Monday, July 14, 2014

Design and Sell T Shirts Online: Some ideas @eBay @Influenster #ebaysellingguides #contest

Disclosure: I received an opportunity to share my knowledge with my readers via Influenster.  I am posting as part of a contest to win a prize for sharing this information.

T-shirts are a hot item in the internet marketplace.  Think about it. People wear t-shirts all the time and everyone has more than one. You can always use a new t-shirt especially if it is a cool color or it has an interesting logo that appeals to you. Start out with these ideas and you will have an excellent finished product. 

First Things First
First you want to choose whether you are going to sell your own brand or logo custom t-shirts, a name-brand or no-brand basic t-shirts.  This is very important. How hard can it be to do that? Not that challenging, in fact, you might already have that part covered. How hard can it be to do that? Then there are two basic steps at this point. You want to sell t-shirts and make a profit. Very simple and easy. You can start here at the Ebay Listing Flow to get some ideas.

Thinking Things Out
The t-shirt itself needs to be carefully thought out. You want to do this right and have a t-shirt that has a purpose and be effective whether it is plain or has a special logo. You want to do it well because you want the end result…to make a profit. When you are selling a t-shirt, you are asking your buyer to wear, represent, and actually be a partner to your brand.  Define clearly what your t-shirt represents and tell them why they would want to wear it. This will get them interested and even promote social sharing. This is the key to selling. You can go to the Seller Center homepage to start yourself going.

Some Ideas to Start With
A few examples would be, “It provides effective wicking so that when you sweat it dries quickly and keeps you feeling comfortable during any activity,” or “Your friends will posting your amazing new t-shirt look on their iphone with hashtags like #coolfriendstee #bestlogoever so fast your head will spin.” 

Get Moving
That’s it in a nutshell. Start with one or two good designs or logos. Don’t bite off more than you can chew initially. You want a few effective products and you will be successful. Get cracking now and head over to the Seller Center.

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