How To Keep Your ACOS Down ft. Rick Wong of Sellermetrics
Reducing or calculating your ACOS can be a confusing subject and also a pain point for new and experienced Amazon sellers. In this podcast episode, our guest is Rick Wong, founder of Sellermetrics. Learn how you can utilize automation tools to help lower your ACOS. Check the timestamps below: 00:00 - Getting to know Rick 04:26 - What is Sellermetrics? 07:42 - Why Sell Your Company? 09:53 - Why use an Automation Tool? 13:40 - Keeping your ACOS low with Sellermetrics 19:33 - Types of Ad Inventory 22:01 - What is Dayparting? 26:18 - What is a reasonable ACOS? 32:26 - Calculating Your PPC Budget 38:24 - How Sellermetrics Differentiates from other Automation tools? 38:43 - #1 Feature | Centralized Metrics for Multiple Marketplaces 43:54 #2 - Feature | Optimize Ads Automatically & Manually 46:24 - Amazon Marketplaces: Start Launching NOW. --- To know more about Sellermetrics, visit sellermetrics.app --- You can also join our weekly Amazon Newsletter for more relatable content — Sellerbites! Visit sellerbites.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/sellerinteractive/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sellerinteractive
Rick Wong reflects on losing his dad at age 10 [WPP076]
The Widowed Parent Podcast
I had such a great discussion with Rick Wong for this episode. Rick lost his dad when he was just 10 years old. This was back in the 1960s, so Rick has a lifetime of reflections and experiences to share with us. Rick says he was totally lost from age 10, when his dad died, to around age 18. He was lucky enough to have family and teachers who saw tremendous potential in him, and some of them took him under their wings. Rick went on to become a successful corporate executive and entrepreneur, and an accomplished musician as well. Some topics Rick and I discuss include: Going from a straight A student to barely passing after his dad died; Shifting from being a middle or upper-middle class family to relying on food stamps after his dad died, and his sense that they might have been homeless if family hadn’t stepped in to help; Hearing from all his relatives and family friends on the day his dad died that he now needed to be the “man of the house;” Finding out many years later details about his dad’s death that his family didn’t want to share when he was younger; Trying to look at examples around him to figure out how to be a man; Looking back now and realizing that he was probably depressed in the years after his dad died; What it was like to approach age 50 himself, which is the age his dad died; and Why giving back is so important to him now as an adult. I hope you enjoy my discussion with Rick Wong. -=-=-=-=- Thank you sponsors & partners: Audible - Get a FREE audiobook and 30-day free trial: www.audibletrial.com/widowedparent BetterHelp - Talk with a licensed, professional therapist online. Get 10% off your first month: betterhelp.com/widowedparent Blue Apron - Special offers for listeners of the podcast: jennylisk.com/blueapron Support the show: Patreon, Merch, and More -=-=-=-=-
When customers and clients choose with whom they do business, they look for five things from sellers—The Five Abilities®.Rick Wong is the creator of The Five Abilities® sales methodology and is the CEO/Founder of The Five Abilities LLC. Rick has spent more than 35 years growing revenue for Fortune 100 companies as an employee, partner, and seller. He held posts at American Bank Stationery, Hewlett-Packard, and Microsoft, and exited as VP Global Device Partners, in Microsoft’s OEM Division. He spent a decade in global leadership roles including three years as VP Asia and four years as VP Global Device Partners, for Microsoft’s OEM Division. His teams drove design wins along with global sales and marketing, with Asian device manufacturers.In addition to The Five Abilities® LLC, he has success in his own entrepreneurial pursuits ranging from co-owning a franchise to launching his own music production company which resulted in national press, sales, and radio play, of children’s music that he composed and performed. He uses the music to raise funds for non-profits that are focused on childrens’s issues with a specific focus on homelessness in the Seattle area.As a successful salesperson, sales manager, marketer, corporate executive, and entrepreneur, Rick learned from his own experiences and from the incredibly successful business leaders with whom he’s been blessed to work. His experience taught him that when decision-makers choose with whom they’ll do business, they look for just five things—The Five Abilities®. He’s documented his learnings in his book, Winning Lifelong Customers with The Five Abilities® - launched in March 2017.Rick also serves as an advisor to the CEO/Founder of Simplicity Consulting, a marketing consulting firm that was part of the Inc 5000, five years in a row. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Vision House, a Christian non-profit company that serves homeless parents with children in King County, Washington. In his spare time, Rick enjoys music, both listening and playing. He enjoys reading and watching sports of all types. He personally enjoys fly-fishing, cycling, and hiking. He’s been married to his best friend since 1981. Their son has entrepreneurial ventures in NYC. Their daughter works at Amazon in digital media. Questions that Rob asks,What have you done that has brought you the most satisfaction?What is it like working personally for Microsoft Founders Bill Gates and Steve Balmer?What can we learn from them?What does it take to be successful?What are the five abilities?How is it being a introvert living in an extraverts world?What is the one question you wish people asked you?Join the Business Revolutionary Club for free www.revolutionclub.tetrakey.comGet Ricks brilliant book 'Winning Lifelong Customers With The Five Abilities' here https://goo.gl/RSfvqQ
Sifu Rick Wong is a martial artist and physical therapist raised in New York and now living in Massachusetts. Sifu Rick Wong - Episode 218 One’s affinity for martial arts may come from their heritage. That is definitely the case for Sifu Rick Wong who fell in love with martial arts as soon as he saw Kung fu movies. Kung fu has taught him to be resilient with challenges, and to keep quitting off his list of options. Sifu Wong has trained with some of the pillars of Chinese martial arts, including the great Sifu Bow-sim Mark. Certainly, he has become successful with his career as a Physical Therapist, a father, and a martial artist.
