Spreadshirt vs. CafePress vs. Zazzle

Alright. While Adam should be on his way to Asia by now, I´ll make a little attempt to get some life into this blog again …Some days ago, Leo from MacMerc – one of our shop partners in the US – compared the services of Spreadshirt, Zazzle and CafePress regarding the quality of print as well as the quality of service. We came in first:

I mentioned at the outset that I use Spreadshirt for my own MacMerc.com merchandise. This is first because of the quality of their products but their customer service is a very close second.

So, we´re happy about that. But we also know that there´s some work left:

I would not, however, recommend either of these [services] for my Mom to make t-shirts for her bridge club—the web sites are far too complicated.

3 Responses to “Spreadshirt vs. CafePress vs. Zazzle”

  1. 1 by ami | Jan 11th, 2008 at 1:41 pm
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    yes, you are right – this is an issue we have been discussing in the last months. and instead trying to push overlay and offer it for all markets we think Digital Direct will be a better alternative for everyone. (but also: why we still believe in plot printing – because it still delivers the best and most durable quality.)

  2. 2 by uk-cafepressed | Aug 18th, 2008 at 2:46 am
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    Well at least your have a choice! If you’re looking for http://www.cafepress.co.uk for the UK market, keep searching. We have Spreadshirt (yay!) and tshirtstudio.com but no Zazzle.co.uk or Squidoo.co.uk

    Just as well Spreadshirt is good!

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