I am still adding designs to the site and thinking about adding a photo of the image on the actual shirt. Anyone know if that helps sell the shirts better? Any comments would be appreciated, good or bad.
I think having actual photos of the shirts helps to give customers more confidence that you actually have printed shirts available and aren't some fly-by-night company, and it also helps to see how the shirts fit (and help picture themselves in the shirt).
I just took a look at the site and I would say you should at least use mock up images of the design on a shirt until you can get actual photos. That will help orientate shoppers and let them know for sure that they are buying "t-shirts".
Congratulations on getting this far. Excellent job on the web site... easy to navigate...some good slogans and design. Overall pretty good concerning no actual photos of the final product. Good Luck in the future
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