The print button: install it, tips and examples

by Jolien Burgers in

With Peecho, it’s possible to sell your magazines, books and photographs in luxury prints, straight from your own website. You can do this by installing the free Simple Print Button. Read this blog to find out how you can install the print button, and uncover some tips and examples.

Install the print button

There are two ways to install the print button on your website:

1. Install the simple print button on your website with a simple piece of code.

Log in to your Peecho account and click on ‘’details’’ on the right side of the publication you want to sell on your website.

Then click on ‘’Print Button’’

A different code will be generated for every publication you upload. Copy and paste the code into your web page and the resulting button will show prices and availability.

When your website visitors want to buy your publication, they just have to click on the print button. They will be directed to the Peecho checkout. Peecho takes care of the payment, production, worldwide delivery and customer service.

2. Did you create your own button? You can make the image clickable by using the simple print link

Tips on using the print button

Installing the print button is one thing, but using it the right way can help you sell more publications. Below, you can read some tips on how to use the print button in an effective way:

  1. Place the button  on a clearly visible place on your website: install the button above the fold.

  2. Add an appealing picture of the product you are selling.

  3. Emphasize the exclusive features of your publication. What makes your publication so special? Why should readers buy it?

  4. Install the print button on several website pages.

  5. Create urgency. Give your website visitors an expiration date: only today/ this week!

Examples of Peecho button users

An example of a photographer that sells his publications in print by using the print button is Colin Salmon.

You can also create your own button and add the print link to the image on your website, just like Audiation Magazine did.

Do you need help with the print button? Email or call (+31638445117) us and we will be happy to help you!

Peecho welcomes 3 growth hackers to the team!

by Jolien Burgers in

We are pleased to welcome a team of growth hackers to the Peecho flock for the next couple of months. Priscilla, Job and Ebel are voracious learners who participate in the Growth Tribe’s 3-month course. Growth Tribe is a collective of growth hackers, lean marketers, data scientists and traction experts that helps companies grow faster by building and continually educating their growth experts and immersing them in real life projects. They built Europe’s first ever university-backed Growth Hacking Academy.

Let’s meet the growth hackers in person!


Priscilla is 24 years old and lives in Amsterdam with her boyfriend and her bonsai tree. In the previous 5 years, she engaged herself with B2B and B2C E-commerce of ICT, sales and trading. She is very enthusiastic about growing a business from A-Z and tweaking the odds to optimize the whole process. Every single time, it’s one big adventure for her.

Priscilla: ‘’In this project I want to reach tons of goals. I want to create an overview for Peecho about the what-happenings and (yes!) optimize their conversion in different funnels. Let's optimize, optimize, optimize, sprinkling happiness around! Working at Peecho is fantastic, we have this Peecho handshake and the positivity and kindness here create a nice environment. There is a great view from the office on the 5th floor. By the way, the sunsets at the end of the working day are amazing.’’


Job is 25 years old and lives in Amsterdam. Besides working, Job enjoys making art and doing sports (cycling, long-boarding, surfing). Job is a real startup fan. He worked as a marketer at several startups in Berlin and Amsterdam and he runs his own digital agency ( During his work at the startups he developed his interest in how to combine skills/tools/creativity to create experiments and to find out what is working and what not: growth hacking.

Job: ‘’My goal is to learn the structure and principles of growth hacking and I want to apply my creative thinking to get new customers for Peecho, and to inspire existing customers to use the service even more. So far, I really like working at Peecho. The company has a very nice culture and the people are awesome. And of course the secret handshake!’’


Ebel is 22 years old, lives in Leiden. He studies at the University of Leiden and he is a passionate entrepreneur. In the last couple of years, he started several companies and he works for Hyperloop Transporting technologies. Last year, Ebel made it to the list of 25 under 25 of Sprout magazine. When Ebel read the ad of the Growth Hacking Academy, he knew right away that this would be a great opportunity to develop his skills as an entrepreneur and a marketer.

Ebel: ‘’Our goal is to develop our growth hacking skills. These skills exist from a lot of methods. We are going to implement these methods to get more people to the website of Peecho to increase the conversion rate. Our main goal is to increase the business. Peecho is a fantastic company! The team and Peecho’s vision are very motivating. The words on the wall that say: ‘’customers first’’ live throughout the company.’’

Is there anything about the Peecho website, dashboard or service you think could be improved? Let the growth hackers know and they will test it!

Do you want to know more about Growth Tribe? Visit their website.