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In today’s world, driving traffic to a website is not enough. In fact, those numbers will be useless if they do not eventually convert to sales. Imagine a physical store, a boutique perhaps, with hundreds of visitors each day. If those window shoppers aren’t into what you are selling and they leave empty-handed, foot traffic does not even matter.
How you can create an online presence for your business and get brand new customers today!
Many countries are still on lockdown. Many people still can’t – or won’t – travel. There’s that nagging feeling of missing out on something fun and spectacular. How to fight your #FOMO? We explore ways to encourage #JOMO instead!
I am going to walk you through the best strategies to help you grow in eCommerce. I’m going to share the timing of when you should be profitable during your product launch and what to do to get there.
For today’s tip and tool review, I’m going to talk about Amazon’s brand analytics, which is the Amazon search terms tool. First of all, what is brand analytics? Brand analytics is something that is available to only registered brands on Amazon. Therefore, if you are a registered brand on Amazon, you’re going to see this brands area of your menu in Seller Central. And so you can then click on brand analytics. You will see that there are lots of different tools there.
Today I am going to show you how to get the most conversions from your advertising during your product launch. All month long, we’ve been covering our winning formula for product launches, including our three phases of launch to set your product up for maximum success when it comes to sales and conversions.
Find out how an extreme couponer used her passion & knowledge of shopping for deals, to build a seven-figure dominion
Today I want to talk about trends. As you know, we sometimes use Google, keywords everywhere, the search bar, Google Trends, etc. to look at trends. But another tool that I love for looking at trends is Treendley.
The 3 phases to launching your product on Amazon, how to grow in e-commerce, set up your PPC for maximum conversions, how to create traffic, and drive it to your page.
To benefit from the referral bonus you have to drive traffic to Amazon from off of Amazon. Whether that traffic is from your Facebook page, or from your Google search ads, anywhere where you’re driving traffic to Amazon using a link to your product page or your storefront, which results in a conversion, Amazon is going to pay you a bonus of 10% of the product sales driven to Amazon by your non-Amazon marketing efforts.