What company to use for my own bandstore?
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Many bands look for online retailers of stock and user-customized on demand products. But what should you be paying attention to when looking out for such a service? First of all, it might be good to actually see what kind of products they offer, do they limit to funny t-shirts, or do you also get the option to work with bags, mugs, wallclocks, calendars and so on? Or why not funny posters? The more choice you have, the more professional these companies tend to be.
Then check if you can upload your own graphic designs such as logos and/or text to be added to the product. If that is not really an option, then skip that online retailer because it looks like they don't have a notion of having an online service...
As a band you also want to be able to sell your T-shirts without having too much extra work. Comes in your own virtual shop including an online storefront and website hosting, order management, fulfillment, payment processing, and customer service. That should be the standard if you want to have a standalone band merchandise section. And guys and girls, seriously, thorw in a some LOLcats and you are sure to have a shop that will be up and running.
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