Talking to Customers One-on-One Helped Carbon6 Rings Build a $1.7 Million Business

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Knowing your customer is important before you can sell anything to them. And it’s hard to do that from behind a screen, even if you’re basing your assumptions on data.

Claire and John Easley are the founders of Carbon6 Rings, forged carbon fiber jewelry hand-crafted In America.

According to them, going out of their way to talk to their customers one-on-one was what helped them win Shopify’s Build a Business VI, and grow a $1.7 million company.

Hear their story on this episode of Shopify Masters. 

We’ll discuss:

  • How to get feedback from products you give away for free.
  • How to look out for predatory vendors when you’re just starting up.
  • What makes a high converting Kickstarter video.

Listen to Shopify Masters below…

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Show notes:

  • Store: Carbon 6 Rings
  • Social Profiles: Facebook | Instagram

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