Bryn Connor


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Bryn Connor is a Canadian entrepreneur. Bryn started I should have said in 2011 and is based in Vancouver.[1]

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Company

I should have said

Twitter

@ishouldhavesai1 (4.58K followers)

Instagram

@comebacksishouldhavesaid (771 followers)

Career

Early Career

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I should have said

Bryn started I should have said in 2011. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: [1]

Q: How did you get started on I should have said?

When I first started the site I was doing animations for YouTube videos and embedding them on my website.

One day my son knocked water over my computer keyboard and I had to take it in to be repaired. I had to use my spare computer, a notebook, that didn’t have video editing capability. I decided to create polls where readers could vote for the best comeback to a nasty comment or situation. It was a huge improvement to the site, and the spilled water was a blessing in disguise.

Over time, the look of my web pages improved, as well as my pictures and storytelling. Most of my traffic is organic and from Pinterest.

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My audience kept asking me for apps and books so I created what my audience was asking for. I receive emails from parents of teens and elementary school kids who ask me questions, they need help with bullying situations and I am currently creating products to cater to my audience.

I hired someone off Upwork to create two apps for me. I had done all of the storyboarding and had the graphics done by someone on Fiverr. The app developer was extremely difficult and demanding to work with.

Source [1]

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Contributors

Contributors to this article:

  • Pat Walls, Founder @ Starter Story
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