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Trying to work out how to acquire more customers? Need to improve customer retention? Or just looking for some reassurance you’re on the right track? That’s what the eCommerce MasterPlan is here for. Every week we interview an e-Commerce business person (owner, manager or marketer) with a fascinating insight into successful online retailing. Their business might be a UK mail order retailer, an online only store for Australia, or a brick and clicks business from the USA – but every one of them is doing something we can all learn from. Listen for advice on what to do next, reassurance you’re heading in the right direction and all the inspiration you need to grow your eCommerce business without losing your life in the process!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

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Trying to work out how to acquire more customers? Need to improve customer retention? Or just looking for some reassurance you’re on the right track? That’s what the eCommerce MasterPlan is here for. Every week we interview an e-Commerce business person (owner, manager or marketer) with a fascinating insight into successful online retailing. Their business might be a UK mail order retailer, an online only store for Australia, or a brick and clicks business from the USA – but every one of them is doing something we can all learn from. Listen for advice on what to do next, reassurance you’re heading in the right direction and all the inspiration you need to grow your eCommerce business without losing your life in the process!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

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Awesome show!

By Caribbeangirlsf1234 - Feb 05 2020
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I’m so happy I found the e commerce master plan podcast! It’s been helping me so much as I launch my own e-commerce business and keep me really inspired by hearing from such awesome guests. Chloe is a great host and does so well at engaging with guests and asking questions that bring about important learnings. Really enjoying so far!

Great new podcast

By GerjoNL - Nov 19 2015
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Great new postcast. Really enjoyed the 3 part special for the holidays. Great helpful tips.

iTunes Ratings

46 Ratings
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44
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Awesome show!

By Caribbeangirlsf1234 - Feb 05 2020
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I’m so happy I found the e commerce master plan podcast! It’s been helping me so much as I launch my own e-commerce business and keep me really inspired by hearing from such awesome guests. Chloe is a great host and does so well at engaging with guests and asking questions that bring about important learnings. Really enjoying so far!

Great new podcast

By GerjoNL - Nov 19 2015
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Great new postcast. Really enjoyed the 3 part special for the holidays. Great helpful tips.
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eCommerce MasterPlan

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Trying to work out how to acquire more customers? Need to improve customer retention? Or just looking for some reassurance you’re on the right track? That’s what the eCommerce MasterPlan is here for. Every week we interview an e-Commerce business person (owner, manager or marketer) with a fascinating insight into successful online retailing. Their business might be a UK mail order retailer, an online only store for Australia, or a brick and clicks business from the USA – but every one of them is doing something we can all learn from. Listen for advice on what to do next, reassurance you’re heading in the right direction and all the inspiration you need to grow your eCommerce business without losing your life in the process!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Rank #1: Takeaways from Retail Without Borders Marketplaces, China, Japan, Porter Erisman & Alibaba

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Yesterday our host Chloe Thomas attended Europe's largest dedicated marketplaces event - Retail Without Borders. Listen for her takeaways on the future of eCommerce, emerging markets, China, Tmall, Taoboa and more.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Mar 16 2018

27mins

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Rank #2: 25 eCommerce Marketing Tips from the eCommerce MasterPlan Virtual Summit

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The eCommerce MasterPlan Virtual Summit goes live this week. Sign up now or in the future at eCommerceMasterPlan.com/summit176 In this episode podcast host Chloe Thomas will give us a run down of the top tip from each of the 25 sessions within the summit.

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Sep 16 2018

32mins

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Rank #3: Connor Gillivan, 7-figure Amazon drop-ship seller AND author of 'Free Up Your Business'

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Connor Gillivan has built a 7-figure businesses trading drop-shipped items on Amazon. Connor has also founded a business called Freeeup which you can use to outsource technical yet time-consuming eCommerce tasks to their band of 400 and growing vetted freelancers (think Upwork but for eCommerce!). AND Connor has just published a brand new book “Free Up Your Business: 50 Secrets to Bootstrap Million Dollar Companies” – packed with great tips and advice from Connor’s years of experience. Given all that I knew I needed to get Connor on the show for a chat. We’re going to cover all 3 of those areas today – so get ready for some great information.

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May 15 2017

34mins

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Rank #4: Steve Simonson (iFloor.com) retail and eCommerce veteran shares his wisdom - must listen

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This episode is so packed with great big advice - you need to have a listen. Steve Simonson is a 29 year retail veteran! Who’s now on a mission to share his knowledge to help others succeed. Steve has founded, bought, built and sold multiple companies – including iFloor.com which became one of the largest direct sellers of flooring in the world. With those businesses he’s been publically recognized multiple times including 3 years on the Inc. 500 list, and multiple listings on the Internet Retailer Top 500.

