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It’s finally May. The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming, and it is almost time to celebrate the most important women in your life!
For brands and retailers, it is an opportunity to increase profits with key Mother’s Day marketing tactics! According to the National Retail Federation, Mother’s Day is the third highest grossing seasonal event in the United States. Mother’s Day is also much larger than Father’s Day because gifts for mom typically tend to cost more. It is also a known fact (but not surprising) that most Mother’s Day shoppers wait until the last minute to shop for gifts!
This means that it is perfect timing for you to start marketing for Mother’s Day. Here are some strategies that you can put into use this Mother’s Day:
1. PPC Campaigns
If you have the budget, pay-per-click campaigns become especially useful the week leading up to Mother’s Day because all of the last minute shoppers frantically scouring the internet for gifts for mom. Remember to include keywords that target stepmoms, aunts, grandmothers, wives, sisters, and daughters.
2. Social Media
Pinterest becomes especially important around Mother’s Day due to consumers looking for shopping or DIY inspiration for a unique gift for mom. This is key for brands that are not normally geared towards the Mother’s Day crowd.
Also - Remember that with RageOn, you can create custom Mother’s Day-inspired designs and post them across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. to generate sales!
3. Facebook & Instagram Advertising Campaigns
Facebook and Instagram are great outlets for targeting specific demographics that you believe will purchase your products, and for targeting custom audiences. You can upload a list of your past purchasers onto Facebook Audiences and create a lookalike audience from them in order to find consumers with the highest chance of converting on your store. You can also try some interest based targeting once you understand your ideal customer profile and demographic.
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Avicii, a dear friend of many in the RageOn community, passed away today. In honor of his life, we are empowering the entire community to create Avicii inspired designs for us to showcase to Avicii’s legal rights owners.
In order for us to track all submissions, please use the hashtag #RIPAvicii in your product title and description!
Our goal is for Avicii’s team to select some of your designs, have them go viral and then donate profits to Avicii’s favorite cause - Feeding America. Your design may get picked and featured to millions of people!
To be clear, we do not own rights to Avicii name, image, etc. We’re excited to see what you come up with, wish you the best of luck, and hope that the RageOn community yields a couple of winning designs that Avicii and his team will feature and maybe even work out a deal with you directly!
R.I.P. Avicii ❤️
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Today is an important reminder of our responsibility to protect this planet. Did you know RageOn is committed to keeping our company eco-friendly? Our sustainable made-to-order process ensures there is no excess waste. Rather than producing a warehouse surplus, our products are sent to the customer directly from the manufacturer. For years, we have worked to refine this system and keep our marketplace effectively green. An extension of that goal is RageOn Connect, our print on demand service that allows sellers to sync products right to their store easily and sustainably.
We’ve put together a list of our favorite Earth Day inspired designs. Choose from any of these high-quality items to show your passion for the planet and wear them proudly knowing your clothing is consciously sourced. Happy Earth Day!
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It's an exciting time to be RageOn seller! Our team is constantly thinking of new ways to take your Shopify stores to the next level. That's why our RageOn Connect featured gallery is regularly upgraded with the latest top-performing brands and products.
We've put together a list of 18 trending products sellers can now sync and use to maximize sales in 2018.
There's a little something for every online retailer no matter who your audience is!
1. Tupac T-Shirt
For when your store ain't nothing but a gangsta party.
2. Paper Cup Swim Shorts
Our top-selling swim wear design with a retro 90's aesthetic.
3. Fresh Paint Crewneck Sweatshirt
Artist Yoka Honda brings us this colorful throwback to the 80s.
4. Prison Mike T-Shirt
"Don't drop the soap! Don't drop the soap!"
5. Taco Cat Tank Top
For customers with cravings for cuteness- in space!
6. Mermaid Sweatshirt
One of many Hello Kitty products available in our Featured Gallery!
7. Ableton T-Shirt
Calling all bedroom DJs, producers, and musicians!
8. Surprised Cats Ankle Socks
Cat lovers are a massive market- but seriously, who could resist these?
9. Red Star Trip Tree Zip-Up Hoodie
The perfect trippy addition to any raver's wardrobe.
