One of the biggest mistakes I've made in the past year or so is having a romantic relationship with targetr review. I started my business on Teespring and ran most of my t-shirts through their platform over the past few years. Recently, I've slowly began to move away from Teespring and right before wrapping up this course, I wanted to include this last section to make a suggestion based on me wanting you to WIN. I suggest moving away from Teespring and moving to Shopify and fulfilling your tshirt with Either Gearbubble dropship program or Custom Cat. My romantic relationship with Teespring blinded me for a while but I knew there were better options out there, I just took a while to open my eyes. In order to put YOU in the best position to succeed, I want to suggest what I feel is the absolute best thing for you to do. If you are wondering who I'd choose between Gearbubble and Custom Cat, for tshirts, I would say Custom Cat. Gearbubble's good for mugs but if you are going to focus your attention in on selling t-shirts, which I would suggest to keep things simple, I'd roll with Custom Cat. Why? One major reason. With other platforms, we lose A LOT of buyers because of slow shipping times. Custom Cat ships out in 24 – 48 hours. At least that's what it advertises and even if they are a few days behind, they are faster than anyone else on the market, period. That alone is a reason to move to them because it will increase your conversion rate as long as you set your store up correctly to be trusted, which is not hard and we'll go over it in the videos. Custom Cat has also received some really good reviews for their targetr review, which is a very, very good thing as well. Of course, you want your customers to be super happy with their shirts so they want to come back and spend more money with you, Custom Cat does this well and maybe better than most of the other guys. It may sound like I have some kind of relationship with them by now or something, and I don't. I literally just think it's the best option as far as selling tshirts online so I want to make sure I suggest the best to you guys so I put you in the best position to win. Another thing, last but not least, the margins are greater. Currently, they have a basic tee for $6 which is incredibly ridiculous, allowing you to have margins upward of $17 - $18 just for a t-shirt. This allows you way more wiggle room with your FB ads and ultimately you will make more money if it goes on to sell well. Faster shipping, better quality, bigger margins – the answer is clear. Custom Cat costs but again, who cares. It's worth it and the investment will be pennies compared to the money you can make if you put this system to work. Guys, get out there and HUSTLE.