By Evan Carmichael on June 30th, 2011
In this video I answer a question from one of my readers Kristopher who asked:
Hey Evan,thank you for such good advice. I am a teen entrepreneur starting a t-shirt business with goals of expanding into a clothing line.
I designed my website, and currently working on my online store. I am constantly soliciting guidance. I also started a blog, and reading your latest article gives me good insight on blogs.
I am also on facebook. I have a personal page, and business page (bubblewear clothing)but I still find it difficult to generate leads & feedback. Please take a look at my fb page, and also look at my site, http://www.bubblewearclothing.com.
The concept of the business is graffiti style lettering with positive messages which I design myself. My demographics are ages 13 – 25.
What are your thoughts regarding using the word graffiti in my business model?
Due to the stigma, do you think it hurts my business?
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