What's the deal with SVG's??
Last week, I shared my 2021 picks for the ten most profitable passive income products to sell online. (If you missed it, give it a listen.)
This week, as promised, I’m back to talk about SVG’s (one of my favorite subjects) and a bit about e-commerce marketplace platforms.
Also, I jump into the details of why the cutting machine industry is growing by leaps and bounds.
The stats are in. (And the numbers are mind-blowing.)
Join me and get all the profitable details.
I’ll reveal exactly what this means for SVG designers and non-designers. There’s a tremendous opportunity for both.
(Especially if you’re a crafter or a busy mom looking to earn substantial passive income online.)
Plus, I share part of my journey to six-figure success as an SVG designer. You’ll discover how and why I chose SVG cut files.
The cutting machine industry is booming. I’ve gathered all the stats and data to explain what this means for SVG designers right now. And I share part of my six-figure passive income success story.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode:
- Why the demand for SVG designs is increasing with no signs of slowing down
- Why so many crafters are expanding their creativity to designing SVG cut files
- Why online marketplaces like Etsy are the best places to sell your SVG designs
Somehow I found your podcast even though kid’s nap time for my wife and I ended long ago as we are seniors. As a former graphic designer for about 20 years, it seemed natural to begin designing and creating hand-made products and then sell on Etsy. Realizing that all the projects we were pursuing needed a custom cut file for our Cricut machine, I started considering svg files for sale. Podcasts like yours will be helpful, but I wish it had a different title as this information would be good for many that don’t fit the title profile. Might I suggest that you do an episode that explains the different file formats such as svg, png, tiff, jpg, gif, etc. I have found that many people do not understand the difference between vector and bitmap graphics especially as it comes to scaling. Also, although Illustrator is a very robust program to create svg files, I personally use a vector drawing program on the Mac called Graphic by Picta, Inc. that is only about $30/year. I’ve been enjoying your podcast episodes, and I’m sure to gain some knowledge and motivation along the way.
I’ve been researching how to make my own svg’s, as I got my own cricut maker recently, and being an artist and crafter, I thought to myself “I’m sure I can do this”. Then I came across you on YouTube which then led me to this page. I’m looking for my 1st ipad pro at the moment, just not sure which one yet as its a minefield.
Thank you for all your information.