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The Ecomcrew Ecommerce Podcast

Mike Jackness and Dave Bryant | eCommerce, Shopify, and Amazon FBA Experts

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An eCommerce podcast for store owners, hosted by 7-figure store owners Mike Jackness and Dave Bryant. We cover everything in eCommerce from Shopify, to Amazon FBA. From email marketing, to Facebook Ads. Never before has there been a podcast with store owners who are so candid. Subscribe to the Ecomcrew podcast today!
 
The Voice of reason in a polarised and chaotic world. At Discerning Consciousness we're determined to help you thrive whilst navigating life during these extraordinary times. We provide a discerning commentary as a backdrop to the unfolding crisis gripping social, cultural, economic and political systems across the world. The discussion includes controversial topics such as conspiracy theories, cultural decay, political correctness and alternative histories. We consider how the 'shadow' aspe ...
 
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Content is key when it comes to driving traffic and sales for an online store. That’s why we are dedicating a series of podcast episodes to explaining why content is so important for your ecommerce business. Tune in to the first episode of the Content Creation series. The host Rich will talk about the importance of both creating content, and creati…
 
In this episode Ant explores some simple and powerful techniques that we can use to empower ourselves whilst in service to others and the wider World. Main points include: The power of giving Counteracting self-absorption Paying it forward Making expansive goals Creating true abundance Evolving personal truths The five love languages…
 
Fresh (yet possibly still jet lagged) from their trip to the Philippines, Mike and Dave unpack their takeaways after reuniting with the team. It finally happened–we made it to Cebu! Dave and I aligned our travel dates so that we’d have a few days to spend with the EcomCrew team while we were there. It’s been three years since I last saw some of the…
 
Mike sits down with EcomCrew’s Podcast Producer, Ben, to talk about his recent trip back to the Philippines, the value of facetime with your employees, and our big plans for the company moving forward. I’m in Cebu for a couple of weeks! Over this short but fun period, I saw old friends again after the pandemic and got to meet new ones whom I've onl…
 
Mike talks to Paul Okhrem, the co-founder of a global ecommerce consultancy company in Ukraine, on what it’s like to maintain operations even amid the escalating conflict. What’s happening in Ukraine is heartbreaking. Who would’ve thought that an invasion could happen even in the 21st century? I figured the least we can do is provide a platform to …
 
Mike and Dave talk about their wins and losses in April, as well as exciting updates on their not-so secret project, including an official launch date. It’s time for another Brand Report! Compared to March, there’s a slight decline in last month’s revenue numbers. But that’s not to say April was all bad. April was a hectic month for me. After over …
 
Will Performance Max replace all singular campaigns? Mike chats with Brett Curry of OMG Commerce about Google’s latest campaign type feature. There’s no debate on how efficient and incredibly convenient Performance Max is. It’s a unified campaign for multiple channels rolled into one. However, there is a common misconception that it replaces your e…
 
In this episode Ant explores some of the key aspects of what it means to live an authentic life. He considers the following points: Why is authenticity so important? What are some of the main barriers and challenges that we face? The pain of inauthenticity. The higher dimensional aspect relevant to the current time of transition on the planet. Disc…
 
Mike talks to Seller Universe Ecommerce Group CEO Martin Zerrudo about Amazon DSP and how brands can successfully leverage ads with it. A relatively new system, Amazon’s demand-side platform (DSP) analyzes consumer data and finds the right customers to target ads with. Unlike Facebook or Google ads, DSP gives you access to a wider network of third-…
 
Dave goes through the top third-party sellers on Amazon, what products they sell, how much they make in revenue annually, and what their business models are. At the start of the year, we began working behind the scenes on producing regular reports on top third-party sellers on Amazon. Since Amazon doesn’t release reports on third-party sellers, we …
 
In this episode, Mike delves into subscription boxes and why it’s an effective business model, featuring special guests Paul Chambers and Chris George of SUBTA. From food items to lifestyle products, subscription boxes have become quite the trend in ecommerce the past few years. Chris George and Paul Chambers got their start in ecommerce with Gentl…
 
