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Brian Mark

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Robert recently had a nice conversation with SugarRae about affiliate marketing from a merchant's perspective. Learn what to do and what not to do in this interview with an amazing affiliate marketer.

Robert spent some time with Todd Malicoat, aka Stuntdubl, at IM Spring Break. He discusses things like social marketing, conferences, content sites, french fry pages and when to call in a specialist.

An interview from IM Spring Break with Aaron Chronister, aka MadHat, on things such as competition, the value of small conferences, conversation with customers, branding, expansion of your ecom site, social media for ecommerce, online... more

Sales online can depend on a good call to action. We'll talk about what this entails, some best practices, and a few studies that we've seen.

Selling something on your site is great, but how about maximizing the spend in those shopping carts? We'll discuss some strategies for cross selling, up selling and getting add-on sales.

Social Media is all the rage, but what can you really do with it for your eCommerce site? We'll discuss some ideas to get you started in this episode.

After talking about SEO for your eCommerce homepage and category pages, it's time now to discuss optimizing product detail pages on your eCommerce site.

Last week, we talked about SEO for your eCommerce homepage. This week, we'll talk about how it differs for your category level pages.

SEO is one of the best ways to get traffic for a long time to your eCommerce site. We'll talk about some of the introductory methods for getting rankings started, but it's going to take a lot of episodes to cover this one completely.

PPC (Pay Per Click) is a necessary evil for eCommerce. Listen in as we discuss some best practices for taming this marketing beast.

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