In the past, I've run a few tee campaigns with some success, however, I've almost always neglected these new ventures to the point where something else takes over and they're just running without any direction. It's never really been a focus, which is why I'm starting this journey to keep tabs on what I am doing and making some goals along the way. I'm also here to provide any insight I can in the merch game. Of course, I'm not going to give away any niches unless I'm feeling particularly reckless. In any case, I have an Amazon merch account that is relatively fresh that I'll be looking to scale and build up. I'll also be using Red Bubble and Printful with their Etsy integration. So first things first, the Amazon Merch account. The one I'm building up now is just under 4 weeks old. Current stats are: Tier: 1 - Meaning I can only sell 10 designs at this moment. Current designs for sale: 6 (+1 pending) - I have some sort of glitch that only allows me to upload 9 designs for some reason. Sales Total (9th September - 7th October): 63 Sales + 2 Cancellations. From the last week. This is an average of 5 sales per day. I'm hoping that I'll be granted the next tier where I will be able to upload 25 live designs total. Goals for October: 1. Expand into Etsy via Printful 2. Expand into Redbubble. 3. Average 10 sales per day on Amazon and analyse Redbubble along with Etsy progress for sales targets in November. I don't want to set a revenue target, I'm just going to set myself sales targets. That's all. Research Method: Merchinformer and the BSR Chrome plugin that shows the BSR for random searches that I do on Amazon. The shirt that I'm primarily selling was just from a random search on Amazon that had very low competition. For Etsy and Redubble I'll mostly be just sending any designs that I have from Amazon over along with some that I probably will put exclusively for these platforms. Promotion: I'm looking at a few things that I'll comment on later in the thread. For the time being, I'm going to rely on organic sales without influencing anything. If I decide to go for a slightly more competitive niche I'll probably discuss how to influence the amazon serps but again that will be for the future and not something that I am doing or exploring now.