The hummus startup that delivers to Google, Electronic Arts & Shopify

Posted by Tyler Vawser on Aug 24th, 2016

Today, we want to introduce you to Nabil Fahel — the man whetting the appetite of the tech elite. Nabil is the mastermind behind Black Market Hummus, the hottest secret food devoured by the technology world in Canada. Here's what some of the world's greatest tech leaders have to say about his hummus: "Honestly the best hummus I have ever had." -Joanne Wilson, CEO, Gotham Gal Ventures "As e... Read more

Introducing custom buttons

Posted by Tyler Vawser on Aug 23rd, 2016

We recently added custom buttons to Sticker Mule. We merged Button Frog into Sticker Mule to make it easier for our customers to use one site to checkout with multiple items in their cart while offering the same great product and turnaround. Since launching Button Frog in April 2015, we have had a 4.9/5 review rating with 100% of customers saying they would order again. Custom buttons were t... Read more

Get a return on your time sooner to grow faster

Posted by Anthony Thomas on Aug 18th, 2016

Recently, we expanded into roll labels. To do so, we made a substantial investment in new label printing and finishing machinery. Since the printers arrived months before our finishing machine, we soft-launched by purchasing a low-end finishing machine that could only make circle roll labels. No one would have faulted us if we delayed launching until the proper finishing machine arrived. What... Read more

Introducing die cut bumper stickers

Posted by Tyler Vawser on Aug 16th, 2016

Today, we're announcing die cut bumper stickers are available in any size or shape. We have offered bumper stickers for years but until recently they only came in a few standard rectangle sizes. Bumper stickers have a removable adhesive that makes them unique from die cut stickers, clear stickers and transfer stickers with a permanent adhesive. While all of our stickers are removable, the a... Read more

How to create a new hire kit your team members will love

Posted by Tyler Vawser on Aug 11th, 2016

For most new hires, Day 1 in a new office at a new company with new coworkers is exhausting. From HR paperwork to meeting 20 people in 20 minutes, it's overwhelming for someone to change companies — and that's before the work even starts. Creating an attractive company culture and welcoming new hires to your team doesn't mean you have to offer free massages, unlimited vacation, and an in-o... Read more

The Sticker Mule Guide to Slack

Posted by Anthony Thomas on Jul 11th, 2016

Collectively, Asana and Slack manage the majority of our communication at Sticker Mule. We use Asana to handle task related conversations and Slack to handle everything else. Your company might prefer a task management tool other than Asana; the important thing is that you use one. To help onboard new team members, we created documentation explaining how we use Asana. I decided to also shar... Read more

3 Etsy shops successful with branding

Posted by Mary Green on Jul 7th, 2016

Wouldn’t it be great if every one of your Etsy customers sent others to your shop? As a business, you want people to enjoy your creations and tell others. You want them to come back and buy again, to recommend your shop to their friends and help you grow. But what if they can’t remember your shop’s name? What if they tell people they simply found the item on Etsy (as most people do) Being... Read more

15 Highly rated free design courses

Posted by Lenny Roudik on Jun 28th, 2016

Design is a major factor in how people view your company and website. But, what if you don’t know how to design, or can’t afford a full-time designer? It might be time to learn design yourself. We get asked all the time if we know of design courses, especially by people looking to make their own vinyl decals. With that in mind we’ve picked out 15 free design courses that’ll help you build... Read more

Tips for engaging your online community with swag

Posted by Mary Green on Jun 16th, 2016

Building an online community is fun, but it can also be daunting. Even with a lot of members there may be very little activity. As a community manager it’s your job to activate your community and engage them with a variety of activities. One way to do this is by using swag, or free gifts. Done correctly and at the right times, swag campaigns can improve overall engagement, increase exciteme... Read more

How to brand and package your Etsy products

Posted by Mary Green on Jun 9th, 2016

What happens after you spend hours perfecting your products, setting up your store, and marketing your products on Etsy? The coveted sale! Whether you’re just starting out as an Etsy seller or you’re a pro with thousands of customers, branding and packaging your products can take your store to the next level, increase customer love and loyalty, and bring in new business through referrals. ... Read more

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