Author - Rand Owens

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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 4 Measure Niche Size
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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 3 Selecting a Niche
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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 2 Creating Systems
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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 1 Overview
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Using Legal Theft for Facebook Profits

The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 4 Measure Niche Size

Chapter 2: Measure the Size of the Niche The custom audience tool in Facebook’s advertising platform is an excellent way to measure the size of an audience. You can find out how many people are into Jane Austen, and how many of them are also firefighters. Ideally, you want to target a niche of around 50,000 people. If there are that many highly targeted core fans for your t-shirt idea, you’ll be able to run a decent test. If your t-shirt sells well, you can widen the net a little. If there aren’t enough people in the niche, you should either target a different audience or broaden your scope until you find a less specific niche that is big enough.[…]

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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 3 Selecting a Niche

Chapter 1: Select a Niche When we, marketers mention the word “niche,” we are usually referring to a small, and a tightly focused target market. We’re not talking about a broad sector of the population. It’s hard to come up with an idea and design that appeals to everyone. But if you focus on a small group of people who share a particular interest, it becomes a lot easier to connect and influence them to buy your shirts. There isn’t an exact definition of what constitutes a niche market. While niche markets are considered as “small groups,” we can’t really quantify how small of a group we’re talking about as some niche markets are bigger than others. Rather than focusing[…]

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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 2 Creating Systems

Creating a system that rocks! Selling shirts on Facebook can be such a hit or miss if you do not have a solid plan in place. While there are others who get lucky on their first attempt, most people end up experiencing failure. To make a living out of selling t-shirts, you need a system – one that can turn out successful campaigns regularly. It’s not enough to focus all your efforts on a single idea since it could flop. In fact, even the most successful Teespring marketers only hit gold 10% of the time. In other words, only 1 in 10 of their campaigns is profitable. This is why they are generally running 30 campaigns simultaneously. Testing is an[…]

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The Beginner’s Guide To Teespring: Part 1 Overview

How To Sell T-Shirts Online – Teespring Step-By-Step Guide * Warning: This guide contains actionable tips and simple-to-implement strategies that you can use to make a killing successfully on ‘t-shirt sales’ online through Teespring. If that’s what you’re looking to do, then get ready to buckle up and catch the wisdom bombs that’ll be thrown at you. Let me guess, there were times when you felt like you’ve been “mind-scienced” by Facebook, haven’t you? I mean, how else can you explain the fact that almost all the t-shirt ads that you see in your newsfeeds have something to do with the things that you are deeply interested about? At first, you might have thought that it was just sheer coincidence.[…]

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Using Legal Theft for Facebook Profits

A successful Facebook ad campaign can drive tons of traffic to your site, or boost your social media channels with thousands of new subscribers. But there are a lot of elements that you need to get right to make a campaign succeed. To start, proper targeting and demographics are essential. You need to show the ad to the right people if you want to make money. Then there’s the copy and design of the ad itself. Everything from the choice of images and colors to the font used in your captions can have a bearing on your results. Next, the call to action is vital. If you want people to click or like, you have to tell them to do[…]

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