327: What It Takes To Make 6 Figures Of Profit In Ecommerce With Steve Chou
13 min

As a new entrepreneur, making 6 figures per year with an ecommerce store may seem insurmountable at first. So in this episode, I discuss how to overcome self-doubt and what it takes to make 6 figures of profit in ecommerce.
What You’ll Learn

Breaking down 6 figures in profit
Necessary skills to run a 6 figure business
How to overcome the doubters in your life
How much work does it take to make 6 figure income

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The Ecomcrew Ecommerce Podcast
The Ecomcrew Ecommerce Podcast
Mike Jackness and Dave Bryant | eCommerce, Shopify, and Amazon FBA Experts
E347: Under the Hood Catch-Up with Cory Stout of Woodies
Cory Stout is perhaps the most frequent guest of the EcomCrew podcast. He did a Roadshow with us as well as a two-part Under the Hood segment. In this episode, I talk to him again to see how his business is doing and how my advice to him almost three years ago worked out. We also talk about the future of ecommerce, his plans for the next year, and other random stuff about being an entrepreneur in this day and age. Timestamps: * How being consistent helped in growing my sites - 3:42 * How Cory implemented my email marketing advice in his business - 7:35 * Living in a world of infinite leverage - 9:40 * Assessing Cory’s plan to make an eCEO - 12:20 * What decisions are worth making and which ones should be delegated - 16:48 * The effects of raising your products’ prices - 24:44 * Living in the present vs. living online - 29:20 * The philosophy that best defines me - 32:36 * The future of ecommerce - 36:15 * Will Amazon still be the ecommerce leader in 3 to 5 years? - 40:22 * Cory’s plans for 2021 - 45:58 If you want to know more about Cory’s business, you can check out his awesome sunglasses over at woodies.com. If you want to be a guest at the podcast, you can sign up now to get an hour of free coaching. This is also an opportunity for you to create more awareness about your brand while we get awesome content for the podcast. It’s a win-win! And if you’re getting value out of the business advice we give to guests on the show, you’ll love our upcoming webinar. Get the chance to ask us anything on December 1 during our Q&A webinar. This is a feature that we give exclusively to EcomCrew Premium members, but we’re letting you experience it for free. All you have to do is sign up and show up on December 1 at 10 AM (PST). I hope you enjoyed this episode, and if you did, please leave us a review over on iTunes. Happy selling!
50 min
The Hustle And Flowchart Podcast
The Hustle And Flowchart Podcast
Matt Wolfe & Joe Fier
Therapy Session - The Tools We Use For Affiliate Marketing
One of the things we get asked a lot is what are the tools we use for various things in our business. So since we are affiliate marketers, today’s show is all about all the affiliate marketing tools that we use in our business when it comes to software, but more importantly how we use them and how they connect with each other. You’ll hear all about the best tools we recommend for email automation, webinars, creating videos, membership, link shorteners, and a whole host of other stuff that we either use now or have used in the past. We also include some cool ways you can put these tools to use as well as how some of our previous guests have insights on these tools as well. After you have listened, be sure to check out some of the episodes we mentioned including our show with Brian Dean where we chat all about SEO and our show with Rob & Kennedy and their tactics with email marketing. “If you can create this perfect journey for your customer, there are tools and if you string up the process, you can make it the most enjoyable journey for someone and they will have so much trust with you, and that’s why they will buy more stuff.” - Joe Fier “I almost see tech as a creative pursuit in the sense that I love trying to tie technical tools together in ways that people haven’t tied them. To me, there’s a creative art form about the tech that we do.” - Matt Wolfe Some Topics We Discussed Include: * Why learning and using technology is actually a creative art form * How we are working more strategically so we end up working less time * Why using a deadline funnel is the hot sauce to your marketing (put it on everything!) * How to optimize articles you already have on your site to boost them up to page one * Why we haven’t used Photoshop in over a year, and the easy tool we use instead * Tools we have used to double in our opt-in rate * How and why you want to create the ultimate customer journey so they will buy from you over and over again * And much, much more! References and Links Mentioned: * Active Campaign * AWeber * Drip * Convert