Passion. Passion. Passion.

We’ve said it 100 times, but building your brand around something you’re passionate about, something that gives you chills, something that feels like the real-life version of ASMR, THAT’S what will make your shop successful. Let’s get into the nitty gritty

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What do you love?

When launching a Spreadshop and creating your brand, think about what you love. Seriously – if you’re going to launch a t-shirt brand and put your free time into this side hustle, you better enjoy it!

Make a list of what you’re passionate about: maybe it’s travel, working out, music, or photography. Whatever it is, think about how that can translate it into merch! And if you need some help, just reach out! Got it? Ok, good. Onto the next step…

Set Up Your FREE Spreadshop

It’s quick. It’s easy. It’s free. What more could you ask for, really? Once you’ve created an account, all you have to do is start uploading designs and picking the merch you want them sold on! Nothing extra to pay for, EVER.

Think about what passion you’re basing your shop off of and choose products based on that. For example, if you really love hitting the gym, choose sweat wicking shirts, duffel bags, hoodies, and basketball shorts to put your design on! 🏋

Tell the World About Your Brand

Grabbing coffee with your work wife? Tell her about what you’re creating (you KNOW she’ll share your posts and get excited for you)! Use Instagram to post pictures of your merch and share new designs with your followers. Tell your gym buddies so they can pick up some merch that they can rock while training.

Every person you tell has the potential of becoming a sale on your Spreadshop, so why NOT scream it from the rooftops? Soon you’ll be racking up sales and your wallet will be feeling a little fuller than it did before you launched your shop.

Get after your dreams and start that side hustle. Soon your brand will be taking off and then you’ll be rocking and rolling 🤘

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