10. KISS Discography T-Shirt
Something your audience will want to rock all day.
11. Pizza Fleece Blanket
Our cozy solution to a night in with the munchies.
12. Wizard of Paws T-Shirt
We're off to see the wizard- in a feline loving twist!
13. Artistic Bomb Tank Top
Surreal and vibrant, this piece will blow minds before they buy.
14. Orange & Blue Camo Bikini
One of many colorful bikinis that will knock em' dead this summer.
15. Say Perhaps To Drugs T-Shirt
Specially designed with a sick sense of humor in mind.
16. The Kitten No One Loved Tank Top
Death and destruction have never looked this good.
17. Bespin Leggings
Ensured to give your lady shoppers something out of this world.
18. In Pizza We Crust T-Shirt
All hail the might slice, may it forever arrive at your doorstep.
Sync any of these high-quality designs from popular artists and licenses right to your Shopify store by visiting Connect.RageOn.com!
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"With the vast adoption of mobile, more and more people (especially millennials) are learning of brands and making purchases through Instagram.
As a Shopify store owner, this is now more important than ever since Instagram just launched a new product tagging feature that is currently available to approved businesses in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Brazil.
This brand new feature allows the Shopify store to directly tag their products inside of their posted Instagram picture. This means that your fans can access and shop your products directly from Instagram.
To access this shopping experience, your fans would click on the Instagram photo that you tagged to display the product name and the product price. Once they click “Shop Now”, it will bring them to the product page on your website where they can go through your shopping experience, and be tracked by your website’s pixels and cookies.
So how do you tag products in your posts on Instagram?
Once your store is approved for shopping on Instagram, you will want to update to the latest version of the Instagram app on your mobile device. You would then want to enable product tagging within your Instagram profile. In order to enable product tagging, click on the gear (or settings) icon on your profile, tap Shopping (under Business Settings), select the product catalog that you want to use, and tap Done.
If you don’t see Shopping under your Business Settings, this means that your account is not yet approved for shopping on Instagram or still under review for access to the feature.
To tag products in your posts:
1. Select a photo and add a caption, effects and filters
2. Tap the products in the photo that you want to tag
3. Enter the names of the products you want to tag, then select them as they appear in the search box
4. Tap Done
5. Tap Share
It’s possible to tag products in both new and older/existing posts on your Instagram account. Up to 5 products can be tagged per single-image post or 20 products per multi-image post.
This new Instagram feature will help you better convert your Instagram audience and also makes purchasing on mobile easier than ever for your fans!
Want to learn more? Get more info directly from Facebook here.
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It's the National Weed Appreciation Day, so what better way to celebrate than an epic RageOn T-Shirt contest! Here's how to enter:
- Design the best 420/Weed T-Shirt using the RageOn iOS App or Web.
- Use hashtag #RageOnWeedContest in your product posts so that we can track your entries! You may submit more than one design.
- Push your friends and family to create an account on RageOn and Like/Super Like/Comment on your contest entries. This will boost the product higher in the Popular Section.
The 3 most popular weed designs on our Community Favorites in the last 30 Days on April 20th, 2017 will win!
Popularity will be calculated by an algorithm that factors in Likes, Super Likes, and Comments. This means that the more Likes, Super Likes, and Comments that you have on your t-shirt, the higher your t-shirt will rank!
How do you rank higher?
Follow other users, like their products, and share your designs with your social network! This will drive more visibility and engagement towards your brand! Also, the more awesome Weed-themed t-shirts that you upload, the higher of a chance you have of creating a KILLER one that people LOVE. Don't forget to check the popular section on RageOn for real time updates on what's trending.
How do the prizes work?
1st Place: Win a $100 Gift Card, blog interview, featured spot on our contest page.
2nd Place: Win a $75 Gift Card!
3rd Place: Win a $25 Gift Card!
Contest ends Friday, April 20th, 2018. The winners will be announced via Facebook Live on the RageOn Facebook page so stay tuned!
RageOn reserves the right to use any uploaded designs for promotional and commercial purposes related to the 420 Contest and all RageOn 420 Contest partners.