Kit * Infusion Soft * Convert Box * Optin Monster * Thrive Architect * Groove Pages * ClickFunnels * Members Pro * Snappa * Deposit Photos * Ahrefs * Topic * Deadline Funnel * Pretty Links * Loom * Thrivecart * Unicorn Equity * Designrr * Episodes with George Bryant and Rob & Kennedy for email tactics * How Convert Box Doubled Our Opt-In Rate * 12 Ways To Use Convertbox To Get More Opt-ins And Sales From Your Website * Episdoes with Stephan Spencer, Brian Dean, Nate Broughton, David Sinik, and Matthew Woodward for SEO tactics * Brian Dean’s Skyscraper Strategy * Charley Valher of Valher Media who’s helping us grow our podcast * Joe Kerns and Mike Alvarez from Majik Marketing, who are assisting us on the email automation side. * Are you ready to be EPIC with us?! Then grab our EGP Letter here! * Did you know we have an awesome YouTube Channel? * Join the Facebook Community - be sure to hop in our Facebook group to chat with us, our other amazing guests that we’ve had on the show, and fellow entrepreneurs! * This episode is sponsored by our go-to SEO research tool, Ahrefs.com, and by Easy Webinar - be sure to check out these special deals for our listeners. * Email Marketing Tactics From A Mind Reader And A Hypnotist - Rob & Kennedy * Google And YouTube SEO Strategies For 2019 - Brian Dean
1 hr 17 min
Foundr Magazine Podcast with Nathan Chan
Foundr Magazine Podcast with Nathan Chan
Nathan Chan
334: Matt Mullenweg @ WordPress
As someone who has pioneered the tech industry with his open-source software, and boasts 38% of the internet using his product, Matt Mullenweg is still one of the most humble and inspiring entrepreneurs we’ve ever met. In this insightful interview, Mullenweg discusses the biggest challenges faced by companies today, and the importance of looking after your team and people. As a company that has operated remotely since it’s beginnings, Mullenweg stresses the importance of team-building, and why he took his entire company to Disneyland. Mullenweg touches on some key issues faced by entrepreneurs the worldover - chronic dissatisfaction in progress, and that whatever you do is never enough. He says instead of saying to yourself that it’s not enough, entrepreneurs need to say “it is enough, and there’s more to do!” From the acquisition of powerhouses such as Tumblr, WooCommerce, and his dedication to supporting others, Mullenweg discusses his life’s plan to create as much open-source software as possible and encourage creativity across the globe. This interview will leave a smile on your face and give you the motivation and drive to work towards a better future for all. Key Takeaways * How Mullenweg founded WordPress, and operating as a remote-working business in the early 2000s * Mullenweg’s beliefs on company culture and the importance of in-person team-building activities especially for remote workers * The future of the office and why he believes it will be obsolete post-Covid * Mullenweg reveals that as an angel investor, the key things he looks for in a business or founder * The future of web development and WordPress * The biggest challenges faced by companies today and the importance of looking after your team and people * Chronic dissatisfaction as a founder and why needs to become a more positive drive
42 min
The Art of Online Business
The Art of Online Business
Rick Mulready
8 Must-Read Business and Mindset Books
Are you looking for a simple way to work on your mindset? Nothing beats a good book, right? I want to share with you eight business and mindset books that have completely changed my life. I know that’s a bold statement, but it’s true. I get asked all the time what books I recommend, so I wanted to take some time to tell you not only what books I recommend, but why I recommend them so highly. As you know, I believe that 80% of the success in your online business is mindset. These books have helped me to do the mindset work behind the scenes. On Today’s Show You’ll Learn: * The importance of mindset * How you can act like you’ve already achieved your goals * My eight book recommendations * Why I’m always looking for mindset books * The value of understanding your money mindset and where it came from * Why we have to let go of control * How giving to others will help you to achieve your goals I love hearing your recommendations too, so if you have any books in mind that you think should have made this list, I’d love for you to share them over in our Facebook group. If you’re not already in there, you can join the group now at www.rickmulready.com/group. You can see a list of all the books I mentioned today over on my brand new website at the bottom of the about page. Just go to www.rickmulready.com/about and scroll all the way down! Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode: www.rickmulready.com/group www.rickmulready.com/about Full show notes available at www.rickmulready.com/445
