7 Tips For Starting A Successful Card Game

Want to start your own card game? Here are 7 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a card game:

#1: Holger Sindbaek, founder of Online Solitaire:

We chatted with with Holger, founder of Online Solitaire ($10K/month). In our interview, Holger says:

If I were to start over, I'd focus a lot more on the things I really don’t like doing.

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#2: Casey Hill, founder of Hill Gaming Company:

We chatted with with Casey, founder of Hill Gaming Company ($2K/month). In our interview, Casey says:

Spend time building genuine relationships in your niche and across social channels in your industry.

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#3: Bart Kloosterhuis, founder of Vertellis:

We chatted with with Bart, founder of Vertellis ($400K/month). In our interview, Bart says:

We’ve shared our story through Facebook ads and experimented intending to get 500 pre-orders to start production. But the 500 became 25,000 and the next thing you know we had a business!

Additionally:

We believe in connecting with our customers in a meaningful and genuine way and β€œover-deliver” is at the core of everything we do.

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#4: Mihir Patel, founder of Wise Charlie LLC:

We chatted with with Mihir, founder of Wise Charlie LLC ($500/month). In our interview, Mihir says:

There is no magic bullet to entrepreneurship.

Additionally:

I set small goals for myself from the beginning. And I tried to accomplish one task at a time. The enemy of greatness is not getting started.

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#5: Matthew Roberts, founder of PEAR Cards:

We chatted with with Matthew, founder of PEAR Cards ($19K/month). In our interview, Matthew says:

Never underestimate the power of asking someone for help. You might be blown away by the number of people that want to help you.

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