FREE COMMERCIAL USE FONTS FOR PRINT ON DEMAND PRODUCTS
Most of the Print on Demand Products you create and sell will have text on them. While there are thousands of fonts freely available to download (Google alone provides over 2,000), not all fonts can be used legally on commercial products. I've been collecting fonts for quite a while. The first version of this eBook was published in 2015.
Follow us on social media:
LEGAL ISSUES YOU WILL HAVE TO DEAL WITH
This section talks about why it is important to use images where you have the legal right to use the image commercially. It also shows you a way to save you images in a way that helps you know where you obtained the image in case their is a legal issue later.
ANNOTATED LIST OF WEBSITES
Over 20 sites where you can obtain public domain or open source images that are free to use for anything (including commercial use.)
SITES THAT SELL BUNDLES OF CLIPART FOR $3 - $10.
This section contains an annotated list of low cost image sites along with some sites that provide useful services (lick background removal).
Sign Up for our Print On Demand Course Now and Receive a 75% Discount
This is a special pre-launch price. There will be an Early Bird Special when the course launches and then the regular price. This is the best deal I will ever offer.
Enroll in the Basic Essentials Class
Enroll in the Master Class
Dr. Hale Pringle
Entrepreneur, Print on Demand & Marketing Specialist
I am an educator at heart. I am very serious about my entrepreneur business. While I do have an advanced degree in education, my 40 plus years working with people and computers are probably more important in the long run. I love to help people and am building a network and Internet marketing team. I am an award winning blogger, have multiple awards for online community building and have completed a very intense Internet Marketing internship. I have also taught advanced students selling on Amazon and run over 300 webinars for beginning Internet Marketers - Over 50 of them have been on Print on Demand topics. For the last several years I have worked using the Print On Demand business model. If you are getting into that field., you will need images you can use commercially. This document can help. If you learn something from this, I’ll feel like I’ve done my job.