Selling On Teespring
Teespring: How to Setup Your Storefront
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What is a storefront?: 0:06
How to setup a storefront: 0:38
Cool thing about storefront: 4:12
In this video, I show you how to setup your storefront on Teespring. It’s a cool feature that allows you to add all the shirts you create onto one ‘website’ that Teespring provides for you. The cool thing about this is that you can actually add all the expired shirts here that are finished with the campaign – so instead of permanently deleting a good design you may have, you can toss it here where natural traffic can make a purchase or two!
The first step to create your storefront would be to log in to your account and on the top right, select ‘storefronts’. I believe you need at least 3 products before you can create this.
But then you would just fill in the blanks provided. Start by providing the name of the store, maybe something like ‘Ivan’s Shirts’ in my example or ‘Super Awesome Shirts’ for you – whatever your shirts/business is about!
Next, you would just have to basically ‘create’ your website by adding in information on the left hand side – the header information, background color, social media, etc…
For the header section, you can either upload a logo or write out the text, but cannot have both – the font and text that you write should be sufficient and looks good enough to not necessarily need to insert your logo. However the maximum amount of characters you can use is 30. You can also change the color of the background here.
For the storefront banner, this will basically be a picture or image that you can add just below your header.
Next, you would need to add your products to your storefront. This will have a list of pretty much every single shirt you have created in the past and the different variations of it, so checkmark the one you want to add and they will be! That simple!
In the storefront ‘about’ section, you would basically just write information about the store and what’s it about in the description. You can add a link to your website, your YouTube, Twitter, etc… So that people can connect with you on social media.
Last but not least, in the Teespring storefront ‘settings’, you would type out the URL for your store. This is the URL you would be giving out so that when people click on it, they will be taken to your Teespring storefront. I would enable cross-selling so that when people buy a product you have offered, they are presented with other potential products you have. As we discussed in our video on sales funnels (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZh2Qv9ZeE8&index=40&t=25s&list=PLS46f4aLJ2hNASorSJ04itRrhsnZ00x5u), this would definitely be a good move.
If you also ever decide to delete your storefront, this would be where you can do so.
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