrich for President and John Ensign for Vice President in 2012: it’s the choice ticket, a perfect representation of Republican moral values in statement and in practice. There’s synergy in the pairing: I mean, they could cheat on each other’s wives with each other’s

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CafePress Goofs With Squidoo Module Interface

There are a lot of Squidoo pages that had been directing traffic to CafePress, but aren’t any more. It’s likely that many CafePress shopkeepers who had maintained CafePress modules at Squidoo pages are feeling too disenchanted with CafePress to repair these modules, and may work with plain text modules linking to alternative print on demand companies, such as Skreened, instead.

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No Sign of Any Dip in CafePress Marketplace Additions

When bumper sticker, button and t-shirt corporation CafePress announced back in April that come June 1 it’d hike prices to customers and cut payments to designers, designers expressed great fury. A number of designers said they’d boycott CafePress and simply stop uploading designs to be

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?