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Friday, April 23, 2021

Archive for the 'Ecommerce Campaigns Optimization' Category

Magnum Automated Store builder with free buyer traffic #ad

E-commerce is booming. You are missing opportunities if you don’t join in. Magnum makes it easy. Here are the highlights: ✓ Build dynamic stores in a couple cf clicks ✓ Sell either digital products, physical products, or both ✓ Get traffic from 99 sources in seconds ✓ Ready-to-go stores in the hottest niches are included ✓ Step-by-Step tutorials included Magnum is the product of the fertile mind of Venkata Ramana, who has been selling online for years and who is the author of many popular marketing tools. (Recent examples include: Breeze Funnels, Wizzard, Empire, Krowd, vSuite,... [...]

$0 to $1,000 in a Day: The Marketing Method You Must Use to Grab People’s Attention [Video]

The Entrepreneur magazine team has posted a video featuring Trevor Chapman on ‘$0 to $1,000 in a Day: The Marketing Method You Must Use to Grab People’s Attention’. Andrea Huspeni says, “Not all marketing is created the same. “And for Trevor Chapman, an ecommerce pro, entrepreneurs are spending too much time focusing on competing with huge companies by using the wrong kind of marketing. “In our second video for $0 to $1,000, a series in which we help ecommerce entrepreneurs learn what it takes to make a grand a day running their virtual store, Chapman talks... [...]

5 Tips to Optimize Ecommerce Campaigns

Your online campaigns directly affect the ecommerce performance. Right ecommerce campaigns can help you drive more sales online. Entrepreneur writer Rocco Baldassarre has shared five tips to help marketers optimize their ecommerce campaigns. On importance of tagging everything, Baldassarre says, “Tag everything you can, including campaigns, sources, mediums and terms. By tagging all that you can, you can perform a deeper analysis of what triggers the assisted conversions. Tagging ads adds additional values in the URL but does not change the URL destination. On Facebook and Bing, these are... [...]