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May 06 2018

30mins

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Rank #5: Runway Passport's Liz Entin - bringing high fashion to the masses with LOTS of partnerships

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Liz Entin is the Founder and CEO of Runway Passport a fashion company connecting emerging designers with customers worldwide. They enable customers to buy from designers that wouldn't otherwise be accessible; from places such as Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, Dakar in Senegal, Brooklyn in New York, Berlin, Dusseldorf, and more. They launched in 2016 and now represent over 60 fashion designers from all around the world.

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Aug 13 2017

26mins

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Rank #6: Takeaways from Internet Retailing Conference. Emotion in eCommerce, Clarks, Girl Meets Dress

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Last week I chaired the Internet Retailing Conference in London. These are the key takeaways from the event - heavily focused on customer and emotion. We've got info from the likes of Clarks, Conrad Electronics, Schuh, Canon, Klarna, Diligent, and more

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Oct 11 2017

26mins

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Rank #7: Dan Faggella how he grew his business to $2m in 4 years - team management and dashboards!

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Over the last four years Dan Faggella built his business Science of Skill to over $2m in annual sales, and sold it for over $1million. Science of Skill is an American online only retailer of self protection products and educational programmes. Today we’ll be discussing (for you!) both balancing physical and virtual products, and how Daniel achieved the huge growth in his business. Spoiler – we’re going to be talking dashboards and discipline!

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Jun 25 2017

39mins

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Rank #8: Love Aroma's Lewis Love 400% growth, achieving £1m turnover in 2 years selling Yankee Candles

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Lewis Love is the eCommerce Manager of Love Aroma a Bricks and Clicks retailer specialising in curating the best range of home fragrances. They launched offline in 2010, and online in 2014 and in 2016 is on track to do a £1 million turnover online, that’s 60,000 orders. In this show he reveals the path to launching the eCommerce side of the business, his tips for successful SEO and how to win on the deals websites. Plus lots on why focusing on your customer is key and how the products are at the centre of it all.

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Jan 23 2017

35mins

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Rank #9: Experts View: The No.1 Thing for eCommerce Growth in 2018: emotion, customer experience

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Each of our eCommerce experts makes the case for the one thing they believe will make the biggest different to the growth of your eCommerce business in 2018. There's a big range of topics here - some you might have considered, some that might not have made it onto your radar... yet.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Jan 03 2018

16mins

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Rank #10: Experts View: The Most Interesting Thing in eCommerce in 2015

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Our group of eCommerce experts outline what they each believe was the most interesting thing in eCommerce in 2015 - what do you think? do you agree? or not? either way these will spark some ideas of how to grow in 2016.

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Jan 04 2016

23mins

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Rank #11: Versakini's Kelsey Duffy launching a new fashion swimwear brand PR, Instagram, wholesale

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Kelsey Duffy is the founder of Versakini an online only and wholesale eCommerce store. They design and sell a unique take on the bikini. Launched in Summer 2015 the 2016 collection has sold over 1,000 units. We discuss the challenges of launching a new concept in swimwear, building the right team, how to outsource your social media and much more.

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Mar 13 2017

34mins

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Rank #12: Experts View: The Marketing Method More People Should be using in 2016

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Each of our eCommerce experts makes the case for a marketing method they believe more of us should be using in 2016. There's a big range of topics here - with some great marketing ideas for all of us, whatever our business type, size, or product.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Jan 11 2016

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Rank #13: What is the most important thing we learnt in eCommerce in 2018?

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We're finishing the year with our regular round up of expert opinions. Each have been asked "What is the most important thing we learnt in eCommerce in 2018?". We're joined by Alex O'Byrne of Wemakewebsites, Salena Knight of The Bringing Business To Retail Show, Chris Dawson from Tamebay, and Justin King of B2X Partners. You'll also hear the thoughts of our host Chloe Thomas. We cover a LOT of topics in this show including marketplaces, B2B on Amazon, email marketing, advertising and ppc, and much more.

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Dec 30 2018

20mins

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Rank #14: Podcasting, SEO, Email, Shopify, Livechat and more - Nik Hawks of Paleo Treats

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Nik Hawks is the co-owner of multi award winning Paleo Treats – the best paleo desserts in the world. They started the business from their kitchen table in 2009, and now wholesale and sell worldwide shipping over 1 million desserts since they started and with a turnover fast approaching $500k.

