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.
Deciding how to aim your designs to make a splash with a particular target group is a tactic that’s difficult to master, but reaps mega rewards.
You devote a whole lotta love to creating your designs and products – and of course a whole lotta work. Often, it’s not about the result, but about the process, itself—let alone the fact that work-in-progress posts make for intriguing footage on social media. That said, we reach out to you with a smart and straightforward tutorial on how to excite and delight your followers with work-in-progress footage.
Facebook reigns supreme as the king of social media. No other platform comes close in terms of flexibility or reach. It’s a wonderful tool to draw attention your Shop and get an impression of your … Read more
Football has a massive hold on the hearts and hopes (and wallets) of sports fans worldwide. Men, women, children, grandmas, grandpas and pets come out of the woodwork each year to cheer on their favorite … Read more
The Pantone Color Institute is the world’s foremost authority in all things color. Each year—and based on an extensive expertise of fashion, cosmetic and interior decorating trends—Pantone releases their Color of the Year. The announcement … Read more
When it comes to the best-selling product colors, black and white are the undisputed kings of the ring for almost every article. Including these two colors in your offerings should be a given; but when … Read more
Search terms are your look through the keyhole. Every quarter we release both the Spreadshirt and Google top search terms for designs. Getting a peek at this info should help you understand what people are looking for when designing custom clothing and accessories. The demand is there; if only there were a supply… wink, wink.
The new Spreadshop is chockful of tools and settings you can use to change the look and feel of your Shop. The “Product List” setting (Shop Settings => Edit => Layout => Product List) enables … Read more
Here’s a designer you should give more than just a cursory glance: VectorInk is an active Spreadshirt designer who creates her own brushes in a matter of clicks. Adobe Illustrator allows you to easily adjust … Read more