Selling merchandise usually leads to all sorts of problems: dealing with printers, up-front costs, guessing sizes, shipping to buyers, customer service just to name a few… In short, it can be expensive and difficult to manage.

On Represent, you can create a custom design on various product and collect pre-orders for those products before they even exist.

That means:

  • No inventory
  • No up-front costs, and absolutely
  • No risk.

We print, package and ship orders directly to customers as soon as your campaign ends. As long as you have 1 sale, we’ll print it!

The Represent process is so simple, anyone can do it… just:

  1. Upload your design on one or more of our products
  2. Choose a price
  3. Launch your campaign, and
  4. Spread the word

There has never been an opportunity like this to design and start selling your own custom product online without upfront cost or risk. We’ve built out all the tools and resources to help you get started. All we want from you is your hard work and commitment to take advantage of this great opportunity.

More comments, more reach

Business owners use Facebook pages to promote their business. As a result, their Facebook pages turn into newspapers.

Page posts mostly consist of company updates, news related to upcoming events, product promotions etc. But… do business owners ever think about what Facebook wants them to promote?

This is what we’ve learned

Facebook wants to create interactions between its users. Facebook wants its users to interact with each other and it offers Page posts additional reach if the Page Posts can facilitate that interaction. Which type of interaction is most important? Each Page post on average has more likes than shares, and more shares than comments. Because comments are the most infrequent type of interaction, it is likely the interaction that Facebook values most to see whether a post should earn more or less reach.

So what does that mean for you? Don’t focus on creating on “shareable” content as much. Focus on generating comments. When we run T-shirt ads, we pose a question, such as:

  • On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you like this?
  • Comment “YES” if you’d wear this!

If you want more organic reach (or reach when you are running ads), think of Facebook as a community board to pose questions to your customers and fans, rather than a newspaper for your company.