Teespring: Where to Get More Shirt Ideas

Selling On Teespring

Teespring: Where to Get More Shirt Ideas

We’ve collected some of the best tutorials on how you can increase revenue using the teespring platform to design shirts and other items. The content belongs to it’s original poster, please be sure to check out their youtube channel.

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#1. Facebook trending: 0:43

#2. Google trends: 2:06

#3. 6 other t-shirt websites: 3:13

Hey all!

In this video, I share with you some places and sites you can go to in order to get some ideas for your T-shirt or any designs for what you want to sell.

The first two I go over are Facebook and Google trends – you can get a glimpse as to what is going on in the world around you and make a shirt based on that – there are so many shirts that sold incredibly well during the Presidential campaign or other big world events where people are really involved – you can make shirts that people can closely associate with with the emotions they feel!

On your Facebook news feed, you can see on the right side something that will say ‘trending’. You can just click on any of the news stories there and read further as to what it’s about. You can find out how engaged the audience is with this particular post – if it’s not very engaged, don’t even bother making any design or shirt for it. Look for something that has a ton of shares, likes, and comments. You can also use this as a basis for conducting further research. Same goes for Google trends – pretty much exactly the same as with Facebook but just on a different front – again, just look for events that have a lot of engagement and capitalize on it.

Next, I go over a few websites that also sell shirts that you can go on to get some ideas for yourself and see what sells well. In the previous video, I used teeview.org to check out some shirt designs that sold incredibly well that required absolutely 0 design skills. You can do the same and see what type of messages people like.

Some of the websites you can use are: teeview.org, teescover.com, sunfrog.com, cafepress.com, mydreamstore.in, and of course teespring.com.

That’s it!

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