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Sep 02 2018

29mins

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Rank #15: Amazon. How do you make it successful? top 50 Global Seller Jamie Davidson AMZ Insiders

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Jamie Davidson is the co-founder of AMZ Insiders, where he and his team focus on helping new sellers launch their own successful Amazon businesses. He also manages over $60million in sales on Amazon and $10m on other marketplace platforms, making Jamie a top 50 global seller on Amazon. Working out your marketplace play for 2018 should be a part of all your planning this month – which is why I’ve invited Jamie on the show – to help you work out the role Amazon might have in your business, and provide some tips on making the most margin from it.

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Jan 21 2018

34mins

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Rank #16: Product Development, Branding and the power of Amazon with Monica Ferguson from The Sole Mates

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Monica Ferguson is the co-founder at The Sole Mates. After inventing the The Sole Mates heel cap in 2012 (keeps your heels from sinking into the grass), they developed the first natural brand of women’s shoe and foot care. They now have wholesale distribution to 10,000 stores in the US (including CVS (the US equivalent of Boots) and LK Bennett), and have strong growth with 7-digit sales.

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Mar 17 2019

27mins

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Rank #17: The power of Collaboration with the founder of The Bias Cut, premium fashion for the older lady

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Jacynth Basset is the founder of The Bias Cut, the first online premium fashion boutique that truly celebrates style at every age. They launched the blog July 2015, and the retail side in March 2016 and now are growing at 100% year on year. We talk about the power of JVs (partnerships or collaborations), how find them and make them work. We also discuss the importance of research and listening to your customers to futher the growth of your business.

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Mar 04 2018

31mins

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Rank #18: "Ultimate Guide to e-Commerce Growth" author Ian Hammersley shares top KPI & optimisation tips

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Ian Hammersley is the CEO at smartebusiness, a UK agency focused on eCommerce growth. Earlier this year he wrote an excellent book with his brother (and smartebusiness CMO) Mark. It’s called “Ultimate Guide to e-Commerce Growth: 7 Unexpected KPIs to Scale an e-commerce shop to £10million plus”. I’ve known Ian and Mark for many years so as soon as I heard about the book I just knew I had to get one of them on to tell us all about it – and share some great tips from their years of eCommerce experience too! We discuss some of the 7 KPIs including conversion rates and AOV (average order value).

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Aug 18 2019

33mins

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Rank #19: Janet Murray how you can do your own PR, 4 ways get great coverage for eCommerce business

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Janet Murray is a journalist and author of "Your Press Release is Breaking my Heart: A Totally unconventional guide to selling your story in the media”. In this podcast she shares her 4 key ways that you can manage your own PR and get great national and international coverage for your business in a straightforward way. We discuss how to find out what stories journalists need your help with, how to help them find and connect with you, and how to get coverage around hot stories. This podcast is PACKED with easy to do powerful methods to get more press coverage.

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Aug 08 2016

40mins

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Rank #20: Best Self Co winning Shopify Build a Business Competition; 100,000 orders in year 1

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Cathryn Lavery and Allen Brouwer are the co-founders of Best Self Co. It’s an online only eCommerce business that started by selling just one product, and is now branching out into digital content. The product is a daily planner to help you optimise your day. There are 2 reason’s I’m very excited to have them on – obviously I’m a big fan of planning and goals so it’s great to be able to bring this to you, especially right at the start of 2017! But, more importantly they’ve just won the “People’s Choice” award in the 2016 Shopify Build a Business Competition. The website launched on 1st January 2016, and as we record they have sold over 28,000 journals globally (by the time you listen to this we reckon it’ll be over 100,000).

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Jan 02 2017

36mins

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DTC brand 0 to 7 figures in 3 years via content and email with Shivraj Bassi from Innermost

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Shivraj Bassi is the Founder and CEO at Innermost. Originally Innermost sold their nutritional products B2B, but in 2019 shifted their focus to DTC. The combined DTC and B2B operation is now 3 years old and achieving a 7-figure run rate. We discuss why starting wholesale has been brilliant, how understanding the customer has influenced product and marketing, and how they've used content and very clever email marketing to accelerate their sales growth.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Nov 30 2020

34mins

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Behind the Scenes: how we create and market our podcasts - your questions answered

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To celebrate reaching episode 300 host Chloe Thomas is going to answer our listeners questions about how we create our podcasts.

  • How do we get guests?
  • What is recording like?
  • Editing, promotion and more.

