On this episode of the 2X eCommerce Podcast, we are going to be talking about EMAIL FUNNELS and how to STOP leaking revenue in your funnels. Here is what we cover:
- The easiest way to generate revenue with email marketing
- How to rapidly grow your email list
- How to convert email subscribers into customers
- How to get more repeat purchases
- The three fundamental emails funnels that generate instant ROI: Welcome Series, Retention Series, Cart Abandonment Series
- Other email...
Did you know that 62% of online shoppers have experienced a late or failed delivery due to bad address data and that it cost about $14/£14 per failed delivery.
I spoke with Chris Boaz, Head of Marketing at PCA Predict, an address verification company whose technology power checkout pages for thousands of merchants about a recent report that they produced about the implications of failed deliveries to etailers.
Here are some of their main findings:
* 1 in 20 online orders never reach their...
On this episode of the 2X eCommerce podcast show, we are going to talking about how to accept bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in your online retail store.
Mike Olthoff, CEO and Founder of Coincards.ca - a Canadian online gift card marketplace which was created solely to help clients spend their cryptocurrencies in stores which wouldn't take it directly.
Coincards.ca has thousands of Canadian customers that spend bitcoin on Gift cards to help make bitcoin more usable in their day to day...
Here is how I managed to scale out an fb ad campaign by close to 200% month-on-month without compromising on ROI. In this video, I share the 4 methods of scaling winning Facebook AdSets.
Scaling Method #1: Incremental Budget 🤔
Scaling Method #2: Duplication Method 👯♀️
Scaling Method #3: Audience Scaling 📈
Scaling Method #4: Backend Scale 🥅
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How an outlandish costume clothing company managed to hit 8 figures in revenue by scaling attention on social media through eye popping video and video content.
Shinesty creates costumes and vintage clothing for events and in the process have embedded their brand into fond memories of their customers.
Shinesty was founded just three years ago and has been 2X scaling year-on-year. They are now a $10M+ 8-figure in revenue company. They utilize pattern interrupt visual and video content to...
So back in SE3 EP02, I talked about WHY I WAS WRONG ABOUT SHOPIFY.
My key takeaway was:
Focus Less on Tech and more on Marketing
My advice was:
to use a hosted ecommerce platforms such as Shopify to scale your business
* Speed to market
* Modularity via the app store
* Integration to a large degree is a breeze
* You get shedloads out of the box
The LOWDOWN is that you do a lot less technical tinkering and get on with marketing and selling products
At scale or...
This is a very candid and honest episode, I pounder on the label 'expert'. I have been referred as an 'expert' in the ecommerce space a few too many times. I might be an 'expert' to some, but over the past few months, I have learnt from true entrepreneurial ecommerce experts.
The key to establishing which expert to follow is understanding where you want to go in ecommerce. If you work for an online retailer or a consultant for a number of online retailers, then most experts you will...
On this episode we talk about how to build your ecommerce business in 2018, in preparation for a sale or exit sometime in the future.
I am joined by Thomas Smale; the Founder of FE International, a leading website brokerage firm.
Thomas specializes in advising in the M&A of SaaS, e-commerce, affiliate and content businesses.
He has consulted hundreds of internet entrepreneurs on exit strategy, growth and business development.
FE International offers comprehensive exit planning...
HAPPY NEW YEAR FOLKS!
It has been quite a while...exactly 56 days since my last episode!
On this episode, I explain where I've been and what I've been up to.
As 2018 starts off in full swing, I drop some knaw-ledge bombs on this episode, Tai Lopez style 😜. On a more serious note, I talk about books that have made a longlasting impact in my personal, professional and business life.
I categorise them into:
LIFE CHANGING BOOKS
The ONE ThingThe Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A...
On this webinar, I talk about ecommerce funnels using Facebook.
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Klaviyo is a game-changing email automation tool specifically built for scaling eCommerce businesses. I am not just saying it…I use Klaviyo in my ecommerce store as well in a number of stores I advise for. With Klaviyo, in just a few clicks...
