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Checklist every t-shirt store should follow – Part I (0)

Published on June 25th, 2008. By

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I previously wrote a post on tips if you want your store published

which could be added to this as well – but this post is to help you critique your own store based off my experiences to best please your customers and gain sales.




Show large detail of your artwork.. Glennz tee’s is a great example of full sized art being shown so that you can see the detail and quality of the work.





Show an actual printed t-shirt with the design the customer is looking for. If you only show the art how is the customer suppose to see if the print isn’t crap ? Fuzzy Ink has the right idea – showing 3 different views of the artwork and the printed tee.




















Define your shirts with brand name and size charts. Don’t force your readers to leave your site by saying you only print on AA shirts but don’t show the size chart directly on your site. NoiseBot gives great detail when it comes to correctly describing their shirts.

5.3 oz., 100% cotton, preshrunk (Heather Grey: 90% cotton/10% polyester). Seamless double-needle collar; taped neck and shoulders; double-needle sleeve and bottom hems. Imported. Made under strict anti-sweatshop conditions.


















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