We've been collecting your questions and in this episode Chloe will answer them all.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com/300

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Nov 23 2020

50mins

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How We'll Shop, what does the future hold for retail? Top 20 Global Retail expert Andrew Busby

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Andrew Busby is the CEO of Retail Reflections, one upon a time he was a retailer himself – but for most of the last decade he’s been helping retailers understand where the opportunities and threats they need to adapt for lie. That includes being a contributor to Forbes, being on the Advisory boards of multiple events and magazines, AND holding the position of IBM Social Commerce Futurist for over 4 years. As well as speaking at many events, and writing for many top publications, Andrew has been named a top 20 global retail influencer.

We are honoured to have Andrew giving up his time to be on the show today, and quite frankly who better could we be speaking to about what the future holds for retail?

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Nov 16 2020

48mins

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How Swag.com grew their B2B eCommerce sales 1,999% in 3 years with Jeremy Parker

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Jeremy Parker is the co-founder and CEO at Swag.com a B2B eCommerce business revolutionising the world of promotional products since 2015. They have a 3 year revenue growth of 1999% and ranked 218 on the 2020 Inc 5000 list. Sneak preview - it's all about a total obsession with making things as easy for the customer as possible.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Nov 09 2020

37mins

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Serial eCommerce Growth Hacker Mario Nawfal talks marketing as lego bricks

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Mario Nawfal started his first eCommerce business Froothie in 2013 with just $300 in the bank, and since then has grown multiple eCommerce businesses that range from “Guilt-free box” a healthy snacks food subscription service, to Commercial Blenders Australia which – sells blenders to businesses.

Together they achieve over 8 figures a year. Mario shares SOOOO much advice in this episode (you need to checkout the shownotes at eCommerceMasterPlan.com/podcast to get all the links to the resources he mentions). We chat about trends, growth hacking, reddit ads, Facebook Ads, email marketing, Upsells, and much much more.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Nov 02 2020

40mins

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Selling services on Shopify with Izabela Russell from Music Radio Creative

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Izabela Russell is the CEO at Music Radio Creative. Founded in 2006 they sell a range of services, software, and courses to businesses, radio stations, podcasters, live streamers and youtubers! We get into how she's grown their online sales 40% in the last year, and explore how focusing on YouTube content can create a powerful sales channel.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Oct 26 2020

36mins

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Thriving through a period of huge (but turbulent) growth with Geoff Atkinson of Overstock

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Geoff Atkinson was a part of the Overstock.com marketing team during a 6 year period when they went through rapid international expansion, and refocused from selling anything to focusing on home and garden. During that time he went from Email Marketing Manager to SVP Marketing, CRM, Analytics & Demand Management. We discuss hiring, staff retention, loyalty programs, SEO, and much more.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Oct 19 2020

45mins

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Adapting a complicated business fast with Andrew Steel from Charles Bentley

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Andrew Steel is the eCommerce Director at Charles Bentley, founded 160 years ago as manufacturer of chimney sweeping brushes, they now balance selling brushes and cleaning products via wholesale and dropshipping to some of the UK’s largest retailers AND running their own home and garden eCommerce store. Employing over 150 people, and manufacturing over 2m brushes a year has made dealing with the challenges of the pandemic particularly interesting!

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Oct 12 2020

33mins

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How to get your Systems in order so you can SCALE fast with Trent Dyrsmid

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Trent Dyrsmid has been sourcing products and selling on Amazon for over 4 years, during that time he’s also got very into traffic driving, hosted the brilliant Bright Ideas Podcast, AND (which is what we’re chatting about today) mastered the process of systematising your business in order to take the stress and cost out of scaling. He’s got so good at systematising that in 2019 his Amazon business ranked 254 on the Inc 5000 list.

Get Trent’s amazing Flowster offer at Flowster.app/masterplan

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Oct 05 2020

31mins

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The joys of doing everything in house with Sam Grant from Toolstop

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Sam Grant is the Digital Marketing Manager at Toolstop, where he juggles the needs of both the B2C and B2B eCommerce sites. Toolstop launched in 1965 and they now do 9,000 orders a month across the two sites.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

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Sep 28 2020

33mins

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Introducing... The Future of eCommerce Podcast

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We’ve just passed 500,000 listens – how crazy is that?? And how awesome.

Looking at the monthly listeners it’s going to take a lot less than 5 years to double that and reach the million.

I’d love your help to get there – so please do let others know about the show, or give us a share on social – use the hashtag #ecommasterplan

I’m going to think of someway to celebrate the milestone on the show soon – but for now…. 

Whilst I chat with retailers each week, and give you insight to what’s happening right now – my friend Derric Haynie has a new podcast that’s all about what’s coming up in the future.

