Discussion in 'Making Money' started by KinikuMan, Mar 21, 2018.
i saw many mockups like this in fb ..i looking in every mockup market but cant fint it
I cannot understand the meaning of the campaign goal on Teezily. Why would you make a goal of 50 t-shirts, and they will only manufacture after 50 purchases instead of 1 t-shirt goal for example, then they will just manufacture each t-shirt if the cost is the same?
Hey man thanks for this I'm currently wasting money on FB ads trying to learn this. How much does relevance score really matter if your targeting nothing? I targeted some shirts and got a 7 but 2 sales for $100 in ads. I have a video game parody shirt up untargeted and its getting a 3.
Thank you @freehealthylife.com
I learn a lot from your thread, you are such a nice guy.
I want to ask,
1. what is the difference now Jan 2019 in selling tshirts compared with last year March 2018 when you started this thread? is it getting more difficult? is FB Ads getting more expensive?
2. Are you still selling tshirts? how's your profit now? is it already scaled two times or three times since you started this thread? or still just the same?
How do you do keyword research? - Market is really competitive, I believe good keyword research is the first step to getting sales...
Your AMA inspired my journey (I forgot your name, so I couldn't mention it. I'm really bad with names!) Thank you!
How much the shipping to Balcanic countries? I cant find their shipping fees.
can we sell other peoples t shirtsand designs and take our commission ? or we should make our t shirt and sell these ?
Thank you OP for your AMA, what are you doing now, are you doing Shopify or still doing Teechip/Teezily/Teespring ect. Since i see most Vietnamese are doing this on Shopify
I've made a little over $400 selling t shirts. Nothing big at all, but something at least! Thing is, pretty much all that money came from one shirt idea, and here's the funny thing...
I didn't get a SINGLE buy from FB ads!
I started making money the minute I went on Amazon Merch. I spent almost $100 on ads for various shirts that I made and uploaded on Teespring. I even promoted the one that sold really well, and though I got likes and shares, i didn't sell a penny.
Maybe I suck at FB ads, I def will submit to that. But I didn't do a bit of work on Amazon Merch and have sold almost 90 units. I think if you guys get a good amount of shirts on your teezily/printful/teespring etc type sites, it's a good idea to go over to Merch and apply. You simply cannot beat the traffic there. And the more you sell, the more you can get in royalties. Plus, if you sell, you can eventually buy ad space on the site.
Anyway, just felt like sharing that Everyones experience is different, so see what works for you. Im no expert. T shirt biz can be great if you got a good idea.
do you work in this biz right now?
Hey guys. I no longer work on this business because I was fucked hard by Zuck. He banned me without telling me what was my mistake.
Right now I'm only selling shirts with free traffic (mostly on Merch by Amazon) but the profit is small compared to running ads.
Is the affiliate program worth it?
nice shirts mate! keep it up!
HI there, i have 1 ig kitten niche account with 55k followers.
I plan to star selling tshirts via teespring with my own designs (my partner is a designer).
What do you think about teespring?? It wiill result profitable to me or you recommend another method??.
@KinikuMan Hey mate. Interesting thread. Which one would you recommend to use: Amazon Merch or Teespring? Pros and Cons of both? Thanks.
Do you target using Facebook ads and country.
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Thank a lot for this share.
When i want to set the FB ad, facebook keeps saying i have a lot of text on my image. Did you ever face such situation? If yes, how did you manage that? Should i publish the ad anyway? (cause they are saying my ad performance will be decreased)
bro i have unlimited funds to spend on ads, due to getting rich of crypto. i want stable money like you how do i get started on this kinda business?
i have money to spend on trying new stuff give me suggestions
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