In this episode, Mike is joined by Spencer Jan of Solo Stove to talk about the evolution of ecommerce through the years and how innovation drives it forward. After hearing him speak at eCommerceFuel Live last March, I invited Spencer Jan to be on the podcast to expound on a particular point in his presentation that struck me the most: innovation. S…
 
In this episode Ant explores some of the main challenges we face whilst walking the path of personal awakening as we attempt to gain greater wisdom. Points covered include the following: Becoming attached to a spiritual teacher Spiritual absolutism Misunderstanding the true purpose of spiritual practices Becoming consumed by the darkness Seeking th…
 
In this episode of the Ecwid Ecommerce Show, the podcast hosts Jesse and Rich look into Google’s Performance Max ad campaigns. Tune in to learn more about this ad campaign type and find out how it can benefit your business. What Is Google’s Performance Max? Performance Max is an ad campaign type that allows you to create a single campaign to promot…
 
For this episode of Under The Hood, Mike gives advice to Lisa Guenst–dental hygienist and owner of ToothShower, an innovative dental water flosser–on how to boost sales and get a business ready for selling. Over two decades of working as a dental hygienist, Lisa Guenst noticed how a lot of patients she encountered hated using string floss. However,…
 
Welcome to the podcast edition of Brand Report! In this series, we share with you our revenue across all our brands every month, so you can see what we did wrong and what we did right. In February, we raked in a total of $621,816, compared to March's revenue numbers, where we broke past the $700,000 barrier. IceWraps continues the upward trend in s…
 
In this episode of the Ecwid Ecommerce Show, hosts Jesse and Rich bring you some fantastic news: you can now connect your online store to Facebook Marketplace! What Is Facebook Marketplace? Facebook Marketplace is Facebook’s selling platform. Customers can either buy products for sale in their area or items available for shipping. Getting in front …
 
In this episode Ant and Michael consider the likely social and economic implications of the much heralded 'Great Re-set' currently being implemented by the Globalists' mouthpiece The World Economic Forum (WEF). Topics under discussion include: Social Conditioning (The Rat Maze) Wage Slavery Manufactured Economic Austerity Central Bank Digital Curre…
 
A lot has happened since the big announcement about Knitting.com. It went viral, but not for the right reasons. In this episode, Mike and Dave set the record straight. Shortly after we released the blog post and podcast about Knitting.com, we got into hot water with members of the knitting community. While we’ve gotten some pretty harsh comments, w…
 
Mike is joined by Carlos Alvarez, an elementary school dropout who, years later, would exit a business for 2.6 million dollars. This week on the podcast, we have the founder of Wizards of Ecom, Carlos Alvarez. If there’s one thing Carlos and I have in common, it’s that we've beaten the odds. As school dropouts, we’re not expected to succeed in life…
 
Welcome to the podcast edition of our February Brand Report! Each month, we’ll break down our monthly revenue so you can see what’s working and what’s not. February’s revenue was $621,816, which is roughly equal to that of January, and we dive into what exactly affected our revenue: what we worked on, our wins, and our painful losses. Dive into eac…
 
In this episode of the Ecwid Ecommerce Show, we talk to ​​Ash Krishnaswamy, the founder of Forge. Forge is an agency that works exclusively with early-stage consumer brands to help them launch and grow their businesses. TikTok vs. Paid Ads A lot of direct-to-consumer brands start to promote their business using Facebook, Instagram, or Google ads. A…
 
Mike and Dave discuss quite the polarizing topic: cryptocurrency – and how it might revolutionize the financial industry in the future. Our topic for today is not totally in line with ecommerce, but a bunch of you guys requested it so here we are: Ecomcrew’s one and only episode on cryptocurrency. The subject is especially interesting since Dave an…
 
