How to Make Your Own Templates for Zazzle Quick Create

How to Make your own Zazzle Quick Create Templates

****Update Sept 2015***    As of fall 2015, Zazzle has recently changed their philosophy on Quick Create products. After formally encouraging us as designers to use Quick Create and make our own templates, now they are encouraging us to make unique designs for each and every product we publish. They want each product to have a unique title and unique description and tags, which is the opposite of how quick create works. They have created a scoring system for how they feel each store is doing, call a “zRank”. One of the factors that make up the “zRank” is the uniqueness of the products in your store, and whether they all have unique titles, etc. So the following post about how to create your own templates in Quick Create, while one of my most popular posts here on this blog, seems to now be opposite of Zazzle’s current philosophy. Ahh, the ever changing game of trying to keep up with what they want us to do. A few years ago, they also deleted all customization we shopkeepers had on our store’s homepage, saying that the different storefronts confused shoppers, and we needed to all look the same. Now they are mandating that we all have unique and custom header images on our storefronts and custom tag lines and that we tell our own unique story. It’s getting really hard to keep up with the ever-changing “changes” they are making to the platform. Anyway, if you are reading this blog post in fall of 2015 or after, just remember, this probably has no relevance any longer, as Zazzle doesn’t really want you making 100 products with the same design.  Now, on to my original post…..

 

How to Make Your Own Templates for Zazzle Quick Create

Hi everybody! After all the questions, comments on other posts, I’ll try to explain how to make your own templates on Zazzle to use in Quick Create.  At least how I do it.  YES, the templates are SO confusing to set up! Here’s a summary of what you are doing.

Zazzle offers a Quick Create that has default items already in it. You can find this under your Products page, in the upper left corner. The problem is that the default dimensions they provide leave you with white spaces on the items, making it necessary for you to fix nearly half of the items before you can even go to the 2nd page of the Quick Create process. This takes a long time and makes Quick Create pretty useless in my opinion.

The solution to this is to set up your own templates that you can then use in Quick Create. So now the problem is “How do I set up my own templates”.

FIRST, you will need to make a “Category” and make it “hidden” so that once you make a template product, you can put it into this category. In order to set up a hidden folder (category):

  • Go to products
  • Scroll down your left hand margin and find “All Categories” and click on it
  • Now click “Add New Category”
  • Name your category “Templates” or something so you can find it later.  This will be the category you will always choose when you want to use your own templates in Quick Create
  • Check the little box under the folder image on the right that says “Hide (only you can see it)”

Now you have your hidden category folder ready.

How to make a Product into a Template Product

Now you are ready to start adding products to your Templates category.  You might want to make a template set based on the shape of the product and use the same shaped image.  For example, use a vertically rectangular image for iphone cases, Kindle cases, invitations, and anything else that shape.  Then you might want to set up another hidden category that will be a different template set for items that are square like square magnets, stickers, etc.  Personally I have a template set that works with images that are 3600 x 3600, which is the size of designs I make or buy, and another set that was created for images from my iPhone, which is a vertically rectangular shape.  I still need to make a set of templates for horizontal stuff.

To make a product into a template, you create the product from scratch, just like you would if you were creating products one by one.  Go to the “create” tab and pick a product to work on.  At the very bottom of the drop down menu is a choice for “All” and it takes you to the http://www.zazzle.com/create page that shows all the product types.  Within each category you can further click the “see all” links to see all the products offered.

Choose a product to create and upload your image that you will be using for all the template products in this category.  Resize or move around your image on the product so it is centered and covers all the design area. When using a image for these templates make sure you are centering the entire image, not centered this particular picture because the dog’s face is over to the left. Remember that how you center the image will be how your images will be centered when you use them in Quick Create. So don’t off center anything just because it would look better on this particular image. You want it centered for every picture you will use in the future!  This product template is what Quick Create will use to determine how to place your images on your products.  How you align this image is how Quick Create will align everything during Quick Create.  Make sure you increase the picture or decrease it to fit the entire design area.

Once you upload your image, click the little “gears symbol” and check the box that says “Make this a template object” and also make sure the “Allow editing on the product page” is checked.

