“Ecommerce Brands are Facing 80% Failure Rate” Practical E-commerce Despite these distressing statistics, Levi Feigenson successfully generated $27,800 in revenue during the first month of his e-commerce business. Feigenson, with his wife, launched an eco-friendly accessories brand named Mushie in July of 2018. Since then, there is no going back for the owners as well as for the brand. Today, Mushie brings around $450,000 in sales. At this competitive e-commerce age, where 50% of sales
The vast majority of requests that I get on Martech Zone are guest post requests. We’re pretty open on these requests as long as they’re not outwardly salesy or just trying to garner backlinks. I’m adamant that the the content we provide be of quality to keep to my goal of helping marketers research, discover, and learn about marketing technology. The process for a guest post can be a pain, though. While I have a
Today’s legal marketplace is increasingly competitive. As a result, this puts a lot of pressure to a lot of lawyers and law firms to stand out from the rest of the competition. It’s tough it is to strive for a professional presence online. If your site isn’t compelling enough, clients move on to your competitors. That’s why, your brand (and that includes your website) should significantly impact your business, help you find new clients, and boost
As WordPress continues to capture enterprise marketshare, we continue to get many more requests from large businesses who have beautiful sites designed by amazing branding and graphic design companies – but lack the optimization needed to impact their organic search results. Before we even work on content strategies for our clients, we start with assisting them with optimization. There’s not much of a use for investing in premium content if your site doesn’t get found!
For quite a long time, I was only trying to consult with funded startups and large enterprise clients because I knew I’d be able to move the conversion needle dramatically with companies that had resources and time to capture market share. Last year, for the first time, I decided to apply the same techniques that I used for those companies with regional, small companies… and it’s had a dramatic impact on improving their organic search
Whenever I describe ranking to my customers, I use the analogy of a boat race where Google is the ocean and all of your competitors are other boats. Some boats are bigger and better, some old and barely staying afloat. Meanwhile, the ocean is moving as well… with storms (algorithm changes), waves (search popularity crests and troughs), and of course the continued popularity of your own content. There are often times where I can identify