6 Secrets For Starting A Successful Mystery Game Store

Want to start your own mystery game store? Here are 6 tips you should know.
product

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 mystery game store:

#1: Jimmy Cowe, founder of Crimibox:

We chatted with with Jimmy, founder of Crimibox ($85K/month). In our interview, Jimmy says:

There is no right time. Take the leap. Fear’s not a good guide.

article

Read the full interview ➜

#2: Jimmy Cowe, founder of Crimibox:

We chatted with with Jimmy, founder of Crimibox ($85K/month). In our interview, Jimmy says:

The most important thing we’ve learned was to start marketing before launching. Try to build up an email list before your launch.

article

Read the full interview ➜

#3: Ryan Hogan, founder of Hunt A Killer:

We chatted with with Ryan, founder of Hunt A Killer ($5M/month). In our interview, Ryan says:

Go with data, not your gut. The amount of time invested in data collection and analysis should be commensurate with the impact of the decision across the organization.

Additionally:

Diversified advertising channels are critically important. A Facebook-only strategy unnecessarily exposes organizations to extraordinary risk.

article

Read the full interview ➜

#4: Ryan Hogan, founder of Hunt A Killer:

We chatted with with Ryan, founder of Hunt A Killer ($5M/month). In our interview, Ryan says:

Never give up on finding ways to move your business forward, even if that means letting go of certain projects to keep momentum on successful initiatives going strong.

article

Read the full interview ➜

#5: Jimmy Cowe, founder of Crimibox:

We chatted with with Jimmy, founder of Crimibox ($85K/month). In our interview, Jimmy says:

Don’t look at it as a failure if something doesn’t work out. The more you can test, the better you know what works for your company.

article

Read the full interview ➜

Want to start a mystery game store?

See our full guide ➜