How to Make Your Own Zazzle Templates

Pay attention to the image “URL Parameter Name”, as this needs to be the same for every item you put into this template set (put into this template category).  It might default to image0 or it might default to image1.  Make sure they are ALL image0, or they are all image1.  They must all be the same for every product you make for this category.

How to Make Zazzle Templates for Quick Create

Once you have made the image a template item, then go to the next page.  The titles, descriptions, and categories don’t matter for these items because these items you are making are just templates that you will keep hidden and will be used in quick create.  Once you are actually using Quick Create you will be asked for the title, description, tags, etc for each batch.  What you put here right now doesn’t matter, because you will be changing it when you use Quick Create with different images.   So you can just put a few letters in the title, description, etc.  When you choose the CATEGORY, make sure to choose the hidden TEMPLATE category that you set up at the beginning.  You will be putting all these products in that same folder.  Then later when you use Quick Create, when it asks if you want to use your own templates, you will go choose that folder, and all these product templates will be in it.

Check the button under Product Visibility that says “Hidden” (only you can see it). And make sure the button that asks if you want to “Make product a template?” is marked YES.

How to Make Zazzle Templates for Quick Create

Once you publish your product, it usually takes about 24 hours for these new templates to show up in your new hidden category and be ready to use. But today you will want to continue adding products, one by one, making sure to mark each image you upload under the gears symbol as a template item and making sure the URL parameter is the same as your others products.  Making sure each of these template products are hidden and marked as templates. Keep adding products to this hidden category.

Once you have all your template products done, and after about 24 hours they are all showing up in your hidden TEMPLATES folder that you created, then you are ready to use them in Quick Create.

How to use Zazzle Quick Create with your own templates

Once you successfully set up your template folder and put a bunch of template products into it, you can now use Quick Create and choose this template category and it will load the image of your choice onto these new products.  It will align the images however you aligned them when you set up the products above.

First, Go to Products, and in the upper left corner click on “Quick Create“.
How to Make Your Own Zazzle Quick Create Templates
Then, second, choose to “Use your Own Templates” and use the drop down menu to find that hidden folder you created in the steps detailed above (you probably named the folder “Templates”).  You must first choose the store in the drop down button, then choose the folder you set up (all the products should have been published to this folder in the steps above). Now you will change the placeholder image to the image you want to use with this batch of products by using the “change” link. This puts the new image on all the products you have put into your templates folder.
How to Make Zazzle Templates for Quick Create
Quick Create will have you title and describe this batch of items before publishing.  Just remember that your description will apply to ALL the products in this batch, so refrain from saying “iphone case” if your batch has iphone cases, magnets, stickers, etc.  Same thing with your tags.  Focus on the colors and the design when making your tags because the tags will apply to ALL items in your batch. Zazzle will automatically affix a few words in your title and tags that identifies each product. For example, it will add “iPhone 5 Case” to the iPhone 5 cases and “Mousepad” to the mousepad. Normally this may take a few days before the product name is appended to the titles and tags automatically. You can also choose to go back and edit individual products if you wish and put more product specific tags and descriptions on them.

Once published you can “edit” the title, description, tags, and royalty rates, but you cannot edit the actual image or alignment or text boxes. If you see a mistake on a product in the image or text, you would need to “Customize It” and republish a whole new item, then delete the old one that has the mistake. Therefore, it’s better to catch a mistake early, and publish a new item with the corrections, before the old item gets ranked too high in the marketplace, making you hesitant to delete it and lose all your marketplace rankings.

I hope that helps!  Questions?  Leave a comment below.

PS… Zazzle has been adding a lot of NEW Product lines recently, so you may need to add more items to your quick create templates based on the new items you wish to include in your template batch.  Zazzle announces the new products here.

PSS…You may also be interested in this book for sale online called Make Money Online Using Zazzle by Tracy Foote. Yes, I’ve bought this book and read it, and I can honestly say that it is very helpful for someone who wants to learn how to make money on Zazzle. It covers a lot of details, with screenshot examples, of how to set up your store and how to market your products. This is a paperback book, NOT an ebook. It’s an actual book, which is great for sitting on your desk and referencing when you are stuck on something in Zazzle.

