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Web designers: Increase your revenues with Stamplia

As a freelance web designer you might find yourself spending more time on finding clients than on creating beautiful and unique designs.
Marketplaces for design resources offer a great alternative for freelance web designers, providing them with a complementary income. Stamplia is one of these marketplaces, with a community of more than 6,000 international members.


The first email templates marketplace which help web designers finding customers

Stamplia was launched in 2013 and is the first marketplace dedicated to email templates. They currently have approximately 200 templates divided into two categories: newsletters and transactional emails.

Stamplia aims to provide web designers with a place where they can sell email templates and generate income for longer periods of time. One of the advantages of being a Stamplia contributor is that you can now focus on creating your design rather than looking for clients. Once your email template becomes available on Stamplia you will receive part of its sale price every time someone downloads it. That’s the reason why it’s advisable for you to set a lower price on your item on the marketplace than you would in an independent project.


If you want to become a seller, all you need to do is create a free contributor account and submit your work. Then a dedicated team will check your template and verify its quality before validating it on Stamplia. Once your template has been validated by Stamplia’s team of experts, it becomes available and visible on the marketplace.


How much do you stand to earn from your templates?

Your revenue is calculated as a percentage of the sale price of your templates, taking into account your number of sales. You can get from 50% up to 70% of the amount of your sale price. The best part about this system is that the more items you upload on Stamplia, the higher your revenue will be. There’s also a $50 bounty for each email template uploaded on Stamplia before the end of March 2015 and validated by the Stamplia team.

As far as payment is concerned, you will no longer have to worry about chasing down clients and reminding them, yet again, to send in their payment. Stamplia takes care of all your earnings and as soon as you request a payment it will be transferred to your PayPal account within a maximum of 7 working days.

Stamplia has signed partnerships with some of the biggest email providers like MailChimp, SendGrid, SendWithUs and Campaign Monitor. Thanks to these partnerships, Stamplia has tens ou thousands of potential customers. Regardless of whether they’re looking for ways to improve their email campaigns or just for elegant templates for their transactional emails, clients come to Stamplia because they know it’s the best marketplace for email templates. Companies from all over the world, mainly from the United States and Europe, have chosen to use products from Stamplia.

Stamplia has also integrated its templates collection on the Elastic Email website.

The Stamplia Builder

We haven’t told you the best thing about Stamplia: the Stamplia Builder.


This builder is meant to be used by clients and web designers alike. Customers can now easily drag-and-drop message elements and edit text on any Stamplia template that they purchase. All web designers have to do is create a template compatible with the Stamplia Builder. After making their template compatible with the editor, they will no longer need to worry about different layouts and colour versions. Their clients will be able to modify them at will.

If all of the above sounded pretty good to you, don’t hesitate to go to Stamplia right now and become one of their contributors. They are always looking for talented and passionate web designers. In case you have further questions about Stamplia, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at: aurelie[at]stamplia[dot]com.


Bogdan is the founder of Top Design Magazine. You can find him in Bucharest-Romania so next time you want to drink a beer there and talk about web and stuff, give him a message.