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Shopify Masters is a podcast brought to you by Shopify where successful ecommerce entrepreneurs and experts share their business experience and inspirational stories.Each week, our host Felix Thea invites successful entrepreneurs to share their experience and practical advice for growing an online business on Shopify. Guests on the show come from a wide range of backgrounds and share insight into topics such as creating viral Facebook ads, outsourcing parts of your business, creating licensed products, running a newsworthy pop-up shop, optimizing your social media marketing, content marketing for SEO, and tons more. These are seasoned entrepreneurs that come from diverse backgrounds who are willing to pull back the curtain and share their best practical advice. Subscribe to the show and leave us a review to let us know what you think!

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Shopify Masters is a podcast brought to you by Shopify where successful ecommerce entrepreneurs and experts share their business experience and inspirational stories.Each week, our host Felix Thea invites successful entrepreneurs to share their experience and practical advice for growing an online business on Shopify. Guests on the show come from a wide range of backgrounds and share insight into topics such as creating viral Facebook ads, outsourcing parts of your business, creating licensed products, running a newsworthy pop-up shop, optimizing your social media marketing, content marketing for SEO, and tons more. These are seasoned entrepreneurs that come from diverse backgrounds who are willing to pull back the curtain and share their best practical advice. Subscribe to the show and leave us a review to let us know what you think!

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One of the best podcasts for entrepreneurs!

By Jmh3311 - Jan 21 2020
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I love this podcast! Regardless of what type of business venture you have, the amount of information and tips I’ve learned in just a few episodes is unmeasurable. Also the host asks the perfect questions. I find that just when I have a question during an episode, Felix asks it almost immediately after! Only suggestion - I’d love to hear more episodes about multi vendor marketplaces.

Very good

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Love the host ask a lot of good questions, can learn a lot from the answers.

iTunes Ratings

255 Ratings
Average Ratings
200
21
17
7
10

One of the best podcasts for entrepreneurs!

By Jmh3311 - Jan 21 2020
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I love this podcast! Regardless of what type of business venture you have, the amount of information and tips I’ve learned in just a few episodes is unmeasurable. Also the host asks the perfect questions. I find that just when I have a question during an episode, Felix asks it almost immediately after! Only suggestion - I’d love to hear more episodes about multi vendor marketplaces.

Very good

By Isabel Lively - Aug 23 2019
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Love the host ask a lot of good questions, can learn a lot from the answers.
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Shopify Masters | The ecommerce business and marketing podcast for ambitious entrepreneurs

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Shopify Masters is a podcast brought to you by Shopify where successful ecommerce entrepreneurs and experts share their business experience and inspirational stories.Each week, our host Felix Thea invites successful entrepreneurs to share their experience and practical advice for growing an online business on Shopify. Guests on the show come from a wide range of backgrounds and share insight into topics such as creating viral Facebook ads, outsourcing parts of your business, creating licensed products, running a newsworthy pop-up shop, optimizing your social media marketing, content marketing for SEO, and tons more. These are seasoned entrepreneurs that come from diverse backgrounds who are willing to pull back the curtain and share their best practical advice. Subscribe to the show and leave us a review to let us know what you think!

Rank #1: A $3 Million 4-Hour A Day Business

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On today’s podcast you’ll learn from an entrepreneur that built a $3 million business working 4 hours a day.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. Why you should drive your non-English speaking customers to Amazon.

  2. Why they redo their website from scratch every year.

3. Why you should buy Facebook ads in Europe rather than in the US.

Jun 16 2016

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Rank #2: Pulling off a $10k Instagram Launch (Without Any Automation or Ad Spend)

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On this episode of Shopify Masters, find out how The Content Planner grew a 4-figure Instagram following just large enough for a successful 5-figure launch without spending any money on ads or relying on social media automation.

