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what do you think biz?

>> No.22735986

>>22734989
bump

>> No.22736006

Explain

>> No.22736080

>>22736006
Just a good old tee business in which i sell t-shirts with catchy stupid sentences and good designs.
It requires some market niche study and habits, but it could make me some extra cash.
The only investment required is time and of course designs, maybe some ad too.

>> No.22736431

>>22734989
>what do you think biz?
i think you are a darkie retard

>> No.22736500

>>22736431
you mean nigger? Is making tees a nigger thing now?

>> No.22736577

>>22736500
oversaturated markets are a nigger thing

>> No.22736674

>>22736577
so there's not room for another shit-tee biz in your opinion?

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22736864

The only way to make money selling t shirts now is to create a personal brand and obtain a ton of followers willing to spend $30 on a t shirt to support you. I recommend becoming a professional wrestler/twitch streamer.

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>>22736864
>I recommend becoming a professional wrestler

>> No.22736911

>>22736864
so niggers are not going to buy shirts with nice designs and stupid sentences for cheap prices?

>> No.22736925

>>22736674
are you an artist? then just sell your art. if you have a brand, then maybe sell merch

>> No.22736963

>>22736925
>sell art
i don't think people is going to buy paints, posters and things like that, they prefer mugs, bags and shit they use

>> No.22737174

>>22736963
by selling art, i mean finding employment as an artist/designer. more money. build a portfolio, maybe do a web comic. then, if you have some recognition, you could maybe sell merch

>> No.22737194

>>22736864
how about selling t-girls?

>> No.22737253

>>22737174
you are telling me that tee is an oversaturated market and so you suggest to enter into another oversaturated market, that is location related, and costs even more effort than putting out some shitty, lazy, derivative but nice design to sell on a $9,99 shirt

>> No.22737296

>>22737253
sell custom t-shirts. Buy a printer

>> No.22737630
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22737630

>>22736674

Fuck no. Go look at 6dollarshirts website. There are several other similar sites. You can't compete online.

I'll help you since this is the only business related question on biz I've seen in a week. You're going to have to break some copyright laws. Sports. Normies love spending money on sports and sports team items. Make cool fucking designs of your local college/Pro sports teams and figure out the best way to sell them. Out of your trunk at tailgates, go door to door at campus apartments/dorms, put up flyers around campus.

You will make bank if you have good designs, decent prices, and don't go full retard and you won't get in trouble. Use whatever profits you make and put it all in Link if Link is still under $1000. You're welcome.

>> No.22737720

>>22737253
convincing random corp to let you design shit logos should be easier than convincing thousands of people to buy random shirts without any fucking context

>> No.22737863

>>22737720
not thousands, hundreds would be enough, and i would work on context and leech from pop culture of course (avoiding to infringe copyrights)

>>22737630
thanks for the advice fren, maybe i can think to something sport related, but i don't want to sell in real life, this is just a side business

>> No.22737940

You'll make way more selling vintage T's from goodwill. You'll actually make a living if you wanted. Don't know how long the trend will last though.

>> No.22737976

>>22737940
> artisanal, barrel-aged t-shirts