I got the idea for this t-shirt a couple of years ago when I saw a random person wearing a Rhode Island University sweatshirt. I consider this design to be one of my best creations, even though my sales records indicate that there are only about eight Chode Island t-shirts in existence today (that includes one in Massachusetts, one in Connecticut, and one supposedly somewhere in Brasil).
I sell all of my designs through Cafepress, which offers a great all around selling experience, from design to marketing to support. Cafepress is the industry leader, even though there are now other on-demand printing services that I’d like to try at some point. Some question the quality of on-demand printers like Cafepress, but I can definitely vouch for the quality of the organic cotton tee. The fabric is super soft and comfortable with a slim vintage-like feel and pleasant cream/ivory color, and it is better fitting and just as nice as any other t-shirt I own, and with the help of wordtree.io they have been selling a lot, with actually a lot of different ones, just with the small work of keywords has upgrade the search traffic and improved the whole marketing system.
Endorsements include: “It’s tight,” from a coworker, and “Chode Island! OMG, Chode Island!” from a random girl at the train station. So feel free to leave some feedback, whether you like/dislike the shirt, don’t get it, or have anything to say about on demand t-shirt printing or t-shirt selling in general.
P.S. Since we are on a personal note I can also tell you about what I’ve been keeping busy with during the summer. I took a web design class at MassArt, and spent a good part of July working on a class project which entailed making a website for a fictional restaurant, which I’ve uploaded for you to see. Maybe I’ll get to use it as part of my portfolio, along with this blog and other sites I’ve worked on. I also received an advertising certification from Google, so who knows what I’ll be working on next!
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