I'm working on a new store to sell my digital products in print version. I wouldn't necessarily call them e-books... more like planners. Anyway, does anyone have experience using a print-on-demand solution for books to sell via shopify? I'm looking for experiences in quality with customer service, fulfillment ease and end product.
Services I'm considering are lulu.com, cafepress (recently learned they print books too) and others.
Any feedback you provide is appreciated!
I've worked with Blurb before, because they do one-off printing. Their customer service was really good and they're quite nice to work with. Having said that, I'm not sure whether they integrate with Shopify - but it may be worth a look.
I would reccomend Lighten Source for POD.
They are very good. Cheap and good quality. A lot of the bigger publishers use them for their printing needs.
But you have to dump your orders to them manually which is not a big deal ^^
However consider ordering in bulk because you will pay the maximum to print one book at a time a.k.a. POD(Print on Demand)