I was thinking of doing a bit of research to find out what I could do to help my clients make the leap from being a one-person shop to having multiple products and a wide variety of different categories in a single online store.
And then I came across this article by ecommerce specialist, Andrew Miller, who wrote an excellent post on why it’s so important to start your ecommerce company with a “bump-start” plan.
You need a plan, and it doesn’t need to be anything fancy.
Miller wrote that a bump-start plan is a plan that: 1.
Lets you know where you’re headed.
Lets the customer know how your business fits into their daily lives.
Lets them know how their products and services are different from those offered by your competitors.
As a business owner myself, I wanted to share some of my ideas and suggestions to help you get your new eCommerce company up and running quickly and smoothly.
The big one: Start with your customers.
The first thing you need to do is to get your business off the ground.
In order to be successful, you need the customers that are the most loyal to you.
The customers who buy your products and products from you want to be loyal to your brand.
The customers who have purchased your products or services from you have a greater loyalty to your business than those who haven’t.
So it’s important to find a way to make sure that your customers are your customers first and foremost.
Here’s what you need from your customers to make them happy.
Get to know them.
First, make sure you’re able to reach out to your customers and listen to their needs and needs.
The more you know about your customers, the better you can tailor your business to meet their needs.
For example, if you’re selling a range of clothes, the best thing you can do is get to know your customers from the start.
If you sell accessories, you can get to the point of making a few accessories, then offer them as an add-on for the items you sell.
If they want a new watch, you should be able to get them to buy it for you.
This is a great way to establish trust with your new customers and also provide them with some sense of security.
Know your customer’s needs.
When it comes to marketing, you want your customers’ needs to be heard first and the more they understand what you’re trying to accomplish with your business, the more satisfied they will be with the end result.
This is the biggest mistake many business owners make when it comes forking out for a new product or service.
They expect their customers to come to them and tell them what they want.
But they don’t really know their customers.
What you need is for them to feel that you’re listening.
They want to feel like you care and want to make a change in their lives.
This feeling will make your customers more likely to come back and buy your product or services.
Get them excited.
A bump-up plan should have a three-step process.
The initial step is to have a meeting.
This should be a time where your customers can tell you exactly what they need from you.
For instance, if they want something in particular, they might say, “I need a dress with a red bow on the back,” and you’ll tell them where to find it.
Then, you might invite them over for lunch and explain what you plan to offer.
Once they’re in the office and have a few minutes to speak to you, you’ll need to get their feedback.
Make sure they’re comfortable with what you’ve put in front of them and are excited about the next step.
Take their feedback into consideration.
Next, you may want to start offering a range or a set of products or a service that they’re going to want.
So you might start offering new clothing or accessories, or you might offer a range that includes different kinds of shoes.
This could be a new range that comes in three different sizes or a range where you offer a limited number of products in a set amount of time.
To get your customers excited about what you’ll offer, you must give them what you offer.
This includes giving them the opportunity to tell you how they feel about the product.
Offer a variety of products.
This will give your customers a reason to keep coming back.
So for example, a range might include shoes that are made for a specific type of foot, or it might be clothing that you offer for men that are designed for specific feet.
A great way for your customers is to provide a range with different sizes.
For a range, they could say, you’ve got shoes for all sizes, but the shoes for men are a size 6.