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In this episode you’ll learn from an entrepreneur that believes you should launch as soon as possible. He launched his profitable store with in just one month and for $500.
How to work with and incentivize bloggers to review your products
How to retain an existing customer rather than expensively getting a new customer
How to test if your product, brand or store can be a viable business
You need to try and fail a few times before you succeed in business, at least that's how the story usually goes.
But for the founders of Original Grain, putting in the time, effort, and care (plus having some solid connections in China) helped them get it right the first time.
Andrew and Ryan Beltran are the co-founders of Original Grain, the premier maker of all-natural wood and stainless steel watches.
On this episode of Shopify Masters, these two first-time entrepreneurs join us to talk about how they started a $15 million watch company with one founder in China.
—Why one of the founders moved to China to start a business.
—Why you should launch on Kickstarter even if you already have a completed product.
—How to price your products correctly.
When you're launching a product that your market isn't familiar with, especially through a Kickstarter campaign, it's better to focus on those customers who would be the first to embrace it and advocate for it.
In this episode you’ll learn from Brian Min of Qwerky Toys, the creator of Qwerky Writer: a typewriter-inspired wireless mechanical keyboard.
Find out why he focused on winning over early adopters before looking at the entire market in order to successfully launch his product.
—How to manage all the feedback you’ll get when running a Kickstarter campaign.
—Why you want to go after the hardcore early adopter demographic first before promoting your product.
—What should you do if you encounter copycats.
Kickstarter can be a great way to validate an idea before you build it into a business. If the original idea doesn't gain any traction on Kickstarter, then at least you have the feedback you need to fine-tune it.
Jenn & Brett Epstein are the creators of Sideclick: a universal remote attachment for your streaming device.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, they'll share how they relaunched their business with an improved product after their Kickstarter campaign initially failed.