This article is only relevant for users of the new partner area.
The world may be full of borders and restrictions, but your creative designs are now destined to break through geographical obstacles. Every design you publish will be automatically published on all of our European platforms, and you don’t even need to tick a box.
This is a feature that’s long been requested by many of you, and now we’ve been able to put it to good use. We are proud to introduce automated international publishing of your designs.
Let’s scrap the red carpet for the time being and cut straight to the chase:
- Designs you publish will be briefly examined for international suitability* by Spreadshirt, then be published automatically and available for sale on all countries of our European platform.
- The European platform consists of the countries Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.
- If you also e.g. publish on our north-American platform, Americans, Canadians and Australians will be able to avail themselves of your designs as well.
- The keywords you choose to describe a design will be translated automatically into the languages of the other platforms so that you will have no extra work with it.
- As a result, an Italian visitor on www.spreadshirt.it looking for a horse design in his native language will find the design that was created in Ireland and was tagged with “horse”.
International publishing unleashes untapped potential to raise awareness for your brand and help your designs become popular abroad.
What’s your experience with international publishing? And what other features would you like to see introduced in the future? Please leave a comment below!
* “international suitability” refers to universal understandability of designs. Designs that are specific to a particular region, i.e. designs that include phrases in a native language, are representative of a local tradition, etc. will not be considered internationally sustainable and will not be published internationally.