Rick Wong: The five abilities you need to win lifelong customers
Joined in studio today by Rick Wong, Founder and CEO of The Five Abilities LLC, and author of Winning Lifelong Customers with The Five Abilities.Discussion guide from our conversation with Rick Wong:1. The Five Abilities that people instinctively look for from the people they choose to do business with.a. Visabilityb. Credabilityc. Viabilityd. Capabilitye. Reliability 2. Worse than not winning business is winning the wrong business. Don’t do that. 3. How to nail the personal motivations of the people making key decisions. 4. Creating a ‘suspicion-of-value’ in the mind of customers such that they ask to know more. The new value prop. 5. The best time to sell is when they’re not buying. Be in first place before the competition starts.Find Rick Wong's book here:About Rick Wong:Rick is the creator of The Five Abilities® sales methodology and is the CEO/Founder of The Five Abilities LLC. Rick has spent more than 35 years growing revenue for Fortune 100 companies as an employee, partner, and seller. He held posts at American Bank Stationery, Hewlett-Packard, and Microsoft, and exited as VP Global Device Partners, in Microsoft’s OEM Division. He spent a decade in global leadership roles including three years as VP Asia and four years as VP Global Device Partners, for Microsoft’s OEM Division. His teams drove design wins along with global sales and marketing, with Asian device manufacturers.He has also had success in his own entrepreneurial pursuits ranging from co-owning a franchise to launching his own music production company which resulted in national press, sales, and radio play, of children’s music that he composed and performed. He used the music to raise funds for Children’s oriented non-profits in the Seattle area.As a successful salesperson, sales manager, marketer, corporate executive, and entrepreneur, Rick learned from his own experiences and from the incredibly successful business leaders with whom he’s been blessed to work. He has documented his learnings about successful selling in his book, Winning Lifelong Customers with The Five Abilities®, which will launch on January 18, 2017.Rick also serves as an advisor to the CEO/Founder of Simplicity Consulting, a marketing consulting firm that has been named to the Inc 5000, five years in a row. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Vision House, a Christian non-profit company that serves homeless custodial parents with children in King County, Washington. In his spare time, Rick enjoys music, both listening and playing. He enjoys reading and watching sports of all types. He personally enjoys fly-fishing, cycling, and hiking. He’s been married to his best friend since 1981. Their son works in the high-end restaurant industry in NYC and has entrepreneurial ventures of his own. Their daughter works at Amazon in their digital media business. Rick has a BS in Business & Food Science from Oregon State University along with an MBA from the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business.###
Dare to Know: Interviews with Quality and Reliability Thought Leaders | Hosted by Tim Rodgers
Rick Wong, Engineer Tim interviews Rick Wong an engineer and organizer of the IEEE CPMT Soft Error Rate Workshop. Rick received his M.S. degree in electrical engineering from Santa Clara University and his B.S. degree in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley. He has over 30 years of industry experience. He joined Cisco Systems Inc., San Jose, CA in 2006 and has been engaged in IC component technology reliability assurance, SEU, WLR, ESD, failure analysis and reliability modeling. Prior to Cisco, he had worked on ASICs, FPGAs, TCAMs and memories. He has 18 patents and over 200 published papers Rick and Peng Su from Juniper Networks are the co-originators of the upcoming IEEE CPMT Soft Error Rate Workshop in Sunnyvale, California on November 3, 2016. In this episode, Rick and Tim discuss: The target audience for the workshop Details and how you can attend the Soft Error Rate Workshop The major advances and risks involving soft errors Recorded October 2016. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes 8th Annual IEEE CPMT Soft Error Rate (SER) Workshop Jointly presented by: IEEE CPMT Santa Clara Valley (SCV) Chapter Juniper Networks Cisco Systems Pure Technologies XIA Date: November 3, 2016 (Thursday) Time: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm (Lunch will be provided) Location: 1215 Borregas Ave, Sunnyvale CA (Map) Juniper Networks Building 6 Attendance: On-site or Remote (Skype meeting) Cost: Free We are pleased to announce that we will be holding our annual IEEE CPMT Soft Error Rate Workshop again this year. This will be our 8th annual event and we expect to offer the same quality technical talks and broad international participation. With our focus on alpha-induced soft errors and unique offering of simultaneous on-site and remote participation, we have provided opportunities for publication and interactive discussion on a variety of critical subjects on SER. For this year’s event, we will also try a new format: In addition to technical talks, we have invited experts in the field to offer tutorials on multiple subjects related to the fundamentals of alpha-related soft errors. For technical presentations, we are looking for topics including but are not limited to: Advanced silicon nodes and device SER performance assessment Impact of SER on applications including automotive, medical, aeronautical, and networking Success stories of alpha emission or soft error control Wafer and assembly process control and monitor Techniques and approaches for alpha emissivity measurement Abstracts can be submitted on this page or by replaying directly to this email. To register for the event and check for further information including event program update, visit these websites: Register to attend the event: Click here (On-site seating is limited so register early!) IEEE CPMT silicon valley chapter's event webpage: Click here Event website: Click here We look forward to seeing you at the event! The post DTK Rick Wong Engineer appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
Master ‘The Five Abilities’ and Win More Clients: An Interview with Rick Wong
Smart Solo Business
[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] Do you have a clear definition of your ideal client or customer? Just as important, do you know how you can win their business? My special guest on the podcast today, Rick Wong, is here to help you on both counts. Rick is the creator of The Five Abilities® Sales […] The post Master ‘The Five Abilities’ and Win More Clients: An Interview with Rick Wong appeared first on Smart Solo Business.