TeeSpring + Website = ?

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So if you guys don't know what TeeSpring is. It's a website where you can quickly create some T-Shirts to promote and sell. The thing is, you don't ever have to touch them. You can set your goals, and pricing. It's pretty awesome actually.

My question would be, do you think it's feasible to make a T-Shirt site in a certain niche and just promote your teespring shirts? Or am I missing a part of the puzzle?

Thanks a ton!
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexCN
    You mean like an ecommerce store only for people that loved terriers and then that only sold t-shirts?

    Seems a bit too small of a market...

    There is a reason people try to monetize their niches with more than just one hyper-targeted product.

    Another thing is that, in this particular case, along with the huge handicap of just one monetization method, I can't think of any real benefit to just selling T-Shirts to a specific niche market.

    But then again, I could be wrong.

    Might not hurt to test it.

    Alex
  • Profile picture of the author awledd
    I don't see any problem with the way you want to promote the T shirts from Teespring.
  • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
    Originally Posted by Biedec48 View Post

    do you think it's feasible to make a T-Shirt site in a certain niche and just promote your teespring shirts?
    This could be very feasible or not. It really depends on what you want to do and what your special angle would be.

    The main problem with teespring is that you need a minimum order size (campaign size). There are other similar sites that do not have a limit on the order size.

    Maybe it would be better to test your ideas with a different tshirt site that lets you order 1 shirt per design and when your ideas looks like it works you can switch to teespring to increase your profit. One site that has no order limit is skreened.com. There are probably many more, that's the one that I happen to know.
  • Profile picture of the author sadiecopywriter
    I sat in on a class about this. The presenter had great success with it. But he did admit that he had fanbase of over 100,000, went through around 30 failed designs and ran ads for them on Facebook.

    Of course, the nice thing about tee-spring is if you don't meet your goal, then you don't owe them any money. (of course, you will need money ads for the designer and the ads.)
  • Profile picture of the author wordpressmania
    Well, surely you can make product image for a site but obviously you need to have those physical product ready when some one will purchase.
  • Profile picture of the author salaka
    hi
    I think it is good idea but I am looking in to doing this using Facebook ads, what do you think?
  • Profile picture of the author IanM723
    Originally Posted by Biedec48 View Post

    So if you guys don't know what TeeSpring is. It's a website where you can quickly create some T-Shirts to promote and sell. The thing is, you don't ever have to touch them. You can set your goals, and pricing. It's pretty awesome actually.

    My question would be, do you think it's feasible to make a T-Shirt site in a certain niche and just promote your teespring shirts? Or am I missing a part of the puzzle?

    Thanks a ton!
    This seems feasible but it would really depend on how much traffic you could drive to the site in order to actually make it profitable. I think that you would have to use paid methods (similar to simply advertising on FB as most do) to generate enough traffic to see any real success. But, again, it definitely seems workable. Good Luck!

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