GFA275. We are talking about growing Amazon sales and today’s guest, Will Tjernlund is an expert in Amazon. He talks about leveraging humans to get keywords and concepts and ideas. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode275.
GFA274. Maximizing profits is the theme in today’s show with Mike Hartman, Managing Partner of Innoventic and a speaker in the upcoming Cross Border Summit sharing his insights on how to scale tens of thousands of products in Amazon and Shopify, how to make money, diversify and a lot more! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode274.
Prohibited Content Facebook Ads. Now, before you rush to create your ad campaigns in Facebook for your business, you have to know which ones are not acceptable so you wouldn’t waste your time and your money in making or having these ad content created. Read on to learn about some of the prohibited content per Facebook’s policy.
GFA272. Leveraging Facebook for Amazon. So today’s show we have Thomas Pruchinski from LandingCube.com. It’s a pretty awesome landing page software for amazon sellers. Their blog is really amazing, they give amazing content. We talked about the common mistake sellers make when they get their Facebook ads. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode272.
GFA271. Today’s interview is a good one, we have Jons Slemmer who is the new host of China Business Cast Podcast. Jons is an expert when it comes to Chinese hosting and servers. In the show he will give us amazing insights like how to not get your website blocked in China, how to host, we’re going to talk about licenses and procedures and strategies that are pretty valuable. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode271.
We discussed several times, the rising tariffs being imposed by the two countries on goods exported from and imported into between these countries. Entrepreneurs have become creative in their effort to cushion the effects of the rising costs of goods. In this post, we will take a look at another legal loophole that got companies heading for Hong Kong.