Following up on Amazon reviews with automated email is simpler than you think. We talk to Henson Wu on strategies that are sure to catch attention.
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The framework for this episode is inspired by the book, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey. This book has been a touchstone in my life for about 25 years, and when I apply the principles in this book, my life has gone better. I have found that this book is one of the most reliably realistic books about how life actually works. In this episode, we are covering the second habit of the seven as it pertains to goal setting, “begin with the end in mind”. The first habit, “be proactive”, was covered in episode 284.
Paul Harvey eCommerce seller and co-founder of Seller Chatbot
Paul had used ManyChat – it’s fantastic but has a very long learning curve (2-3 months)
He wanted something specifically for eCommerce.
Paul developed Seller Chatbot for himself. Then he made it available to clients via Beta.
Now it’s about to become available to the general public.
Last time on Amazing FBA we sat down with virtual assistant and entrepreneur Nadine Eich of Enida to talk about Finding Great Outsourcers. Today we’re diving into part two of my interview with Nadine to speak about retaining outsourcers and growing an ecommerce team.
If you’re a poor communicator like me, hiring a virtual assistant and maintaining a productive and happy relationship can be difficult. On this instalment of the podcast, we’ll dive into tips and tricks for hiring along with some incredible strategies for interacting with VAs in a way that keeps them motivated, fulfilled, and employed.
If you missed parts one & two of my conversation with Chris, make sure you check them out here. If you’re all caught up, let’s jump right in. As you know, Chris is the founder and CEO of Judolaunch–a product launching service designed to help sellers infiltrate the international markets. Chris has already given us so much valuable information about starting an Amazon business and going international; today it’s all about how to compete with Chinese sellers on Amazon.
On the last episode of The Amazing FBA, I talked about the realities of private label selling on Amazon. Consider this part two about how to sell on Amazon. Today I’ll be talking about some more practical tips. Don’t forget! If you want to sign up ETTR (Escape the Rat Race) Workshop, we’ll be covering all this and much, much more!