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52 comments on “How to Make Your Own Templates for Zazzle Quick Create

  1. groan I cannot be bothered to start making batches of 100 I dont know you had the patience to deal with that. You can add say 10 a day if you dont want to do it in one go right?

    • Yep, it’s a big pain in the rear! You just have to tell yourself that once the batch of 100 template products is done it will allow you to post products for sale in batches of 100, so it’s worth it.

      You can go back and add more products to that category at a later date. Or move items in and out of that category folder. Just make sure the URL parameter is the same for all items in that category. All need to be image0 or all need to be image1. For whatever reason, the default name varies depending on the product type, so you need to double check that they are all the same or your templates won’t work properly.

      • PS…I’d start with iPhone cases if you are just doing a few products. They sell well for me and commissions are decent. And don’t forget about postage stamps! They have been a surprise seller for me and are not included in the default Quick Create product items that Zazzle provides so not as many people make them.

    • I dreaded the monotony and boring-ness of making the template, too. But now I can do thousands of products a day as opposed to only a few. And don’t worry, you don’t have to put a full 100 products in a template. If you know 35 products that are very similar in size – that makes a perfect template. You can always go in later and add more products to the template.

      I spent 3 days tweaking templates and I almost went batty. My eyes were crossing and my wrist hurt, because I was writing things down along the way – to keep track and remember. But it was worth it. I haven’t made any sales yet, but the store is only a few days old and has over 5 thousand products between 40 designs. And this evening I’m working on image titles, descriptions and tags — so tomorrow I can knock out hopefully another 20-40 images on products.

  2. I have a tip about naming your template. Whatever the name is, stick an asterisk (*) in front, that way it will be at the top of your selections for where to “place” your item. After you’re done making the template, you can edit the category name and take the asterisk out.

    And to make adding products via the templates much, much, much easier — I add a title and description to my images the day I upload them. It makes the second page of product creation much easier to have all the “thinking” already done.

    • I started doing naming my graphics like this. Much easier in the long run! I also put my shop name in the template as my tag. That way, on the off chance someone remembers the name, maybe they’ll search for it and find me.

  3. I made some templates last night. They were ready for use surprisingly quickly. I only made about 25. I added a bunch of stuff last night and today, but it’s not all showing up yet.

    I’m so excited! Once I went through it once, it was really easy to remember.

    I do have 3 questions.

    1. what am I doing wrong on the items with a front and back, like a pillow? I get the front with the new graphic and the back with the template graphic. Can I go back and edit the template to fix it or do I need to delete it and do it over?

    2. Same question for products. If I post something for sale and then find it’s not the best placement for the graphic, can I edit it or do I have to delete it and do it all over? I haven’t been able to find out how to edit/reposition the graphic once I’ve posted it for sale.

    3. after I load the new graphic into the template, but before I go to page 2, do I need to go through every product and lock the graphic or do anything else to it? Or can I just finish up and post them all quickly if the graphic placement looks good?

    Sorry for all the questions! I feel like I’m thisclose to getting it. It was just so easy when I worked on it this morning (on my iPad, no less) that I’m worried I did something wrong! Thank you so much for your time and willingness to share your experiences.

    • Just looked at my shop – I’ve got 509 items in there now! Whoo hoo!

      They’re all pretty simple and didn’t require much tweaking, but I’ll get more detailed with the graphics/products as I go.

      So excited! 🙂

      • Be as descriptive as possible in your descriptions and tags. For example, make sure you mention the main colors of the design in your description. Zazzle uses the words in your description as well as the tags to determine which items to show up in the marketplace for search queries. So if someone is looking for a “orange yarn iphone case” you want your wool roving iphone case to show up! But it might not if you don’t change your description to include the colors of the yarn. You can “edit” the description and tags with the “edit” button. You can’t edit the graphics but you can edit the description and tags.

      • Wow you are steaming ahead, even the newest batch of products I made are getting views which means I must be doing something right I am also amazed at how little views you need to get a sale so keep doing what you are doing.

        • Thanks, Ashley! I am totally working this and have plans for other shops and more designs once I fill this one up with lots of simple patterns. Should be hitting the 1k mark for items listed today!

