Why T-Shirts are Better Than PPC

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Many people are spending the cost of a good t-shirt just to get a few clicks. For as little as $3.50 to $5.00, you can get a white cotton t-shirt with your ad on it. A good t-shirt can do a lot for your company.

Many people are spending the cost of a good t-shirt just to get a few clicks. For as little as $3.50 to $5.00, you can get a white cotton t-shirt with your ad on it. A good t-shirt can do a lot for your company. The person you give the shirt to will be greatly impacted by your message. They'll feel a true connection to your company. They will become a valuable spokesperson willing to endorse your company to anyone that asks.

Their immediate friends and family will be inundated with ad impressions every day the t-shirt is worn. Inquiries and curiosities will be answered by the t-shirt wearer - a true believer, an unpaid salesperson for your company. In addition, hundreds, and even thousands of people, will be exposed to your ad during the normal course of the day when your company sponsor is proudly wearing your t-shirt.

And, talk about added value! The way you give away your t-shirts can be very creative and make your new sponsor feel great about getting the t-shirts. Using contests, drawings or as gifts of appreciation, these are just a few ways to use the t-shirts to your advantage by making your new sponsor feel good about being chosen to receive a free t-shirt.

Good T-Shirts can last years, even a decade or two in some cases. Your investment in this type of advertising does not expire when your visitor clicks away from your site to surf others. It lasts for years and affects many people intimately. It's a great advertising medium.

To get the best value in buying t-shirts, post your project here and get bids from multiple manufacturers to produce it for you.

http://www.CustomT-Shirts.Info

Create a cool t-shirt and people will seek you out and ask for your advertisement. That's powerful advertising.

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