We have differing opinions about our t-shirts. We will not say who is for what side, though would like to pose this question to the public as we cannot come to any resolution.
- 150 shirts will be distributed to avid readers of our site as part of a challange. They are plain white shirts with printing on one side ONLY (front).
Which of these two options for the front of the shirt will:1) generate more conversation?2) be worn more in public?3) ultimately be responsible for more traffic on our website?
Please comment below the post, and include any applicable expertise (for example, if you design t-shirts or are an online marketing executive, that information would be helpful)
Update 9/20/08:Thank you for all of your comments! We decided to compromise with this option:
While there are still words below the logo, they aren’t as “in your face”. We were surprised we differed so much in opinion about this. At times we were bantering like husband and wife.Dan favored going without the website words because he thought: “T-shirts don’t motivate people to go to websites. People do. We need an army of people selling our ideas. The logo is interesting and cool enough that people would want to wear it more and that t-shirt will generate more conversation about the website.”Dave couldn’t comprehend going without the URL because people wouldn’t know where to go on the web without it.
Last modified: July 24, 2018