Customer stories

See how our customers are using feedback from PickFu polls to drive decisions and grow their business.

Daniela Bolzmann profile

It’s time you got to know Daniela Bolzmann. Daniela is the founder of MindfulGoods.co, a one-stop shop for Amazon listing optimization. You probably already recognize her from our e-commerce tutorials …

PickFu and MBA students at Washington State University

Looking for the next great business idea? You might want to talk to students in the online MBA program at Washington State University’s Carson College of Business. After months of …

PickFu customer stories: Mojiworks' mobile game Ready Chef Go!

There’s only one speed in the Snapchat cooking game Ready Chef Go!: fast. Players have to move quickly in the virtual kitchen if they want to sauté their way to …

Sean Rosensteel

Business consultant Sean Rosensteel was in the midst of writing his first book when the media first began to buzz about the COVID-19 crisis. With the threat of an economic …

An overnight sales boom. The rise from 0 units per day to 200. The potential to increase revenue by over a million dollars. Most businesses dream about these results. But …

Kevin King speaks about PickFu

I’ve been selling on Amazon since 2001. I’ve launched many successful private label brands and seven-figure e-commerce businesses. And I’ve shared my knowledge with others by speaking at conferences, helping …

“You don’t seem that short,” people often tell author Seth Ulinski. At 5’7″, Seth is three inches below average height. In the introduction to his book Amazing Heights: How Short …

K.N. (Kay) Kukoyi leads Purposeful Products, a London-based consultancy to help small business entrepreneurs translate their ideas into commercial web and mobile products. Recently, Kay interviewed PickFu’s co-founder Justin Chen …

A few months ago, Dave Chesson, creator of Kindlepreneur.com, received an email from Galaxy Press. Galaxy Press is the publishing company of famed sci-fi author L. Ron Hubbard, and the …

Self-publishing is a learn-as-you-go process. Authors must constantly adapt and try new tactics in order to get their books in front of the right audience. We asked experienced authors if …