The first thing that will greet you as you land on the TeeSpy page is the Dashboard. You can also click on the Dashboard tab on the far left of the site if you happen to land directly on a different page first. In the Dashboard, you will be able to view four major categories that include the Vendor Popularity, Trends, Hot Campaigns, and Recently Added Campaigns.
A lot of social networks are making major changes and giving vendors the option to hide their sales. Now, there is one way around it, and that is to look for a T-shirt campaign’s engagement instead of sales. Because of this, the new Engagement option was added in the drop down tab of Hot Campaigns Tab in the TeeSpy Dashboard. Like every other feature on the browser app, you can also input the time period for which you wish to see your campaign results.
Are you tired of brain storming for great ideas or confused as to which ones are surely going to be popular? Interested in finding out which niches are popular among your target market, or what kinds of shirts are trending more than others? Well, in that case, take a look at TeeSpy's super cool Trend tracker.
Worried about where you are going to save all those important campaign criteria from your searches? No need to worry – TeeSpy was not designed just for you to glimpse at useful campaigns and then never be able to view them again. You can always make sure that you save any search criteria that you specified on TeeSpy. It really is that easy, and here is how it is done.
You can’t have a panel of people sit and tell you all about the kinds of t-shirts they prefer as part of your marketing research stance. A better way to do it is to gauge the reaction of consumers, both existing and potential, from all around the world. TeeSpy brings you the easiest way to do that.
Finding new ideas for T-shirt designs can often resemble the frustrated painter staring at a blank canvas. To achieve continued success in this competitive casual wear sector, it is vital to remain passionate about your product and strive for originality in your designs. Every good idea is not necessarily borne of a great imagination, most are stumbled upon by necessity.