11 Things To Know When Starting A Successful White Label Email Marketing Tools Business

Want to start your own white label email marketing tools business? Here are 11 tips you should know.

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 white label email marketing tools business:

#1: Harris Derner, founder of Brine Brothers:

We chatted with with Harris, founder of Brine Brothers ($10K/month). In our interview, Harris says:

We invested a total of $11,000 in 2016 and had a business valuation of $200,000 3 years later.

Additionally:

Nothing is easy, be creative, and prepare to make sacrifices. It took us 2 years from concept to production and we faced more challenges than ever anticipated. Stay focused and goal oriented.

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#2: Miriam Zelinsky, founder of Lazyjack Press:

We chatted with with Miriam, founder of Lazyjack Press ($21K/month). In our interview, Miriam says:

I went to the mill and had a little trouble (to say the least) because of their religious beliefs - they did not think a woman should be in this business.

Additionally:

[Spending money on loads of ads] is such a big risk, especially when that money pays for one month at a holiday market where I know I will make good sales and forge great new relationships with customers.

Further:

I only want to work with people who love the brand and believe in it. In turn, they also see more turnaround because they’re invested in it as well.

Also:

The biggest advice I can give you is to just start. You don’t need to have everything figured out – you will figure it out when you begin.

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#3: Kyle Bergman, founder of The Great Fantastic:

We chatted with with Kyle, founder of The Great Fantastic ($17K/month). In our interview, Kyle says:

Normal sweatpant overalls did not exist online after a quick google search, nor in any stores that I visited. So I made them.

Additionally:

Every entrepreneur gets incredibly lucky at one point or another. Could be simple timing, or could be a blissful ignorance of the enormous risks that are not recognized, and therefore unknowingly avoided by chance.

Further:

Fail early and fail often. I didn’t get into Business school the first time I applied. My first Kickstarter campaign didn’t reach its goal. My second crowdfunding campaign was late being delivered to customers by 3 months.

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#4: Adam Elliot, founder of D*** At Your Door:

We chatted with with Adam, founder of D*** At Your Door ($25K/month). In our interview, Adam says:

What started as a joke quickly became a viable business with real opportunity.

Additionally:

E-commerce is all about finding the right niche and understanding the people in that niche.

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