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What is the big difference between Corjl and Templett for designing editable templates for people to purchase and personalize? GREAT QUESTION! These two platforms are both very popular among digital creators to provide high quality, fully custom templates to print out for whatever occasion you are looking for.
Each platform has their pros and cons and in today's post I am going to go over the major differences.
Pricing is one of the major differences between the two platforms. Both provide three different plans available. Corjl does offer the ability to be billed annually, which lowers the monthly price by 20%. For the sake of comparison, I am only going to discuss the month to month pricing, but you can view the Corjl breakdown here
Corjl also offers a 7-day free trial, where Templett does not at the time of this post.
Templett does provide some additional features at higher levels which will be explained below.
The customer experience between the two platforms is similar. Once someone purchases a file, they receive an email where they can access their template. They can then edit and adjust their templates on the platform.
Templett has a bit of a leg up because once a user purchases a file, you have the ability to go into their order and help them if needed. Corjl does not provide that feature.
On the other hand, Corjl does have an extra feature of providing the ability to provide "mockups" for visual purposes on physical products. This allows someone to create a "custom order proof" for an end product that is physical. Templett only works with digital printing capability for printable end products and does not provide mockup capability for physical products like shirts and mugs.
The design features of both allow you to upload fonts and other design elements to their platform.
Corjl has an extra subscription for $9.99 a month with Creative Fabrica where you have access to 100s of fonts for your usage. Templett does not provide this service.
Both Corjl and Templett integrate with Etsy, Shopify, and Wordpress (WooCommerce).
The only complaints I have seen between the two platforms is that Templett generally is slower to load then Corjl. Also, Corjl has the ability to allow a customer to edit with their phone, Templett does not.
Templett automatically includes a print bleed in their design work spaces, where as in Corjl you have to manually add this option.
There are a slew of other features in the design space I'm not going to delve into that are the same, but feel free to comment if you have specific questions.
While there are only SMALL differences in the pricing and providing of services, both platforms are a great option for editable templates. You really need to decide on the following extra features:
Aside from the above options, both platforms will function the same way. Keep in mind the reason for higher pricing on the high-level subscription on Templett is due to the additional features of an additional team member as well as cross promotion of products.
If you have any questions feel free to drop me a line!