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T-Shirt Store

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by tubeincreaser, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. tubeincreaser

    tubeincreaser Regular Member

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    I need a site like zazzle or spreadshirt that allows me to sell sports t-shirts. I have had all of my products removed from those sites. Can anyone help me?
     
  2. tubeincreaser

    tubeincreaser Regular Member

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    Can anyone help me?
     
  3. SSL9000J

    SSL9000J Regular Member

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    Why were your products removed? Copyright problems?
     
  4. tubeincreaser

    tubeincreaser Regular Member

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    Yup..
     
  5. darkmobius

    darkmobius Regular Member

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    then why don't you setup your own store?
     
  6. agente808

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    ...Printing your own t-shirts isn't exactly easy! :eek:

    I have a store on cafepress, one on zazzle.
    (there are plenty more, spreadshirt is pretty big)
    I make pretty decent money from cafepress and zazzle, but they ALL have very strict copyright infringement rules (esp. cafepress)...

    If you have a hot-selling topic (and it sounds like you do) - why not just "go legit" and find a way to make designs that don't have copyright issues? It seems to me that you are just making things harder for yourself by trying to get away with something that no site will allow for very long. It would be easier to make (or have made) some designs that are close to your theme, without breaking the rules...

    - I haven't updated my cafepress site in almost 2 years and it still brings me in money every month. (and zazzle is doing waayyyyy better than cafepress lately)
     
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    and now that I'm thinking about this and another thread I was reading just now....

    I wonder how much these sites shave ?
     
  8. mointernet

    mointernet Regular Member

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    try artsnow... they are based in HongKong and is much cheaper than zazzle or spreadshirt but quality wise I dunno if they have improve much.
     
  9. agente808

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    Yeah, I just had a look through ArtsNow's User Agreement, they pretty much don't care what you print :)

    ...and looking through their marketplace - there's a ton of copyright protected stuff...

    Sounds like you have a winner, haha
     
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    smartcallseo Newbie

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    Still looking for a t-shirt fulfillment service? Try fyves.com
     
  11. Ontealdon

    Ontealdon Regular Member

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    Dude are you kidding?
    "Still looking for a tee service?"
    Oh my God..
    3 YEARS. 3 DAMN YEARS PASSED.
     
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