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During this age of online competition where there is a constant struggle to be the best or have your online presence be forgotten, it's difficult to keep your clients engaged. This is because there are so many offers out there that continuously try to pull them out of your brand's reach.
So, the best way to increase your clientele and be able to continue grabbing their attention is by remarketing or retargeting. It's a method which surely works. It's also very light on the pocket of the investor when done correctly.
Below are the 9 best possible ways to retarget and retain your clients (target audience) which will help your brand to grow and beat your competitors.
1. Buck Up Your SEO
The first thing that you are supposed to do is bucking up your SEO on both your blogs and your website. It's essential to make use of the latest SEO techniques if you want a large chunk of the audience to turn your way. Those days are obsolete when dumping specific keywords in an article got you the desired results online.
Google penalizes this practice, and the audience out there has grown smart, now being capable of identifying a blog post decked with keywords. Strong content and strong SEO will attract your desired audience towards your product.
2. Identify Your Audience
Know who your audience is because without that, all the SEO and content best practices are useless. It's recommended to create complete profiles of all your customers with information regarding their age, gender, career, income, lifestyle, etc.
It's also essential to know what they are expecting from you as a brand (their pain points) and whether or not you're fulfilling all their desires/needs. Deepen your research and try to find all those intricate details as this will distinguish you and your brand from the rest. If you are already using Facebook advertising, we recommend using Audience Insights to learn more about who your customers are.
3. Create Engaging Content
Both your customers and Google’s algorithm always appreciate online content that's unique, engaging, to the point, and relevant. It should immediately address the issues of your customers and present a suitable solution to it. This increases your SERP ranking and also adds to your clientele.
4. Control Your Expenses By Deciding A Budget
Knowing your limitations and funds is extremely important before engaging in a marketing campaign to either reach out to new clients or for retaining the ones you already have. Set your goals according to your budget as marketing and retargeting strategies usually work on a cost-per-click basis.
5. Choose The Right Platform
Finding and using the right platform is very important when it comes to retargeting as you should know the best way to engage with your audience. Facebook ads, display ads, and email marketing are some of the best ways to retarget your audience based upon abandoned carts, etc. Make smart choices and don't hasten your way into it.
6. Create A Target Audience List
A good business analytic would know how much time someone would spend on their site on an average and that's very important as it mainly impacts the client's response. It's a smart move to target people who spend at least five minutes or more on your site or someone who added something to their cart and left.
You need to judge how serious they were about purchasing your product or service and how to turn their interest into a possible sale. These people (who show interest) are your primary goal when it comes to the kind of visitors you should target rather than those who visited for mere ten seconds or so.
7. Create A Remarketing Agenda
You can use the list approach to know your audience, or you can do what a smart business person would: track your visitors/audience by using cookies and pixels. There isn't only one option or path that leads to retargeting. Make your own retargeting strategy based upon what you think would resonate best with your target demographic.
8. Develop Your Ads
It's essential that your ads have an encapsulating call to action (CTA). It's foolish to have just one or two ads in this ferociously competitive market; try to have a few of them which are relevant and attractive. Keep a strict check on them, so you know which ones are effective and which need some more work.
You need to brainstorm all kinds of copy and creative that your audience will respond to and then pick the best one. It gets very redundant to see the same ad continuously so try to continuously add new content, even if it just means you changing the color scheme to keep the audience's interest intact.
9. Keep Recapitulating
Retargeting is your brand’s chance to make a strong second impression to potential customer. You shouldn’t let this chance go in vain. So, keep a regular check on your ads. Monitoring, analyzing, and optimizing them strictly is something that should be on your daily to-do list. It's not going to happen immediately, though. If you want your ad campaign to work then A/B testing should a priority as this keeps your advertising campaigns alive and productive (continually changing to retain clients).
Wrapping It Up
Retargeting and retaining your brand’s clients is possible if you follow some of the tips mentioned above. However, you’ll need to be patient and do the required amount of research to ensure you’re on the right track to hopefully gain the results you want.
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Marketing a business in this digital age may often seem daunting, but in reality, digitization makes marketing easier than ever, especially with tools like Facebook’s split testing. Previously it was extremely difficult to analyze which of your advertisement was gathering the most profit for you, and which one needed to be stopped. Let us teach you the basics of A/B testing and how it can greatly benefit your business!
