Final DayHey guys, The last day of my journey is finished. The results are awesome and I am ready to share everything that I made for this journey to be successful. The updates of the thread weren?t as many as I wanted when I started but I believe that, this journey will help many of you and give you the motivation to start a teespring campaign even if you have to spend money in the beginning. Now let?s focus on the stats: As you can see, below is the estimated profit and the sold of the t-shirts. Below, is a screenshot with facebook stats from the 1st campaign. You clearly see that I had 134 conversions with the cost per conversion $3.48. The clicks of the ad are 2,453 which include post likes, page likes, website clicks etc (average CPC 0.18$). The CTR stayed above 4% due to passionate audience - attractive banner. The total spent of the ad is 465,91$. If you divide by 21(days) (teespring campaign) is 22,18$ per day. So with 22,18$ a day in 21 days, I made over $875 net profit. The other campaign gave more profit but the cost was more expensive. I had 193 conversions with $3.09 the cost per conversion. The clicks of the ad are 3,729 with $0.15 average CPC. I expected more CTR in this campaign but it dropped to 5.8%. The total spent is $595.37 which is $28 per day. I made over $1,335 net profit. This was a great journey for me and I proved that the custom audience (facebook emails) are very strong for my facebook advertising campaigns. Some Extra Advices Scaling Many campaigns fail, some do well and a few will go incredibly well!! When you're setting up campaigns 1 by 1, you'll end up spending a lot of time and probably end up being discouraged before you hit gold. In the first 3-4 weeks of using Teespring, I set up over 20 campaigns I usually work in batches of 3 to 6. Test test test, not sure whether I should even say this but the secret is testing again and again. Invest time in testing to beat the game! If you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help.