Okay, keep in mind that my intent is not to be critical. Also, I have zero experience with Cafe Express and know nothing about how easy or hard it is to set up an account or set up products or whatever.
I happened to notice that there is this quirky RPG called "Bean" where the shtick is that you roll beans with "+" or "-" written on them instead of rolling dice. The guy came up with a cheezy logo and made a store to sell his stuff. I don't know anything about this game; this is just an example of the kind of things I see online a lot.http://www.cafepress.com/jeffwerx/7477650
I know that the WardCo page has a smaller selection but they tend to use a larger variety of images. So, I guess I'm wondering what goes into making something like this. If you have a logo or a picture or something like that, what has to happen in order to create a zillion different products with that same logo or picture on it? Is it a simple or complex process? Is it more expensive if you offer more options?Bottom line
- I guess I'm wondering: would it be easy to take a single MA logo and expand the selection, or is this a chore?
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