SOWPub Small Business Forums  

Click Here to see the latest posts!

Ask any questions related to business / entrepreneurship / money-making / life
or share your success stories (and educational "failures")...

Sign up for the Hidden Business Ideas Letter Free edition, and receive a free report straight to your inbox: "Idea that works in a pandemic: Ordinary housewife makes $50,000 a month in her spare time, using a simple idea - and her driveway..."

Also, please no insults or personal attacks.
Feel free to link to your web site though at the end of your posts.

Stay up to date! Get email notifications or
get "new thread" feeds here


Go Back   SOWPub Small Business Forums > Main Category > SOWPub Business Forum
Register FAQ Members List Calendar Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read

SOWPub Business Forum Seeds of Wisdom Forum

Thread Tools Display Modes
Prev Previous Post   Next Post Next
Old September 1, 2013, 01:38 PM
Dien Rice Dien Rice is offline
Onwards and upwards!
Join Date: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,635
Default Teespring, custom T-shirts site...

Originally Posted by Phil View Post
Proof is in the Pudding once Again...

That any {Smart} Simple (type) product, business model, concept or Whatever...

Is fully, Twistable, Spinnable, re-workable etc., etc., [Creatively] into Fresh and Exciting new Ideas...

Create & Sell Custom T-Shirts with Zero Upfront Costs

No upfront costs, no risk. Buyers pre-order their tees online on your campaign page, so you don't get stuck paying the bill....

High-quality prints. We only use retail-quality screen printing (no digital prints) so you get a t-shirt you can be proud of.
Get started »

Quick prediction! ... WSO's, Hotsheets and other Digital [related] Connections to this Spin of Ideas being released [Hot] off the Press as of this Moment...

Teespring: How A “Kickstarter For T-Shirts” Did $800,000 In Sales ...

More Quick info and ideas regarding you Guessed it, Teespring into Cash! ++
Thanks, Phil!

This site explains Teespring and how it works...

At first I didn't understand how it was different from Zazzle or CafePress or any of the other similar websites...

I guess the difference is that you set a goal for how many T-shirts you want to sell in your campaign. Then, the T-shirts don't get printed and shipped (and your customers don't get charged) unless you reach that goal...

Kind of like how Kickstarter (or Indiegogo) works for funding projects...

I can see the great benefit of this idea! One problem with Zazzle, CafePress, and all the rest, is that the T-shirts are quite expensive. That's because they have to calculate everything based on just one sale. If you sell 100 shirts, the cost-per-shirt (and profit-per-shirt) is still the same as if you sold just 1 shirt.

However, with Teespring, if you make a goal to sell 100 shirts, and hit that goal, the cost-per-shirt goes down, and potential profit-per-shirt goes up...

Great idea!

Thanks for sharing that, Phil!

Best wishes,

Reply With Quote

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump

Other recent posts on the forum...

Seeds of Wisdom Publishing (front page) | Seeds of Wisdom Business forum | Seeds of Wisdom Original Business Forum (Archive) | Hidden Unusual Business Ideas Newsletter | Hotsheet Profits | The Art of Leverage | The Success Report | Persuade via Remote Influence | Affia Band | The Entrepreneur's Hotsheet | The SeedZine (Entrepreneurial Ezine) | The Fly Low Collect Dough Update Hotline

Get the report on Harvey Brody's Answers to a Question-Oriented-Person

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 03:32 AM.

Powered by vBulletin Version 3.6.0
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.