Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Interview with Keith AKA ogthug

The ProSeller Corner Tell the world a little bit about yourself.

Keith The name is Keith Travis. I live in in the great state of Michigan. I am currently single with 3 kids and 1 grandchild who I love so dearly. I like graphic art that imaginates the mind and have you wondering what's up with this. I also love God and the meaning of life and its challenges.

The ProSeller Corner When did you start designing at Zazzle and what made you choose them?

Keith I started with Zazzle back in 2003 and have been submitting designs since. What made me interested in zazzle was seeing other artists creations and how they are featured in the community.

The ProSeller Corner Do you have any other stores at Zazzle?

Keith Another store that I have is called Wicked Designs. It shows you designs that are not featured in the original store.

The ProSeller Corner What has been you best selling product?

Keith So far it has been the ipad/iphone cases and shoes.

The ProSeller Corner What do you enjoy doing when you're not working on your store?

Keith Spending time with family, watching tv and thanking God for another day.

The ProSeller Corner How do you balance your time between Zazzle and life?

Keith Balancing time is not that difficult with all the technology we have at our use in this time and age.

The ProSeller Corner How long had you been with Zazzle before you reached a ProSeller status?

Keith I was with zazzle for about 8 years before reaching basic pro due to I must admit I had some wack designs starting off back in the day.

The ProSeller Corner Getting noticed and becoming a ProSeller takes a lot of hard work and time. What advice would you give to those aspiring to become a ProSeller?

Keith My advice to becoming a proseller is to keep following your dreams and don't let nobody hold you back from what you're doing.You only have one life to live, so live it to its fullest. Pursue it when its easy not hard and you will have greater success.


Jasmine said...

Hey there Keith. :) Great interview! I'm a Michigander as well!!

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