What is Teespring?: 0:06
How to create an account and start designing: 1:01
How to add promotions/discounts to your campaign: 7:49
In this video, I show you how to create a Teespring campaign. Teespring.com is basically a site that allows you to create your own shirts/mugs/hats/hoodies/etc… to sell. The best part about this is that you actually don’t need to pay to make any of the shirts until you actually sell them. In fact, you don’t even pay to make the shirts either – the customer covers all the costs. All you would be paying for is ads if you will be running paid traffic to your design.
So let’s get started – how do you actually create a design on Teespring?
Very simple – the first thing you need to do is sign up. Simply click on ‘login’ on the top right corner of teespring.com and create a new account. You will literally have to just put in your email, passwords, and name I believe.
After that, you can click on ‘start your design’ on the top right corner as well. You will be immediately taken to a tshirt page where you can either write down/create your own message right away, or upload an existing image you have. I would recommend the latter since the options provided to you are very limited from Teespring – it’s not a design software. So I would make my designs on Photoshop and then just upload them onto my shirts.
You can select whatever you want to sell, whether it’s shirts, women’s shirts, mugs, hoodies, etc… on the right hand side. You can also see what each design would look like with different colors. If you actually want to buy the design you create you can click on ‘buy this shirt’, but if you actually want to sell, which is what we are going over in this video, just click on ‘sell this design’.
You will be taken to a page where you can edit the colors and create the URL of your shirt. This is the URL your users will go to to buy your shirt. You can also set the price for your items here. One thing to keep in mind is that after you finalize this page, you cannot go back and make any changes. If you want to make changes to any area of this page, you will need to create a new campaign.
But after you are satisfied with what you have here, you can click on ‘continue’ and you will land on the page that allows you to customize your title and description for your shirt. THIS is something you CAN adjust and edit after you submit your design. I would use some of the strategies used in the book ‘Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion’ here as we discussed in one of my previous review videos to make the product you are selling more appealing to your audience, such as providing them with an exclusive offer, presenting social proof, etc…
The link to that post can be found here by clicking here.
After you do that, you can also create a promotion for your audience. To do that, go to ‘promotions’ on the top right hand corner and click on the ‘refresh’ button to generate a code for you. You can also create your own code ID by typing it in. You can set the price for your promotion here and say how long it will last until.
After you do that, you can take people directly to the discounted offer by following the template presented directly above the promotion. It goes something like this: www.teespring.com/yourshirtname?pr=yourpromocodehere.
And that’s it! In the next video, I will show you how to input the Facebook pixel code into your Teespring campaign and how to read the information provided through your Facebook Ads Manager. So stay tuned and thanks for watching!
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