34 min
Youpreneur FM Podcast
Youpreneur FM Podcast
Chris Ducker
The 30-Day Momentum Checklist
As entrepreneurs, we all have moments where we may lack momentum to get things done, and don’t worry, it’s completely normal to feel like this from time to time. There are many things that contribute to slowing down our momentum, but there are a few things we can do to prevent this from happening. In this episode, I deep dive into the 30-day momentum checklist that I swear by doing every day to ensure I prevent those periods of feeling unmotivated as much as I possibly can. Tune in to find out how you can begin implementing these key strategies to your daily routine! Episode Timestamps [07:11] - Identify your non-negotiables [07:41] - Lean into things that have been working [08:30] - How bad do you want to make it work [09:47] - Consider where the lack of momentum is coming from Essential Learning Points From This Episode Every entrepreneur should have a set of non-negotiables Double down on things that have been working well for your business Think about what you need to do in order to achieve your goals Identify why you may have the lack of momentum to do certain tasks Important Links & Mentions From This Episode  https://www.youpreneur.com/incubator (Join the Youpreneur Incubator Coaching Group for 2021!) https://www.virtualfreedombook.com/ (Pick up Chris’ first bestselling book, Virtual Freedom) https://riseoftheyoupreneur.com/ (Pick up Chris’ second bestselling book, Rise of the Youpreneur) https://www.youpreneuracademy.com (Join the Youpreneur Academy today) http://youpreneurhub.com (Join the Youpreneur Hub Facebook Group)  http://youtube.com/chrisducker (Subscribe to Chris’ YouTube channel) https://www.youpreneur.com/podcast (Browse the Youpreneur FM Podcast Archive) https://youpreneur.com/personal-branding-roadmap-download/ (Download your FREE copy of the Personal Branding Roadmap) https://youpreneur.com/freecourse (Check out our FREE video course on YouTube!)   Thank you for tuning in!  There are a lot of podcasts you could be tuning into today, but you chose ours, and we’re grateful for that. If you enjoyed today’s show, please share it by using the social media buttons you see on the player at the top of this page. Also, kindly consider taking the 60-seconds it takes to https://www.chrisducker.com/itunes (leave an honest review and rating for the podcast on iTunes), they’re extremely helpful when it comes to the ranking of the show and you can bet that I read every single one of them personally! Lastly, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on your favorite app, using the link below the player at the top of this page.
14 min
The Do You Even Blog Podcast
The Do You Even Blog Podcast
Pete McPherson
Real-World Strategies for Getting Featured in the Media - Jamila Souffrant
Who wants to get featured on allll those big media outlets? Magazines? News shows? Podcasts?? Jamila Souffrant is a Pro at this (check out here podcast, Journey to Launch!), and is here to help us get started building our own little "influencer" empire of featurettes :) Show notes here: https://doyouevenblog.com/real-world-strategies-for-getting-featured-in-the-media-jamila-souffrant/ WANT TO LEAVE A VOICEMAIL AND GET FEATURED ON THE PODCAST? Visit https://doyouevenblog.com/voicemail/ and leave me a note! I'll give you a shoutout on the podcast, answer your question, and also link back to your website where appropriate :) FREE TRAININGS: 💻[Webinar] How to Start a Podcast (The Easy Way): https://doyouevenblog.com/podcast-training/ 💻[PDF] Podcast Launch Checklist: https://doyouevenblog.com/podcast-launch-checklist/ 💻[7-Day Email Course] 60-Minute SEO: https://doyouevenblog.com/60-minute-seo/ LET'S CONNECT! Instagram: https://instagram.com/bloggerpete Twitter: https://twitter.com/doyouevenblog Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/doyouevenblog/ Website: https://doyouevenblog.com/ Private Membership Community: https://onlineimpact.co/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/doyouevenblog COURSES & TOOLS: 👉1HR BLOG POST: https://doyouevenblog.com/1hrblogpost/ 👉CONTENT EVERYWHERE: https://doyouevenblog.com/content-everywhere/ 👉Podcourse: https://podcourse.com/
49 min
The Email Marketing Show
The Email Marketing Show
ResponseSuite
Writing email every day vs batch writing in one go
