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Print On-Demand Changes You Need To Know In 2022

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27 thoughts on “Print On-Demand Changes You Need To Know In 2022”

  1. Hi Greg! I went on to Teespring and it seems they no longer allow multiple storefronts. Do you know about this? Do we now need to make numerous accounts to sell in multiple niches? Also, another YOUTUBER said TS no longer does any advertising for you, that you have to do it all yourself through ads. No more trust store. These would be super important changes to talk about. Please let us know ๐Ÿ˜Š Nice to see you back!

  2. Hi, I have one last question burning my mind and it fits under this video best: What do you think of POD upload automation tools? Like "merchtitans".. Are they useful? I think they are pretty expensive, especially when you are a beginner.. ๐Ÿ™‚

    BTW: I love your workouts on skillshare ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Thanks for sharing. Spring has absolutely died for us after they cut their organic traffic. We are now on Merch and Etsy. Hard to get traction on RedBubble for us because it is INSANELY SATURATED with tshirt shops without the organic traffic of Merch and Etsy. We are not darlings of social media, so we rely on platform traffic mainly. We plan to check out Zazzle.

  4. Glad to see you back Greg. My two cents would be that beyond Amazon, Redbubble, Teespring and Zazzle, there's also Teepublic, and Spreadshirt. At least one other youtuber has been critical of Teespring, with their changing of directions, and their marketplace not being that good. Also the user ordering experience has been criticized. Redbubble has issues with tag spammers. All of the above you can make the argument that these marketplaces are saturated – all niches. Thus it's difficult at best.

  5. Hi Greg, I have been following your channel for years, and I have signed up with sites using your codes. Very helpful!! I saw this video, excellent material, as always, and I just wanted to tell you that I can hardly wait for your updated video on affiliate marketing. I would love to find out your insights on how the market has changed over the years, and of course your step-by-step tutorials. I am just, almost, bouncing back over the loss of my practice from the pandemic, so Let's go! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  6. I am building my RB shop and it's starting to get more sales each month. Got a domain for my Spring shop & zero sales since it changed over. I haven't applied to MBA yet, but will eventually. My TeePublic site gets a few sales every now & then. I really like RB the best.

  7. Hi Greg, glad to see u back! Because of u, I jumped into POD without a second thought after watching your videos. It was not as easy as you said but I have learnt a lot during the initial period and am still learning, and my love to POD has grown over times! No regret and I want to give you a big hug and millions thanks!! Merry Christmas and happy new year!!

  8. Sir I have a question me and my friend decided to start POD but later on he did some research he said you have to pay first if order is placed is that true ???
    By the way thanks for all the knowledge and support love from India ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

  9. Yes, Amazon is the biggest player, I have been on Redbubble since 2020 and only sold a handful of things during that time, but I got on Amazon in May of 2022 and already sold more than I did on Redbubble over the past two years combined. Everything organic, no ads or promotions on either platform.

  10. Greg following you was what actually got me into the print on demand game. I created my first store on teespring by following your videos. While I currently have a merch on design store merch has not been moving people up from tier 10 and so I usually use them as a supplier for my private prints because they can make a good quality product and can get it out very quickly. Otherwise I have found success with redbubble tea public and previously with teespring but right now I see virtually no traffic going to them at all. Glad to see that you're making new content and will be looking forward to additional videos that you'll be putting out.

  11. I'm on zazzle now but it's overwhelming. They have so much product to choose from. I've narrowed my focus so I don't go insane. Lol. I'm only doing the pet collars, leashes, and bowls for now. Heidi

  12. I haven't tried the sites you recommend, however having just ditched Zazzle, I am going to chime in that I was with Zazzle for 8 years, and even though they don't charge you for a store, they DO strip you of your earnings if you aren't constantly feeding them new designs. The only time I sold anything was when I directed my own traffic to it. Their design editor was revamped and the old formats I used didn't work anymore. I left with 3 cents that they wouldn't fork over because of dormancy fees.

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