May 15, 2012

Peecho – Sell Print Products Online

Looking for additional streams of revenue for your online publication or mobile application? Peecho can help. The seriously simple web-application gives web publishers a way to start selling their digital goods as print products. Readers, meanwhile, get the pleasure of viewing the digital products they know and love – including online magazines, reports, and photos – in print format.

If you’d like to start making more money from your digital publication, mobile app, or photo sharing service, then it’s worthwhile to check out what Peecho can do for you. Once you sign up, you’ll get access to a print button code that can be embedded on your existing website. People who visit your site once the code has been embedded will see a print button, as well as a price. Magazines and books that you plan to sell online should be uploaded as PDFs, with specific defined aspect ratios based on Peecho’s recommendations. Choose the published products you’d like to sell, make sure the correct PDFs have been uploaded, and you can start letting users buy content right away. Once a reader makes a purchase, Peecho will make sure the content gets printed and mailed to the recipient in a timely fashion. Peecho lets you track orders throughout the production process, and transfers the money it has collected into your bank account on a monthly basis.

The products printed and sold through Peecho are produced at top-notch facilities, which helps to ensure a high quality for people purchasing printed goods online. The web-application is free for publishers to use, and it involves no minimum volume requirements or financial risk. For these reasons, and many more, Peecho is an excellent option for digital publishers looking for additional streams of revenue.

Practical Uses:

  • Give your readers a way to purchase your online magazine in print
  • Let users of your digital photo service purchase copies of their images
  • Make money off of the content you’re already putting online
  • Set your own retail prices for the printed products you sell

Insider Tips:

  • The print button automatically calculates the price for a printed product based on the specifications of the document
  • Print buttons can be customized to fit in with a website’s current design
  • Peecho does not require any minimum number of orders
  • Money is deposited into the publisher’s bank account once each month

What we liked:

  • Peecho gives publishers a new way to make money from their digital products
  • People can purchase hardcover books based on their favorite online content
  • Photo sharing websites can give users an easy way to print their images
  • All Peecho products are printed at high-quality printing facilities

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: 2012
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Founded by: Sander Nagtegaal and Martijn Groot
  • Web site:


  • Peecho determines wholesale prices, but publishers can set higher retail prices to increase revenue


  1. There are plenty of other applications which offer similar services, so personally, I’m not really sure how this app will set itself apart from the others.

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