    • 1. Front and back items like pillows, luggage tags, and business cards, and possibly invitations….you need to go to the backside when making the template and upload that same image to the back. Then change the URL Parameter to be exactly the same as it is on the front side. So both sides should have the same image and both say “Image0” in the url parameter box, which is found in the gear symbol options. You do this when you first set up the product as a template. Then it will load that image to BOTH sides when you are using Quick Create.

      Basically you are telling Quick Create to put this image everywhere you have the “Image0” template image placed, which in this case is on both the front and the back of the product.

      2. Editing: There is NO WAY to edit the graphics of the product once it is published. So if you mess up, you need to make a new product. Yes, I know, it stinks! You can start with that product you messed up on, and use the “Customize it” button, and move things around and re-publish it, which in essence publishes a new product, but it will start with the same settings, so the URL parameters and such should be the same.

      3. You don’t need to lock the graphic or anything, if it looks good just go to the next page. However, I change the colors of the bindings on things like iPad sleeves to match the colors of my graphic. During the template making process I use a standard black binding color, and then when I’m doing Quick Create I change it to match my design. And I almost always have to tweak the alignment of my images on messenger bags when I’m going through Quick Create.

      It’s all a learning process. I seriously tried to make my own templates like 3 or 4 times before I finally got it right. Trial and Error. And learn from your mistakes! Good Luck!

  4. Here’s a question. Is it better to make templates for each style of item – like one for every style of mug? Or should we take it for granted that people know they can switch to a different style?

    • My thoughts – even though I have absolutely no sales to back anything up 🙂

      I have a template with over a dozen mug type items. I put in “one of each”, because I didn’t want to miss out on a sale because people didn’t know they could “do that”.

      I should’ve just made a template with the mug/canister stuff all by themselves. When I have to make a change to ONE of the mugs, I also have to go through and change the rest of them. What a huge pita 🙁 At the same time, I’m glad they are a part of a template. Maybe when I run out of steam for adding designs, I’ll redo templates.

    • I make a few of them, but not all of them. I basically whittled down my templates to the best 100 items that sell. So instead of running through 2 or 3 different template batches for an image, I only do 1 batch of 100 products now. So I have multiple versions of some products, but not everything.

      • Thanks Kim and Serra! I started to add to my templates last night. More mugs, phone covers, etc. I’ve got 41 templates now and will keep on until I reach 100. But I’m still creating products with what I have too. I go back and forth to relieve the tedium!

  5. Kim, if I could suggest a new topic of conversation, I’d love to talk about cards/invitations. Like what makes a good design, do invites/cards have to print with the zazzle logo on the back, etc. I’m thinking of new shops based on wedding/stamps/ties(?) that match, another one for baby announcement/birthday party invites. And also a Christmas card and/or ornament shop.

    I’m still totally psyched about Zazzle. I think I’m getting a little obsessed!

    • The greeting cards have the Zazzle logo on back and you can’t remove it. However, you can remove it from postcards, which I always do. I remove the stamp placeholder, the vertical line, and the Zazzle logo. I do that on my template so it’s just never there when I make new ones in my Quick Create batch.

      I don’t have much experience with the greeting cards, as I’ve only made a few designs, although the ones I’ve made for Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day did have some sales. There are some stores that all they do is cards. I have ordered quite a few greeting cards myself for various holidays and events and I am very impressed with the quality. Good thick paper and top notch printing.

      Invitations can be quite profitable. There is no Zazzle logo on the invites. I do birthday invitations and wedding invitations and invitations make up like half of my revenue. That’s because for a wedding invitation, one sale can mean 100 invitations sold + 100 RSVP cards sold…or more. So the commissions are much higher than when you sell just one magnet or one iPhone case. But they take a long time to make because you are making them one by one. I always make a wedding invitation plus a matching RSVP card. Sometimes I make a postage stamp too. There are lots of stores that make a living on wedding sets alone. They will do the invitation, RSVP card, programs, save the date cards, stamps, table numbers, reception menus, and on and on.

      I haven’t gotten into the baby shower, baby announcement niche yet, but I’m sure I start some of those sometime.

