So I've just had my entry for the Horror comp approved and I was trying to brainstorm ideas on how to promote it. But then I was wondering if it's really worth it. Not because I'm being cynical, purely because I'm curious.
The goal of any sub is to get a high enough score to get printed yes? If I promote the hell out of my sub and get say, 800 people to score it, does that give me a better chance of getting a higher score? Or do I stand a better/equal chance of getting a high score if only 600 people score my design? I'm sure someone can show me with maths what the odds are.
I guess my biggest question is, does Threadless take into consideration the number of people that scored your design/number of comments in deciding what to print? Because, for example, that seemed to vary in this week's shirts but they all got printed.
So, thoughts? What is your strategy? Does it work?