The month is over and now we move into September. September will most likely not be a repeat of August, this is because I just signed up for three months of mentorship. #goingbacktouniversity.
I will spend more time educating myself than selling t-shirts this month. I think I need to unlearn my current method of doing things and get ready to start fresh.
Anyway, I guess the whole point of this 10k challenge was to push myself and that’s what I did. Unfortunately I never actually hit 10k but for the final time on this challenge let’s talk numbers.
In total that’s $25,528.23 / £15,357.54.
Ad Spend was £5,997 + T-Shirt Design £389 = £6,386
In total for the month, I made £8971.54.
I will however lose money on Payoneer fees and their conversion from dollars to sterling. I have yet to convert the rest but for the month will take about £250 off my earnings. Still cheaper then Paypal.
So overall I roughly made £8,720. I never hit the £10k but that doesn’t matter, £8,720 is still great. My goal is to more than triple that in one month, within the next four months.
I hope anyone who see’s this can see the potential in Teespring. Overall I worked about 6-15 hours a day. Some days I got really lazy.
I created 80 campaigns and 28 of them were successful. Of the 28 successful campaigns 11 of them sold over 50 t-shirts. The rest sold less than 50 but still made a profit.
The most important information I can give is, know your numbers. If you know your numbers and follow your ad spend then it will save you a lot of money.
Now I am moving onto a new chapter in this Facebook marketing business. There’s never a better time to start something new than at the beginning of a new month.
For anyones that’s followed this or is reading this and wants help then you can find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/ormes.andrew