Show Notes: http://www.shopify.com/blogs/blog/content-planner-instagram-launch

Apr 29 2018

52mins

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Rank #3: How to Build a Luxury Brand From Scratch

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Linjer sells minimalist goods made using the finest natural materials. On today's episode, we speak with Linjer's Roman Khan and Jennifer Chong and learn how they built a luxury brand through crowdfunding.

Topics we cover:

  1. How to earn the respect of large luxury brand manufacturers when you’re just starting out.
  2. How to let a quality control agency inspect your products for you.
  3. How to test your Kickstarter campaign before launching.

Read a full transcript of the show here.

Mar 28 2017

53mins

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Rank #4: Common Dropshipping Mistakes

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In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn from a serial dropshipper about the mistakes that he made, and that many new dropshippers make, and why he thinks Facebook ads aren't the best place to start your marketing.

Show Notes: http://www.shopify.com/blog/sunyez-dropshipping-mistakes

Sep 18 2018

56mins

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Rank #5: How PrideDesignz.com uses Facebook Fan Pages To Average $30K/Month In Sales

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On this week’s episode you'll learn from an entrepreneur that followed her passions and created a Facebook fan page that drives the majority of her traffic.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How you can tell if you’re just interested or if you’re truly passionate about a niche.

  2. How to transition from building an audience to monetizing that audience.

3. And the kinds of content to post on your Facebook fan page to get the most engagement with actual examples.

Apr 28 2016

1hr 7mins

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Rank #6: How One Entrepreneur Grew Their Sales 8X Through Personable Facebook Ads

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On today's episode, we learn how to move away from canned Facebook ads and towards more intimate and personable ads that resonate with your audience.

Topics we cover:

  1. How to refine your Facebook ad copy.
  2. Why you should use Facebook ads to tell your personal story.
  3. How to grow your store’s subscription program.

May 02 2017

1hr 2mins

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Rank #7: Working with “Micro Influencers” Helped Thuggies.com Build a Half Million Dollar Business

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In this episode you’ll learn from an entrepreneur that believes the key to success is to work with micro influencers rather than celebrity influencers.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How to validate a product that no one has ever seen before.

2. Why you should force customers to buy from you online even if you meet them offline.

3. What are micro influencers, how to find them and how to work with them to promote your business.

Sep 13 2016

1hr 2mins

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Rank #8: Build a Business Winner Leesa.com Proclaims That Ecommerce Is a Numbers Game

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On today’s podcast you’ll learn from two entrepreneurs that partnered to take on a $14 billion industry.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How they were able to get to $1 million by their 2nd month.

  2. What is the Salary Drug, why you might be hooked on it and how to break free from it.

3. How to know what you should do when your business is stagnating.

Apr 07 2016

58mins

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Rank #9: FindlayHats.com Drove $28K from 1 Viral Reddit Post

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In this episode you’ll learn how an entrepreneur drove $28,000 from 1 viral reddit post.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How to validate a product on Instagram.

  2. How to balance life as a freelancer while launching a product business.

3. What are magic moments and how to create them for your customer.

Jul 12 2016

1hr 3mins

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Rank #10: How to Launch a Successful Amazon Business in 2017 with Andrew Youderian

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On today’s episode you’ll learn from a successful ecommerce entrepreneur that’s built and sold multiple ecommerce businesses and now works with hundreds of store owners.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. What kind of products do well on Amazon.

  2. How to build a high converting product page on Amazon.

  3. How to use Amazon paid ads.

Jan 12 2017

35mins

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Rank #11: How SyghtGlasses.com Made $2,416.51 in 5 Weeks Selling Glasses From China + Store Giveaway

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In this episode you’ll learn from an entrepreneur that launched a business in 5 weeks and documented the entire journey.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How to use your competitor’s product reviews to improve your copywriting.

  2. How to reverse engineer the viability of a business idea.

3. How to find and work with influencers and only pay them when they sell your product.

Feb 23 2016

53mins

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Rank #12: How This $3K a Day T-Shirt Store Is Preparing for the Holiday Season

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In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn from an entrepreneur who sells $3,000 worth of t-shirts every day and how he’s preparing for the busy holiday shopping season.

