Teespring, recommend a course..?

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Hey guys..

Been thinking about getting into promoting teespring on FB.. Has any of you seen the success that some people are claiming?

Its more of a method than a business but people to be having great success with it..

Can any of you recommend a good, higher end, course or coaching on it?
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  • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
    Hi Fergal,

    There are a couple WSOs out there that show how to do it.

    You can build a real business with it if you come up with your own twist.

    One thing that would work and I have not seen anywhere yet:

    Contact a night club or bar and make a deal with them.

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    • Profile picture of the author saqqa
      Originally Posted by hpgoodboy View Post

      Hi Fergal,

      There are a couple WSOs out there that show how to do it.

      You can build a real business with it if you come up with your own twist.

      One thing that would work and I have not seen anywhere yet:

      Contact a night club or bar and make a deal with them.

      HP
      sorry, whats night club or bar ?
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    • Profile picture of the author mrozlat
      Originally Posted by hpgoodboy View Post

      Hi Fergal,

      There are a couple WSOs out there that show how to do it.

      You can build a real business with it if you come up with your own twist.

      One thing that would work and I have not seen anywhere yet:

      Contact a night club or bar and make a deal with them.

      HP
      probably would work for bands and djs too
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  • Profile picture of the author ASG1123
    I personally have not seen any success with Teespring and FB campaigns. The people who claimed they have are probably the 1% of all the people who've tried. Plus to succeed, you need to target a specific audience or a current trend which generates passion. Sounds easy, right. In theory it is, but practically it has made me lose about $100 in 4 campaigns.
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    • Profile picture of the author petelta
      Originally Posted by ASG1123 View Post

      Sounds easy, right. In theory it is, but practically it has made me lose about $100 in 4 campaigns.
      If you want to have success on Teespring, you should have at least $500 ready to lose on ads and be launching more than 4 campaigns.

      I launch 10 designs a day and usually 1 will be worth advertising past the initial $20-$50 test. With that in mind, you'll lose $200/day to find your 1 winner every day.

      When you have a winner, you'll have tos pend MORE MONEY to make it continue to sell. So if you want to make $20k from a shirt campaign, you'll be spending $10k on ads that week.

      It's very lucrative... but I would focus on building a long term asset like an emal list or social media following to sell the shirts rather than just relying on FB ads straight to shirt sales.

      It's more long term and you don't have to rely on great designs and hot topics.

      I have a product coming March 4th on Teespring. One of hte links in my signature is a free case study on how I pulled in over $5,500 my first week with teespring, so give it a watch.
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      • Profile picture of the author karoma1298
        my teespring URL is www.teespring.com/justanexample
        when this teespring expires (say after 7 days), and if i re-launch the same campaign do i get the SAME URL (www.teespring.com/justanexample) once again?
        also, when i re-launch it again - can i change the Tshirt design
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      • Profile picture of the author Ghoster
        Originally Posted by petelta View Post

        If you want to have success on Teespring, you should have at least $500 ready to lose on ads and be launching more than 4 campaigns.

        I launch 10 designs a day and usually 1 will be worth advertising past the initial $20-$50 test. With that in mind, you'll lose $200/day to find your 1 winner every day.

        When you have a winner, you'll have tos pend MORE MONEY to make it continue to sell. So if you want to make $20k from a shirt campaign, you'll be spending $10k on ads that week.

        It's very lucrative... but I would focus on building a long term asset like an emal list or social media following to sell the shirts rather than just relying on FB ads straight to shirt sales.

        It's more long term and you don't have to rely on great designs and hot topics.

        I have a product coming March 4th on Teespring. One of hte links in my signature is a free case study on how I pulled in over $5,500 my first week with teespring, so give it a watch.
        This is a classic shotgun strategy—not to say that it's invalid. But without putting too fine a point on things, you'll have more success if you specialize in creating a few highly targeted, extremely high-quality designs.

        Kind of weird top hear someone say that you don't have to focus on quality designs—when the goal is to sell clothing.

        Sure, not every high-quality design will take off, but the ones that do will go further than something someone banged up in 15 min.
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  • Profile picture of the author imgeniuslt
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    Hello,

    I had heard a lot of good things about fb and teespring. Many of them made decent money and still making. I think you need just to take good course,not some rehashed stuff . If you are really serious about this stuff go ahead and check all links.

    Here it is :

    1. Profit Club
    http://mastermindmarketingllc.com/video-review/

    2. TeeProfit
    http://teeprofits.com/

    3. Teespring Crazy (Profits) Course (or anything Facebook or Teespring by Tanner Larsson)
    http://tannerlarsson.com/op/teecrazy-2/

    4. Brittany's 2Kin3Days
    http://www.2kin3days.com/victory/

    5. Perry Marshall: Swiss Army Knife
    http://www.perrymarshall.com/products/

    6. John Loomer: FB Power Editor
    http://www.jonloomer.com/fb-marketin...ed-university/

    7. Perry Marshall: 80/20 Facebook Express
    http://www.perrymarshall.com/products/
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  • Profile picture of the author craig2mau
    I took a course that Don Wilson was running - its pretty straight forward and I gained a lot of knowledge from it; https://www.facebook.com/MarketingWithDon

    I started running my campaigns on a site called Fabrily.com - they are based in Europe and I had a lot of success here.
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  • Profile picture of the author imbikinigirl
    I bought Tee Inspector and I thought it was really good. Came with software too for discovering new campaigns. Sorry I don't have a link nor am I an affiliate, but Google can help you find it.
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