What exactly is A/B testing?
Split testing or A/B testing is a Facebook Advertising feature that collects statistics on your different advertisement tests and compares them against each other to find out which of them yielded a benefit for your strategy and which one was inefficient.
A/B testing gives accurate results and is easy to implement. Furthermore, it can be used for testing anything, whether it’s determining which images/creatives work best, to which call to action plan attracts a greater audience, etc.
A/B testing is a very important tool for marketers. It has proven to greatly increase ROI, often in the 10x range, and not only that, but it helps businesses determine what their target audience prefers to see as well as how different variations like color schemes and images affect the consumer response to ads.
Steps to take for the most successful Facebook A/B testing:
1. Test a single variable:
It is very easy to get carried away with split testing, creating vastly different ads and then comparing them to each other. That makes it difficult for you to determine which factor contributed towards the success of that advertisement.
Instead, when creating an A/B test, your ads should be almost identical to each other with the exception of one major variable. Doing so will make analyzing which creative strategy was the most successful for you, easier.
2. Use multiple ad sets:
There are two ways to place an ad on Facebook - you can either place all your ad variations within one ad set, or you can place them under separate ad set. Going the ‘separate’ route is the better choice as this gives a more comprehensive comparison which makes it easier to clearly identify which ad is more successful.
3. Use the right audience:
Ideally, you should have a large enough audience for these tests, which are demographically accurate for your marketing campaign. If your target audience is too small, you will not be able to gather the most accurate representation.
However, make sure that the audience you are using for these tests is different than your other Facebook campaigns, or it might lead to biased results.
4. Set the most accurate time duration:
When creating a split test, you must always remember that you need to give just enough time for your ad test to run so that it reaches your intended audience. But it shouldn’t carried out for such a long time that it becomes repetitive and a waste to your budget.
The ideal time duration your ad test should run for lies between 4-14 days, after which you should have enough results to make your conclusions.
5. Create a budget:
Before you start creating ad tests, allocate a proper, well-thought out budget. Ad testing can easily get very costly if it’s not handled efficiently.
Therefore, always plan ahead, and be prepared for your estimated budget to exceed as well once your ad tests start rolling.
6. Stop the losing ads:
As time goes by, you will be able to easily identify which of the ad tests are winning and which are losing. Once you have identified those, you should stop the ads which didn’t gather the success other ads did, as continuing them would just be a burden on your budget as you work to grow your business.
Keep removing the ads which aren’t winning until you end up with the final ad which performed the best in you’re A/B testing, and use your newfound learnings to strategize your future marketing strategies.
Wrapping It Up
Knowing the proper way to use the Facebook A/B testing tool can offer a lot of benefits to your growth. However, remember to be patient when it comes to collecting proper data and learning from trial-and-error.
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We’re excited to announce that the winner of RageOn's Valentine's Day Design Contest is...
Congratulations on creating this super cute winning design: Dreamy Pizza Cutepid Cat T-Shirt! This adorable sweater was the #1 most popular design with the #RageOnVDayContest hashtag on our Community Favorites in the last 30 Days.
Prizes for this contest included:
- $150 Gift Card
- Blog Interview
- Homepage product placement for a week
- Featured spot on our contest page
We checked in with the winner for a special interview and to hear the back story of their relationship with RageOn:
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Give us some info on who you are!
CatLife is a collaborating team headed up by designer Abel Cabral from Florida, USA of @TheCreamPriest and programmer/marketer Peter Craig from SA, Australia of @ThisOnAShirt along with a growing team of other designers, collaborators and marketers from the ThisOnAShirt and extended communities.
What made you want to create an entire brand devoted to cats?
CatLife formed originally and exclusively on RageOn simply from a comment posted by Abel of @TheCreamPriest asking “does anyone have any tips to make sales?”. Peter of @ThisOnAShirt responded with an avalanche of private messages and over the next few weeks of emails, messages, advice and ideas across opposite time zones, the pair mutually agreed to head up a team built atop the already established ThisOnAShirt community of users to contribute to a new RageOn store.