Nov 28 2017

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Rank #13: ColorIt.com Used Amazon as a Proving Ground to Build a $2.5 Million Business

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In this episode you’ll learn from an entrepreneur that used Amazon as a proving grounds to build a $2.5 million business.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How to use Amazon reviews to figure out how to improve on an existing product.

2. What is consumerability and why you want to sell a product that has consumerability.

3. How they’re using the free + shipping model to get customers to make more profitable purchases later.

Jul 26 2016

1hr 1min

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Rank #14: The Power of Content: How 1 Article Generated $22 Million in Sales

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In partnership with the late model and makeup artist Cindy Joseph, Ezra Firestone helped to build BOOM by Cindy Joseph, an age-positive cosmetic line for women of every generation. As an ecommerce growth expert, Ezra has been known to share insights on building brands that resonate with consumers and stand the test of time. In this episode of Shopify Masters, Ezra Firestone shares his life and business journey and the most important lessons he’s learned along the way. 

For more on BOOM by Cindy Joseph,  Ezra  Firestone, and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/boombycindyjoseph-brand

Tune in to learn

  • What is the love, demo, love video and why is it such an effective marketing tool
  • Why you should not drive your traffic straight to a product page and where to drive it to instead
  • Where to reinvest in your brand and company

Dec 03 2019

48mins

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Rank #15: The Simple Business Model Used to Build a $2.4 Million Business

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Colin Macintosh turned the end of a tech startup career into a new beginning for building his own brand.

Built on a cheeky pun, Sheets & Giggles grew from a simple business model of offering sustainable and comfortable bedding directly to consumers into a brand that's projecting $2.4 million in sales this year.

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll learn from Colin Macintosh of Sheets & Giggles on how he builds a successful crowdfunding campaign and found his niche with eucalyptus lyocell sheets.

For more information on Colin Macintosh, Sheets & Giggles, and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/sheets-and-giggles-business-model

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  • The business model you should follow to improve your chances of success
  • How they created an 11,000 subscriber email list before launching
  • Why a completely unrelated Reddit post drives them traffic and sales

Jul 23 2019

55mins

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Rank #16: How to Find Viral Content for Your Brand's Facebook and Instagram Profiles

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On today's episode, an entrepreneur shares her step-by-step process for finding and repurposing viral content for Facebook and Instagram.

Topics we cover:

  1. How to re-purpose viral content for your brand.
  2. The most important metric to look for when measuring engagement.
  3. How to hire and train someone to run your social media.

Sep 05 2017

46mins

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Rank #17: Designing a Subscription Box That's Worth Unboxing Every Month

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In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn from an entrepreneur who started his own monthly subscription box to introduce an entire culture to his customers.

Show Notes: http://www.shopify.com/blogs/blog/bokksu-subscription-box

Jul 16 2018

43mins

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Rank #18: WallsNeedLove.com Drives 93% of their Social Traffic From Pinterest

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In this episode you’ll learn how a company drives 93% of their social traffic from Pinterest.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How to work with bloggers to promote your product and get amazing product photos.

2. How to work with bloggers to promote your product and get amazing product photos

3. Why you should have an organic pinning strategy before promoting Pinterest pins.

Aug 23 2016

57mins

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Rank #19: NerdWax.com Turned Down 2 Shark Tank Offers and Built a $1 Million Business

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In this episode you’ll learn from an entrepreneur that went on Shark Tank and turned down 2 offers but still built a million dollar business.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. How to finally take action on your business or product idea.

2. How to reverse engineer a life you want.

3. What is the optimal price point for Kickstarter.

Aug 11 2016

1hr 3mins

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Rank #20: The Chillest 7 Figure Business Owner

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In this episode you’ll hear from one of the chillest 7 figure business owners that’s built a business where he doesn’t even work every day.

