Fifteen years in the fast-moving world of online business can feel like a lifetime. Spreadshirt has come a long way since the early start-up days, and there is still a lot to be done to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. As we celebrate our fifteenth year of business, we take a look back at what got us to where we are today. Read more
You’ve undoubtedly heard about the disaster that Mother Nature has brought upon the city of Houston, Texas over the past week. The nation’s fourth-largest city was devastated by high winds, relentless rainfall, and flooding brought on by Hurricane Harvey. Millions were forced from their homes and cars in mass exodus, the city’s residents taking refuge in the makeshift shelters of converted libraries, stadiums and warehouses.
Ever seen a sign in a store window advertising something you really want, and when you get inside they don’t have any more? Drives you crazy, doesn’t it? Well, don’t let that happen to your customers. Stay on top of Spreadshirt’s product news, and make sure that you keep your Shops updated. Knowing the latest product changes is one of the most important keys to running a successful business.
The importance of staying up to date on your product news can’t be stressed enough. Being able to properly communicate to your customers what’s on its way in, what’s on its way out, what’s new, etc. is key to running a successful Shop. This month, we’ve got some new color additions and two product changes. Check out the list below and tailor your Shops accordingly. Read more
Can your designs make the hearts of music lovers beat faster? Do festival names like Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Electric Daisy or Sasquatch! make your hair stand on end like the vibration of a fat bassline? Do you want to win an exclusive Spreadshirt feature and cash prizes of up to $500?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, check out our new design contest and enter today.
We recently received a lot of Partner feedback regarding a design price cap implemented in Spreadshirt’s Create Tool. We have listened to your feedback, and have come up with a different solution that we believe will work for all involved: We have decided to remove the design price cap from the Spreadshirt Create Tool at the end of June. As a result, we will be changing how prices and designs are displayed.
It’s Spreadshirt 101 that Marketplace Designers and Shop Owners should always be promoting new products and discount campaigns on Facebook. It’s super important to make your customers aware of new products and campaigns in an appealing and timely manner, otherwise you could lose out on a bunch of potential sales; however, creating ad campaigns can be time consuming and kind of a pain. This article will teach you how to create professional-looking Facebook ads, cheaply and easily.
The importance of staying up to date on your product news can’t be stressed enough. Being able to properly communicate to your customers what’s on its way in, what’s on its way out, what’s new, etc. is key to running a successful Shop. This month, we’ve got some new products arriving and some color and size additions. Check out the list below and tailor your Shops accordingly.
Until now, all designs in the ‘Marketplace‘ and the ‘Create Tool‘ have been treated the same. Both areas of the website will now be streamlined to target different groups of customers. This will impact the search algorithm of the Create Tool. In future, only designs priced below a certain limit will be shown in the Create Tool. The design price you set will also affect the ranking.