We shortlisted a handful of our own favourite topics we shared interest in or felt the RageOn audience would appreciate most and settled on “cats” and “playing card designs”. Hence the @AllCats and @Cards accounts were born - AllCats later being changed to the CatLife we know today!
Where do you find inspiration for new designs?
We draw inspiration from our mutual interests, past proven successes and following trends.
Mutual Interests: Our mutual interests lie along the lines of outrageous, borderline offensive, pop culture parody - so a lot of our ideas stem from brainstorming various combinations of each until we all agree on an idea we simply can’t stop thinking about or just have to see on a product.
Past Proven Success: knowing what designs have been proven to popular or sells well from our own catalogue of successful products across the ThisOnAShirt community, helps us create unique variations or commission those designs directly. We also consider variations of our own designs when they show success within RageOn.
Following Trends: we often aim to apply an original spin on what’s trending within RageOn, for example, our successful “Cat Fight” design paying homage to RageOn’s popular “Thundercat” with an added “Rocky” parody and our “Ahegao cat collage” which parodies the popular Manga/Anime design.
Tell us about the cats in your real life. :)
Peter owns a family cat called “Cfor” (C for cat), it has the unique trait of not having a tail, having been docked by the vet after a near fatal car accident. Other team members are actually mostly dog lovers.
How do you know when a CatLife design is complete?
Some designs come together without much discussion and are posted with the confidence it’s complete. Others have taken up to weeks of negotiating, variations and tweaking until everyone is happy it’s as good as we’re able to make it. Then there are still a select few still in production, not yet refined enough to feel confident releasing just yet.
Designs usually go through an array of steps; brainstorming the idea, researching elements already available to us, setting up various mock-ups/candidates, reworking low-resolution assets into the highest resolutions available for best quality prints across all products, review and “product testing”. Before completion, designs are often shown to handfuls of test audiences (family, friends, and other collaborators) to determine first impressions, saleability, or suggestions for improvement.
What are your favorite things about RageOn?
RageOn provides a platform for designers an entrepreneurs to be able to quickly produce a range of products from their designs, along with benefiting from various commissions that rival other services and some not available elsewhere – earning a reasonable commission for sales of individual designs, commissions for affiliate and referral sales and commissions for simply supporting other designs via Super Likes.
There are numerous platforms and services for creating and selling products and designs, but RageOn has so far proven to be a stand-out with its extremely addictive community quality, following other stores and designs as a print-on-demand social network of sorts – it’s this addictive aspect that continues to draw us back to the platform daily that stands as our favourite aspect of RageOn.
Do you have any advice for other RageOn creators?
Starting out can be tough and slow at first, but keep consistent and persistent, reach out to other users with positive feedback and support for their work and consider teaming up with other users that suit your style and interest. Collaboration has proven so far to be satisfying in reaching a greater end goal that could have been achieved individually, along with producing quality designs and ideas that expand beyond our own style.
What other RageOn stores do you enjoy following?
There tends to be a strong mutual respect for and friendly rivalry between other collaboration groups that we enjoy seeing contributions from – their continued collaboration, support and teamwork is highly commendable; @Collaborations, @OrgyByDesign, @Parody, @BigTexFunkadelic, @MarkyMark123, @Mashups, @DreadPirateRoberts among others.
Which design from the CatLife brand is your favorite?
“Thundercat Cat Fight Champion” is our best-seller and our overall favourite design, for its combination of outrageous style, based on a parody of “Rocky” and “Muhammad Ali” and for its simplicity.
“Ahegao cat collage” is a close runner-up for its combination of parody, original idea and effort to make.
Where can people find your work?
- @CatLife | @TheCreamPriest | Facebook
- @ThisOnAShirt | thisonashirt.com
- @Cards | @StringPortraits | stringportraits.com | YouTube
Thank you to CatLife for sharing their story and a big thank you to all of the artist who participated! Were you one of the many creators hoping to win this contest? Don't sweat it- we're always offering new ways to win exclusive merch, discounts, and other prizes. Stay tuned for updates!
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RageOn products are already the highest quality! They don’t peel, crack, or fade. However, even the best quality products only look the best when the highest quality artwork is printed on them!
