How I made $14,892 from Teespring & Facebook in one week.

by vask 124 replies
Hey guys, a couple weeks ago I didn't even know about Teespring. Now i'm pulling in 5 figures in profit from it.

More and more threads started popping up about Teespring. At first I brushed it off because "how much money could there be in t-shirts?" Well I was wrong. People were posting crazy stats and my jaw dropped. I had to get in on the action... So I did. I'd like give a shoutout to PPC-coach because it was his thread that got me into this.

I hit the ground running - testing shirt designs like I did my ads. Split testing different shirt designs for the best conversion rate before I scaled it up. I was profiting right off the bat. Never lost a single dollar from the start. I think it was because of the nature the demographic I was targeting - they were very responsive.

The best part about this method is that it's very easy to understand the concept so it's very newbie friendly. I hope that those of you guys that haven't made money yet will jump on this guide and actually take some action. I'll lay everything out for you, just do it.

Background Information:

This method takes advantage of the current events.

In the past couple years, there have been over 10 revolutions all in different countries. More people are online now and communication has never been easier. It's getting harder for oppressive governments to stay in power. Facebook is a huge reason as to why these revolutions gained traction. When a revolution breaks out in an oppressed 3rd world country, the government basically puts the media on lockdown and does not allow for TV stations to report on anything that could potentially hurt the current power. So where can the people get all their information from? From other people on Facebook. This happened in Syria, Egypt, and now is happening in Cambodia and in Thailand.

The Cambodian revolution is a HUGE topic on Facebook right now. Take a look at this screenshot:


See that second Facebook page? (I Love Cambodia Hot News II)

There are more people talking about that page than there are likes for it. It's just insane. There's a huge potential for a viral post if you approach it the right way

I'll be focusing on Cambodia and the revolution happening there right now for this campaign guide. I've made close to $14k (all profit) from Cambodia so far in the past 2 weeks and there's more money to be made.

So I'll break this campaign guide into steps and will go over each step in detail.

Keep up with the news.

I'm always up to date with the current news. In this industry, knowledge is power. Knowledge gives you the competitive edge. What you know that the other guy doesn't might be the difference between profiting and not profiting. Check your favorite news website everyday. Just 5 minutes of glancing at the articles in the morning and again at night. If something catches your eye, just read it. This is how I heard about the Cambodian revolution.

Doing proper research.

Don't just read a news article about it, you need to find out the real reason as to why the people are so mad. The best place to do this is to see what the people are saying themselves, on Facebook. Find relevant and hot Facebook pages and read the comments. Look for posts with hundreds of comments. Those are usually the "debate" posts where people argue. Read the arguments and take note of the discussion.

For the Cambodian revolution, the topics that got people riled up the most was "Hun Sen, the Prime Minister of Cambodia".

They hate their Prime Minister and are actively protesting to get him out of office. There are a couple reasons as to why they hate him:
  • He is among the richest in Asia. His money comes from corruption from within the government.
  • Cambodia is one of the slowest country to develop due to government corruption. Their neighbors, Thailand and Vietnam are decades ahead of them in terms of development and they resent that.
  • Between 1985 and 1993, he regularly tried to grab the power to keep it to himself. In 1998 he succeeded and became the one and only Prime Minister of Cambodia. And he's been in office since.
  • He is a former communist (Khmer Rouge)

I used these facts as my selling points/angle for my shirt designs - and it worked great.

Creating the shirt

Here's one of the shirts I've made.


This t-shirt got both love and hate, which was a good thing. It sparked conversation, shares, likes, debates, etc. The point is that it got people talking. *Take note at the shared-to-like ratio.

This is not my best converting shirt design, but it had the most shares and comments.

Running it on Facebook Ads

Running it is straightforward. The shirt design will have the most impact on your CTR. I suggest you create 3-4 drastically different shirt designs, then take a look at it's CTR and comments it's getting. Use the comments as feedback and keep it in mind as you're designing your next shirt.

The shirt that I showed you above didn't always look that way.

I didn't spend very much at all. I got the ball rolling with FB Ads, but 90% of the traffic was viral. I put in about $800 total.

It's also important to note that during this campaign, things took a turn for the worst in Cambodia. The governing forces started attacking and killing protesters and the outcry was just insane. Facebook activity jumped up a lot during this period.

Targeting

I targeted those Facebook pages that I showed you above in the screenshot, among other relevant pages. Other than targeting by interest, I kept the targeting pretty simple. I didn't increment age groups (I left it at 18 - No Max) and I didn't split test by location. I didn't even segment the interests into groups. It was just one big giant group for each ad campaign - which is something you usually shouldn't do.

Optimizing

I created 7 different shirts and set the campaign time for each of them at 2 days. At the end of the two days (and about $250 in testing), I could see that two of the shirt designs had a much higher conversion rate than the others.

I wanted to see if I could get a higher conversion rate if I built a little landing page for it, featuring 6 of the shirt designs. Kinda like an e-commerce style page (like this page for example), but it was just a one page and the links lead to teespring. I thought that if they can choose the design they wanted, i'll probably see a higher overall conversion rate. I tested this and found that my conversion rate was lower if I went that route. So I just went back to linking each ad to their respective teespring campaign.

