This is great, I love creative challenges like that. I too would like to find a way to create t Shirts for a niche audience. It's one of those things that will have to wait for now but I'll always be thinking of how I could use it in future.
I like coming up with marketing copy, quotes, idioms, lyrical stuff, poetic devices.
I remember at college I made a couple of t shirts using iron transfer paper as an experiment. I would most likely use some kind of QR code as part of the design.
I have recently started using Zazzle. I am in the process of adding designs, so I am excited to see what will happen
My question: Let's say you are selling your design on t-shirts on multiple sites...like Zazzle and Spreadshirt...will the prices for the shirts vary from site to site? And is that a problem if your shirt sells for a higher price on one site than on another?
I was thinking about going to multiple sites to sell, but didn't want to get in trouble if there are price differences...
Zazzle is kinda out and Teespring is in. There are hundreds of success stories with Teespring and Facebook out on the internet(Google "how I made * with teespring" and check out what comes up). There are people making money with free traffic as well. It seems that Teespring has left behind all the other T-shirt platforms for now - it's very user friendly, popular and geared for maximum revenues for T-shirt sellers.
Misti, it's not a problem at all. I read about this in forums and it seems a lot of people sell on multiple platforms.
emvy, I've never even heard of Teespring but after reading up on it it seems they focus more on helping you earn more and there is more marketing behind it so I will definitely check them out. I generate most of my sales directly from my site and it seems that Teespring is geared to work more with social media -- which makes sense since it's so relevant now.
Gonna check into it more. Cool, thanks!