It’s a great show, and well worth a listen – so I’ll let him tell you a little bit more…

The Future of eCommerce Podcast

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Sep 27 2020

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Coping with a supplier-side meltdown with Neil Fitzpatrick from Pet Drugs Online

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Neil Fitzpatrick is the Managing Director at Pet Drugs Online. The UK’s leading online pharmacy service for pets set up and run by vets in Somerset, UK. They launched in 2005 and are on track for over £50m in sales this year with a 33% yearly growth rate. During the height of the covid-19 pandemic they saw sales increase 400%, which caused a major problem with some of their Drop Shipping suppliers speed of despatch. This caused a lot of customer service headaches. Neil joins Chloe to discuss this and lots of other interesting and impacts and lessons from the peak of Covid-19.

Get all the links and resources we mention at eCommerceMasterPlan.com

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Sep 21 2020

40mins

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Making the most of a 400% sales boom with Chris Meade from Crossnet

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Chris Meade is one of the three co-founders of Crossnet, a business started in September 2017 that hit over $2m in sales in 2019. Crossnet is a business based on a game the 3 invented in order to escape the 9 to 5, which they’ve grown in a low-risk, life-friendly way! Since Covid-19 struck sales have quadrupled giving Chris and the Crossnet team a supply, and customer service challenge. Plus a massive marketing opportunity. in this candid chat Chris shares lots of detail about how they've coped with it all including their Facebook Ads and email strategy, which includes how to get your email sign up rates to over 10%.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Sep 14 2020

29mins

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Maintaining profits when the stores shut with Industry West CMO Ian Leslie

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Ian Leslie is the CMO at US homewares brands Industry West and Favor. It all started with Industry West in 2010, and then Favor launched in 2019. Now the 2 sites typically grow at 25% per year with sales over $10m a year.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Sep 07 2020

45mins

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ID your seasonality, getting ready for Q4, Facebook Ads and Klaviyo with Simon from UXB Skincare

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Way back in January (episode 255) we started our journey with Simon finding out about UXB skincare and his plans for 2020. In May (episode 273) he came back on the show so we got to find out how Q1 had gone, and his plans for Q2 – which weren’t as disrupted as you might think…

Today he’s back to talk how it’s all going, email marketing, Facebook ads, business seasonality, Klaviyo AND his plans for Q4

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Aug 31 2020

32mins

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Getting the foundations right for exponential growth with Bouq's John Tabis

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John Tabis is the founder and chairman at The Bouqs Company, an online florist. Founded in 2012 they have sold 100s of millions of dollars worth of flowers to millennial females. We chat about how they decided to launch into the flower sector, and the foundations they put in place to enable fast growth down the line. That includes tech, team, and culture. Plus a lot about supply chain - just as you'd expect in the world of flowers!

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Aug 24 2020

36mins

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A curated marketplace with social media at it's heart, Greg Spillane from Fancy

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Greg Spillane is the CEO at Fancy, a curated online retailer for customers looking to discover the coolest and most innovative fashion, accessories, art and gadgets from emerging brands and artists across the globe from their 200,000+ inventory. We discuss how social connection is at the heart of the business, and why this is the golden age for DTC brands.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Aug 17 2020

36mins

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Test, test, test your way to £20m/year with Aynsley Peet from Cox and Cox

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Aynsley Peet is the Head of eCommerce at Cox and Cox, a UK homeware retailer. The business was founded in 2001 and sales are close to £20m per year; selling online, mail order, and B2B.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Aug 10 2020

39mins

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Building a super-focused brand to $4m per year with Dan Demsky from Unbound Merino

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Dan Demsky is the founder of Unbound Merino. They started in 2016 by raising $380k via crowdfunding, and now have annual sales in excess of $4m. They sell on Shopify and launched with Crowdfunding, and Facebook Ads - lots of great insight into growth mindsets and focus.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Aug 03 2020

34mins

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From zero to $1.5m in 2 years via DTC and FBA with Kevin Urrutia from Chester Travels

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Kevin Urrutia is the founder at Chester Travels, a DTC Suitcase brand. They launched in 2017 and in 2019 did $1.5m in revenue.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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Jul 27 2020

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Awesome show!

By Caribbeangirlsf1234 - Feb 05 2020
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I’m so happy I found the e commerce master plan podcast! It’s been helping me so much as I launch my own e-commerce business and keep me really inspired by hearing from such awesome guests. Chloe is a great host and does so well at engaging with guests and asking questions that bring about important learnings. Really enjoying so far!

Great new podcast

By GerjoNL - Nov 19 2015
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Great new postcast. Really enjoyed the 3 part special for the holidays. Great helpful tips.