Originally Posted by Dave Hughes
There are several Cafepress competitors...the best-reviewed one I see (from an admittedly cursory bit of "glance at it" research) is Printfection, however there is also ShirtCity, CustomInk, etc. (Sorry...not enough posts to put the links here for you, but just put a dot-com after each one and you'll get there.)
CustomInk pays a straight 10% commission on any sales made, while Printfection, ShirtCity and CafePress all let you determine the profit per unit by setting the retail price.
Hope that helps...at least a little bit.
Thanks Dave -- Yes Cafepress "pays" me whatever markup I want -- but that's what *I* get when *I* sell something. What I want is a way to set up a *2* tier system where I get $ everytime a shirt gets sold *and* someone else also gets a cut when they direct the buyer to the offer (shirt).