SCANDIS is the eCommerce division of Scandinavian Designs and Dania Furniture. The first Scandinavian Designs store opened its doors in San Rafael, California in 1963 to cater to the contemporary home furnishing needs brought on by the huge wave of mid-century modern homes emerging in neighbourhoods throughout the west coast. In keeping with this architectural design movement, stores soon opened across northern and southern California, and later in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado,...
Jason Boyce is one of three Co-Founders at Dazadi.com a home recreational product online retailer of basketball hoops, game tables, fitness equipment, and much more. He has over 13 years ecommerce experience and started Dazadi.com in 2002 with his 3 brothers.
They have over 10,000 products on their site with 100K SKUs and sell on all major marketplaces in the U.S and Canada.
Over my interview with Jason, I discovered that Dazadi's strength actually lies in marketplace selling. A...
The mention of 'dropshipping' often denotes either poor ecommerce customer experience and lack of supply chain control or some 'guru' trying to sell online courses on how to start an ecommerce business.
A search on YouTube for 'ecommerce' returns a tonne of results related to dropshipping as a means to escape the 9-5 and upsells to online courses.
My take has been and still is, a business with poor customer experience is impossible to profitably scale; and so dropshipping as a viable...
Sabina embodies the true meaning of finding freedom through entrepreneurship and the embrace of change. She alongside her family are digital nomads in the true sense of the term. She is a self-taught entrepreneur; and a Co-Founder of two husband and wife run ecommerce businesses, Veppo Cigs and Taza Designs.
I invited Sabina to the show to share her unique and memorable story about the need to embrace change in order to grow both your mindset and business. Change can be difficult, hard...
Located in Central Illinois, Kaleigh Moore primarily crafts blog content for SaaS and eCommerce companies. She has been copywriting for the last four years under the brand Lumen. She had an Etsy store when she was 19 and ran the business for five years. She had a successful vintage jewellery company where she designed and assembled jewellery pieces.
It was from that company where she learned about marketing and specifically the power of email marketing. According to her, email marketing...
One of the most downloaded episodes last season was Brand Authenticity, Selling Direct to Consumer and Gaining PR Traction [Physical Product Podcast EP:02] with Scott Gabrielson, founder of Oliver Cabell. A minimalist high-end bag and accessories company.
On this episode, I bring Scott again to share the progress of his brand. What really initially impressed me was not only Oliver Cabell's very well designed Italian made products but the execution of the media - both mainstream and...
Joe is an ecommerce entrepreneur and the founder of KING.fitness - he used to be a freelance designer for global brands such as Coca-Cola, American Express and Unilever.
He recently decided to apply his design skills into a physical product brand called King Fitness - a sports brand with a focus on high-quality gym accessories.
I actually pre-ordered one of his products - the King Fitness gym bag via an Instagram ad. I was put on a pre-sales list and eventually received my order 6 weeks...
I'm back and today's episode is a solo show.
I give updates on what I was up to over the summer break and how I intend spending the next quarter.
There are going to be some changes in the format of the show - I shed some more light on these changes.
Back to Shopify...as may already know, I come from a marketing consulting background and initially thought that only serious businesses use Magento for ecommerce. God was I wrong and I take my words back.
I am a converted Shopify user...
On this episode, I am joined by Mark Patchett, Marketing Director at Trouva (https://www.trouva.com/).
Trouva is marketplace platform for boutique retail shops dotted across the UK and Europe. Trouve curates products, accepts payments and fulfils orders on behalf of listed partner stores.
They are really in the business of logistics. The platform eliminates the work of maintaining an online store by providing a shop with the software, customer service, and delivery teams needed to keep...
Rosh is the founder of ISSARA – an ethical minimal leather good brand. ISSARA operates in the affordable luxury space.
ISSARA is what I refer to as an agile eCommerce brand.
They make every single bag they product to order with a zero waste supply chain.
w/ Rosh Govindaraj