Conclusion

I spent about $800 and made $13,892. That's a huge ROI. I probably put in about 4-5 hours of work total for this campaign.

There you go guys. I basically gave you my campaign. I'm still running this, right now. This isn't some old-rehashed campaign guide that doesn't work anymore, it's actually making me money right now. You can apply the concept of this campaign into so many other things. I hope this can be a call to action for some of you guys who haven't taken action yet. Just do it.

You might ask why I'm releasing a campaign I'm still running - well, there are already a couple copycats who pretty much copied my shirt designs and is promoting it to the same audience that I am. So I figured, what the hell, if its about to get saturated then i'll just unleash the floodgates and ruin it for them too. Oh and this also my gift to you guys . Enjoy and good luck!

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  • Profile picture of the author SerpSlayer
    Did all your campaigns target non US buyers? And what price points did you use?
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    • Profile picture of the author vask
      Originally Posted by SerpSlayer View Post

      Did all your campaigns target non US buyers? And what price points did you use?
      I targeted both U.S. and those in Cambodia, but the conversion rate for Cambodia was very low. (Shipping cost was high $10+)

      Originally Posted by DavidLasry View Post

      Sorry for asking and thanks for the share but why the dates are 01/10/13 - 01/17/13?
      You said this campaign is new.
      Anyway, thank you for this lovely thread! Surely I'll try these teespring shirts.
      Not really sure what you're talking about, can you clarify as to where you're seeing those dates?

      Originally Posted by aaheroe View Post

      wow thats suprising me, i dont know if online market for cambodia is very good ..
      There are millions of Cambodians and Cambodian sympathizers here in the U.S.

      Originally Posted by londonwar View Post

      great post

      n00b question coming up

      that screenshot of what topics are popular right now, how do you find out?

      how do you find out what are the most popular trends and topics on social media right now, and the figures?

      thanks
      The website is called PageDataPro. Very useful for researching trends on FB.

      Originally Posted by KINDLUTION View Post

      What kind of ads did you run? I'm not too familiar with Facebook. Just wondering how you got the ad to go viral.
      I created a Facebook Page, I posted and pinned it to my wall, then I did a sponsored post.
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      • Profile picture of the author jsmiz
        Originally Posted by vask View Post

        I targeted both U.S. and those in Cambodia, but the conversion rate for Cambodia was very low. (Shipping cost was high $10+)



        Not really sure what you're talking about, can you clarify as to where you're seeing those dates?



        There are millions of Cambodians and Cambodian sympathizers here in the U.S.



        The website is called PageDataPro. Very useful for researching trends on FB.



        I created a Facebook Page, I posted and pinned it to my wall, then I did a sponsored post.
        By Sponsered post, you mean a newsfeed ad with a "clicks to website" objective, right?

        And isn't that sme kind of copyright issue using that man's pic on your shirts?
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    • Profile picture of the author tonystarkjr
      Wow this is such good info for newbies. Thanks for the post.
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  • Profile picture of the author DavidLasry
    Sorry for asking and thanks for the share but why the dates are 01/10/13 - 01/17/13?
    You said this campaign is new.
    Anyway, thank you for this lovely thread! Surely I'll try these teespring shirts.
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  • Profile picture of the author aminur
    awesome job there
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  • Profile picture of the author dronehawk
    Thanks alot for the share. I have been a bit sceptical with teespring as I thought it's a hyped passing cloud but your results are outstanding and promising.
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    Thanks for sharing man!
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  • Profile picture of the author aaheroe
    wow thats suprising me, i dont know if online market for cambodia is very good ..
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  • Profile picture of the author RemyMartin
    Good job! There's a lot of money to be made in this niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Glynn Kosky
    great post

    n00b question coming up

    that screenshot of what topics are popular right now, how do you find out?

    how do you find out what are the most popular trends and topics on social media right now, and the figures?

    thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Benjamin T
      Originally Posted by londonwar View Post

      great post

      n00b question coming up

      that screenshot of what topics are popular right now, how do you find out?

      how do you find out what are the most popular trends and topics on social media right now, and the figures?

      thanks
      I don't know the specific one he's using above, but I find that Google Trends accomplishes basically the same thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author KINDLUTION
    What kind of ads did you run? I'm not too familiar with Facebook. Just wondering how you got the ad to go viral.
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  • Profile picture of the author alexcutler
    Are you guys messaging the buyers through teespring? If yes, what is it ?

    Thanks a lot
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Nice job. I'm still not sure why my thread was closed.

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    • Profile picture of the author JohnnyNight
      Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

      Nice job. I'm still not sure why my thread was closed.

      Are you serious..?? I know U are..

      Your thread was closed..?

      So what was revealed that was so scandalous.?
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  • Profile picture of the author Excitemental
    How did you manage to get the photo on the shirt in your example? You are only allowed 10 colors for the print?
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    • Profile picture of the author vask
      Originally Posted by Excitemental View Post

      How did you manage to get the photo on the shirt in your example? You are only allowed 10 colors for the print?
      In photoshop, save the image as a "GIF" and then a dialog box will come up.

