You are what makes up the Spreadshirt community, you and all the other Marketplace designers. It’s long past due that we give each of our designers a face— a clear profile that presents the entire range of your work to customers in a personalised Showroom that you can proudly show and share. Let’s welcome the Designer Showroom. Read more
Many Marketplace Designers have been asking us to protect their designs with watermarks, and that’s why we’re now introducing watermarks to level up the protection. We’re aware of the fact that it’s a tough call to prevent skillful thieves from stealing, but the introduction of watermarks is bound to make your designs safer. In this article, you’ll find out how this is going to be facilitated.
Selling designs on products in the Marketplace or your own Shop entails the same management efforts. We’ve improved the way you can manage your designs for you to save you time and hassle. Now you can adjust pricing and keywords for multiple designs and determine the product colours you want to offer in a single step. Ultimately, you’ll have your designs ready for sale more swiftly and effortlessly.
We’ve got as many as three pieces of exciting news for you and your Shop! Customers can now freely choose languages and currencies. It won’t stop there: you can also link up your social media channels and improve your marketing measures with extended tracking options in just a few clicks. Check it out now!
Marketplace Designers and Shop Owners are well advised to promote new products and discount campaigns on Facebook. However, creating ad campaigns can be time consuming and a lot of work. It’s super important to make your customers aware of products and campaigns in an appealing and timely manner, otherwise you lose out on potential sales. This little blog article will tell you how to create Facebook ads, easily and inexpensively on Placeit.
With this quarterly segment, we dig deep, circle back and peel back the layers of the onion to give you some inside knowledge about what people are searching for when it comes to designs. Every three months, we break down popular search terms from Spreadshirt and Google to give you a glimpse into the mind of your buyers. Put this knowledge into action when considering what to design next.
We’ve spent a lot of time and effort over the past few years developing a modern shop system and layout that meets your customers’ needs and expectations. We’ve made the SpreadShop faster, better-looking and mobile-friendly with helpful built-in features like the mini basket. And now that the SpreadShop T-Shirt Designer works as a stand-alone Designer Shop, it’s time to switch everyone to the new technology!
A year ago, we introduced a Volume Commission for Shop Owners. We are now increasing the length of the campaign periods and adding more intervals to the volume structure to help you receive commission at a faster rate. The partner terms and conditions have been adjusted accordingly.
You spoke, we listened. Spreadshirt developers are in the process of removing collections from the product creation process, replacing them with a tool that will allow you to pick and choose the products you want to offer.
For all of you techies out there: a change is on the horizon for the Spreadshirt API. If you’re not sure what the API (Application Programming Interface) does, it’s best left alone. Spreadshirt’s API is chock-full of information that allows other systems to ‘talk’ to our systems and access the information they need. If we’ve tickled your interest, this blog post is for you.