      • I also rely on my Jaaxy Keyword Research Tool a lot when designing invitations. http://fivegreenlizards.com/JaaxyKeywordResearchTool My thought process goes like this….browse the marketplace for popular themes under “Kids Birthday Invitations”….OK, look up on Jaaxy how many people per month search for “xyz birthday invitations”; More than 100?…Now, when using an incognito browser or having my cookies cleared, does Zazzle show up as the #1 listing in Google for “xyz birthday invitations”. If yes, then how many invitations are currently in the marketplace for that search term? Less than 1,000. BINGO, go make a bunch of designs for this search term. Keep making that style invitation until I have a least a few of my invitations on the FIRST PAGE of the Zazzle search results. If I get 6 of my invites on the first page, then I have a 10% share of the market for page one on Zazzle marketplace for that search term. And remember, this page is what is in the Google #1 spot, so it gets good traffic for people searches for these invites.

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  7. On Saturday I had 2k+ listings, but on Sunday and today my store shows just 90 listings. I haven’t done anything different. Any ideas?

    When I look at my products, it shows 2600+ listings.

    :-/

    • I didn’t create those. I bought digital papers at mygraphico. On those particular ones I made sure I didn’t need to give credit and could use them for print on demand sites. But I will also be using them to make others, like monograms, etc.

      But you would need some sort of software to do that. And probably a good video or two on youtube. 🙂

  8. Yay! I got my first sale! A lime green iphone case.

    I’ve slacked off creating because I’ve had to focus on my other shop for a while (can only seem to work on one thing at a time!), but I’m psyched and can’t wait to get back to it!

    Thanks to everyone here for all your help. 🙂

          • Yes, it can add up. But once I’m done just using the sheets, I’m going to use them further by putting them together in different ways, so it makes me feel like I’m getting them “cheaper.” Also sometimes I can adjust the settings to change the colors of them. I use Photoshop for this.

          • Also, if you get 12 digital paper sheets for $1.75, that’s basically $.15/sheet. Then if you put it on 100 products (I’m putting them on 42 products at the moment), that really seems like a value to me because a) I am not at this point capable of designing them on my own, and b) even if I could, I don’t have time to. So I’m spending the money for the expertise and time I don’t have access to at the moment.

            But I will also be using my own photographs and stuff down the road a bit. I wanted to fill that shop up quickly first.

          • Ashley – just buy the ones you like! I think Zazzle is big enough that we can’t worry too much about overlapping. There’s no way we could keep up with it all. 🙂

  9. Hi Kim,

    This is a great tutorial on how to set up your own templates.
    I have a store at zazzle and would love to increase my templates for quick create.
    A few doubts that I have and would be thankful if you can help me with it.
    1. When I try to customize the laptop sleeve binding and lining colors in quick create they do not change in the product to publish.I am able to edit but the product design does not change after saving.
    2.How do you add text as template in quick create?
    3.Can you add 2 images in one template?

    Thank you once again for sharing your online journey.It is really inspiring to see what is posssible if we work hard.

    sema

    • Hi Sema, Thanks for Stopping By.
      1. You have to manually change the laptop sleeve colors as you go through the Quick Create process using the “customize” button for each product. This is one of the little fixes you have to do. I always set my template colors to black, since it will go with some designs, but then change them to “hot pink” or whatever color to match the design when I go through Quick Create.
      2. You set up text as a template the same way you set up your photo. Use the gear box symbol and label the url parameter as text1, and you must do this for every product in this batch. EVERY item in that folder category must have the same url parameters. So if you are doing a photo as a template, and also doing text as a template, then every item in that “batch” needs to have both that same photo parameter and that text parameter. So every item will have text on it.
      3. Yes you can add two images. Just make one the image1 and the next one the image2. But same thing as above, every product in this batch must have both image parameters. I do this with monograms. I have image1 as the background image. image2 as a little circle that the monogram in on. And Text1 is the actual monogram letter. Then when you go through Quick Create you will pick what image you want to use for image1 and image2, and also you add your text for the text1 template spot.

      I hope that helps! Good Luck!

