The E-commerce Evolution Podcast interviews top experts in the world of e-commerce. The show is hosted by Brett Curry of OMG Commerce, a company that specializes in search marketing for e-commerce. Because PickFu helps so many people make decisions for their e-commerce ventures, Curry hosted PickFu co-founder John Li.
Mike Jackness and Dave Bryant are the minds behind EcomCrew, a site that gives entrepreneurs the type of e-commerce advice that produces real-time results. In their EcomCrew Podcast, the two share personal advice and interview businesses that can help their customers grow their brand.
After meeting PickFu co-founder John Li at Sellers Summit, Mike Jackness decided to host John on his podcast.
Recently, PickFu’s Director of Marketing Kim Kohatsu joined Andrew Maffettone from Seller’s Choice to discuss how PickFu gives e-commerce sellers easy access to market research. Founded by a team of experienced e-commerce sellers, Seller’s Choice offers a wide range of service packages based on the solutions that online sellers seek.
The EcomHub Podcast, run by e-commerce entrepreneurs Tom Wang and David Zaleski, discusses anything and everything to do with e-commerce. They talk shop about Facebook marketing, email marketing, Amazon selling, and everything in between.
They’ve used PickFu before for their own businesses, so when David met PickFu co-founder John Li at the 2018 Internet Retailers Conference + Exhibition, or IRCE, in Chicago, they decided to keep in touch.
Tamara got a lot of positive feedback about PickFu from those who watched her first PickFu-related video (below) and tried it for themselves afterward.
So she decided she had to get an interview to round out her audience’s PickFu experience. In this interview, Tamara gets the inside scoop on PickFu from co-founder John Li, then walks viewers step-by-step through creating and analyzing two of her own polls.
Wondering about the best way to split test your Amazon listings? Kim Kohatsu, PickFu’s Director of Marketing, recently sat down with Rob Stanley from Feedbackwhiz to discuss how to leverage PickFu as a split testing solution.
Feedbackwhiz builds innovative seller management software for Amazon sellers, including order management, email automation, and feedback campaigns. Feedbackwhiz focuses on helping merchants boost their businesses and is already used by thousands of Amazon sellers.
Adam Fisher is an Amazon entrepreneur who creates videos about how to make money on Amazon through online arbitrage, private label, and retail arbitrage.
Adam recently sat down with PickFu co-founder Justin Chen to talk about PickFu’s role in building a successful e-commerce business. Keep reading for interview highlights, or watch the entire interview.
On the Business of E-commerce podcast, Charles Palleschi interviews guests to talk about tips, tricks, and strategies to help retailers launch and grow their e-commerce business. Since PickFu plays an important role in e-commerce, Charles asked Kim Kohatsu, PickFu’s director of marketing, to be on the show.
After listening to your comments and requests, we’re excited to launch some new products that we hope you’ll love.
The classic PickFu poll, the PickFu Head-to-Head, is exactly as you remember it: 2 to 8 ideas are presented to respondents in head-to-head matchups, meaning two at a time. For each matchup, respondents vote on their favorite of the two options presented and provide a written comment about why they chose one over the other.
But now, you’ve got two new options for polling: PickFu Solo and PickFu Ranked! … Continue reading
A few months ago, Dave Chesson, creator of Kindlepreneur.com, received an email from Galaxy Press. Galaxy Press is the publishing company of famed sci-fi author L. Ron Hubbard, and the email asked for Dave’s help in writing a new book description for one of Hubbard’s most famous books, Battlefield Earth.
A step-by-step approach to writing a strong book description
Feeling honored, Dave approached the task methodically. First, he returned to basics and reviewed some trusted books and articles about what makes a good book description. Next, he scoured the web for book reviews, including professional blogs, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and iTunes. “The best strategy for writing a description that makes people buy is not only knowing the book, but also finding out what people say was their favorite part of the book, and expanding on that,” he writes. … Continue reading