Over 30 million Americans claim majority or partial Irish ancestry. If you read our post on the do’s and don’ts of Boosted Network Designs you’ll know this means big potential for sales. Listing your products on the Boosted Network is like casting a net. The bigger your “net” (or potential buyer group) the more sales you can catch! That’s why we’re adding over 10,000 St. Patrick’s Day inspired products to the Boosted Network this month. Don’t miss out on your chance to get listed!
How to get listed
It’s important to keep the Boosted Network Design Guidelines in mind when creating designs—we can’t use designs that don’t comply with these content policies.
1) Create a St. Patrick Day inspired listing in the new Teespring Launcher.
2) Add the hashtag #StPatricksDay in your listing description.
3) Make sure to follow our keyword and optimization tips (learn more below).
Note we’re especially interested in fresh new designs, so you can update past winners with the hashtag below, but definitely consider creating new designs too.
IMPORTANT: Submitting listings with a hashtag that doesn’t pertain to the theme or submitting a huge volume of low quality listings will get your account blacklisted from the Boosted Network permanently.
Optimize your listing’s title and description to maximize sales potential. The easier your products are to find the more likely you’ll get a sale! Our Boosted Network Trends Team have compiled the top keywords and themes for St. Patrick’s Day 2019 based on marketplace performance thus far. Incorporate these keywords into your listing’s title and description when relevant and use them as inspiration for your next design.
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated every year on March 17th. It is a global celebration of Irish culture with special focus on St. Patrick, Ireland’s most iconic patron saint.
Popular St. Patrick’s Day design themes revolve around Irish surnames (O’malley for example), Irish heritage, beer, luck, leprechauns, etc. Americans are especially proud of their Irish heritage with over 30 million people claiming majority or partial Irish ancestry. Keep in mind family heritage can be an evergreen niche—meaning you can continue selling these designs after St. Patrick’s Day too!
Below are the cutoff dates for St. Patrick’s Day delivery. Once we’ve passed the standard shipping cutoff dates, buyers can still receive their products in time for March 17th—they’ll just need to select ‘rush shipping’ at checkout. Plan to initiate your listing’s print cycle on the standard shipping cutoff date to ensure shoppers get their order in time. For rush shipping, the buyer just needs to place their order by the “order by date” listed below.
Don’t forget delivery timelines are usually faster than indicated above, but to be safe we’re suggesting the largest delivery window for calculating cutoff dates. Most importantly, make sure you’re offering rush eligible products in your listings!
12 responses to “We’re adding 10k+ St. Patrick’s day products to the boosted network!”
In the first condition to get listed you wrote that we need to create a St. Patrick Day inspired listing in the new Teespring Launcher. Is there an emphasis on having them made in the New Launcher? Because I made some listings in the Classic Launcher about two months ago – so can they be listed too (assuming they meet the other conditions too of course)?
Hey Omer, of course!
i think it will really work.
Interesting post, very insightful. Thanks for sharing.
Love to get fresh new ideas. Thank you
hope i can make a sell in to this
And make sure if you include clover in your designs for St Patrick’s Day that they are true Shamrocks (Meaning they are ONLY three-leafed clover). By definition, a 4-leafed clover is NOT a Shamrock. (Look it up). And if you think because it is a “Lucky” 4-leafed clover that it represent the “Luck of the Irish”, then you are wrong again. The “Luck of the Irish” was BAD luck. (You can look that up to). So forget the lucky 4-leafed clover, and go crazy with the Shamrocks. Thank you. Maybe I’ll buy one.
Love your technician shirts. I absolutely hate shirts printed on 1 side. I have 4 shirts and 2 hoodies already have wanted to and would buy more but alot are 1 sided prints. Some religious prints. This new lucky technician print , been a few last few months one sided. Yall make great shirts. Put the little extra into making it a printed shirt on both sides.
Hey Chris, we now offer all-over print tees which allows us to print on the back of the shirts as well.
Hello sir..would you like to print both side shirt ..if you are interested I will make it only for you.
Yes, I have to agree. Because sometimes we have to do a “double take”.
I would like to be able to put my logo on some hat as well.