Some help with Teespring needed

by ippaidaisuki 4 replies
I just started testing out Teespring and after 5-6 campaigns I found something that people seem to be interested in. After running the ad on FB for a while I got CTR of 9.271% which is something I haven't seen before.

But the problem I'm having is that I got over 400 website clicks but only 1 bought the shirt.

Seems to me that the FB ad works and the design (or at least the message in it) is interesting.

But I don't understand why people don't wanna buy it? Could it be the time limit that is 10 days (too long) or would a cheaper price get more results? Or maybe the shirt type?

I bet it's the combination of many things but if you have any tips that could help the sales to go up, please share.
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  • Profile picture of the author JCorp
    Great job on the CTR... though it's not the MAIN thing... that's a good determining factor to whether or not you've got a passionate niche.

    Out of 400 WC, you should have AT LEAST 10 to 20 shirts sold... at least.

    That tells me the shirt "isn't all that"... so try another design. A lot of people will say design isn't everything... well my friend... IT IS. If you've got a nice looking design, even if it's just text, people will want it... and not just want it... but will BUY IT.

    So change it up. Keep the ads the same, just a different shirt.
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    • Profile picture of the author ippaidaisuki
      Thanks JCorp!

      I just realized that the reason could be the shirt type. The majority of the people I'm targeting seem to be women and this is a unisex T-Shirt with women's one in the drop menu. Gonna change that around.

      How much you think the length of the campaign affects the sales? What kind of length usually works the best?
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  • Profile picture of the author ippaidaisuki
    You know what really makes me angry?

    YORKIES RULE!!! | Teespring

    152 sold. You gotta be kiddin me.
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  • Profile picture of the author globalexperts
    Originally Posted by ippaidaisuki View Post

    I just started testing out Teespring and after 5-6 campaigns I found something that people seem to be interested in. After running the ad on FB for a while I got CTR of 9.271% which is something I haven't seen before.

    But the problem I'm having is that I got over 400 website clicks but only 1 bought the shirt.

    Seems to me that the FB ad works and the design (or at least the message in it) is interesting.

    But I don't understand why people don't wanna buy it? Could it be the time limit that is 10 days (too long) or would a cheaper price get more results? Or maybe the shirt type?

    I bet it's the combination of many things but if you have any tips that could help the sales to go up, please share.
    I agree that shirt design is one of the main factors. However, the ultimate factor in my opinion is the message of your shirt. I have sold 250 shirts with literally plain Arial font text, but my audience really loved the message. Also, what type of campaign are you running? Is that a PPE campaign? You should look at the number of website clicks which tells you how many people went to your Teespring campaign, not the total number of clicks.
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