get your first t-shirt sale

How will you get your first sale for your new T-Shirt brand?

Last Updated: May 8, 2017

There are a bunch of ways you could get your first T-Shirt sale for your clothing brand.

You could…

  • Tell all your friends and family and keep reminding them until someone makes a purchase
  • Post repeatedly in your favourite and most-frequented online forums, sub-reddits and facebook groups
  • Tweet, Instagram, Snapchat and Tumblr like crazy until someone finally sees and buys

The problem is that all such options smack of desperation and you probably feel icky just thinking about repeatedly doing any of them.

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Merch by Amazon Invite

3 things to do while you wait for your Merch By Amazon invite

Last Updated: April 10, 2017

Nothing good ever comes from sitting on your ass.

So when your Merch by Amazon invite finally comes, will you be ready to hit the ground running?

Every new account gets just 25 design slots. Once you get an account you’ll want to fill those slots fast – because you want to make 25 sales as soon as possible – so you can tier up and get your royalties snowball rolling!

Contrary to what you might be hoping for, making sales on Merch By Amazon is far from guaranteed.

If you’ve never sold a T-Shirt online before, then you need a plan.

So here’s my advice for those wanting to hit the ground running when that Merch invite finally drops into your inbox.

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Sell Art On Redbubble

Why You Should Sell Your Art On Redbubble

Last Updated: April 10, 2017

Do you wish it was easier to make money from your art?

For the past 2 years I have been making money online from t-shirt designs. One of my main sources of income is Redbubble – though there are a number of other POD (Print on Demand) sites that I also use.

If you are a Graphic Designer / Illustrator / Artist / Creative (delete as appropriate) – you should have an account with at least one such site. If you don’t know where to start, I recommend Redbubble.

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