In this episode you'll learn:

  1. Why your business becomes less flexible when you increase your product catalog.

  2. How getting creative with themed promo codes helps drive sales.

3. How to attract customers to buy directly from you instead of another marketplace by offering bundle deals.

Oct 25 2016

53mins

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The Business of Planners: How to Create Products and Return Customers

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In this episode, you’ll learn form an entrepreneur who got well known in the planner community by posting content on Facebook Groups

Chasing Planner Peace sells a range of refillable, customizable planners with the widest range of planner refills

For more on Chasing Planner Peace and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/chasingplannerpeace-product

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  • How you can build a customer base with custom work, but should quickly move to selling non-custom products
  • How to promote your business in other people’s Facebook groups
  • How to determine if people are actually going to pay for a product instead of just saying they would

Jan 28 2020

47mins

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The Business of Celebrations: How Retail Enabled this Party Boutique to Thrive

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While shopping for her daughter’s birthday, Rachel Huntington noticed the limited amount of designs for party supplies. Seeking out non-commercial and more creative partyware, Rachel started Bonjour Fete, a boutique for party goods, tableware, decor and all things event design. In this episode of Shopify Masters, Rachel shares her journey of launching online, operating two physical stores, and building relationships with return customers.

For more on Bonjour Fete and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/bonjourfete-party

Tune in to learn

  • How to use social media to contact vendors instead of spending lots of money to go to trade shows
  • The most important metrics to pay attention to when running a physical retail store
  • How to create an Instagram feed that drives traffic to your product page

Jan 21 2020

46mins

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How Purpose Fuelled this Business to Keep Going

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In this episode, you’ll learn from an entrepreneur on why and how to figure out WHY you are starting your business

So Worth Loving is a lifestyle company bridging the gap between not talking about self worth and talking about it.

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  • Why and how to figure out your WHY when starting your business
  • How to transition from your full time job to your own business
  • How to manage entrepreneurship burnout

Jan 14 2020

53mins

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Bullet Journal’s Journey Through Kickstarter, Publishing, and Production

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What started as a way to keep track of his day to day and combat ADHD, Ryder Carroll’s method of Bullet Journal gained a massive following online as he shared his journaling process. From a published book to a successive product, Ryder shares how his intention of solving a common problem led to a new direction in his life and career. 

The Bullet Journal is the analog system for the digital age that lets you track the past, organize the present, and plan your future. 

For more on Bullet Journal, Ryder Carroll, and the show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/bullet-journal-methodology 

Tune in to learn

  • How to showcase how your customers are using your products
  • Why you should never be afraid of giving away too much free content
  • Why they created a companion app for their products

Jan 07 2020

54mins

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How $100 Bottle of Hot Sauce Brings the Heat and Virality

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Brothers Nadim and Rami Yahia grew up mixing together condiments and hot sauces to create their own concoctions. They turned this habitual sauce mixing into CustomHeats, a hot sauce business that allows customers to create their own sauces and labels by bridging the food industry with tech and data. In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll hear from Nadim Yahia of CustomHeats on marketing with a low budget, developing hardware, and how their $100 bottle of hot sauce went viral. 

For more on CustomHeats and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blogcustomheats-viral

Tune in to learn

  • The challenges with creating a business that allows customers to fully customize their product
  • How to use a $100 marketing budget to get on big publications
  • How they used their Instagram content to validate their market

Dec 31 2019

51mins

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How Instagram Brings Ventana Surfboards a Wave of Sales

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David Dennis was showing some of his photography for a fundraiser when he discovered the complexities of ocean conservation and how surfboards can be made more sustainably. Together with partner Martijn Stiphout, David runs Ventana Surfboards, maker of boards handcrafted from upcycled and reclaimed material. In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll hear how David Dennis balances his career at Microsoft while running Ventana Surfboards, the key components of running an impactful sustainable business, and how Instagram drives most of their sales. 