      Under "colors", just put in the right amount of color.

      Under the "Forced" selection option, choose "None".

      Click "OK" and now you're set to use the image in Teespring.

      Or you can mess around with the levels until you get the right amount of colors, which is what I did in the images above. It's warmer than the original image, type in "Hun Sen" into Google images to find that image I used.

      Ta-da!
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      • Profile picture of the author TopTarget
        Originally Posted by vask View Post

        In photoshop, save the image as a "GIF" and then a dialog box will come up.

        Under "colors", just put in the right amount of color.

        Under the "Forced" selection option, choose "None".

        Click "OK" and now you're set to use the image in Teespring.

        Or you can mess around with the levels until you get the right amount of colors, which is what I did in the images above. It's warmer than the original image, type in "Hun Sen" into Google images to find that image I used.

        Ta-da!
        Vask,

        In terms of intellectual property rules, do you own the rights to that image? If not, how are you able to make money off of it and still be legal?

        TT
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        • Profile picture of the author Nrageth
          Originally Posted by TopTarget View Post

          Vask,

          In terms of intellectual property rules, do you own the rights to that image? If not, how are you able to make money off of it and still be legal?

          TT
          I'm pretty much interested in answer to this question.
          Looking forward
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          • Profile picture of the author 19rl75
            Originally Posted by Nrageth View Post

            I'm pretty much interested in answer to this question.
            Looking forward
            Most of the stuff on that site is illegal. Sports team names, logos, images, Super Bowl, etc.
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          • Profile picture of the author easternwawoman
            "To do this, courts ask whether the use of the image is for a commercial purpose. An individual’s likeness and image cannot be used to promote a product without consent. For instance, selling a t-shirt that implies the president endorses the product violates his or her publicity rights; this includes selling a t-shirt bearing the president’s image without consent. Yes, all those t-shirts sold on the street with the president’s image are technically illegal. But it is so difficult to enforce this type of publicity right that most public figures don’t bother, especially when the free publicity works in their favor. In contrast, selling a t-shirt with a caricature of the president does not violate that individual’s publicity rights because caricature includes a significant degree of original expression, along with the public figure’s likeness, and this original expression is protected by the First Amendment." -- http://onlineartrights.org/issues/de...-people/basics
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin T
    A quick question... feel free not to answer if you'd prefer not to.

    Anyway, I was studying your payouts aboves there if you divide the amount you made (on each campaign) by the amount of shirts sold you get: $13.14, $11.66, $12.47, $11.87, $11.30, etc. all per shirt. And that's the profit... I'm going to round each shirt to $9 to make (it could me more or less than that)... am I correct in saying that you're charging roughly $20/ shirt?

    Cheers,
    Ben
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  • Profile picture of the author BlvdJeremy
    This is awesome! Great work. I've seen many different people taking advantage of Teespring with similar results, but different niches. 10/10!
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    That is awesome! Great work and good luck in the future OP.
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  • Profile picture of the author Austin357
    Really nice job and way to think outside the box. Using current events with a passionate audience seems like a winning formula.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
    Came across this thread last night...gotta say I appreciate all the insights into using Teespring and Facebook Ads supplied by the OP and PPC-Coach!

    One thing I've seen mentioned but cant' find confirmation on is how to use a tracking pixel on Teespring? Someone mentioned in PPC-Coach's thread that is now 'closed' that it could be done during the campaign setup, but I've gone through setting up a campaign and never saw this option?

    Could someone clarify how this is done?

    Thanks!
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    badass, love the roi
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    Sorry to hear PPC-Coach...

    U busted this whole thing open...!!
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Very inspiring post!
    The amazing thing is you pretty much too a totally unsaturated market and created a product specifically for it
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  • Profile picture of the author Missouri31
    Originally Posted by vask View Post


    Targeting

    I targeted those Facebook pages that I showed you above in the screenshot, among other relevant pages. Other than targeting by interest, I kept the targeting pretty simple. I didn't increment age groups (I left it at 18 - No Max) and I didn't split test by location. I didn't even segment the interests into groups. It was just one big giant group for each ad campaign - which is something you usually shouldn't do.
    How do you target specific facebook pages with your ads? I don't see that option in the ad manager. Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author vask
      Originally Posted by Missouri31 View Post

      How do you target specific facebook pages with your ads? I don't see that option in the ad manager. Thanks!
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      • Profile picture of the author Saintsfan40
        Originally Posted by vask View Post

        Sent you a PM Vask. Look forward to your reply.
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        Originally Posted by vask View Post

        I'm having the same issue, I can't search by pages for some reason. I'm only seeing #hashtagged stuff..
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        • Profile picture of the author QtoBrooklyn
          This is what i see when i type in 'Cambodia' in Precise Interests:

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    Amazing and how ingenious of you, well done.
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  • Profile picture of the author dicbo
    Hi Vask and PPC-Coach, thank you for the post! it is really helpful!

    One question... Do you guys keep the ads on all night or you shut it off for the night?

    Thanks again for the info
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    • Profile picture of the author vanbino
      me too, i have having the same problem

      when i try to target a page some times it does not show up any idea on
      how to fix this
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  • Profile picture of the author mengwarri
    Great post, Thank you.

