Covert Shirt Store Review

Covert Shirt Store is a WordPress plugin from The IM Wealth Builders (Soren Jordansen, John Merrick and Cindy Battye) that is designed to help users sell t-shirts.

What does the product offer?

Covert Shirt Store is a product that is claimed by creators Soren Jordansen, John Merrick and Cindy Battye to be able to increase your sales t-shirt. Covert Shirt Store is actually a WordPress plugin that changes the layout of your WordPress page to make it more attractive for sales purposes. Covert Shirt Store is designed to link up with Skreened and Teespring. Soren Jordansen, John Merrick and Cindy Battye also claim that Covert Shirt Store is able to “suck in free traffic” from social media sites.

How does the product work?

The fundamentals of Covert Shirt Store are simply put, that the right kind of layout will help you generate more sales which is a pretty solid hypothesis. These can be of your own designs or on an affiliate basis through Skreened and Amazon. The other aspect is the traffic generation which actually seems to have more to do with people liking your site and traditional mailing lists. I certainly don’t believe that h Covert Shirt Store offers anything revolutionary in this regard.

What is the initial investment?

Soren Jordansen, John Merrick and Cindy Battye have made Covert Shirt Store available for a one off payment of $47. This also comes with a 45 day money back guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

This isn’t really discussed in any detail but I’m familiar enough with Skreened to know that your profits aren’t likely to be massive.

Conclusion

I think that if you have existing success with t-shirt selling or operate in the fashion niche then Covert Shirt Store might prove a reasonable proposition. I have little reason to doubt that Covert Shirt Store does what Soren Jordansen ,John Merrick and Cindy Battye say it does. Realistically though if you are just starting out I can’t help but feel that you may be as well simply using Skreened directly to get started.

 

 

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