Assembly: Bridging Software and Community for E-Commerce Sellers – 236

One of the hardest parts of being an entrepreneur working in e-commerce is juggling the many different parts of running your business. Product research, keyword optimization, marketing, brand building and PPC advertising are just a few of the roles that online sellers need to assume. When you add in the financial element of running a […]

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A Question for Entrepreneurs: Stay the Course, or Change Direction? – 234

Most entrepreneurs understand that if you’re not careful, your job description(s) will expand to the point where there’s no way that you can do it all. Ultimately, it comes down to balancing priorities and having an ability to really look at your personal skill set with an honestly critical eye. Today on the AM/PM Podcast, […]

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“Accidental” Entrepreneurial Success and Important Next Steps – 233

A lot of times, entrepreneurs find themselves “accidentally” running businesses. With the right idea, initial success occasionally comes so quickly that they end up behind the big desk without the skills necessary to achieve long term profitability.  In this episode of the AM/PM Podcast, Tim Jordan speaks with the Founder and CEO of Full Scale, […]

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The (UN)Comfort Zone; Fighting the Fear of the Unknown – 232

I’m not giving away any state secrets when I say that the last year has presented its share of challenges for all of us. However, in some ways those in e-commerce are better prepared than most.  Between rapidly changing marketplaces, regulations, shipping problems or governmental tariffs, entrepreneurs have developed the ability to be agile and […]

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Social Media for Everyone! It’s Not as Hard as Everyone Thinks – 230

It might come naturally to everyone under the age of 16, but somehow, the idea of using social media can strike fear into the heart of hardened, professional entrepreneurs across the globe.  In this episode of the AM/PM Podcast, Tim Jordan welcomes a social media expert who’s here to demystify the entire process. Clay McDaniel […]

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Why Entrepreneurs Sometimes Need to Ignore Advice – 229

I think it’s pretty well accepted that an entrepreneur’s work experience is for the most part, a somewhat solitary exercise. When you combine that with the tendency of others to offer well-meaning but occasionally tone-deaf business advice, it’s a recipe for frustration.  Today on the AM/PM Podcast, Tim Jordan speaks about what it’s like to […]

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