How to Sell More T-Shirts in 23 Days–Day 21

Once you create a Facebook page for your business, the next step is creating ads. It's easier than you think. Marty Weintraub's book explains how.


Even if you don’t have a website for your business, there’s no reason why you can’t have a Facebook page. You’ve probably heard good and bad things about making a Facebook business page, but there’s no reason to be afraid of looking into this powerful marketing tool. If you really don’t feel confident, there are many people you can hire for a small fee who will help you create a page, but it’s actually pretty easy to do yourself. Facebook has made it easier than ever to create a page for your business. You can use this page to post events you might be having, such as pre-season sales or holiday specials. You can post pictures of your latest creations. You can also use the page to create your own ads and actively market in your community. It’s a great way to communicate with your customers and let them know that you are up to date and using the latest technology. Not sure what a Facebook page is and how it works?

Here it is right from the pages of Facebook:

Pages are for organizations, businesses, celebrities, and bands to broadcast great information in an official, public manner to people who choose to connect with them. Similar to profiles, Pages can be enhanced with applications that help the entity communicate and engage with their audiences, and capture new audiences virally through friend recommendations, News Feed stories, Facebook events, and beyond.You can create and manage a Facebook Page for your organization from your personal account. Please note that only the official representative of an organization, business, celebrity, or band is permitted to create a Page.

You can also use Facebook as a platform from which you can find new customers, by using Facebook ads. Marty Weintraub recently published a very informative book on the subject and it will explain everything you need to know about creating, as the title suggests, Killer Facebook Ads. 

Oh and by the way, if you haven’t done so already, please visit and “LIKE”  Stahls’ – All Things Heatprinting on  Facebook.

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  1. Marty says:

    Thanks for the shout out Ted. Actually we know of a cool T’s company that markets shirts based on a venerable comic series. He markets to Facebook users who love the comic brand, hero names, places in the stories, villains, etc.. and the tactic is very successful.

    Your blog looks great. Keep up the good work. Thanks again!

  2. Ted says:

    Thanks for the comment Marty. Good luck with your book and let me know the name of the T’s company when you have a chance.

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