Opened the store in 2002, aimed at a low cost solution to high quality t-shirts. The same theory exists today with going to thrift stores all over the country and buying high quality shirts at a low price.
Still selling the shirts at a low price (they have never been more than $5.00) provides a margin for the owner as well as a low cost for the customer.
I simply am moving to a different part in my life and I can no longer maintain the store and would like to see it thrive. Some vitals: - #1 in organic search rankings for "Thrift store shirts" - ~ 300 email address available to communicate with via email marketing - Email marketing templates and reports available for re-use - Facebook fan base of ~800 to communicate and get your message out - Twitter fan base of ~1000 to communicate and get your message out - Google analytics installed and working - ~150 t-shirts in inventory and available for purchase on the site. Hangers includes with t-shirts if necessary. - Logo and style has been consistent throughout its 15 year history - Google adwords available to be turned on and reused - Google remarketing ads available to be turned on and reused - Site is responsive and has been mobile optimized for checkout
There is great potential with this store, so long as you have the time to put into it, which is what I ran out of. The more shirts in the inventory, the more sales you will get. Email and Facebook marketing really works. The entire system is setup and ready to go from processing to marketing.
Financials and traffic
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