    Anybody compare this post with another Teespring&Facebook post?

    http://www.warriorforum.com/social-m...in-3-days.html
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  • Profile picture of the author mengwarri
    Brad Pitt , Beiber(who is jailed and smiled) are very popular these days,
    Can I make the TeeShirt of them? I am afraid there will be a copywright issue.
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    • Profile picture of the author azgold
      Originally Posted by mengwarri View Post

      Brad Pitt , Beiber(who is jailed and smiled) are very popular these days,
      Can I make the TeeShirt of them? I am afraid there will be a copywright issue.
      Yup, there very well could be a copyright issue. You'd have to either try to locate a creative commons photo that lets you alter and use it for commercial purposes, or get permission to use those images. Otherwise, you risk getting sued.

      At least, that's my take on how it works. I don't profess to be an expert on this but I do know that you can't just grab other people's pictures.

      If you do get to use them, grab Rob Ford, too would ya?
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    This is very inspiring and congra on your success!!!!
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    Impressive case study, vask!

    Did you used the shirts as your image in the ads?
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  • Profile picture of the author tints
    how do you do precise interests nothing comes up in any dashboard i use!
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  • Profile picture of the author dicbo
    This really work! I just wanted to say thanks to petelta and Vask for all the help here! You do need some money at start to do some testing but onece you figured it out, it is pretty awesome! here's a snapshot of 2 of my campaings.

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      Originally Posted by dicbo View Post

      This really work! I just wanted to say thanks to petelta and Vask for all the help here! You do need some money at start to do some testing but onece you figured it out, it is pretty awesome! here's a snapshot of 2 of my campaings.

      Nicee. You use Newsfeed Ads or Right Column ads?
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    • Profile picture of the author eternalwarrior
      How much did you spend?

      Originally Posted by dicbo View Post

      This really work! I just wanted to say thanks to petelta and Vask for all the help here! You do need some money at start to do some testing but onece you figured it out, it is pretty awesome! here's a snapshot of 2 of my campaings.

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      • Profile picture of the author dicbo
        Originally Posted by QtoBrooklyn View Post

        Nicee. You use Newsfeed Ads or Right Column ads?
        i dont use the right side column because the picture are too small. I use Newsfeed and im currently testing with page post engagement... its harder cuz you cannot track your conversion so you dont really know where the sales are from.

        Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

        Nice job!

        Thanks PPC-Coach, you have great many posts too!

        Originally Posted by eternalwarrior View Post

        How much did you spend?
        on the 2 shirt campaign you see im about 50% ROI that was in about 3 days. I loss money on my first day, i was break even on my second and now its all profits
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        • Profile picture of the author QtoBrooklyn
          Originally Posted by dicbo View Post

          on the 2 shirt campaign you see im about 50% ROI that was in about 3 days. I loss money on my first day, i was break even on my second and now its all profits
          How did you optimizie to go from loss to profit? Did you test different ads? Different demographics?
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          • Profile picture of the author dicbo
            yes, i test different ad copy, different demography and different design! I was making money on those 2 design from the start but i had other ones that were loosing me money so i had to drop them.
            But yes you will see if a design sell pretty much at the start. Once you find something with potential, You have to figure out which demography will buy the most. Than you just cut everybody else and only sell to them!
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    • Profile picture of the author richjerk321
      Originally Posted by dicbo View Post

      This really work! I just wanted to say thanks to petelta and Vask for all the help here! You do need some money at start to do some testing but onece you figured it out, it is pretty awesome! here's a snapshot of 2 of my campaings.

      Congrats.

      Did you use 1 simple FB ad and do cpc to get the clicks on FB?

      When you use news feed for your ads, don't you need to create a FB page? Also doing this, will it not get you "likes" instead of "website clicks"?
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    Nice job!

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  • Profile picture of the author hobokook
    would it be illegal to use celebrity images on teespring?
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    • Profile picture of the author richjerk321
      Originally Posted by hobokook View Post

      would it be illegal to use celebrity images on teespring?
      Yes, you can't use pictures or names of celebrities.
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      • Profile picture of the author Drazz
        Originally Posted by richjerk321 View Post

        Yes, you can't use pictures or names of celebrities.
        Why can't you use the name of a celebrities? I can see the case for pictures or logo's they use. But just the name in text would be ridiculous
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  • Profile picture of the author buddy7
    Considering most countries in Asia still have companies that are knock offs of Western companies I seriously doubt Hun Sen is going to be suing anytime soon. :-)
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    i also want to have a try!!
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  • Profile picture of the author vask
    Wow haven't logged onto WF in a couple days (been mega busy with my campaigns)

    Looks like some of you are finding success! Hope this thread helps many of you.
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    • Profile picture of the author richjerk321
      Originally Posted by vask View Post

      Wow haven't logged onto WF in a couple days (been mega busy with my campaigns)

      Looks like some of you are finding success! Hope this thread helps many of you.
      How do you target a specific FB page like you talked about in your post? Because in the interest ad targeting section, not every page shows up.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jon Patrick
        Nice thread, with one caveat...

