Now you have more print areas available to customize your products with. This means you’ll have more opportunity to put your designs in place – on the front, back, left and right.
From 2016 onwards, you were required to submit W-9/W-8-BEN/W-BEN-E forms. These forms are only valid for three years, meaning the expiration date is quickly approaching for some of you. Therefore, you’ll be required to submit these forms again so you can enjoy more of your Spreadshirt earnings.
Speed up the process from design to finished product! This is now possible with the new “Templates” feature. It allows you to automate steps such as product and color selection, and you can accelerate the positioning and scaling of your design on the product. Continue reading to see how the feature works.
We have a long-term goal of going 100% digital. To accommodate digital printing on all products, we have adjusted the print areas on almost all products so they can fit the accompanying pallet sizes of our digital printers.
This transition will have an effect on your products. Continue reading to understand the impact of going digital… Read more
We’ve all been there: a customer orders a black t-shirt featuring a black design. The customer returns the products and asks for a refund, leaving you with less commission and an unnecessary headache. Fortunately, we’ve resolved this issue. By adding a color restriction feature to the partner area, you can be assured that certain product colors won’t be available.
Looking for another clever way to boost your sales? Then take advantage of our updated statistics, which will provide helpful insight into the positive and negative aspects of your selling strategy.
We previously gave you more control of the product creation process. We’re now adding a way to quickly define the default display color of your products.
You now have complete control over the products you offer to customers. We’ve updated our Partner Area’s product-creation process, allowing you to adapt designs on each product.
It’s time to dust off that Vuvuzela, find your jersey, and cut up some orange slices. In a little over a month, the entire world will be tuning into the 2018 World Cup. We’re sure you’re familiar with how popular this competition is, but it’s worth noting that the 2014 World Cup was watched by 3.2 billion viewers. That’s nearly half the population of the entire world.
The 2018 World Cup is bound to be just as popular as ever, which means that football-related designs should be on the agenda. Time to upload some creative designs! Read more