Big Little Lies is as intense as it is compelling, and that’s largely because of its complex cast of characters. But different as they may be, the women of Monterey all have one important thing in common: they get the job done. And whether it’s through confrontation, moral support, or even just a jog on the beach, they’re living proof that when you work together, almost anything is possible.
Nat Elison decided to test out his content marketing skills from running his own marketing agency by launching his own blog. As a longtime tea lover, Nat started Cup & Leaf to blog about all things tea. He publishes on a consistent schedule, reworks content to rank higher on search, and curates products for the online store. Since the launch of Cup & Leaf in early 2018, the website now sees 250,000 monthly visitors and brings in $5000 in monthly revenue. In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll learn from Nat Elison on how he built a successful blog, grew organic traffic, and is turning the Ecommerce business into a physical store.
Native Poppy sprouted from meagre savings and a Yelp page, and it has since bloomed into a multi-location retail business. But along the way, Natalie Gill’s flower startup drained her bank account and plunged her deep into debt. In her own words, Natalie describes her darkest days—when she was “not okay” and the stress impacted her health, sleep, and personal relationships.
Terre Bleu owners Ian and Isabelle Baird left behind their city life to fulfill their dreams of living on a farm. After five years of operations, the couples share their journey of building a following on social media, expanding sales beyond the bloom season, and creating reasons for repeat visits.
Collin, Ryan, and Austin Gill wanted money to buy toys, so their parents said, “Get a job.” Instead, the three brothers, all under 13 years old, started their own candle company, Frères Branchiaux, learning business skills between football practice and video games.
Vivian Kaye is the CEO of Kinky Curly Yaki, a brand that makes premium textured hair extensions for Black women. When Vivian saw an opportunity to start a business that celebrates Black beauty, she went all in, and grew it into a million-dollar company. This is how it happened.
Queer Eye isn’t a makeover show. It’s a how-to guide to owning your life. And you don’t have to “strugg to func” in personal grooming or home decor to actually learn a thing or two. How to be a boss—in the shower, in business, in life—according to the Fab Five.
Shopping for some pricy speakers got Andrew Lissimore looking into buying them directly from the manufacturer. After scoring a pricing sheet, Andrew realized there's a healthy margin and an opportunity to sell online. When his first sale came in a few weeks later, Andrew knew he was onto something. In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll learn how Andrew Lissimore got the domain for Headphones.com, how he scored a feature on CNET, and what him to pivot into headphones from speakers.
Rowena and Frank Montoya lived a comfortable life until 2009, when the couple was forced to sell everything and start from scratch. While living on a fraction of the duo’s former income, Rowena turned her homemade caramels into a successful business. Here, she shares their story of starting from scratch—and what motivates them to keep going.
A partnership formed at a wedding in July 2016—and not just at the altar. At an upscale restaurant in Nairobi, Ashleigh Gersh Miller and Sandra Zhao bonded over a dress—a dress that works for any occasion, from a reporting trip in remote South Sudan to an urban wedding. Soon, the two agreed to start a fashion business together, and Zuri was born.