For more on Ventana Surfboards and show notes: https://www.shopify.ca/blog/ventanasurfboards-instagram

Tune in to learn

  • How to talk about your brand at a fair or trade show
  • How to collaborate with artists to turn their audience in to your customers
  • How they sold a $15,000 surfboard from a post on Instagram

Dec 10 2019

55mins

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The Power of Content: How 1 Article Generated $22 Million in Sales

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In partnership with the late model and makeup artist Cindy Joseph, Ezra Firestone helped to build BOOM by Cindy Joseph, an age-positive cosmetic line for women of every generation. As an ecommerce growth expert, Ezra has been known to share insights on building brands that resonate with consumers and stand the test of time. In this episode of Shopify Masters, Ezra Firestone shares his life and business journey and the most important lessons he’s learned along the way. 

For more on BOOM by Cindy Joseph,  Ezra  Firestone, and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/boombycindyjoseph-brand

Tune in to learn

  • What is the love, demo, love video and why is it such an effective marketing tool
  • Why you should not drive your traffic straight to a product page and where to drive it to instead
  • Where to reinvest in your brand and company

Dec 03 2019

48mins

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FinalStraw's Journey of Building a Cause Driven Business

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Emma Cohen’s time in Thailand exposed her to the effects that single-use plastics had on the ocean. She spent most of her days there cleaning up the washed-up plastic waste on beaches. Emma was so moved by this experience that she returned to school and completed a Master’s in environmental management and sustainability from Harvard. After working for over five years in sustainability research, Emma poured herself into developing a collapsible and portable stainless steel straw and launched FinalStraw in 2017.

For more on FinalStraw and show notes: https://www.shopify.ca/blog/finalstraw-cause

Tune in to learn

  • How you can use Amazon reviews to create a superior product
  • What’s the best use of your time when preparing for a crowdfunding campaign
  • How to balance marketing your cause versus marketing your product

Nov 26 2019

52mins

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Pessimism vs. Enthusiasm When Validating an Idea

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When Gamal Codner left corporate America he began to grow out his beard. What started as a symbolic lifestyle change to signify the start of his entrepreneurial journey sparked a new business idea. As his beard got longer, Gamal noticed how there were no grooming products designed for men of color and launched Fresh Heritage to address this unmet need in the market. 

For more on Fresh Heritage and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/fresh-heritage-validate

Tune in to learn

  • Why it’s important to invest in your education
  • Why you do not need the best product, you just need to be different
  • How to network with successful brands and get them to give you advice

Nov 19 2019

56mins

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Why Losing Money on a Sale Can Be Beneficial

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The scent of a specialty soap from her honeymoon stayed with Danielle Vincent as she went back to work and each time she would smell it, she was transported back to those happy memories. This sensory experience prompted her to launch Outlaw Soaps with her husband Russ. Together, the couple created soaps that would smell like campfire, whiskey, and leather to meet the niche of specialty scents. 

In this episode of Shopify Masters, we’ll hear from Danielle Vincent of Outlaw Soaps on how they navigated production and why feedback from customers are crucial. 

For more on Outlaw Soaps and show notes: https://www.shopify.ca/blog/outlawsoaps-sales

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  • What metric led them to 600% Growth
  • Why content marketing and SEO are still worth it even though they take longer for results
  • The emails they sent to turn customers in to repeat buyers

Nov 12 2019

50mins

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Why Telling Stories is More Important Than Ads

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Roller derby wasn’t just a workout for Micki Krimmel, it offered a sense of empowerment and community. The sport inspired Micki to start Superfit Hero, an inclusive and body-positive apparel line to make everyone feel welcomed in the fitness world. 

In this episode of Shopify Masters, Micki Krimmel of Superfit Hero shares her approach to building a community, how she shares inspiring and inclusive stories, and what has helped her to grow her business.

