That's right, Cyberworx. I actually liked their software.Rodney said:This is one area that I think is pretty saturated by major players (spreadshirt, zazzle, cafepress).
However, I think there is still money to be made on a LOCAL level that would keep a business like that sustained if done correctly.
Cyberworx was the company that sold the software and advertised on this site, but they are going through a bit of a transition right now. Probably more news on that will come out in the next month or so.
I would only offer what I can make overnight. Straight-forward shirts and heat press.T-BOT said:you would need to be able to make the shirts.
So if the customer wanted Pink Glitter Plastisol ink stars with navy vinyl text printed on 1 black shirt. How would you make that shirt ?
I don't see any software offering on Spreadshirt's site. It looks like they offer a Design Your Own themselves but not a tool for other sites to incorporate.T-BOT said:you are right.
thats why spreadshirt and others software is the best thing for what the poster needs. That is the market for such and the limitations that come with it are easy to live with.