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432 : Taurin Bellavance – Level Up Your Amazon Business as a Value Buyer

By Stephen Peterson | May 15, 2020 |
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Welcome back to the eCommerce Momentum podcast, this week our guest, Taurin Bellavance. We had him as a guest a few years ago in episode 258. Back in that episode we talked about the importance of walking away. In this episode Bellavance talks about his progress since then and how he’s been managing his business…

431 : Douglas Levin – 3 Key principles: Know your: Customers, Brand Values and Competitors in building out your ecommerce business

By Stephen Peterson | April 29, 2020 |
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Can you answer the questions in the title? Do you really know who your ideal customer is? Does your brand represent the value you think it is? How well do you know your competitors? All of those things should be influencing your business.Every decision should take those “Key” principles into consideration and Doug helps you…

430 : Sean Humenchuk : Selling in different categories helps when the market changes quickly

By Stephen Peterson | April 14, 2020 |
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Sean is very humble. He will say he does not have it all figured out. I would ask have you met the person who does? So his advice is strong: Sell in multiple categories to weather the storms that will be coming. Now is the time to diversify. How many of us are heavy seller…

429 : Paul Retherford Scanpower – Don’t lose your bread and butter focus when scaling your business

By Stephen Peterson | April 3, 2020 |
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Get ready for some great advice from someone who sees a lot of successful (and some not so successful) Amazon businesses. It is has been a long time since I had Paul on and Scanpower has advanced so far since then. We catch up, catch up on Scanpower and then Paul gives us advice on…

428 : Stephen & Nick Peterson – Pivoting, spinning, adjusting and surviving challenging times

By Stephen Peterson | March 24, 2020 |
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How does the phrase go? “May you live in interesting times?” Well here we are. Very challenging to say the least. I see so many sellers struggling (us included). The day Amazon announced no more “non-essential” inventory could be sent in our account went under review. Scary times became even more scary for sure. Just…

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