Here’s a list of books we’re reading in 2019 in pursuit of infinite hourly rate business growth. Continue reading “Books in the 2019 reading list for eCommerce Entrepreneurship”
The Star Principle Book Insights
Arguably not a book for the many, but a book for the few, Richard Koch’s The Star Principle introduces a structured way to think about success in business.
He leaves you with the realisation that there’s business success and then there’s BUSINESS SUCCESS.
This is defined by the fact that 10% compound growth for 10 years takes a £1m business and turns it into a £3.2m business. 50% growth turns it into a £72m business in the same time period.
5 X the growth rate yields, 20 X the return
But this books’ about more than the simple, but often overlooked compound effect. Continue reading “The Star Principle Book Insights”
Affiliate Marketing Site Business Budget
Tackling the cost of starting up and running an affiliate website are typically hidden. You can do things a million ways with every combination of in-sourcing and outsourcing going. Continue reading “Affiliate Marketing Site Business Budget”
Optimising & Measuring External Traffic on Amazon
Danny’s podcast explains some absolute golden nuggets when it comes to tracking and measuring effectiveness of your external sources of traffic.
The Amazon store functionality available to brand registered sellers is the key to unlocking this traffic measurement capability. Continue reading “Optimising & Measuring External Traffic on Amazon”
Best Websites For Hiring New Team Members
Hiring new team members is a critical part of growing and expanding your business capability and capacity to serve your customers.
So it’s a hot topic and not one to take lightly. Here are some sites we’ve found and in some cases used to find and hire new team members. Continue reading “Best Websites For Hiring New Team Members”
Creating a WordPress Plugin for Custom PHP Functions
Original Article from WPMU DEV
modifying the functions.php is a futile task. Any time a plugin or theme updates, the functions gets rewritten and your code is removed.
Here’s the alternative approach Continue reading “Creating a WordPress Plugin for Custom PHP Functions”
How to modify the Functions.php file through cPanel
If the functions.php fails for some reason (i.e you duplicate functions within the main PHP file and those entered through a plugin for applying custom PHP code – for instance the “My Custom Functions” Plugin) Continue reading “How to modify the Functions.php file through cPanel”
Adding a “Paywall” to your content with a plugin
A diluted version of the membership model or the training model for revenue generation is blocking content behind a “paywall”. It does what it says on the tin – it’s puts up a wall until you pay! Or does it?
Elegant themes covered the laterpay WordPress plugin which is essentially a paywall – but it relies on a trust based system. People agree to pay and get instant access to content, but “pay later” hence the plugin name.
Find out more… Continue reading “Adding a “Paywall” to your content with a plugin”
How to create a content outline for successful content outsourcing
Content outlines and ways to assess quality of content are critical if you’re going to get content that’s great AND produced in volume without huge amounts of editing.
The following is the result of a discussion on a FB thread that helped sum this up really well.Continue reading “How to create a content outline for successful content outsourcing”
Marketing Objectives of an Amazon FBA Business
Marketing is attempting to increase the perceived value of the product in the customers eyes whilst increasing the number of eyes that value the product that see it… More eyes + High Perceived Value = Increased Traffic + Increased Conversions = More Sales Continue reading “Marketing Objectives of an Amazon FBA Business”