As eCommerce store owners, most of us have been in a position to grow by leaps and bounds over the last two years. We all need to take stock and be grateful. I think every one of us needs to take stock and look at the number of new customers we’ve gained since March 2020.

We have been lucky when Business owners in many other industries have struggled just to remain open.

But with the world opening up, 2022 is turning out to be a tougher year for growth for most of us.

So we need to make some changes to the work we do.

I want you to flip your thinking about the value of quick wins vs playing the long game.

Over the next few weeks – I will share what’s working now to get more sales- for our members and for me.

The episodes will be actionable episodes, so grab a pen and make some notes.

Today I’m encouraging you to think strategically about your business.

Get focused on generating more leads every day.

I’ll tell you how. It’s not so hard!

AT WHAT STAGE IS YOUR BUSINESS?

The secret way to make big progress with Chontelle Fossey. Episode 124

The secret way to make big progress with Chontelle Fossey. Episode 124

A few months ago Chontelle Fossey joined my Ads Made Easy Coaching week, and then she joined the Inner Circle. Chontelle lives in New Zealand and she sells live plants. And she has a full-time job.She sells a perishable product in a small market and she has a limited...

10x your Audience in the Next 30 days. Episode 123

10x your Audience in the Next 30 days. Episode 123

A strategy to Supersize your Audience Building a big, warm audience is crucial for online store owners like us.In fact, it’s more important now than ever before. As the online world becomes “cookie-less” we’ll be less able to rely on traditional retargeting.It’s...

Reels That Sell with Tracy Harris. Episode 122

Reels That Sell with Tracy Harris. Episode 122

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