Do you want to start selling vtuber merch?

Fan merch is the stuff you sell to your fans directly. It might be t-shirts, hats, pins, mugs, or any number of other items with your brand name on them.

First things first, you’ll need to determine what merch you want to make. Is there a running meme in your community? Maybe you should make that into a merch! Or maybe you have a lot of fans who love your emotes, in that case you can turn those into stickers! And if your community wants something they can wear, maybe a t-shirt?

But wait—you can’t just throw anything out there without thinking it through. You need to think about how much time it’ll take to create this merchandise, whether or not people will actually buy it, and if there’s enough demand for it in order for you to actually make money off of it.

Determine what merch you want to make.

Making and selling your own fan merch as a Vtuber can be a great way to make some extra money, but it’s important to make sure you’re choosing merch that is actually worth buying.

Before you start making anything, you should ask yourself: What do people want? Is there a demand for what I’m thinking of making? If the answer is yes, then go ahead and start brainstorming ideas.

You might want to ask your community, friends or manager (if you have one) what they would buy if they were a fan of your channel.

Find the right printer.

You can’t just pick the first place you see on Google—you need to find someone who will do a good job of printing your designs and delivering them to you on time. Start by looking up local printers in your area and asking around in your community for recommendations.

Then, look at their websites and social media pages to see what kind of work they’ve done in the past—does it look professional? Does it match my brand identity?

Set a budget.

When you’re making and selling your own fan merch as a vtuber, you’ll want to consider setting a budget. How much money do you want to make per month? Are there any costs associated with creating your merch? Do you need to hire someone else to help make it? These are all things that you should take into consideration when setting your budget.

Make a list of every type of product you’d like to make and sell. This can include t-shirts, hats, mugs, etc. It’s important not just to think about what kinds of products you’d like to see in stock but also what kinds of designs would look good on those products.

For example, if you’re going to have an online store where people can buy items directly from you then it might be worth considering creating something more abstract or artistic than if they were purchasing items at an offline event where they could see all the options up close before deciding which one they wanted.

Next up comes pricing! How much should each item cost? We suggest looking at similar items from other creators as well as keeping in mind what kind of audience you have so that people who

You don’t want to spend too much money on merchandise that isn’t going to sell. You also don’t want to skimp on quality if it means that fans won’t want to buy from you again.

Make sure your merch is branded.

Branding is one of the most important things you can do when it comes to selling something online. It helps customers remember who they’re buying from, and it makes them feel more comfortable when they’re buying from someone new.

But what does branding actually mean?

It means making sure everything you sell has your name or VTuber Avatar on it somewhere, so people can see it easily when they look at your product online or in person.

It also means making sure all of your marketing materials have branding on them as well—your website should have your name on it (or at least a link back to your social media page).

Create a hashtag for people to use when taking photos of themselves wearing/using your merch.

Create a hashtag for people to use when taking photos of themselves wearing/using your merch.

For example, if you’re were selling plushies, you might make want to take inspiration from Kenji, who used ##kenjiplush for his plushies!

This will help you find all the photos of people using your merch so you can repost them on your social media accounts and tag them in the caption, or you can just use your art tag!

Get social.

First, you need to figure out who your fans are. This can be tricky because they may not actually be fans of YOU, but rather of a specific character or style that you portray on your channel.

Once you know who your fans are and where they’re coming from, it’s time to decide on what kind of goods will best serve them and bring in profits for yourself—and keep in mind that there’s no one-size-fits all approach here! If there

Don’t be afraid to ask for help!

If you want to start selling your own fan merch, but don’t know where to begin, there are plenty of resources out there. Just do a quick search online or ask around on Twitter or Instagram, and you’ll probably find someone who has experience doing this kind of thing and would love to give you some advice!

So many people are willing to give advice and help you out when it comes to growing your channel and making money from it. You just have to be willing to ask for that help and take advantage of it when it’s offered.

Takeaway: Try making your own fan merchandise for fun and profit.

Diversifying into related markets can help a small business grow and establish itself in the same niche! There are also other ways to earn from Vtubing to supplement your merch sales.

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