Summer is here, and customers are ready to fill their drawers with new clothes. Therefore, it’s especially important that you’re aware of Spreadshirt’s top-selling products, as you’ll have some guidance as you’re organizing your Shop.
We’re headed towards the dog days of summer. Fortunately, we’ve added several moisture-wicking shirts and eye-catching colors to our product line. We also deactivated several products and colors, and we switched a couple of our products’ brands.
May showers bring… new products in June (or something like that). Take a look at the additions (and subtractions) to our product range, and get ready to advertise these new offerings to all of your customers! Read more
You’ll be able to appeal to any type of buyer with our new product offerings. See the additions to our product range below, and make sure you advertise these changes to your customers!
Your customers will spend on the trend, so it’s important to stay up to date on all of our product additions, deactivations, and new color/size offerings. Take a look at this month’s product news below.
Keep up to date with the latest trends! Offer your customers the latest products, and prepare for product deactivations to avoid a void in your Shop window. Read up on the latest product additions, deactivations, and new colors here. Read more
New year, new products! In order to keep your Shop up to date, we’ve listed our latest product activations below. Primarily, we’ve added several clothing choices for women. Take note of this info and update your products accordingly. Read more
New year, new brands! Just a pair of brand switches for this month’s product news. Read more
You want to make sure you’re keeping your Shops up to date. Take note of the activations and deactivations below, and update your products accordingly. Read more
As the number of legitimate users and calls rise in an API environment, so does the number of illegitimate users. Our public API has increasingly fallen victim to deliberate malpractice recently. In order to ensure safety for yourself and your customers, we feel impelled to limit access to the API path in question. Effective Monday, 20 November, we will take precautions by limiting the API rate. Read more