When people ask this question, I often find they are looking for fast results. So I won’t go into organic SEO or PR strategies. Today, I am going to give you 3 easy ways to gain traffic to your website. All 3 ways worked brilliantly for me when building my own only beauty business, but they are not the only 3 ways you can go about this.
Aliexpress is an eCommerce website based in China. It allows international shoppers to purchase items from wholesale retailers. It buys direct from manufacturers and sells a variety of products worldwide. It’s a mistake to go on Aliexpress and find a few products that are cheap and set up a dropshipping business, simply hoping it will work. Unfortunately, I have seen many people doing this throughout my years working as an eCommerce consultant. Here’s 3 things I would say to the person asking this question...
Hi, I am Matt Edmundson, eCommerce coach and 8-figure business owner. In this video I am going to answer the question “What should my return and refund policy be as a print-on-demand dropshipper?”
Firstly, there is a difference between risk and gambling. Gambling is all about blind luck, but you can plan for, and mitigate, risk. Truth be told: entrepreneurialism is all about risk. You are going to face risk if you are going to run a business of any kind.
The most profitable eCommerce business for you to run, is an entirely subjective matter. What is lucrative for me, won’t necessarily even be successful for you. It all depends on your circumstances.
If you don’t know, Shopify is a great platform to start your first eCommerce business. FIRST - make sure you have a good product that people want to buy. Check out my previous video entitled “What are the suggested products that could be sold online?” if you want to know how to do that. (I’ll link it in the video description.)
As an eCommerce business owner and coach, I get asked this question a lot. Truth is, if you don’t have a product that people are willing to buy - you don’t have a business.
Matt chats with Brendon MacDonald about inbound marketing and the possibilities of increasing your sales through it. Brendon shares some of his insight and explains the ins and outs of what 'inbound marketing' is.
Being able to bring customers from cart to checkout is a huge quality of an eCommerce website. Making sure that the possibility of abandoned carts is averted is key to this. Take a look at Matt's 3 simple steps that help in taking customers from cart to checkout.
Starting an online business? Here are the pros and cons of Shopify to help you. Matt also asks whether not going to university would effect him in the world of eCommerce.
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