In this special episode of Your Call to Action we go through the best bits of our latest E-commerce Event called the E-commerce experience Don't F Up XMAS. Featuring our 3 guest speakers; Scott Sanders from The Cut, Zion Ong from Alyka and Elizabeth Parker from Ghost Outdoors.
In this episode of Your Call to Action I am joined by Charles Docus from 3Two1 Drinks. In this episode, we will be talking about Charles journey from Lawyer to E-commerce Entrepreneur as well as the differences between selling alcohol online and selling another product like a T-shirt for example.
Thanks for tuning into another episode of Your Call to Action. Today's guest is Ben De Jonge from The Cut Creative a Shopify and Shopify Plus partnered Web Agency. Ben has been in the E-com space for over 10 years and has seen the changes that have occured in the industry. Today we will be talking about E-commerce, websites, branding and the future of retail which is a big topic in Australia at the moment.
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Welcome to this episode of Your Call to Action podcast. Today we have a very special guest in Rienzie Delilkan. A logistics expert who has spent over 20 years in the industry. Today we will cover what has changed in the logistics space over 20 years, E-commerce logistics, doing e-commerce in Australia and a lot more.
So today’s podcast takes a look at the journey of one of users at KeepSpace a business called RhinoHide you may have heard of them before particularly if you are a fan of the hit show Shark Tank Marc Berryman the founder actually got the investment of not only one shark but two and has one of the sharks on his board of directors which is pretty cool.
I caught up with Marc over some coffee and cannoli to discuss his journey so far from how he launched his business to running a successful e-commerce store selling his product to Australians and his future plans to grow into the American market with his 4x4 protection system.
This podcast is all about how to make the e-commerce industry environmentally neutral impact.
Lucy Bloomfield actually ran her very own successful E-commerce store and decided to close it after she saw the impacts that plastic was having on our environment when she visited Cambodia.
Now Lucy runs an agency called 10000 customers where her goal is to help E-commerce business owners reach their first 10,000 customers and help them create E-commerce businesses that are neutral impact to our environment.
We did guys, 25 episodes of your call to action. This week we have a very special guest in Jesse Emia from KeepSpace who was on the podcast for Episode 1 and Episode 11.
Today we talk about KeepSpace and a Melbourne update, numbers for success, multichannel e-commerce and a whole lot more including when Jesse flips the script and ask me questions on my own podcast.
40 minutes of value bombs don't forget to share this podcast with all your E-commerce friends.
Hi guys thank you for listening to another episode of Your Call To Action. This week I will be sharing some personal lessons that I have learnt on content marketing. Making good, regular and consistent content can be difficult but it the difficulty can be removed if you have a content plan and strategy in place for your E-commerce business. In this podcast I will be discussing what is content marketing, how to come up with a content strategy, different types of content, coming up with content ideas, what makes good content and some content marketing strategies that the pros use.
Ever wondered what we talk about on our lunchbreaks at KeepSpace?
Well wonder no more. Today I am joined by the E-commerce Fulfilment Wizard William Koo for an impromptu podcast on the topic of E-commerce disruption.
Marketing your E-commerce store can be difficult. There are a vast array of social and analytics platforms that can either make your life marketing easier or a whole lot harder. Today's guest is Es Chandra from Glide Agency. Es started Glide back in 2007 when digital marketing was just starting to get off the ground and tools such as Shopify and were starting to become more prevelant in the E-commerce world.
In this podcast, myself and Es talk about E-commerce, marketing and the power that data can have for your business and how companies such as Amazon can you data to predict sales trends as well as market booms and dips. We also talk about social media and which social media to platforms to use when marketing a business.
In todays podcast we have a really special guest in Julka Lazic, she has spent most of her professional life working as a Business Development Manager in physical retail but this year she has taken a step into the E-commerce world by coming to work with us here at KeepSpace.
In this podcast Julka will be going through her journey from working with LookSmart Alterations or the physical retail world to now working at KeepSpace which is a company that runs all the backstage operations if you like of the Online retail world.
With Julka we will discussing obviously her journey and what she has learnt so far, E-commerce and business development in the E-commerce space. Startups and what is a startup. Amazon and dropshipping oooo and a whole lot more including her call to action. So here is the podcast interview with Julka.
Hi guys, in this episode of Your Call to Action I am joined by Matt Reed from Perth Product Photography. Matt has been in the photography space for over a decade taking product photos for numerous retail and e-commerce clients.
Matt talks about mainly two things. The first being photography and the second being E-commerce and his experiences which led him to start an e-commerce store and his e-commerce experiences which led him to become a photographer. It’s quite an interesting journey so sit back relax and enjoy the podcast interview with Matt Reed.
You can catch Matt at our E-commerce event on the 16th April called the E-commerce Experience 2. Which will be held at the Claisebrook Design Community in Perth. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-e-commerce-experience-2-tickets-55887297411
Hi guys, in this episode of Your Call to Action I am joined by Nathan Shearer from Butter Coffee. Nathan's E-commerce journey started by reading two books. The Four Hour Work Week and the 7 Day Startup. After Nathan read these books Nathan took action and grew his e-commerce business from zero to six figures in 6months.
Nathan talks about his 7 Day Startup journey, Amazon, E-commerce laws in Australia, Shopify vs WooCommerce, ClickFunnels and much much more.
