I'll tell you the truth, the last 30+ days for me have been BONE DRY in terms of Teespring. A big part of this is because I've been focusing on other things like the blog/forum and some long term projects.

But that being said, I've STILL managed to launch a good 40 campaigns in that time. They've all tanked. 1-2 sales, a few break even but no profits.

I've been in this situation before and there's only one way to get out of it.

Launch MORE Campaigns!

Rarely do I let my past experiences get the best of me. 40 fails? So what, that doesn't mean the next 40 will do the same. It just takes 1 to turn that all around. Whether it comes now or 200 camps later, it will come.

I found this infographic on APB. It's a great little graph outlining how the top Teespringers manage their business.

Average LPD - (Average campaigns Lunched/day)

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This Graph basically says, the amount of money you make is almost directly dependant on how many campaigns you launch. The more you launch the better your chances.

It might be hard to comprehend at the start but it's basic probability. 5 launches/day = 150 campaigns each month. How many do you launch per month?

Like I said, it's been tough for me this last few weeks with Teespring and of course last month as well. But like I said, there's only one thing that's going to get you to where you want to be and that's keeping on going.

Every affiliate/entrepreneur will have experienced this on multiple occasions. Nothingness for LONG periods of times. Even millionaire Teespringers will have 3-4 weeks of nothing and then BAM 1-2 weeks of huge $$.

That's why not everyone does business. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it but not many can cope with the shear amount of lost time, effort and money at the start. Not many will give it a fair shot and will have the determination to continue with things even when times are bad, for a LONG time.

For every one fairly new to entrepreneurship/business keep this in mind. No matter what someones WSO says or 'get rich quick guide' says, if you expect a long and challenging road ahead then consider yourself prepared. If it's 'I'll figure this out in a month and will be cruising to profits soon', then you're most likely in for a big shock.

All the best,

~ Mateen

 

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Written by Mateen