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.
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.
Opening your Spreadshop is the easy part. Now that your Shop is live, you’re ready for some serious sales! This is the perfect time to go through the short list of failures that Thomas, Spreadshop’s Project Manager, has compiled. Take a look, and you’ll learn valuable lessons about the Shop experience…
We’ve made it a lot easier to organize designs in your Shop. Thanks to our most recent feature release, you’ll be able to group your offerings into relevant topics.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably come across an eye-catching GIF or two. If you’re wondering how to make your own thumb-stopping content, follow this step-by-step tutorial on how to create your own GIFs!
It’s no secret that the merchandising industry is a competitive field. With the masses of merch shops out there, pricing can essentially make or break your business. You know better than anyone else the time and effort it’s taken to launch your shop. It’s understandable that you’d want to put a hefty price tag on your favorite designs. However, starting with high prices isn’t always the best practice. We’re here to show you the ropes and benefits of starting off with low prices in your merchandise shop.