As an artist we give you the freedom to express yourself and create killer products without restrictions! However, for best results we strongly recommend that you use high quality images (.jpg or .png format) that are a minimum of 5000 x 7000 px with a resolution of 150-300 dpi. Images should be no larger than 20MB to prevent loading delays.
Printing on clothing is very similar to printing a photo. The bigger the item, the higher the resolution needs to be in order to get a crisp clean image.
To determine the dimensions of an image saved on your computer, right click and select “Properties” if you are using a PC or “Get Info” if you are using a Mac. You’ll find the size and other information in this menu.
You can also find the resolution and dimensions of an image by opening it in an editing application such as Photoshop or Paint.
Low quality image used. :-(
High quality Image Used! :-)
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Your company is opting for an influencer marketing approach. But there are several questions confronting your teams. Should they choose a macro influencer or a micro influencer? What if the influencer endorses a competing brand in the near future? These are only two of the several issues confronting influencer engagement.
At TedX BandraSalon hosted at the Godrej headquarters in Mumbai, Sowmya Iyer of DViO spoke about these dilemmas confronting marketers and ways and means to surpass them. She said that a detailed study of digital influencer led marketing campaigns over the last few years had revealed some trends.
First, a macro influencer saw a drop in the rate of engagement, while those brands preferring a micro influencer saw higher rates of engagement.
For every influencer who had under 20,000 followers, the engagement rate was as high as 7.5 per cent. It dropped to five per cent when the influencer had a following in the range of 20,000 to 40,000. The engagement rate was only 2.7 per cent when influencers had a following of anywhere between 40,000 to 1,00,000 and the engagement rate went down further when it goes beyond 1,00,000.
"Deep dive into the data further and you get the picture," she told the audience.
She added that micro influencers make an effort to engage with fans and have one-to-one conversations and followers. "The macro influencer has a larger audience to address and they have to be relevant to that audience as well," she said.
However there was a rider: It's wrong to make a sweeping statement that macro does not work and only micro does drive engagement.
"There is a decline in trust on what people see in digital today. How does one get around it? People see through inauthenticity very quickly," she said.
Iyer said that a practical guide to influencer marketing would be in viewing it not as content versus reach, but through the lens of authenticity.
She emphasised that authenticity matters whether you have a successful campaign or not and said that there were several levels to measure authenticity.
At the basic level, the authenticity was at a bare minimum.
Level two: The authenticity of a campaign goes up several notches, when you are able to map the audience that the influencer has on his list.
Level three: It goes higher when influencer matches the ethos of the brand, and they create content that adds value to the followers.
Level four: Brands co-create content with the influencer and the amplification brands can build is if influencers or fans are advocating the brand irrespective of whether the brand is talking or engaging wih them or not.
Level five: The brand becomes a part of the community, then it’s the epitome of influencer marketing.
Some examples: Zara co-created fashion with influencers and even used them as models in its catalogue to create the impression of accessible fashion. Red Bull brought in talent in the form of Parkour athletes who did not have enough reach, but the brand uses its reach and amplification with Parkour athletes to take the level of engagement to another level.
Source: Campaign India
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Whether you are just starting, ready to make a go of it, or a Fortune 500 brand, RageOn offers plans specifically designed to meet your needs. Here’s how they work:
There are four RageOn Plans - Free, Starter, Business (our most popular plan!), and Enterprise. You can see all of the RageOn Plans details here. Under the “Monthly Price” header, you can toggle between Base Price/Item, Profit, Margin, and Goals to see the differences between the plans.
All users that sign up are automatically opted into the Free plan - and that’s right, it’s FREE! If you choose to upgrade in order to gain higher benefits and features, you would join one of the paid plans, depending on what your needs are.
You can upgrade (or downgrade) your plan at any time! If you’re currently on the Free plan and would like to upgrade, simply sign up for a paid plan here.
The biggest difference between the plans are commission and customization levels. If you are serious about selling, have been selling merchandise for a while, or want things “your way”, going with a business or enterprise plan would be your best bet.
Have further questions? Visit our FAQ page here or shoot us an email at email@example.com. As a serious seller, we also recommend for you to join our exclusive Facebook group here to further connect with our team and the RageOn creator community!
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