Hi Hamster girl,FatHamsterGirl said:
Twinge said:Your prices are a bit higher than the average, so I'm curious if you're still selling well? You do have a nice store setup, and I imagine the your sister modeling could potentially bring in extra sales.
Wow THANK YOU! It's great to have another pair of critical eyes. All the times I've gone over everything I hadn't even noticed that it's mispelled.....or did I? (tee hee)sethmats said:Hi Hamster girl,
Your site is very clean and easy to use. You may want to integrade the option of paypal as well as credit cards. Seems like a lot of t-shirt buyers buy from ebay already and have paypal accounts. Just a thought. The photos are very clean and entertaining for sure. I can see your designs doing well in boutiques. I like the skull w/ the bow. Very Paul Frankish... The prices seem high but you must know from a girls point of view that they can sell for that. My wife buys jeans for $175 so a shirt for $26 is nothing to her though she is picky about the cut of shirts. Are you using any certain brand of t-shirt? Seems like most people are using american apparel these days. I found another kewl shirt company called alternative apparel online. Oh, and next level in LA makes some nice girls shirts too...
Im glad to see you have so many responses. Nice to be a cute girl I guess... Lots of perks!
P.S. You may have done this on purpose but "shopping" cart is misspelled on the website.
I used http://www.zilron.com/storecreator/index.html for my quickie cart on http://www.chicoshirts.com It's worked really well for me.Twinge said:If you're looking for a decent free shopping cart program, you might want to check out zencart.com. There's also oscommerce.com, but I haven't used that one myself.
Do you print your own tees?Rodney said:I know of a few good ones, but I'm probably biased
As far as shopping carts go, I have heard good things about oscommerce as well.