        Originally Posted by richjerk321 View Post

        How do you target a specific FB page like you talked about in your post? Because in the interest ad targeting section, not every page shows up.
        Several people have asked about this already, and I would also like to know. OP?
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        • Profile picture of the author dicbo
          Originally Posted by richjerk321 View Post

          Congrats.

          Did you use 1 simple FB ad and do cpc to get the clicks on FB?

          When you use news feed for your ads, don't you need to create a FB page? Also doing this, will it not get you "likes" instead of "website clicks"?
          I use 1 simple account, i do cpc and optimized bid, it depends where im at with the campaing.
          You need to create facebook page for newsfeed. it is great because you can build folower for your next campaing in the same niche.

          Originally Posted by hobokook View Post

          would it be illegal to use celebrity images on teespring?
          ive seen a couple successful campaing using celebrities picture. No crackdown on them yet.

          Originally Posted by richjerk321 View Post

          How do you target a specific FB page like you talked about in your post? Because in the interest ad targeting section, not every page shows up.
          Sometimes it doesnt show up for some reason, but if you type the exact name and press enter it will add it up.
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          • Profile picture of the author richjerk321
            Originally Posted by dicbo View Post

            I use 1 simple account, i do cpc and optimized bid, it depends where im at with the campaing.
            You need to create facebook page for newsfeed. it is great because you can build folower for your next campaing in the same niche.



            ive seen a couple successful campaing using celebrities picture. No crackdown on them yet.



            Sometimes it doesnt show up for some reason, but if you type the exact name and press enter it will add it up.
            When I type in an exact name of a group / page, it still does not show up even when you hit enter.
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          • Profile picture of the author QtoBrooklyn
            Originally Posted by dicbo View Post

            but if you type the exact name and press enter it will add it up.
            Just tried that, didn't work.. Anyone else have any luck?
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            • Profile picture of the author dicbo
              Originally Posted by richjerk321 View Post

              When I type in an exact name of a group / page, it still does not show up even when you hit enter.
              Originally Posted by QtoBrooklyn View Post

              Just tried that, didn't work.. Anyone else have any luck?
              PM me i'll see if i can help.
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    • Profile picture of the author junkdna
      Originally Posted by vask View Post

      Wow haven't logged onto WF in a couple days (been mega busy with my campaigns)

      Looks like some of you are finding success! Hope this thread helps many of you.
      It might be worth considering the Close III, first paragraph of the Facebook Advertising Guidelines ( https://www.facebook.com/ad_guidelines.php ), where it says: "Ads may not contain content that exploits political agendas or "hot button" issues for commercial use."
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      • Profile picture of the author Missouri31
        Originally Posted by junkdna View Post

        It might be worth considering the Close III, first paragraph of the Facebook Advertising Guidelines ( https://www.facebook.com/ad_guidelines.php ), where it says: "Ads may not contain content that exploits political agendas or "hot button" issues for commercial use."
        The guidelines also say:
        Ad text may not assert or imply, directly or indirectly, within the ad content or by targeting, a user's personal characteristics within the following categories:
        ii. religion or philosophical belief;


        Doesn't make sense to me.

        Why?

        Because in the ad targeting you can target by religions, you can also target by political groups. So they are saying you can target these groups, but not imply that they are part of a group? LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author nasstar
    Freaking awesome super duper roi!
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    Great going ! What price you have set for Tees ???
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    Hey sometimes my ads are converting every 10 times and sometimes its like every 50 clicks or none...what do i do
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  • Profile picture of the author masterbis
    Nice thread. Thanks for sharing this. Very informative.
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  • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
    Where did you get the information about the Facebook pages that talked about Cambodia? is it the regular facebook search? or is it the search on the advertising area?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nrageth
    I'm sorry for trashing your thread a bit but I'm interested how to put facebook conversion tracking pixel to my campaign at teespring, should I contact customer support?

    And which category do I need to use, checkouts?

    Thanks in advance
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    • Profile picture of the author richjerk321
      Originally Posted by Nrageth View Post

      I'm sorry for trashing your thread a bit but I'm interested how to put facebook conversion tracking pixel to my campaign at teespring, should I contact customer support?

      And which category do I need to use, checkouts?

      Thanks in advance
      You have to contact teespring support and they'll enable it for all of your campaigns. You have to do this once.

      Yes, checkouts when you do the FB ad creation.
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  • Profile picture of the author captainnerdsauce
    wow thats one of the smartest marketing strategies I have seen, thanks for that info.

    what are their payout options once you request a payout?
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  • Profile picture of the author showole
    You should definitely charge $17 or something for this thread for folks to value it....take action guys
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    • Profile picture of the author teawezzy
      Thanks for the post. I'm making some ok money with teespring too.

      That page data pro site is a jewel. It gave me some great ideas!

      Thanks.
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    coooooooooool
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    Someone make it happen! Then tip me if you get rich, lol.
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    • Profile picture of the author Murphysmurfy
      Originally Posted by DroppedPR View Post



      Someone make it happen! Then tip me if you get rich, lol.
      Copyright infringement.
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  • Profile picture of the author sharitchritin
    Just found out the thread. Well done Vask.