Do you like to write your emails as you go, or are you a die-hard batcher?  Many of us like to live on the edge, writing each and every day, whilst some of us simply couldn't fathom such a thing. Whichever approach you prefer…that’s totally cool and you should always choose what works best for YOU and your business.  However, we wanted to use this episode go through the pros and cons of each approach because there may be some points in here that you haven’t thought about, which could make you think about changing things up….. The Email Marketing Automation You Should Have In Your BusinessEpisode Content(02:25) Our goal as the Email Marketing Heroes.   (03:12) What’s the deal with all the copy-cats?  (05:35) Candles, romantic music and slippers…..the perfect setting for batching, right? (07:56) Another big benefit to batching and it’s all in the structure. (09:28) The biggest downside to batching….which WILL happen to you at some point.  (10:36) Are you feeling sad today? Maybe a little p****d off? Or are you ecstatically happy?  (13:13) This downside to batching is one of the reasons why we tend not to do it. (14:27) The main reason we like to write as we go.    (16:42) Something HUGE has just happened in the world. What do you do? (19:26) Happy Birthday to us!  (21:11) Are you a lover of routines?   (25:08) Kennedy and the joys of crap Airport wi-fi….seriously…why is it always so bad? (28:44) A hybrid approach…how could that work well? (31:50) How we like to use the hybrid approach.  (34:44) What are YOU going to do?  Episode Resourceshttps://launch.emailmarketingheroes.com/warrior (Download The Email Marketers' GamePlan) https://get.emailmarketingheroes.com/league (JOIN The League Of Extraordinary Email Marketers) https://twitter.com/RobandKennedy (Connect with us on Twitter) for podcast updates and email marketing content Subscribe and Review The Email Marketing Show PodcastThanks so much for tuning into the podcast, if you enjoyed it we'd really appreciate you Subscribing to and leaving us a Review of the show on your favourite podcast player. Not only does it let us know you're out there, listening, but your feedback helps us to keep creating the most useful episodes - not to mention to helps us get discovered by more people.
37 min
The Ecommerce Influence Podcast: Advanced Acquisition and Retention Strategies for Fast-Growing Online Brands
The Ecommerce Influence Podcast: Advanced Acquisition and Retention Strategies for Fast-Growing Online Brands
Austin Brawner & Andrew Foxwell: Ecommerce Marketing Experts
279: SaaS Revolution: An Inside Look at Starting A Software Company
Thinking about starting a software company? This week’s guest is giving you a behind-the-scenes look at exactly what to expect. Michael Facchin is the ultimate bootstrapper. His digital marketing career started in freelance, then he built an agency, Search Scientists, but soon came to a daunting realization: His business wasn’t future proof. With the rise of AI and Facebook Ads becoming more intuitive, he knew manually pulling the levers for his clients’ ad spend wasn’t going to last forever. Thus, Ad Badger - a software tool designed to optimize Amazon PPC - was born. It’s been over two years since Michael was last on the show and I’m so excited to have him back. Not only is Michael one of my closest friends, but he’s an expert at PPC and in today’s episode he’s sharing the ins and outs of starting a software company, the pros & cons of bootstrapping vs joining an accelerator, having VC funding, and a few key insights he’s learned on his entrepreneurial journey. If you’ve ever considered starting a software company, this episode is for you. Enjoy! Episode Highlights * 5:38 Mike’s journey from biology teacher to ads agency owner * 8:03 Growing a business as a result of the rise of AI * 12:11 Why Amazon has the best ad platform for direct response marketing * 15:12 A bootstrappers mentality vs the accelerator mentality * 18:45 How to determine if an accelerator is a good idea for you * 21:05 The metrics Michael focuses on most to move his business forward * 23:23 Mike’s unique perspective on retirement * 26:19 How Michael is evolving his workhorse mentality and detangling himself from entrepreneurship * 31:27 The motivation behind diving into entrepreneurship * 34:55 The hardest part about starting a software company * 41:01 How Michael and his team use the scrum methodology and why they are moving away from Slack * 46:27 What Michael wishes he could tell his younger self * 48:28 The number 1 thing every entrepreneur should have on their entrepreneurial journey * 50:54 Michael's favorite book on entrepreneurship that changed his leadership style for the better * 53:14 Is Ad Badger right for you? Links and Resources: * Michael Facchin on LinkedIn * Ad Badger * Search Scientists * PPC Den Podcast * Ad Badger on YouTube * Reboot by Jerry Colonna * TechCrunch * Crunchbase * Podcast 115: How Retargeting Will Improve Your Business’ Results * @a_brawn on Twitter * Brand Growth Experts * Review or subscribe on iTunes
58 min
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