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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.
I want to start off today by saying Amazon product criteria is bs.
In this episode, we will be just talking to the experienced Amazon Seller making over $100,000 a month. Tune in to find out what exactly you should be outsourcing for Amazon and how to go about it.
The best mental attitude that you need to approach when you’re getting to this point of running an Amazon business with outsourcing is making sure that you really are spending your time at the best level that’s continuing to grow the business.
About a month before Q4 starts you should sit down and start putting together how many people you need on your team and think about other possible situations. You want to make sure that you’re keeping up with your orders and your customer service. Set up a schedule of people working different hours so that people don’t get burnt out.
A lot of Amazon sellers will hire PPC experts or PCC Freelancers to come into their team to manage their campaigns and start new ones. Or to just keep them running on a regular basis. A lot of sellers also come to us to outsource monitoring their metrics which is a part of Amazon that they take very seriously.
As a business owner, your biggest win is going to have more time and less pressure on yourself. Outsourcing helps you achieve that initial goal of having a passive income stream that`s going to be working. It’s going to have people that can handle business processes on a daily basis. That way, you will be focused on where you add the most value. It’s not going to be as stressful as if you’re just handling it on your own.
Back on the show today is Nadine Eich from Enida, the Amazon VA Agency for the German Marketplace.
Today we’ve got Nadine Eich from Germany. Nadine runs a virtual assistant agency for Amazon sellers called Enida and she’s here to share her tips for selling and Amazon Germany customer service.