    I looked at teespring and checked some history of shirts sold. I found some t-shirts designs, pretty much have same words with slight different designs. Also I checked their offers, lots of them have pretty same words in offer pages.

    Just wonder whether these campaigns come from same seller or different sellers? If yes, do you think that is legal to have almost same words in t-shirt designs and offer pages? or someone will report to teespring?

    Comments welcome.
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  • Profile picture of the author redondo
    i see a lot of people are asking how to target other fanpages in interests.

    Its obvious that the guys who are making money of this dont want to share how to do that type of targeting. I think if you know that, then you will make money with teespring, cuz everything comes to targeting passionate people.
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  • Profile picture of the author Apollo-Articles
    Interesting, were you targeting Cambodia in terms of the pople you wanted to buy the tee-shirts or were you targeting Cambodians/Fans living in America?

    San
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    • Profile picture of the author Drazz
      Don't you get trouble with copyright laws and stuff when you just take pictures from google?

      What am I allowed to do and what not? I don't think this is legal tbh.

      But anyway very nice job on selling so much!
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  • Profile picture of the author Med7
    Hello, thank you @Vask for the advices and your share my friend!
    I have q question please, how i can found the hot topics at the moment? as cambodia !!

    Thank you so much
    Regards,
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  • Profile picture of the author Med7
    @dicbo Than kyou for shared your experience my friend, how i can found the hot topics at the moment?

    thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author DroppedPR
    As far as I understand reading Teespring's ToS, they couldn't seem to care less unless the owner of the copyright contacts them with proof of ownership rights and complains. They reserve the right to terminate any campaign they want at whatever time, but that doesn't mean they're about to can you for using an image that is probably copyrighted if there is little chance of them hearing about it or facing legal action themselves.
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  • Profile picture of the author biggenius
    I think people doing this don't care about TOS or Copyright Infringement , they just have to make shitload of cash. You might question their ethics but in the end it doesn't matter much to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author WordpressManiac
    Great threat, thanks to all for these information! How do you price your Tees or Hoodies? I seem to struggle with that...
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  • Profile picture of the author megamind22
    This is really mind blowing. Definitely going to try this niche out myself. It looks promising and less competitive for now.

    Thanks guys for sharing this
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    Awesome Post!!! Great value.
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  • Profile picture of the author darkhorse30
    is there a link to ppc coach thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author wesleywinter
    Taking action is all it takes. Teespring is a great money maker if you can find the right design with the right audience. Takes testing but if you keep at it you will get a winner.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom E
    Vask, if someone copies your design directly on Teespring, all you have to do is let your Teespring rep know, and they will send all the money from the offending account into your account.

    If someone 'sort of' copies you - if it's very clear that they're using your design, with small alterations, you won't get the money from their campaigns, but Teespring will still shut them down, as they look very harshly upon anyone who steals other people's designs. Surprised you didn't try to contact Teespring about this.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnnyNight
      Originally Posted by Tom E View Post

      Vask, if someone copies your design directly on Teespring, all you have to do is let your Teespring rep know, and they will send all the money from the offending account into your account.

      If someone 'sort of' copies you - if it's very clear that they're using your design, with small alterations, you won't get the money from their campaigns, but Teespring will still shut them down, as they look very harshly upon anyone who steals other people's designs. Surprised you didn't try to contact Teespring about this.
      Hello,

      Just wondering, have you had a direct experience with this, many of the successful designs on Teespring are direct or almost direct copies of one another. The sports designs are a prime example, such as "This Girl Loves the Broncos" or loves any other team.

      Unless one person or company is responsible for all those sports designs..
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  • Profile picture of the author afk
    Wow thanks vask for breaking this down!

    So if I target to specific group, is it almost like scrapping UIDs (which is now banned)? In other words, being laser targeted my ad will appear only in it that group?
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  • Profile picture of the author JCorp
    No, it won't appear ONLY in that group... in fact, you'll get a mix of people and not just the FANPAGE fans, especially if it's a large fanpage. For that, I recommend using OCPM, you might lose money at first, or not, but it'll even out if you've got a tee that people want.
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    • Profile picture of the author dragonsfire1981
      Interesting. I've seen several people say use OCPM. Would you say most sales will come after the 15, 20 USD adspend point as I've had a couple of campaigns where I cut them off before $15 was spent?

      Originally Posted by JCorp View Post

      No, it won't appear ONLY in that group... in fact, you'll get a mix of people and not just the FANPAGE fans, especially if it's a large fanpage. For that, I recommend using OCPM, you might lose money at first, or not, but it'll even out if you've got a tee that people want.
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      • Profile picture of the author JCorp
        Originally Posted by dragonsfire1981 View Post

        Interesting. I've seen several people say use OCPM. Would you say most sales will come after the 15, 20 USD adspend point as I've had a couple of campaigns where I cut them off before $15 was spent?
        Really depends on a lot of variables; Objective, ads, niche, etc.

        But for Website Conversions, I usually run up to about $20 per test.

        For PPE, I can tell within $5 or $10 whether or not a campaign will "fly".
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        • Profile picture of the author dragonsfire1981
          have you found PPE better than Site Conversions/ Clicks to Site overall then?

