All Main Amazon Systems On – Shift Into Optimizing

Michael MicheliniEcommerce Series, Podcast1 Comment

So – the main parts of the Amazon FBA business are finally “alive” – this frankenstein monster is making moves! Two listings online and the moka pot in production with more items going in, we are gaining traction. In today’s episode we are discussing some of the steps we have been taking in getting things rolling, some of the financial management ideas, reports, pipeline, and more

Topics Covered in this Episode

  • Since Last Session

    What has happened since last call – our second listing is live

  • Getting Reviews

    Following up with customers on leaving a review (manually!)

  • Financials and Reporting

    Sorting through financials

  • Buying More

    Planning re-order of the first product

  • Paid advertising

    PPC and keyword optimization

  • Growing and Managing the team

    Managing the online team

  • Creative marketing

    Video production

  • Moka Pot

    What is the latest with this epic long production.

  • Challenges and Opportunities

    What are some issues we are facing now and how do we plan to overcome them

  • Plans for the next podcast session (2 weeks)

    What are some goals we have in mind. Let’s put it out there.

People / Companies / Resources Mentioned in this Episode

Episode Length 25:26

Now it is time for that continued grind of e-commerce – managing inventory, deciding which products to keep and which to cut. Cash Flow management is critical, and we are working hard on getting more systems and reports in place to use data, not our gut, to make things happen.

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One Comment on “All Main Amazon Systems On – Shift Into Optimizing”

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