What do you do for merchandise, if anything?


(Jonathan Hardesty) #1

What do you guys in the Stareable community at large do for your merchandise, if anything? Is there a store service you use/prefer? Ones to watch out for? Where do you get the best bang for your buck with these services?

Curious what people do in this regard.


(Jonathan Kaplan) #2

Killing it! is doing some screenings coming up and we have merch. We are making buttons, magnets and posters. We are not sure how they will be received but you gotta try things in this life!


(Bri Castellini) #3

The only consistent site I’ve used is CafePress, which has a lot of products to choose from but very little control over the design itself- you just gotta hope that whatever logo or art you’re putting on their thousands of products looks good without any futzing, because futzing is hella limited.

My CafePress stores:
https://www.cafepress.com/Brainswebseries
https://www.cafepress.com/samandpat

I’ve tried using Teespring (and Stareable is currently using Bonfire to sell FORGET THE BOX TEESHIRTS EVERYONE GRAB YOURS BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!!!) but I’m not a huge fan of having a time limit on merch (especially because you often have to completely recreate the listing to renew the design) even though the merch is higher quality by far. It’s just not a good fit for small time creators, and a pain to have to constantly monitor.


(Meg Carroway) #4

10%20PM
lmao


(Bri Castellini) #5

Sadly, that’s not a great seller. YET.

We did sell a baby onesie though! To our director’s niece… but still!!


(Carlo Delmar) #6

Have you tried Zazzle?


(Ghetto Nerd Girl) #7

I haven’t ordered much but I’m happy with the stuff I ordered from the following sites.

Wristbands - http://www.wristbandconnection.com/ - reasonably priced and bought in bulk 5 years ago and I still have a lot. Although I don’t sell them I use them as a promotional tool.

Stickers - https://stickerobot.com/ Same. I use these to post around cities as promo tools, but I absolutely love how they came out!


(Bri Castellini) #8

For stickers I’m a big fan of Sticker Mule but I’ve never heard of Sticker Robot! Will have to check them out