          Originally Posted by JCorp View Post

          Really depends on a lot of variables; Objective, ads, niche, etc.

          But for Website Conversions, I usually run up to about $20 per test.

          For PPE, I can tell within $5 or $10 whether or not a campaign will "fly".
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          • Profile picture of the author JCorp
            Originally Posted by dragonsfire1981 View Post

            have you found PPE better than Site Conversions/ Clicks to Site overall then?

            I wouldn't say that... I'm not a huge fan of PPE... but it has its place and when it works, it works greatly.

            I use a combo of CTW, PPE & Conversions.
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    WOW.nice job and thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Website conversion optimization by Facebook starts around 20 to 25 recorded conversions by Facebook. It really starts optimizing around 100 though. Most don't get anywhere near that to even have FB start optimizing unfortunately.

    The good part is whether you do WC or PPE, you can and should track your conversions using Facebook's tracking pixel. (You can do reports showing conversion data for any objective).

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    • Profile picture of the author dragonsfire1981
      Interesting.

      Well I've not reached that level of sales yet, but once you reach it and it does that- in theory it would mean you'd get conversions earlier/faster for new campaigns? And this would be the case even though for each campaign we're creating unique URLs? because it optimises with teespring as a whole?

      I've been setting up the conversion pixels- for some reason, most of them not verifying properly- I've generated it, pulled off the code and placed them into where I'm supposed to in my Teespring dashboard, I'm not sure why this is- or do I need to create the pixel in the main ad platform, verify it then download the data into power editor before verifying it when I setup the ad?

      Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

      Website conversion optimization by Facebook starts around 20 to 25 recorded conversions by Facebook. It really starts optimizing around 100 though. Most don't get anywhere near that to even have FB start optimizing unfortunately.

      The good part is whether you do WC or PPE, you can and should track your conversions using Facebook's tracking pixel. (You can do reports showing conversion data for any objective).

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  • Profile picture of the author otakosong
    thanks to share your method man.. it's really cool..
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  • Profile picture of the author pshleetz
    thats inspirational! good job and thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author anguschkong
    i just want to say a Big Thank You to Vask.
    It is the thread inspired me to start my work in TeeSpring.
    I just sold my 50,000 shirts in TeeSpring from March,2014 til today.
    I quit my professional 9-5 job 2 months ago and traveling around the world currently while keep making new campaign in Facebook for TeeSpring and CPA (no luck in CPA so far...)

    still feeling amazing...you are the real expert here.
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    • Profile picture of the author LKR
      Originally Posted by anguschkong View Post

      i just want to say a Big Thank You to Vask.
      It is the thread inspired me to start my work in TeeSpring.
      I just sold my 50,000 shirts in TeeSpring from March,2014 til today.
      I quit my professional 9-5 job 2 months ago and traveling around the world currently while keep making new campaign in Facebook for TeeSpring and CPA (no luck in CPA so far...)

      still feeling amazing...you are the real expert here.
      Wow, 50k! Congrats. That's amazing.

      I'm a few days in and only have one sale...currently down $100+ and counting...

      Gonna keep going, though!
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  • Profile picture of the author danozafar
    Thank you very much for the share. During Fifa World Cup 2914, I created TeeSpring campaign for Netherlands with their national logo. That Orange shirt went insane.
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  • Profile picture of the author wands
    Can we use other sites like Spreadshirt or some other T shirt store to promote as well?
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  • Profile picture of the author mahediblog
    Thanks vask for sharing this.
    Really awesome post.
    I think Teespring will be my favorite. :-)
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    This is incredible for sure! Thank a lot for sharing it!
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  • Profile picture of the author MooreTaylorr
    I want to enter Teespring field to start making money, but how long it will take?
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    Nice job.! Great Strategy, well done.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
    Originally Posted by vask View Post

    Hey guys, a couple weeks ago I didn't even know about Teespring. Now i'm pulling in 5 figures in profit from it.

    More and more threads started popping up about Teespring. At first I brushed it off because "how much money could there be in t-shirts?" Well I was wrong. People were posting crazy stats and my jaw dropped. I had to get in on the action... So I did. I'd like give a shoutout to PPC-coach because it was his thread that got me into this.

    I hit the ground running - testing shirt designs like I did my ads. Split testing different shirt designs for the best conversion rate before I scaled it up. I was profiting right off the bat. Never lost a single dollar from the start. I think it was because of the nature the demographic I was targeting - they were very responsive.

    The best part about this method is that it's very easy to understand the concept so it's very newbie friendly. I hope that those of you guys that haven't made money yet will jump on this guide and actually take some action. I'll lay everything out for you, just do it.

    Background Information:

    This method takes advantage of the current events.

    In the past couple years, there have been over 10 revolutions all in different countries. More people are online now and communication has never been easier. It's getting harder for oppressive governments to stay in power. Facebook is a huge reason as to why these revolutions gained traction. When a revolution breaks out in an oppressed 3rd world country, the government basically puts the media on lockdown and does not allow for TV stations to report on anything that could potentially hurt the current power. So where can the people get all their information from? From other people on Facebook. This happened in Syria, Egypt, and now is happening in Cambodia and in Thailand.