For more on Superfit Hero and show notes:  https://www.shopify.ca/blog/superfithero-storytelling

Tune in to learn

  • Why they decided to start selling fitness apparel in the roller derby niche
  • How non-product focused content turns prospects into customers
  • Why it’s important to release more products

Nov 05 2019

52mins

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How to Scale Beyond Stagnant Sales

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Cars fascinated Chris Carey, so much so that he left his full-time job to start Modern Automotive Performance, a business focused on manufacturing and selling automotive performance products. Initially starting with a physical and service location, Modern Automotive Performance expanded to selling products online and grew to generate over $27 million in annual revenue.

In today’s episode of Shopify Masters, Chris Carey shares how they moved past stagnant sales, which resources changed his way of thinking, and why they closed down their original service business to focus on ecommerce.

For more on Modern Automotive Performance and show notes: https://www.shopify.ca/blog/maperformance-scale

Tune in to learn

  • How to use forums to get your first customers
  • The key to great customer service that will give you organic growth
  • What is an Entrepreneurial Operating System

Oct 29 2019

53mins

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Bulletproof's Branding and Scaling Advice

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Known as a biohacker and lifestyle guru, Dave Asprey has gained a notable reputation within the health and wellness space. With a bold claim of aiming to live until 180 years old and having published five books on his diet and lifestyle approaches, it was no surprise that Dave decided to launch his own line of nutrition products.

Under the brand name Bulletproof, consumers can include coffee, proteins, and supplements that Dave personally uses into their routines. Despite Dave’s reputation, building a notable brand within the consumer packaged goods space takes a village and scaling it is no easy feat.

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll hear from Karen Huh, the VP of Product Management and Strategy and Bulletproof. Karen grew her team from one direct report into three teams of five to six employees, and she looks after everything from research and development to creatives.

For more from Bulletproof and the show notes: www.shopify.com/blog/ bulletproof-branding

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  • How to get clarity on your brand
  • Why it’s important to simplify your brand messaging and how to do it
  • How to increase your speed to get things done

Oct 22 2019

55mins

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Disrupting a Stagnant Market through Self Funding

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Josh Elizetxe has been a serial entrepreneur ever since he was a teenager. Having a knack for building websites, SEO, and managing ad dollars, Josh managed sites for an array of businesses when he was still in school. Despite the early success, it wasn't until Josh befriended his dentists through multiple braces treatments and jaw surgery that he found his calling. 

Josh was intrigued by the dental industry and invested his own savings to research an at-home whitening system to disrupt the stagnant market by starting Snow Teeth Whitening

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Josh Elizetxe of Snow on how he found his interest within the dental industry and why it's important to pace yourself in the entrepreneurship journey. 

For more on Josh Elizetxe, Snow, and the show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/snow-market-disruption

Tune in to learn

  • How they’ve stepped up influencer marketing to work with celebrities
  • Why he invested millions of dollars of his own money into his company
  • Why all his retail partners are calling him to stock his product
  • How to think of entrepreneurship as a marathon and not a sprint

Oct 15 2019

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Building a $1.8 Million Gift Box Company

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Three Nashville proud friends, Sam Davidson, Stephen Moseley, and Rob Williams, had the idea to start Batch, a gift company curating items made by artisans from their beloved city.   

Initially starting off selling subscription boxes in 2013, Batch switched gears to be a gift company and grew to have its own retail space while generating $1.8 million in sales annually.  

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Sam Davidson of Batch on how they validated the concept, work with local makers, and switched their business focus. 

For more on Batch and the show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/batch-growth

Tune in to learn

  • How they used a landing page to validate their business idea
  • The customer feedback the convinced them to open a physical retail store
  • The most important questions you should ask your existing customers

Oct 08 2019

56mins

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Viral Idea To Product In 60 Days

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Justin Clark is a serial entrepreneur who loves to launch new products and build brands. In 2017 Justin and his friends decided to give male rompers a chance and launched the company Romperjack

From ideation to production to marketing, Romperjack went from an idea to a physical product within 60 days.

