This post is worth money to you. I’m going to show you how to find surefire winning t-shirt designs and the niches to sell those shirts to. I’m going to show you how people are promoting their shirts on Facebook and how you can do the same and make boatloads of money doing it. Do you love me yet?
People have been talking about a site which crawls Teespring.com and posts the shirts that have sold and are currently selling so you can see what works and what doesn’t. You can see how many shirts were sold, at what prices and what the designs were.
I actually paid someone to this for me a few weeks ago, but here it is for free thanks to http://teeview.phatograph.com/.
Now, I’m going to show you my method for finding out how people are selling their shirts on Facebook. This is super simple but most people never think of it. Aren’t you lucky you read my blog? (Of course!) Okay, so you find a campaign that’s done or doing well like:
Okay. So you want to know, how did they sell so many of these and who are they selling them to, right? That’s what I want to know. I want to see what Facebook page is selling it, who their audience is and maybe I’ll start a page for that same audience.
Go to Google and in the search box type in:
We’re going to see every page that this campaign is being promoted on. We can then see the niche, the number of fans, the interaction on the page and we basically have a money map. If someone is liking this page and buying shirts from it, then we know they’ll do the same for us when we build a page in the same niche and sell them shirts.
Take a look at this (click on the image to go to the page):
Here you have the page that’s selling the shirt. You can see their promotions, their niche and anything you want. Do you see how many likes they have? 31,152. I told you Facebook pages are an asset. Once you have a page you can promote to that targeted, responsive audience all day long for free!
Go make some money and tell me how you’re doing. That’s why you’re reading The Make Money Online Show Blog. I’m here to help. If there’s something you don’t understand, please tell me. I’ll be happy to answer your questions.