Mike is joined by Mediavine’s Eric Hochberger to talk about how enhanced privacy and data protection is affecting ecommerce and the future of advertising. Consumers are becoming more wary and on edge about online security and keeping their data safe. Developers address this concern by doubling down on data privacy and limiting ads, albeit, at the e…
 
In this episode Ant explores the background to the ongoing Russian invasion of the Ukraine. He likens the current demonization of Russia and Putin to a new Cold War that is designed to re-awaken historic fears about a global nuclear holocaust. As part of the demonization process he considers the likely impact of economic sanctions and how the confl…
 
In our new episode of the Ecwid Ecommerce Show, we talk to Taylor Lagace, co-CEO of Kynship, an influencer marketing agency. He explains why the “pay for post” method of influencer partnership is often ineffective. He offers a more beneficial approach to marketing with influencers, applicable to all industries and brands. Identifying Influencers to…
 
The inspiration for a business can strike at any time. For Hasan Hasmani, CEO of Underdog Games, the big idea came to him during a meeting with a client. After several years of selling other people’s board games, that fateful conversation would eventually lead him to running a company and developing his own. For non-essential goods such as board ga…
 
In this episode Ant explores how is personal growth and awareness have deepened in the wake of Covid-19. He explains the ways in which Covid restrictions have forced us to re-evaluate many different aspects of our lives. These include how we relate to people who have hostility towards us because we refuse to be brainwashed by the official narrative…
 
Mike sits down with the co-founder of Intelligems, Drew Marconi, to discuss a subject many entrepreneurs find quite personal: pricing. Pricing is a tricky aspect to navigate when running a business. Set it too high, you’ll turn away potential customers. Set it too low and you’ll run the risk of struggling to keep your business afloat. So, how do yo…
 
Contrary to the expression “Money is no obstacle,” for many start-up entrepreneurs, it’s actually the biggest hump to overcome when getting started. So many great ideas and brands fail to come to fruition mainly because of one factor: funding, or the lack thereof. In this episode, we have Asher Ismail of Uncapped to share with us what the company h…
 
In this episode of the Ecwid Ecommerce Show, our podcast guest is email marketer Chase Dimond. He is the co-founder of Boundless Labs, a top email marketing agency. Why You Need Email Marketing Chase covers the main things that make email marketing so effective for online sellers: - The ability to create personalized emails is unparalleled to socia…
 
Mike chats with Eric Suddarth of Seller Rocket about Amazon’s Onsite Associates Program and how editorial content can positively influence potential customers. In a massive ecommerce platform like Amazon where there are literally thousands of results for every product search, getting your business clicked on (and added to cart) is a challenge. For …
 
Join the Ecwid Ecommerce Show hosts Jesse and RichE as they chat with Ryan Wood, founder of a growth and media strategy Woodmill Strategy. Listen to Ryan talk about the importance of a charted-out vision for your business, the difference between email and SMS marketing, chatbots, and more. Developing a Vision for Your Business The first thing that …
 
Mike catches up with PostPilot’s Drew Sanocki to talk about spotting opportunities in business, the bullishness of SaaS, and the efficacy of real mail in today’s environment. Ever since I attended eCommerceFuel Live five or six years ago, I’ve always admired Drew Sanocki for his knowledge and experience in the business. Drew is the founder and exec…
 
With our businesses fortunately well and stable, we thought it was high time we worked on a new project – this time, as business partners! Dave and I have always talked about working on a business together, but we never really came up with anything concrete. That is until we stumbled upon this hidden gem of sorts: Knitting.com. Although we absolute…
 
As the pandemic continues to drag on, running a successful ecommerce business is not without its challenges. 2021 may not have been the COVID-free year Dave and I wanted for our businesses, but that’s not to say it was all bad. It wasn’t an easy year, but looking back, there were plenty of reasons to celebrate too, which we will talk about in this …
 
In this episode Ant reflects upon the official Covid narrative and why the World's media, in unison with certain national governments, have begun to downplay the seriousness of the virus. Ant explains why certain truths are now being revealed to the general public, whilst the daming evidence of criminal actions by politicians, bureaucrats and healt…
 
