If you are like me and one of your income streams is from print on demand clothing, prints, and accessories then you surely have searched the internet at least once for mockups to show of your designs in a eye catching way. Let's face it, when you have 500-1,000 designs up on a site it can look kind of stale when every image you share across the internet has the same cookie cutter template and not to mention you look just like your competition just with a different design. To potential customers looking at a wall of Amazon Merch images shared on a Facebook page or pinterest they will all start to look the same because they all look like they are on the same shirt with a different design on top of them.
When you use mockup templates you allow your customers to see what the shirt and design can look like in different angels and situations and it adds diversity to your images you share to your social channels across the web. You can stand out of the crowd when everyone else is sharing the same default image from Amazon's website or any other print on demand website. The point of the mockup is to add diversity and stand out from the crowd in the sea of images floating across all the social networks out there.
Not all mockups are free and in most cases you could potentially spend up to $50 dollars for a high quality mockup depending on where you get it. There are many sites offering free mockups and that is exactly what I have been using but when you are looking to have several mockups to have a lot of diversity and to also have a different type of image for every product you offer it can be difficult and time consuming to hunt down all the free mockups you would actually like to use. Not only do you have to sift through all the paid mockups but they are also mixed in with mockups for smart phones, product boxes, computer website examples and many other types of mockups. In fact the majority of what you will find is for electronics and product advertising.
What I have done is simplified all of this and created a simple basic and plain blog that is bare bones and just has links straight to the download page for tons of great clothing mockups on websites that do not ask for email addresses and don't bombard you with pop-ups or pop-unders. I will continuously be adding to the blog for years to come and recommend you bookmark the blog in case you ever need a specific mockup that you are looking for one day. I do not own the rights to the mockups nor do i host them on my website. They all link back to the original creators website so I do not want to take credit for anything but simply linking to the actual download buttons. In fact I went through the hassle of clicking through a few pages on each mockup until i reached the actual download button to save you time. With a fast Internet connection, you could potentially download 20 mockups in about 5 minuets. Now tell me that's not a time saver!
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THE LINK TO THE MOCKUP BLOG IS HERE