Discussion in 'Making Money' started by nihalsad, Jul 2, 2015.
I mostly use boost posts and clicks to website.
I use to do t spring on face book but they banned my account go figure
I tweaked my ad and have a 6% click through rate now from a reach of 604. Still no sale yet. Almost reached $5. Going to give it another day.
I've recently discovered teespring and wanted to get into the motorcycle niche. Hopefully I can use this guide to make a dew extra bucks. Thanks OP.
Test that design with up to $20 if it still doesn't get sells. Kill it.
All the best mate.
How many designs do you have active on teespring, and how long do you keep them up for? Also what do you price them and qty for, i know the price changes depending on what your design is like, but i just mean average. I'm doing 10 tshirts for $16-18 for most of my designs.
Great guide .....
What happens if I don't reach my minimum that I have set but there have still been reservations (above 3)? They will still get printed but I just don't get paid? That would be annoying.
Gonna try this,thanks OP
What I do is I add my design to different styles of clothing, so I have a hoodie, t-shirt, women's tee etc all under one campaign. This way the buyer has more options and more likely to find something they like and so you are more likely to meet and exceed your tipping point
There is somwehere button to lower your goal. Shirts will get printed and you will get paid but little less as you didnt reach goal.
I was doing some research on teespring site... Has anyone of you sold more than 5 tshirts of any one kind? How many different tshirts have you sold, and how many of those sold are more than 5-10 each?
People say they have sold 2 of a kind, but unless the ordered qty is 3, the site will not produce, or deliver it. True?
Ohh I forgot to mention it. Yeah different tees is a must. For example tank tops are selling like hot cakes and same goes for hoodies in winter.
You can sell 10+ per day easily with just FB ads with a huge ROI. Just test out your ideas and backed by proper targeting you are gold. And if you need any help with anything just ask in the thread and I will try my best to help. And yeah you have to cross the tipping point.
MrGr33n that's exactly my situation as well. Made 2 shirts and ran 3 days FB ads for it. For the best one I have those stats:
Cost: 0.20 / engagement
Total spent: 44.88$
For the post I got 160 Likes, 41 Shares, and a couple of comments where people tag other people saying " You need to buy this shirt", someone commented "OH MY GOSHNESS I NEED THIS!" written exactly like that with caps on. I interacted with them in comments, mentioning it is limited time only, yet nobody buys.
I am a bit disappointed but will try some more campaigns.
Wow your stats are amazing, for the post I made earlier, forgot to say CTR was 5% and Relevance 7/10. Probably after some tweaking would be better.
It's hard to realize what could be wrong, if it wasn't for the comments I would think the design sucks, yet people keep mentioning they NEED the shirt. Funny
For the audience the same as you, I dig deep and try to target the passionate people, yet somehow things don't click.
I will make now about 10 designs in a niche I really know, exactly like you said, where I know the "slang" which will be added to the shirts design. Will see how it goes.
The problem here is the audience you guys targeted are not buyers. Not all target audience will be buyers. Change it up and you will be good.
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