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Pimp Your Products Workshop

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Have you ever dreamed of selling your own physical products?

I’m talking t-shirts, pillows, mugs, leggings, art prints, and phone cases- The options are endless.

Guess what?! It doesn’t have to be a dream.

You can get started selling physical goods in under a week with a minimal investment through the magic of print fulfillment companies.

Generating passive income is all the rave online right now, but what do you do if you don’t have a super awesome course or eBook idea lined up? My solution is to use physical products as a passive income stream.

Physical products make excellent passive income generators because you can use a print fulfillment company to handle all of the time-consuming parts like product printing, order fulfillment, and shipping. Most print fulfillment companies have a low start-up investment, no inventory (it’s print on demand) and they will drop ship your products.

Selling physical products isn’t just for big businesses. It’s for anyone who wants to expand their brand beyond the online world. Are you ready to start selling physical products as a passive income stream?

 

INTRODUCING

PIMP YOUR PRODUCTS WORKSHOP

A 2-hour workshop on selling physical products as a passive income stream.

SETTING UP SHOP

We’re going to start with the basics of setting up your eCommerce shop. This portion of the workshop will cover:

  • What to look for when choosing an eCommerce platform + fulfillment company
  • Creating shop policies to protect yourself and set customer expectations
  • Shipping best practices
  • Resources to start your shop with a $0 budget

Plus a step by step walkthrough of how to connect your shop to your fulfillment company, setting up shipping rates and customizing your theme to match your branding.

GETTING THE GOODS

Now that you’ve set up shop it’s time to create the goods that you will sell. This portion of the workshop covers:

  • Understanding the artwork guidelines for your products
  • How to ensure the best print quality
  • Creating and writing product listings (what information you must absolutely include)
  • How to create realistic product mockups
  • What to look for when checking the quality of your product samples

Plus a step by step walkthrough of how to upload your product designs to your fulfillment company and creating mockups.

MAKING YOUR SHOP WORK

Finally, you’ve got the shop and the goods now it’s time to share it with the world. This portion of the workshop will cover:

  • The top 5 ways to market your shop
  • Creating community around your products
  • Resources that I use to manage my shop
  • Best practices for making the customer experience a bit more personalized



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Fit Guide

The charts and information below will help you determine what size will best fit you.

All of our tees are printed on premium fashion fit t-shirts. They generally run slimmer than standard t-shirts. Our ladies t-shirts are figure flattering and fitted. They run smaller so we suggest sizing up.

Ladies, if you prefer a looser fit we suggest ordering a unisex/ men's t-shirt. The differences in the fit are noted above. Because the sizing is unisex ladies should order one size down from their normal size.

Unisex to Women's Size Conversion

If you have any other questions about sizing please get in touch through the contact form.