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Chase Clymer: From strategic design to Shopify-powered sales machines

June 13th, 2022 47:40 mins.
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In this episode of Own Your Commerce, we are excited to welcome Chase Clymer, Co-Founder at Columbus-based agency Electric Eye. Clymer and his team specialize in helping ecommerce brands look their best and make more money. They do this by creating Shopify-powered sales machines from strategic design, development, and marketing decisions. Clymer is also the host of Honest Ecommerce, a weekly podcast providing online store owners with honest, actionable advice to increase their sales and grow their business.

Some topics we discuss:

  • How to create exciting digital experiences that also help brands scale.
  • The impact of speed on ecommerce conversion (why fractions of a second matter).
  • Electric Eye’s Growth in-house strategy called the Brand Scaling Framework.
  • The difference between healthy acquisition and unhealthy acquisition (what’s sustainable).
  • Clymer’s exciting journey from touring musician to founder and entrepreneur.

Our guest

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Chase Clymer, Co-Founder, Electric Eye

Chase Clymer is the Co-founder of Electric Eye, an agency that increases sales for ecommerce brands. He is also the host of Honest Ecommerce, a weekly podcast, community & educational resource providing online store owners with honest, actionable advice to increase their sales and grow their business.

Full transcript

Jay: Chase, thank you so much for coming on our show. I was trying to count, before you came on, do you know the actual number of times we had to reschedule this to make this happen?

Chase Clymer: It’s gotta be around a Baker’s dozen. This was the hardest interview I’ve ever tried to land in my life.

Jay: Come on. Well, I figure making you reschedule it 12 times, but you made me reschedule too, so it went both ways.

Chase: Yes, it was, but it’s fine. What is it? We’ve known each other five years now. So I feel like we know each other well enough to just deal with that kind of stuff.