The T-Shirt Revolution: How to Create a Killer Brand and Build a Following Online Forever. (Paperback)

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The T-Shirt Revolution: How to Create a Killer Brand and Build a Following Online Forever. (Paperback)

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The T-Shirt Revolution: How to Create a Killer Brand and Build a Following Online Forever.

The t-shirt business, or more specifically the market for selling t-shirts online, has been red hot for some years. If you Google "T-Shirt Success Story," you will see countless accounts of people who have built a thriving t-shirt marketing empire from scratch.

Many of these individuals now regularly bring in five figures every month thanks to the sales of professionally designed t-shirts. Naturally, this is fascinating to everyone who has ever dreamed of escaping the 9-5 grind. And this begs the question: why are designer t-shirts so well received? In a word, it's because they are the ideal niche product.


As such, they speak to everyone's inherent need to express their uniqueness to the world. No matter what your specialization, passion, way of life, core values, or defining characteristic may be, you are welcome here. Whatever it may be, you can get a t-shirt with it printed on it and wear it to "brand" yourself.

T-shirts' continued appeal stems from their ability to help people stand out from the crowd in the face of the monotony of everyday life. At the cheap, low price of twenty dollars, anyone can shed their identity and publicly pledge loyalty to whatever causes most resonate with them.

What's constantly fascinating is that the t-shirt was originally and still is mostly an undershirt. Once popularized in the early 20th century, the "plain white tee" served as a blank canvas for marketers in the latter half of the last century who sought to link brand and lifestyle with the individual id.

The concert t-shirt of the 1970s and 1980s can be seen as the ancestor of today's t-shirt fad. In those days, rock 'n' roll was on its way to becoming a major industry. Major bands started realizing that they were a brand and could sell merchandise besides only music to their devoted following. The fans, on the other hand, were completely devoted to specific groups, and they were not ashamed to show it. Concerts by popular musicians were often seen as a social status symbol.

In this book you will learn how to:

- Find out how to choose winning ideas almost every time

- Learn how to create outstanding t-shirt designs, even if you have no experience with Photoshop

- Learn how to promote your t-shirts without spending a fortune on marketing designs that may or may not sell

- Find out how to pick the best t-shirt printing business (This has the potential to make or ruin your company )

- And a lot more

Product Details ISBN: 9798215425404
Publisher: Lost Diamond Publishers
Publication Date: March 16th, 2023
Pages: 68
Language: English