Instaprints Launches Instagram Online Marketplace

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Instaprints has launched an online marketplace which offers Instagram users the ability to sell their photos as prints, greeting cards or posters.

Instagram users open a free account on Instaprints, import their photos and begin selling print products. Instaprints sets a base price for each available product, and sellers then add a markup to each base price. When a sale is made, sellers keep the markup.

Instaprints processes each order on behalf of the sellers, including printing, framing, matting, packaging, shipping, collecting payments from the buyers and sending money to the sellers. Each print is manufactured at one of Instaprint’s three U.S. production facilities and delivered “ready-to-hang” with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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