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Selling T-Shirts with your designs - what is the best way to do this?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Fishy, May 6, 2012.

  1. Fishy

    Fishy Registered Member

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    Anyone have experience that they can share?

    Looking for ease, speed, quality and of course profitability.
    Preferably a way in which you can build your brand.

    Please let me know.

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  2. Ginger_Ale

    Ginger_Ale Registered Member

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    I've never used Zazzle, but you can take a look to see if that's what you're looking for.
     
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  3. KraftyKyle

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    There are a lot of t-shirt sites out there now. You don't have to do it the old fashion way. Google it. You can get shirts for under $10/shirt with a simple logo.
     
  4. SirOct

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    There's so much to learn mate, if you reply I'll help guide you. I've learned some lessons the hard way. The industry is rapidly changing as well. I'd highly recommend you have the artistic & graphic design expertise as that will likely be your biggest obstacle if you're trying to keep your costs and investment to a minimum.

    A short answer tho will be to come up with 5-20 designs, find good quality shirts (american apparel), invest in getting 24+ of each design printed, use bigcartel or a site like it to start off your e-commerce adventure. See how your friends respond and then develop a detailed marketing plan & budget once the concept is proven.
     
  5. souldetective

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    its a pretty hard niche...i had tried it but due to difficulties i couldnt do it...PM me and i can tell you alot about it