Here’s Your Crash Course in Selling and Shipping 1,000 Tees a Month


Two years ago, they warned others about making t-shirts… And of course, most folks didn’t listen.

Their business has grown significantly and they’re willing to share some info. They are United Pixel Workers — they’ve sold thousands of t-shirts to pixelworkers all around the world, and have amassed a huge and loyal following. Here’s your chance to get a good crash course on a variety of topics like:

  • finding someone to print your t-shirts
  • selling your tees
  • shipping and fulfillment
  • customer service
  • and much more

Click here to check out the team behind United Pixel Workers — full of tips, resources and tons of FREE information for growing your t-shirt business!

The Art of Selling T-shirts

Presentation is half the battle folks, and if you’re selling t-shirts online, this is even more true. Oftentimes I see great looking t-shirt designs online, but these designers often lose the sale because their presentation SUCKED.

2 people wanted me to critique their website yesterday… They both apparently laid their t-shirts on the kitchen floor and took pictures with their cell phone and uploaded it to their site. As you can imagine, it just looked plain tacky.

Do you expect people to take you seriously if you do this? DO you think these same people would trust you with their credit card number? Probably not.

So if you wanna sell more tees, then you’ve gotta step your game up…

Here are a few ways to do just that.

  1. Get a Model — I generally post ads on Craigslist.com looking for a few guys/gals to come and pose in the t-shirts. If you have  a pretty decent camera, I’d recommend you do this outside. Find a nice park and take a bunch of shots with each model — that way you’ll have a nice background and you don’t have to worry about trying to stage the background in  your home. It just never looks as good as it does outside.
  2. Hire a Photographer — I generally get a local photographer who has his own studio and I bring the models there (2-3 you don’t need a different one for each shirt. 2-3 people are plenty). It costs a little more, but getting professional images allows the photographer to send me the files in the formats I need so I can later use for catalogs.
  3. Get a Mannequin — While this isn’t the best option, it’s better than taking pictures on your kitchen or bathroom floor. You can take outside or stage a nice area in the home if you’re able too. Problem with staging is that you’ll spend more time ‘staging’ than shooting :-)
  4. Another option — grab some photos from stock photography sites like istockphoto.com and find photos of people wearing blank t-shirts (see sample below)

I do this quite often... it allows me to quickly get tees online and test the market. Most consumers can’t tell it’s fake — but I’ve found that my sales are generally higher (quite significantly), when I have the designs on an actual tee with a person. As I said earlier… Perception is everything.

The Internet allows you to present your company in a positive light — no one has to know you’re just getting started out of you 1 bedroom apartment. The playing field is truly level and the potential for you to make a significant income with your t-shirt business is great if you’re willing to spend time building your own t-shirt business.

I’m about to JACK the price up on my t-shirt course WAY up… I’ll be removing the payment plan option pretty soon as well. If you want in our program so you can get on the fast tracking to designing and selling t-shirts, I’d encourage you to go here and get signed up right this minute — your days are limited and you’ll be locked out.

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Marketing Your T-shirts – How to Sell Your Tshirt Designs

What’s the use in making your own t-shirts if no one buys them! You see, making t-shirts is the easy part… Getting them sold, well, that’s an entirely different story.

In the video below, I will cover why you MUST understand marketing if you expect to succeed in the t-shirt business. Find out why selling your tees could be the most challenging and [Read more…]