i see a lot of great stuff on there that makes me inspired to design tshirts and stickers and the like, but if it is a different experience than other online shops i'd like to know i was recommended submitting to teefury which i'm sure gets a little more traffic than theyetee, but TF's $1 profit is a little low. and i would like to sell more than just tshirts!
what i REALLY want to do is print off my own stickers and charms and the like and send them out from an online shop all my own, but at the moment i really don't have the money or equipment for any of that. so i'm resorting to the help of other hosts, for now
I can only recommend TeePublic. They don't have stickers or charms -YET! they've been actively looking into adding more products to their list- but they pay much better than other sites (2-4 or even 6 dollars per product) and their quality is awesome imo. I chose them because of the good prices and because sites like Redbubble make my stomach flip with all the art theft no one ever does anything about.
i will take this recommendation into account !! i would love to see new products added to their site - i would so be there - but i guess the only thing that can help that along is more artists getting them a little profit. maybe i will join!
They've been nothing but nice to me since I joined. They promoted me on my first week there (you get on their news settler and first page for a week or so) and they sometimes ask artist and customers fill out surveys so they know what to improve on and what people would like to be available in the future. I had a skype call with them last month on that topic, they are really nice people. ^^
when did teefury's profit drop to $1???? omg that's awful?? i think it used to be $5. i don't know about theyetee but maybe check into society6 and redbubble? personally i don't like redbubble because there's sometimes some plagiarism i.e. people take the artwork of others and turn it into a shirt (they've tried cracking down on it recently) and because their shirt prices are really high but the quality is good and you can set your own profit.
from what i saw on the teefury site, it said you get $1 from every design sold.
i like lots of stuff about redbubble too! i do have a shop there with a few xena designs and steven universe ones as well. the quality of the products is all pretty top knotch, but fan designs have a hard time staying up. at least, pokemon ones. that's the fault of the pokemon company itself tracking things that go up on redbubble more than anything, but there are lots of cute and unique pokemon designs up on theyetee that seem to be doing fairly well. the site welcomes nerdy pop culture designs and matchups of such, like teefury