Ep. 18 – Benefits of Doing the Unscalable

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Why would a system-loving eCommerce growth strategist team be telling you to do the unscalable? Simple. There’s magic in doing the unscalable.

So how should you do it?

In today’s must-listen episode, we’re sharing with you our unconventional approach to uncovering amazing insights and feedback from your audience, creating sticky long term relationships with your community, generating memorable experiences and repeat purchases all through doing the unscalable. 

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If you’re ready to sell more on your online store, this is the podcast for you!

Episode Highlights

  1. Do the unscalable – sometimes [01:45]
  2. Benefit 1: Uncover amazing insights by engaging with customers through emails [02:33]
  3. Benefit 2: Create “sticky” or long-term relationships by engaging with customers [04:03]
  4. Benefit 3: Generate repeat customers by creating memorable experiences [05:50]
    1. Megan’s unboxing experience with Poppy Lane [06:32]
  5. Personally engage with your customers & build valuable connections [09:43]

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Ep. 34 – Bricks & Mortar to Online Store With Karen Wagner From Verde

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Ep. 33 – Social Enterprise eCommerce With Heather Rayside From for Dignity

Ep. 33 – Social Enterprise eCommerce With Heather Rayside From for Dignity

In today’s episode, Heather Rayside, the founder of For Dignity, joins us on the show to talk about her social enterprise. She is one of our Ignitor students, and she went through “reverse culture shock” after spending 8 years in Vietnam. Now, she uses her online store to empower women and support her cause.