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Justin Clark of Romperjack on how he validate product-market fit, work with manufacturers, and move from a viral brand to an everyday brand. 

For more on Justin Clark, Romperjack, and the show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/romperjack-viral-product

Tune in to learn

  • How to go from viral idea to a live product in 60 days
  • The lifespan of a viral product
  • What it means to focus on your brand instead of your products

Oct 01 2019

58mins

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How to Step Out of Your Comfort Zone and Pitch On National TV

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Krista Woods was trying to get rid of the odor from her son's sports gear and discovered the smell was caused by bacteria growth. After testing home remedies that were chemical-free Krista started GloveStix to sell her deodorizer for athletic gear.

Going from mom to business owner, Krista stepped out of her comfort zone to pitch to national TV programs like the Today Show and Shark Tank.

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Krista Woods of GloveStix on how she created a physical product, sold during live events, and pitch on national TV programs.

For more on GloveStix and show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/glovestix-tv

Tune in to learn

  • How to use your Facebook friends to launch your business faster
  • Why it’s important to know how much you’re willing to lose when starting a
    business
  • How this entrepreneur prepared to pitch on QVC in less than 24 hours

Sep 24 2019

1hr 5mins

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How a Beauty Subscription Box Launched Through Facebook Groups

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Bili Balogun always loved beauty and experimenting with new products, so much so that she started her own beauty subscription box months after graduating from college in 2017. 

Bootstrapping with only $200, Bili launched Tribe Beauty Box and grew the business to over $300,000 in sales in 16 months.   

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Bili Balogun of Tribe Beauty Box on how to collaborate with brands, build relationships with subscribers, and launch a business through other Facebook groups. 

For more about Tribe Beauty Box and the show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/tribe-beauty-box

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  • What it means to use your disadvantages as your advantages
  • How do you know when to move from research and planning phase to execution
  • How they tripled their Facebook group numbers with a giveaway

Sep 17 2019

51mins

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How to Create Your Own Viral Moments

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Before the historic NBA championship win by the Toronto Raptors in 2019, the team made it to the playoffs in 2014 and launched Yanal Dhailieh into the perfect moment to start his lifestyle and community brand, Peace Collective.

By wearing a "Toronto vs. Everybody" t-shirt to a Raptors playoffs game and getting featured in a TSN documentary, Yanal turned that moment into an apparel brand that generates millions in revenue annually and two retail stores.

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Yanal Dhailieh of Peace Collective on how to build a community, grow from viral moments, and create your own virality.

For more on Peace Collective, Yanal Dhailieh, and show notes: https://www.shopify.ca/blog/peace-collective-viral
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  • How to create a viral moment
  • How to educate your customers on your cause
  • Why storytelling is your biggest advantage over bigger companies and how to do it

Sep 10 2019

43mins

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Why an MBA Was Important for This Entrepreneur

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Sali Christeson quit a corporate job to pursue the dream of building a fashion brand for ambitious women to look and feel good while breaking barriers.

Counterintuitive to most tips for entrepreneurs, Sali credits her MBA for building her well-rounded set of skills.

In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Sali Christeson of ARGENT on how to build a fashion brand from the ground up.

For more on Sali Christeson, ARGENT, and show notes: https://www.shopify.ca/blog/argent-mba

Tune in to learn

  • Why you might want to get an MBA before starting your business
  • What is a brand book and what needs to go in a brand book
  • How do you measure that you are making progress with building your brand

Sep 03 2019

42mins

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One of the best podcasts for entrepreneurs!

By Jmh3311 - Jan 21 2020
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I love this podcast! Regardless of what type of business venture you have, the amount of information and tips I’ve learned in just a few episodes is unmeasurable. Also the host asks the perfect questions. I find that just when I have a question during an episode, Felix asks it almost immediately after! Only suggestion - I’d love to hear more episodes about multi vendor marketplaces.

Very good

By Isabel Lively - Aug 23 2019
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Love the host ask a lot of good questions, can learn a lot from the answers.