318: GREATEST HITS: 6 Things You Can Do Today To Grow Your Business

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We’re bringing back this Greatest Hit with 6 quick wins you can execute today to grow your business immediately. 

I get asked for my growth checklist for eCommerce businesses all the time so I’m bringing back this episode with Andrew Foxwell on how to grow your business with 6 tactical and quick wins you can implement today.

We’re sharing the tried and true things we know work from Facebook ad set up to email segmentation, and website optimization to customer acquisition. I guarantee these tips will help you generate sales and you’ll see results immediately.

Enjoy!

Episode Highlights

  • 3:59 Quick Win #1: 4-6% Lookalikes based off pixel value.
  • 5:21 Quick Win #2: Identify previous customers who are likely to spend again, but who are no longer on your email list, and hit them with remarketing.
  • 6:57 Quick Win #3: Integrate your Klaviyo audiences with Facebook.
  • 8:08 Quick Win #4: Turn great text reviews into video reviews.
  • 10:48 Quick Win #5: Use bid caps to ensure your Facebook ads are being shown.
  • 12:39 Quick Win #6: Get a fresh perspective on your website.

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Are you ready to hit 7-figures and unlock massive profit in your eComm business in the next 12 months?

If you want to scale up fast, while remaining profitable, we can help. We’ve worked with hundreds of early-stage eComm owners to pour the fuel on their businesses and level up from 6-figures to unstoppable 7-figure success.

This isn’t just getting you set up with the latest FB ads strategy or email marketing. We’ll help you see the big picture on how you can build and scale a profitable company with the right systems in place.

Are you ready to make your first million? Click here and LET’S GO!

Sponsor: Klaviyo 

Are you working around the clock to build the business you always imagined? Do you want to communicate with your fast growing list of customers in a personalized way, but also get time back to work on the rest of your business?

Do you ever wonder how the companies you admire, the ones that redefine their categories, like Living Proof and Chubbies, do it?

They do it by building relationships with their customers from the very beginning, while also evolving in real time as their customer’s needs change

These companies connect quickly with their customers, collect their information and start creating personalized experiences and offers that inspire rapid purchase…often within minutes of uploading their customer data

Klaviyo empowers you to own the most important thing to any business…the relationship between you and your customers, and the experiences you deliver from the first email to the last promotion.

To learn more about how Klaviyo helps you own your growth, visit www.klaviyo.com/influence.

Sponsor: Optimonk

At Ecommerce Influence, we struggled to answer the same question as most of our listeners: how do we best monetize our hard-earned website traffic? We wanted to improve conversions, personalize experiences for our site visitors, and create popups that people actually love. 

Lucky for us, we found a solution — OptiMonk. Companies like BlendJet, Avon, and The Body Shop use OptiMonk, because their solutions can boost an online store’s revenue by 20%.

OptiMonk can help you increase average order value, decrease cart abandonment, and collect valuable customer feedback. We worked with Optimonk to create a collection of high-converting popup templates exclusively for our listeners. 

Visit optimonk.com/influence to check them out, AND get a 50% discount off your first 3 months.

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