If you have great designs then they could be OK but keep in mind you must pre sell so many orders first before they will print them which is the catch part on what otherwise looks to be a good idea.
Daniel | JUL 10, 2014 | 02:57PM EDT
Thanks for reaching out to us. The way it works is when there is a certain goal and it falls short to that goal if you as a campaigner will make profit even a little it will go to production. The minimum for us to go to production would be 10. For example if there is a goal of 50 and you sold 40. If there is a profit gain for you then the shirts will go to production. When a campaign has a goal set and the goal is lowered by the campaigner the base price increases. Which in return allows less profit. The same applies in this case. Let me know if you need more clarification.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
If this is the case, is there any reason to set a low goal? I read that if you sell more than your goal, you only get 75% of profits from extra shirts sold. Shouldn't my goal always be 1000?Teespring is great if you are great at marketing but they don't bring you sales. You need to meet certain minimums to get paid. You also don't control any of the customer info, it is more of a short-term revenue stream if you can get sales.