Strategies For Creating a T-Shirt That Sells

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Today we have insights from Diana McCallum from the Talk From Super Heroes show, Lou Mongello from WDW Radio and Gordo from Those Conspiracy Guys on how they are designing T-Shirts that actually sell. Neil then shares some insights into what he’s doing to create a show that allows him to do podcasting full time, and how insights into his Patreon Account.

Jim Harold from the Paranormal Podcast has a “Just a Podcaster” T-shirt on Amazon

Mark from the Resourceful Designer podcast has quite a few cool shirts for sale on Amazon

I created a store and a t-shirt in about 10 minutes at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/podcast-clothes

You can hire a designer at the site

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Access and Exclusivity: The Power of Patreon

Neil Rochford explains how he is working with his audience using Patreon to go deeper with his Super Fans. This includes:

Live video chats

Extra content

Early content

Behind the scenes “What is happening in my life” content.

Patreon has the ability to have an RSS feed for each person (so if they leave they lose access)

Butt Stuff

Neil is working on a trip to the US via a Crowdfunding Goal

He wants to come to the US to interview the people instead of using Google.

The goal is to film the trip and turn the trip into a dozen documentary type segments

See https://www.gofundme.com/tcgtv

Information on TeePublic

TeePublic offers a 31% commission to our partners for sales of their own merch. For example: For a $20 t-shirt you would earn $6.20 back. Earn 11% commission for sales you refer for existing TeePublic designs. These are the most competitive commission rates around.

No need to have your own designs — You have access to the entire TeePublic design catalog and can curate your own branded storefront with existing designs on TeePublic. This opportunity is completely unique to TeePublic; no other t-shirt provider offers this feature.

Increase fan engagement — Your fans and followers want to know what you think is awesome! Show your community cool new designs that you think they may enjoy.

Here is what you can sell in your store: We have: shirts, stickers, phone cases, art prints, kids’ clothing, tank tops, sweatshirts, onesies, posters, mugs, laptop sleeves, notebooks, pillows, totes, tapestries, and others.

For more information go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/teepublic

Where I’m Heading

I’ll be at Podfecta in Nashville on April 20th

Nashville Craft Content Event on April 21st

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2 thoughts on “Strategies For Creating a T-Shirt That Sells”

  1. Hi Dave,

    Great show as always!!!

    I proudly bought a “School of Podcasting” Shirt from TeePublic, once it arrives it will be interesting to see if any other Listeners in New Zealand come up to me ?

    I will keep you informed Dave…Gary

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