WallCharmers co-owner Viktor Morosov talks about how his company has grown and evolved since quitting his office job, and the struggles he encountered during the pandemic. Juggling a nine-to-five job and an e-commerce start-up is no easy feat and is certainly an exhausting set-up to maintain. So when Wall Charmers’ numbers hit an all-time high in A…
 
Elements Brands CEO Bill D’Alessandro returns to chat with Mike about his recent (and unfortunate) experience with an Amazon aggregator who bought his business. For many entrepreneurs, selling a business can be an even bigger achievement than starting one. While some luck out with finding honest-to-goodness buyers of their business, others get caug…
 
Mike and Lazada founder Pierre Poignant talk about the differences in ecommerce philosophies between the East and the West. Born out of the digital revolution, Lazada is one of the largest ecommerce platforms in Southeast Asia. In this episode, I sit down with Lazada Co-Founder and former CEO, Pierre Poignant, to talk about how he saw a massive opp…
 
Mike and Dave discuss the most popular ecommerce tools out there, giving their two cents on which seller software are better than others. Last month, we ran our yearly community poll to find out which among the myriad of seller software our EcomCrew community predominantly uses. The poll was aimed at determining the most popular Amazon software in …
 
Join our podcast host RichE as he chats with Helen Polise, aka the TikTok Teacher. She used her background in film production to help her dive into TikTok during lockdown. And it worked, bringing in 536K followers on TikTok! Tune in to learn about her best tips and tricks for growing your business on TikTok. How to Connect with Viewers Helen recomm…
 
Mike and Dave look back at 2021 and reveal the year’s Top 10 EcomCrew Podcast episodes. Throughout 2021, we’ve had some great conversations with a lot of interesting people about all things ecommerce—from tips and strategies to taking your business to new heights, to peeling the curtain back on aggregators, to analyzing the latest market trends and…
 
In this episode Ant explores the challenging situation humanity is facing as we're about to enter the new year. He talks about Part 2 of the Covid-19 event which is likely to result in a banking re-set followed by the implementation of a global digital currency. Ant also considers how the ongoing ascension of the planet is likely to impact our ever…
 
Tune in to the latest episode of the Ecwid Ecommerce Show. This week we’ve brought on Hahney Yo, a Product Marketing Manager at TikTok. She uncovers what makes TikTok so special and how small businesses can use the platform to grow their reach. The World of TikTok TikTok is a place where short form videos reign. It also has over one billion users g…
 
Join The Ecwid Ecommerce Show hosts Jesse and RichE as they discuss opportunities for small businesses to grow with Facebook and Instagram. Grow Awareness with Content People are always wondering how they can get more sales. The answer: you have to create content. There should be different forms of content that introduce your brand to customers. Ea…
 
Mike and Greg have a fireside chat about how they are applying the 4-burner theory as ecommerce sellers to not lose sight of other meaningful things in life. Being an ecommerce entrepreneur means wearing many hats and oftentimes being so busy that you tend to lose track of other meaningful things in life. Today, Greg Howlett and I will be talking a…
 
In this episode Ant is joined by the author Michael Ronin for a conversation about the current state of siege that humanity is under from tyrannical governments across the world as they continue to impose medical tyranny. Ant and Michael contemplate the power of non-compliance and explain why this remains such an alien concept to the vast majority …
 
Amazon sellers use various software as tools to help grow their businesses and make processes smoother. If you’ve ever wondered which ones are used by most sellers, you’re not alone. To settle this matter, we’ve decided to bring back last year's survey that will give us a list of the most popular Amazon seller software. We’ve created a total of fou…
 
In this episode Ant considers the implications of the recent announcement by the Austrian government making the Covid jab compulsory from February 2022. Ant shares his opinion as to what this disturbing development means for the future of Westen Liberal democracies and how the people have historically given consent to government. Discerning Conscio…
 
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