In July! Keeping your cool in the hot, hot sun ain’t that easy, but: our new tank tops – by Bella – are just as light as the summer breeze these days. Create your personalised summer look, and choose from a big range of colours. We’ve just added a few neon colours like neon pink, mint, red marble, blue marble and grey marble. Tank top the summer!
Right in line with the current discount campaign on our homepage (only until 22nd July 2014), we have put together a few creative ideas for you here. If you like doing handicrafts, a personalised tank top can be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Or do you feel like I do? Maybe you )(like me) still have this tank top from THE holiday that evokes heaps of great memories. And you’ve long stopped wearing it. The DIY tips here show, how you can turn your old tank top into something extraordinary.
There was once a time when Google peered through rose-coloured glasses. Everything out there on the web seemed just awesome. Google would just love every word and every link that could be found online. The colour of these glasses has changed, unfortunately, from rose to black. continue reading ‘SEO Tips Part 2: How can you improve your shop’s search engine reputation?’
Not only is Berlin a hot metropolitan location, it’s also the new international T-shirt capital! People from no other capital order as many tees as Berliners. And this year’s International T-Shirt Day on 21 June provided the occasion for us to check out some cotton stats. So we found out that Berlin is the place for people to personalise their tees, and these fun facts have surfaced as well:
Who would have thought that Luxembourg came second?
Well, at least we would have tipped a few other places to lead - catwalks in London, Milan or New York come to mind, and not the fashion conscious streets of Luxembourg. And the city of fashion – Paris – only comes up in third. Well done, people of Luxembourg. It may give consolation to the Parisians that they are still ahead of: London, Rome and a quite few other places with a reputation for trend-setting fashion. Some big places didn’t even make the top 10. The best-seated non-European town is Washington DC in sixth place. continue reading ‘Trend Report: The T-shirt’s a Berliner’
SEO is super important for your “googleability ”, and this is why our SEO team will give you precious SEO advise. SEO will help you optimise your shop so that search engines like Google can find you more easily and push your site ranking. Here it is important to focus on keywords that best describe your products. continue reading ‘Search Engine Optimization tips – part 1′
It’s taken four long years, and now we’re enjoying four weeks of sheer football bliss. The football world cup in Brazil is giving us ample opportunity to watch, hope and fear for the teams we want to win the cup.
Creamy cappuccino, a fiery Chai latte or just black tea with a splash of milk? Your favourite hot brew finds a nicely personalised container in our brand new colourful mugs.
Celebrating a hen party or stag night is a fun occasion for everyone involved. It’s a great excuse to get out and bid farewell to the bachelorhood of the lucky groom or bride. A stag weekend or hen night is the last time you can have your mate all yourself before the wedlock takes hold – so you just need to celebrate it in style. You see parties of hens and stags roaming the streets of far away towns with T-shirts and accessories designed to bid farewell to bachelorhood. We’ve put together a few great hen party accessories and stag slogan T-shirts to make your next bachelor(ette) party a complete success. continue reading ‘Hen nights and stag do’s’
Today it’s not the PR team that’s asking the questions, for a change. Instead of them peppering others with questions, we give them a chance to speak for themselves. The questions have been provided by our dear colleagues who previously starred in a Meet a Spreader interview. They did a great job replying to both interesting and challenging questions – see for yourself and find out more about our PR team:
How did you get into Spreadshirt, and what exactly does PR do?
Eike: I actually managed to get into Spreadshirt straight after my studies in 2007. Having finished my final exams in the last week of March, I started working here on April 1st as a Junior PR Manager. The “Junior” eventually disappeared from my job description, and since 2013 I’ve been Head of Global Public Relations and Corporate Communications. Put in a nutshell, I’m responsible for corporate communications and public relations at Spreadshirt in Germany, and also internationally.
Just to be clear: Maria takes care of communication with the Spreadshirt’s customers, and we are responsible for all other forms of communication with the outside world. This most of all means dealing with journalists and the media.
Anja: I was out on maternity leave when one day two girlfriends of mine unwittingly sent me the same message: “there’s a vacancy at Spreadshirt!” Truth be told, I didn’t think it possible to get back into work straight after parental leave, but suddenly everything went very quickly. And so it happened that I started working at Spreadshirt in April 2013. I don’t really have a title yet; in my signature it just says “Public Relations”. My focus is on events and sponsorship. But I also “entertain” journalists – it’s all like Eike said: supervising TV shoots, designing awards and preparing conferences and similar tasks are all part and parcel of our very varied job. continue reading ‘Staff talk – introducing the PR team’
Our quest: identifying the most sought for designs from our Marketplace. We wanted to find the designs that people just HAVE to have on their tees, and we’ve come up with quite fascinating results! Regardless of whether people order from Norway, Italy or America, it’s interesting to see that funny designs as well as hipster and nerdy designs are the most popular ones. Check out the results! continue reading ‘Wanted – the Top 5 search terms in our Marketplace’