    The Cambodian revolution is a HUGE topic on Facebook right now. Take a look at this screenshot:


    See that second Facebook page? (I Love Cambodia Hot News II)

    There are more people talking about that page than there are likes for it. It's just insane. There's a huge potential for a viral post if you approach it the right way

    I'll be focusing on Cambodia and the revolution happening there right now for this campaign guide. I've made close to $14k (all profit) from Cambodia so far in the past 2 weeks and there's more money to be made.

    So I'll break this campaign guide into steps and will go over each step in detail.

    Keep up with the news.

    I'm always up to date with the current news. In this industry, knowledge is power. Knowledge gives you the competitive edge. What you know that the other guy doesn't might be the difference between profiting and not profiting. Check your favorite news website everyday. Just 5 minutes of glancing at the articles in the morning and again at night. If something catches your eye, just read it. This is how I heard about the Cambodian revolution.

    Doing proper research.

    Don't just read a news article about it, you need to find out the real reason as to why the people are so mad. The best place to do this is to see what the people are saying themselves, on Facebook. Find relevant and hot Facebook pages and read the comments. Look for posts with hundreds of comments. Those are usually the "debate" posts where people argue. Read the arguments and take note of the discussion.

    For the Cambodian revolution, the topics that got people riled up the most was "Hun Sen, the Prime Minister of Cambodia".

    They hate their Prime Minister and are actively protesting to get him out of office. There are a couple reasons as to why they hate him:
    • He is among the richest in Asia. His money comes from corruption from within the government.
    • Cambodia is one of the slowest country to develop due to government corruption. Their neighbors, Thailand and Vietnam are decades ahead of them in terms of development and they resent that.
    • Between 1985 and 1993, he regularly tried to grab the power to keep it to himself. In 1998 he succeeded and became the one and only Prime Minister of Cambodia. And he's been in office since.
    • He is a former communist (Khmer Rouge)

    I used these facts as my selling points/angle for my shirt designs - and it worked great.

    Creating the shirt

    Here's one of the shirts I've made.


    This t-shirt got both love and hate, which was a good thing. It sparked conversation, shares, likes, debates, etc. The point is that it got people talking. *Take note at the shared-to-like ratio.

    This is not my best converting shirt design, but it had the most shares and comments.

    Running it on Facebook Ads

    Running it is straightforward. The shirt design will have the most impact on your CTR. I suggest you create 3-4 drastically different shirt designs, then take a look at it's CTR and comments it's getting. Use the comments as feedback and keep it in mind as you're designing your next shirt.

    The shirt that I showed you above didn't always look that way.

    I didn't spend very much at all. I got the ball rolling with FB Ads, but 90% of the traffic was viral. I put in about $800 total.

    It's also important to note that during this campaign, things took a turn for the worst in Cambodia. The governing forces started attacking and killing protesters and the outcry was just insane. Facebook activity jumped up a lot during this period.

    Targeting

    I targeted those Facebook pages that I showed you above in the screenshot, among other relevant pages. Other than targeting by interest, I kept the targeting pretty simple. I didn't increment age groups (I left it at 18 - No Max) and I didn't split test by location. I didn't even segment the interests into groups. It was just one big giant group for each ad campaign - which is something you usually shouldn't do.

    Optimizing

    I created 7 different shirts and set the campaign time for each of them at 2 days. At the end of the two days (and about $250 in testing), I could see that two of the shirt designs had a much higher conversion rate than the others.

    I wanted to see if I could get a higher conversion rate if I built a little landing page for it, featuring 6 of the shirt designs. Kinda like an e-commerce style page (like this page for example), but it was just a one page and the links lead to teespring. I thought that if they can choose the design they wanted, i'll probably see a higher overall conversion rate. I tested this and found that my conversion rate was lower if I went that route. So I just went back to linking each ad to their respective teespring campaign.

    Conclusion

    I spent about $800 and made $13,892. That's a huge ROI. I probably put in about 4-5 hours of work total for this campaign.

    There you go guys. I basically gave you my campaign. I'm still running this, right now. This isn't some old-rehashed campaign guide that doesn't work anymore, it's actually making me money right now. You can apply the concept of this campaign into so many other things. I hope this can be a call to action for some of you guys who haven't taken action yet. Just do it.

    You might ask why I'm releasing a campaign I'm still running - well, there are already a couple copycats who pretty much copied my shirt designs and is promoting it to the same audience that I am. So I figured, what the hell, if its about to get saturated then i'll just unleash the floodgates and ruin it for them too. Oh and this also my gift to you guys . Enjoy and good luck!


    I more confuse on getting target traffic..
    you mention Facebook group page?
    so I amuse you use some software to take their Id ?
    I do know there is one software that take Facebook id of individual account for FB AD which sold in warrior forum market place.

    if you never use ..how you set up?

    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jharr53301
    Is she still around? Is this still a method that works? My son is good at graphic designs and I would love to get him on this!
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  • Profile picture of the author SunnyDelight
    Cool! Thanks a ton for sharing your ideas and case study with us!
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  • Profile picture of the author HyperVyper
    It's about finding the right niche and creating a design for that particular niche. Teespring worked for me.
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