I'm sure you've seen them: Groupon, PlumDeals, Gofundme.com, etc... They are all crowdfunding web pages. People come up with an idea, pitch it to a group of people, and try to sell it to as many people as possible. The more people who buy, the better the project does. What happens if a project is only partially funded? Say a company needs $1000 to print records, but they only sell $500 worth of records... Well, that company is in trouble. Now they have to still get the other $500 somewhere and they haven't made any profit, but actually lost. That happens in the real world.
I found one crowdfunding page that I like and I think you are sure to like it too! The gold rush is in the company called TeeSpring. The advantage to TeeSpring is that there is a low risk ratio. All you have to do is get ten people to want to purchase your product and walaah! you have met your goal. Say you want to sell 100 t-shirts, but only 50 people sign up? No worries, you are only obligated to print the amount you sell as long as it is over ten! What if you don't make your ten shirt sales requirement? Simply refund the customers' money, and you do not have to pay for anything! There is virtually no risk to the consumer! That is why I love Teespring.
I played with the program too. It is very easy to prepare your TeeSpring t-shirt design. Just click in the template, type what you want your TeeSpring to say, and then add your graphic. If you want writing on the back side of the TeeSpring, that is easy to do too. The whole program is pretty self explanatory, but if you get stumped, you can always write to their email address firstname.lastname@example.org or call their number at 1-855-TEESPRING. This information is also readily available on the TeeSpring template page. Don't believe me? Check out this video to see how easy it is!
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