Nathan also shared his E-commerce Experience at the first E-commerce Experience event. You can get tickets to our second event below.
Hi guys, in this episode of Your Call to Action I am joined by Renae Bunster from Bunsters Hot Sauce. Renae's journey as an entrepreneur is an interesting one. It started with a personal need for a good tasting hot sauce which could be readily available in Perth and has turned into now a thriving and viral business thanks to her Sh*t the Bed sauce.
Renae talks about how she got her product to market, running an e-commerce store and her social media strategy which is awesome by the way if you haven't seen id suggest checking it out. It's the perfect example of how an authentic social media strategy can work for your e-commerce business.
You can catch Renae at our E-commerce event on the 16th April called the E-commerce Experience 2. Which will be held at the Claisebrook Design Community in Perth.
Hi guys, welcome to another episode of Your Call to Action. This weeks episode features Sian Reed from Club Soda. Club Soda is a online store which sells non alcoholic subsitutes for alcoholic drinks such as non alcoholic beers and spirits. Sian shares her E-commerce story on how she started the business and her motivations behind Club Soda. We also talk about how she markets her product and her start up journey so far. So if your looking for some inspiration for the week give this podcast a listen.
In this episode of Your Call to Action I am joined by Richard Keeves and Gareth Lane from IQSeven. Richard and Gareth have over 40 years experience between them n the online world and have kindly offered to share their knowledge with us in this podcast. Talking about E-commerce Marketing and getting the most of your website.
In this episode of Your Call to Action I am joined by Linda Wiegmann the operations manager at KeepSpace. In this podcast myself and Linda talk about what a 3PL can do for growing e-commerce businesses, e-commerce trends that are taking over the industry and the differences in doing E-commerce in Australia and doing it in Germany.
Hi Everyone, this episode of Your Call to Action is a solo episode featuring Simon Bruno. In this podcast we discuss the importance of a pre launch for your brand or product, pricing strategies and some of my favourite examplesa and branding and what are some ways to improve your companies brand.
Hey Guys, welcome to this very special episode of Your Call to Action. Today's guest is Dominique Thatcher, Senior Logistics Officer at Fremantle Port. Today's topic is E-commerce logistics this is a topic which is often overlooked by many e-commerce business owners but is an important one to understand.
We also discuss the role Fremantle Port plays for the Western Australian economy, Australia Post, USA vs China trade war, the rise of dropshipping, the future of E-commerce and more.
When is the right time to expand your business? Is there a right time or do you just take the plunge? In today's podcast I am joined by Jesse Emia from KeepSpace to discuss business expansion and his personal journey in growing his business.
This week I am joined by Jason Steel freom The Quick Flick. A business that took Australia by storm when it appeared on Channel 10's hit show Shark Tank. Jason talks about the "Shark Tank Effect" and shares his knowledge on influencer marketing.
Hi everyone, to celebrate the new year I thought we'd do something different for the podcast. I caught up with William Koo and Bryce Denysiuk at the new KeepSpace warehouse for an impromptu chat about E-commerce. We cover a range of topics including E-commerce statistics, AR and VR in E-commerce, popups, US vs China trade war and more!
Hi everyone and welcome to this special holiday episode of YCTA. In this episode we bring the best E-commerce advice and stories of YCTA from 2018!!! The topics we cover are; Part 1- E-commerce industry, multichannel and omni channel retailing and product creation. Part 2- Growth Hacking Tips, PPC Advertising, Branding using a story and BigCommerce! See you all next year!!!
In this episode I am joined by web designer Neil Gibson. Neil has been in the web design industry for 23 years and it was a pleasure to interview him. In this interview we talk about Shopify, WooCommerce, Big Commerce, web themes, analytics and heaps more. Check out the interview here on Your Call to Action!!
This is episode 6 of "Your Call to Action." In this episode, I am joined by expert marketer and tech evangelist Ming Johanson. This podcast is seriously jam-packed with value bombs. In this podcast, we discuss topics such as individuality, branding by telling stories, startup ideas, life with the internet, R U Ok Day, the myth of work life balance and much more. Don't forget to like and rate our podcast.
They say the best ideas come to you at 3am. In this podcast, I am joined by Oliver Leeb the founder of 3am ideas. In this podcast, we discuss the future of AI technology, the potential big data has for your E-commerce business. Which Price per click (PPC) platform is best for your business and why your marketing mix can't consist of only Facebook, Instagram and Google Ads. All this and more!!!
In this episode of Your call to action, I am joined by LinkedIn networking guru, William Koo. William shares his tips on how to market your business from a B2B perspective using social media. We also talk about the power of Facebook Groups, how to position your product to your customers, online and offline selling for e-commerce businesses and much more!
Our guest for this podcast is Bryce Denysiuk. The founder of Escape Apparel. Bryce is at the start of his E-commerce journey having started his clothing business in 2017. We discuss his startup story, WooCommerce vs Shopify as well as his inspirations in the business world.
This is the first episode of Your Call to Action. Today's guest is Jesse Emia the CEO and co founder of KeepSpace an order fulfilment service for growing E-commerce businesses in Australia. Myself and Jesse talk about the future of E-commerce, Amazon in Australia, Alibaba's "New Retail" approach for saving traditional retail businesses, how to calculate a healthy profit margin and more!