It is not a secret that Cat and I will do anything to help you start your own business. We are willing to share all of our success and failures with you so you can learn from us (and our mistakes). One business we have not started (yet) is a subscription box service. Cat created and owned Bundles and Buzz which was similar – a bundle of products that moms could order – but did not have a subscription service.
With subscription business being very popular we decided to go to the experts to get you the information you need to start your own subscription box service – Createjoy. Cratejoy is a subscription marketplace and is the best way to discover and shop for newest, most unique subscriptions. Think of it as the Etsy for subscription boxes. Customers love it because it is one stop shopping and you will love it because you will get all of the tools you need to start your business.
Starting with Cratejoy is as easy as 1-2-3
- Use their website builder to create your own custom website. Easy to use and lots of options you will make a website that reflects your new business. Plus, there is not coding required.
- Grow your revenue. Using Cratejoy’s amazing marketplace and utilizing their tips you will be able to grow your customer base month after month.
- Manage your business. Cratejoy provides everything you need in one place.
If you are ready to try out Cratejoy, start your free 2 week trial membership! You can also extend your free trial by sharing Cratejoy to your social media. This will give you around 1 month free to try it out and get comfortable with the software.
Giveaway Alert: Everyone who enters their email in ‘Learn More’ or ‘Starts a Free Trial’ from this link will be entered to win one of 5 “$200 free shipping credit on Cratejoy”. This means when you launch your store and get subscribers, the winner will get $200 towards shipping anything they sell on their subscription store to their subscribers.