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  • No time limit
  • No minimum order required
  • Periodic discounts offered to increase sales
  • Set up a storefront to showcase your designs
  • Available in a variety of colors, styles and prints
  • Great for graphic designers and artists
  • Long-term business opportunity
  • No Facebook conversion pixels capability
  • Must upload your own design


  • Time limit campaigns, up to 21 days
  • Minimum order requirements (varies by campaign)
  • Set up your own discount offers
  • Set up a storefront to showcase various designs
  • Available in a variety of colors and styles
  • Great for fundraisers
  • Short term projects
  • Facebook conversion pixel capability
  • Create a design using their design tools or upload your own design

In my opinion and experience, the benefits of Teepublic far outweigh the benefits of Teespring.  To set up your Teespring store and get started, click here

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Where do I find designers?

  • People you know personally
  • Personal referrals
  • Fiverr
  • Odesk
  • Elance
  • 99 Designs

How do I choose a designer?

  • Do your research.  The buck starts and stops with you.
  • You may want to consider testing this out on the less expensive designers until you get the swing of things
  • Check their reviews or ask for referrals
  • Make sure you get the commercial rights to use the design.  Some designers will charge an extra fee for this.
  • Confirm the type of file to be delivered. Does it have a transparent background?
  • Are they giving you an actual design or just a mock-up of the design.
  • How many revisions do you get?
  • What is the turn around time?

This is not an all inclusive list, be sure to ask any questions you feel are pertinent.

If you are ready to get started with Teepublic, click here

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