This was heavily inspired by my Ninja Turtle Designs I went through earlier. Like I mentioned before, I did really well with this technique for a good while. It was so simple yet appealed so well! I've been watching Dragon Ball Z for my whole child hood. Even now I'll watch some clips on Youtube and I'm waiting for the new Movie to be released in Australia. I assumed, what I'd find cool, others would find cool since I'm part of the very own demographic I was promoting to! Design The design was pretty much the same as the TMNT one but with DBZ characters. It didn't take too long to make at all. I always go with white silhouettes on black merchandise. It's always worked well for me when targeting males. It's also cheap to produce which keeps your profit margins high. Notice I'm pushing Hoodies? The profit margin on these hoodies was about $17, almost twice as much as a shirt! Marketing Below is a screenshot of my targeting on FaceBook. Looking back I could have done so much better! Again, I cringe every time I see countries being lumped together like that. I've mentioned before that different countries behave differently and so should be analysed individually. The targeting is VERY broad. One of the reasons for that was to get enough of a demographic size to work with. The biggest problem with thee type of designs is that the demographic size is usually too low to target. I don't go for anything under 50k, especially now. If the demographic size didn't matter, I would have targeted Dragonball Z movies and games. The 'shop now' button worked quite well and eventually I started adding an arrow to the image pointing to the button. It made it very clear where you had to go to buy one. I always aim for clarity when I'm marketing anything. Whether that means to keep information at a minimum so people don't get overwhelmed with too much reading or having only one product on a clear background with a simple buy button making it very direct, what action I want them to take. Costs/Revenue/Profit Total Cost: $3,183.85 Total Revenue: $6,377.54 Profit: 3,193.69 100% ROI, nice! A cool 3k from all that is pretty good although it could have been much higher. I think, if I were to have done this properly, I could have made an extra 1-2k profit. I spent way too much by bunching countries together. I didn't collect the audience for retargeting and to make a 'lookalike' audience, etc. If you noticed the TMNT design actually made me a $50 loss BUT the campaign concept as a whole made me great money. This is why it's always good to move forward in affiliate marketing or anything you want to master. You always learn something that can benefit you in the future even if it makes you a loss initially. Learnings DBZ is a buyer demographic, this was made apparent after this campaign and especially after seeing a lot more dbz merchandise sell from other Teespringers. This was one of the best age + interest targeted campaigns I had and it was also one that taught me the importance of NOT bunching my countries together.