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CafePress/Kunaki Alternatives?

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by dejacrew, May 31, 2008.

  1. dejacrew

    dejacrew Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I want to produce some material for sale, but I'm having serious problems finding a supplier that I can use, that will realistically fit my needs.

    I'm looking for a company that can produce (On Demand!) the following types of items from material I supply:
    • Video DVD's
    • Audio CD's
    • Books
    • Posters
    • Jewelry/Accessories/Clothing

    The problem that I'm having is that nobody seems to produce these specific sets together.

    What I am looking for, exactly is dvd, audio cd, books, and posters. The clothing/accessories, etc. are a secondary concern.

    So it needs to be produced "On Demand"

    I would like them to have the payment mechanism in place so that I can just implement it into a website (and not redirect to their domain).

    I would like a better profit margin than cafepress offers.

    And I would like to be able to bundle products together, rather than just selling one item.

    Can someone give me a heads up?

    I know that somebody out here has a good supplier for EXACTLY what I'm looking for - I just haven't found it yet and have searched high and low.

    Thanks for any help.


    P.S. - I find it hard to believe that when these guys like John Reese, or Frank Kern, or Jeff Walker ship dvd's, cd's, workbooks, etc. out that they're actually paying a team of people to assemble the product and then ship it themselves . . .

    There has GOT to be a good solution for this, and if someone could find it it would benefit me personally, and I think a few people here as well.

    Will give thanks or rep or whatever is available at the time to the person who finds this solution for me!
     
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  2. CapMorgan

    CapMorgan Junior Member

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    I know that Jeff Walker actually says who he uses in the product launch formula, but I cannot remember what the name was. Sorry.
    I am sure you can find somewhere that does video, and audio printing but not all of them together.
     
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  3. voxclan

    voxclan Regular Member

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    If your ''On Demand'' requirement does not means one product each time, you could take a look at http://w3.discm*akers.com/

    I had experience with them and they do quality stuff. But as far as I know, they are not doing very small quantity.

    Anyway this might not fit your specific requirements but it still a good supplier to keep in your rolodex.
     
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  4. bluey

    bluey Registered Member Premium Member

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    Hey Dejacrew

    Not sure if this ticks all the boxes but I know groups like Ted Ciuba, Frank Kern and the World Intenet Summit have used this guy he is also pretty reasonable.

    You can integrate it with One Shopping Cart where you get paid and they get sent the order which is how the big boys do it hope this helps some of you out there?

    hxxp://www.speakerfulfillmentservices.c0m/

    Also if you want to do big volumes for cheap I think there is another contact I have they charge some thing like 70 cents per unit (DVD) but you then have to pay some one to box them up etc and I think those figures are for 500.

    I will try and find that one on my PC as well if you like hope this helps you solve your problem?
     
  5. bigchow

    bigchow Junior Member

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    I know a girlfriend selling clothes both online and in a physical shop. She gets goods from this drop shipping site http://jaccofashion.com

    The problem is the site sells mostly ladies dresses Asian styles. She is doing pretty good, while I prefer sticking to my web building business lol
     
  6. Diabolik

    Diabolik Newbie

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    He mentions http://disk.com

    I think they do everything but the jewelry stuff you're looking for.

     
  7. Hexdoll

    Hexdoll Newbie

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    try 3w.artsnow.c0m

    they print on demand and dropship