In today’s episode, we talk with I Choose Me founder Ashley Longstaff about her journey to building an online store with a small family in tow. She walks us through her corporate career, the challenges of being a working mum, and the mistakes that nearly crippled her business.
Karen tells us how she navigated Verde’s transition into an online store and the challenge of having a myriad of products. We talk about the advantages of identifying key products and selling unbranded products, highlighting the importance of constantly testing, measuring, and tweaking your website.
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.
In today’s episode, we dive into our 3-step process which has produced amazing results for our clients and students.
In today’s episode, we chat with Nic McClanachan who owns and operates dot on a sock, an eCommerce business that sells kids socks. She was able to transform a personal pain point into an opportunity, and she walks us through the steps she took to get her business off the ground.
In today’s episode, we are going to share with you our 3 tier content formula that we use to grow our clients’ and students’ online stores.
In today’s episode, we chat with Christine Law, the founder of The Outdoor Table. She launched her store in 2015 and ran the website herself. Now, her business has gotten enough recognition that it is starting to attract corporate interest.
We’re going to teach you how to increase your website’s conversion rate, bringing back points we’ve shared in earlier episodes. We also share tips on building trust through your website. And finally, is your website traffic-ready? We have the ultimate test to find out!
In today’s episode, we talk with Colleen Jackson from Ride Proud Clothing. She joined the very first round of Ignitor three years ago, and since then, her business has doubled in revenue and even found success in other countries.
Going to brick-and-mortar stores is a very sensory experience. Today, we explain what solid messaging can do for you. We’re going to help you up your brand and product messaging game so that you can evoke a similar experience for people who check out your online store.