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Hello fello artists
Do any of you use MySoti, DeckPeck or any similar sites?
Are there many of these type of sites? Which one is best?
Is it even worth while setting up shop with any of them?
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    281 weeks ago
    I've heard good things about the quality level at MySoti.

    With pretty much any site like those, though, you only get out of it what you put in. What I mean by that is, if you're not advertising or drawing traffic to it in some way, no one will buy. There's not enough internal traffic at most of those sites to draw a crowd, but if you're smart and determined about getting the word out, you can do pretty well for yourself.
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    281 weeks ago
    Hmmm thanks MJ :)
    Anyone else?
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    281 weeks ago
    MySoti is great, I've ordered a tee from there and was very happy with the quality. RedBubble.comis a very similar site, also great quality. I agree with MJ's comment about advertising your stuff.
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    281 weeks ago
    Thanks Olechka :)
    Have you checked out DeckPeck? They have some cool products to cover in you art. The messenger bags look dope. I hear good thins about Mysoti, just wish they did bags too.
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    280 weeks ago
    Olechka what do the labels inside mysoti tees look like? Are they personalised for the artist?
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    280 weeks ago
    Crushem, I've ordered one shirt form them, and I got it on an AA blank. (You can pick which blank you want). I am not at home right now, but I am pretty sure that it was a regular AA tag. And I want to mention again: the quality is super! It does take a little longer to get the shirts, but that may be different now because the site has been around for a while longer.

    Nope, never heard of DeckPeck, but I'll check it out. I tried Cafepress a long time ago, but wasn't very happy with their quality.
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    280 weeks ago
    Thanks olechka :)
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    280 weeks ago
    hey crushem,

    i'm always back and forth on the price point
    is it worthwhile to go through all the trouble
    then have to price shirts at $20 to make a couple bucks per shirt?
    are you trying to make money or just get your designs out there?

    that being said, i've tried spreadshirt
    the printing quality was good, but rather thick - similar to a screen print
    if you have a solid design, expect to sweat your shirt off
    their "heavyweight t" blank was like a burlap sack - spring for the aa blank
    and it arrived with an unbelievable chemical smell
    several washings and a day in the breeze almost got rid of it

    cafe press was a big disappointment
    print lasted a few washings before fading

    i'm in the process of getting samples from mysoti now
    olechka's print looked amazing

    of course, mj hit the nail on the head
    all work and no promo makes enin a poor boy
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    280 weeks ago
    Hey Enin :)
    Thanks heaps for the feed back! Really appreciated :)


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