      • Hi Kim,

        Thank you for the detailed explanation.It is of a great help to understand the process.
        But,Kim,I am still having the problem in changing colors in quick create.Will you see the changes only after publishing?I ask this as when I customize the sleeve with another binding color I can see it change in the larger image but when I save it and close it does not reflect in the set .I hope I am explaining my problem rightly.
        Thank you for taking time to guide.

        sema

        • Sema,
          Once you change the binding colors make sure you scroll up to the top and click “DONE” right next to the product price. This will make the changes stick. If you just click out of the box without hitting the orange “DONE” button, it will revert back to the original color of the template. Hope that helps!

          • Thank you so much ,Kim.It was a real mystery to me as I was always clicking on the save button and nothing was getting changed. Thank you for pinpointing the done button.

  10. Hi Kim,

    This is a great post. I am new to Zazzle and I am starting to set up my first store. Can you tell me if I should use categories that are unique or if I should use categories that might be similar to other people? Is there a benefit to having unique categories?Also, do you name every product differently?

    Could you also use an example? For instance if I made a sparkly pink zebra striped pattern and placed it on various items in a store, would the category be Sparkly Pink Zebra striped pattern? If I made an iPhone 5 case, would it be called the Sparkly Pink Zebra Striped Pattern iPhone 5 Case?

    Thank you for taking the time to answer the questions from a beginner.

    • Hi Nikki,
      Thanks for stopping by. The categories used to be much more important to Google search results than they are now. Zazzle redesigned their website a few months ago, and now the stores only show 12 categories on the main store front, and the arrow to go see more categories is really hard to find. For this reason, in most of my stores, I’ve just turned off my categories so customers don’t even see them. They just see my most popular products first. You can choose how your store front is shown in the store settings of your account.

      That being said, I used to make a separate categories for every Quick Create batch I was going to make. That way each category had at least 100 products in it, and customers could easily find matching products. I could also easily find products in my store by first going to the category of the design I wanted to use.

      However, now that the storefronts only show 12 categories at a time, I would recommend making broad categories, like animals, or patterns, and then you can make subcategories beneath them. So if someone clicks on your animals categories, then they can choose between 12 subcategories, like zebra gifts, elephant gifts, dog gifts, etc. Basically it comes down to how you want to organize your store. I think it helps more for you as a shopkeeper to be able to go back and find things. In my experience most shoppers find our products through the Zazzle search results or google, so they never even come to our storefront and see our categories. (Categories used to show up in Google search results, but since the changes I haven’t seen many categories showing up anymore).

      I not sure if that explanation helped, or just confused you more:)

      Naming your products: When you make them in quick create, the title you give the batch of products will be on every product is in that batch. Then Zazzle automatically adds on a description word about the product, like iPhone 5 case. So if you title the products “pink zebra striped pattern”, then after it goes through the Quick Create process individually items will be called “pink zebra striped pattern magnet” “pink zebra striped mousepad” etc.

      However if you are just making one product at a time, then I would put the product type in the title, because then it is in your url and your title.

      • Hi Kim,

        Thank you for the quick response. Your explanation really made things clear. I agree. It is difficult to find the categories in the new Zazzle layout. I think I will follow your suggestion and make broad categories.

        I also have another question. I read your income reports and see that you made money relatively quickly. Do you have a specific type of product that you would recommend a beginner start making first (like iPhone cases or invitations)? Also, do you make a ton of products every day? How many products have you made at this point?

        • I wouldn’t say that I’ve made money relatively quickly. I started working on Zazzle almost full time started in Nov/Dec 2012. So it’s taken me almost a year of full time work to get to this point. Yes, I make a ton of new products all the time. Not everyday, but most days of the week. I currently have about 215,000 products across all my Zazzle stores. I have different stores for different niches, and some stores I talk about publicly and others I don’t. Most of those items are from my own quick create templates. So I may only have about 2150 designs, I’m not really sure.

          I think invitations and iPhone case are both really good products to work on. They are my best sellers. However, I know other store keepers who do really well just selling Tshirts (which I don’t design at all). So it’s really up to what you like to design and what you have a knack for. However, a lot of people buy phone cases! And the invitations are good because people buy in bulk, so they may be ordering 35 baby shower invitations or 100 wedding invitations at a time. So one sale will make you a bigger overall royalty than if you just sold a single postcard or a single sheet of stickers.

          I would also suggest that you also try to design for the major holidays. Do some Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Mother’s Day designs for sure.

          Hope that helps!

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