Knowing how to create designs close to your customers’ needs is an art in itself. Our most popular Spreadshirt designers and Shop owners know one thing for sure – it’s worth the effort. You catch mice with cheese and fish with bait – but what’s the best way to target customers with your designs? Here’s a little guideline with three ways to approach potential buyers in a targeted manner. Find your niche and create designs that hit home!
You devote a whole lotta love to creating your designs and products – and of course a lot of work. Photos of your work in process make for quite exciting footage for people on social media. So let us reach out to you with a pretty smart and straightforward tutorial on how to play to the gallery of your followers, and become the centre of interest on Instagram and the like.
Facebook is at the top of the crops when it comes to social media channels. No other platform gets even close in terms of flexibility or reach. Online shops can easily draw attention to themselves, and they get a fair impression of their customers. It quite simply is a goldmine for your marketing efforts! Here we’ll furnish you with seven vital tips to make it work to your advantage.
When it comes to the best-selling product colours, black and white are the undisputed kings of the ring for almost every article. Including these two colours in your offerings should be a given, but how about the secondary colours? You may ask yourself ‘are people still into yellow’ or ‘which shade of blue do I offer?’
Search terms are your look through the keyhole. Every quarter we release Spreadshirt’s and Google’s top search terms for designs. This info will let you know what people are looking for when designing custom clothing and accessories. Demand is there, now you can see to the supply.
Wouldn’t it be great if your customers could personalise products with your designs at will? Our developers have just added this function to the SpreadShop so that you can now integrate the T-Shirt Designer in your Shop. Find out how and what options there are available to you after the jump.
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.
Have you ever tried to retouch a picture in order to integrate your design? If so, you surely know that it takes a long time, and getting a natural-looking result is not easy. Fortunately there’s a solution! As announced in June 2016, Spreadshirt has partnered with with Placeit— one of the internet’s leaders in digital mockups and demo videos. The partnership has allowed us to give you a15% discount on image models to help you highlight your products. In an interview, Antonio from Placeit shows you what you have to gain. Salut, Antonio! Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions.
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW. Designers everywhere swear by the ‘three kings’ of image processing software, but there are some challengers to the crown that we’d like to introduce to you. Some lesser-known illustrator tools are moving forward and taking the fight to the established industry leaders. Here are three very original and creative solutions.
Whatever people come to look for on Spreadshirt’s Marketplace, they are sure to get pages filled with designs once they enter a search term. There is, however, still potential for a few niche brackets that need filling. You can make use of this potential by giving the people what they want but can’t really get.