Stop falling victim to Black Friday sales
How many products did you purchase last year during Black Friday?
How many of those Black Friday deals made a positive impact on your sales in the last 365 days?
Let me guess.
Today is Cyber Monday, or Cyber week as some people are claiming.
Check out this stat from TechCrunch.
“The growth in e-commerce due to the pandemic has set a high bar for what’s now considered baseline growth. According to the Q2 2020 report from the U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. retail e-commerce reached $211.5 billion, up 31.8% from the first quarter, and 44.5% year-over-year.”
And that’s from Aug 24, 2020.
But it’s not limited to just the top eCommerce sites. I have one client that should see $100 million in sales in the next 24 months.
Here is the bad news.
Because everybody is forced to shop online, USPS, UPS, FedEx, and DHL are struggling to acquire enough delivery vans, and they are telling some clients to stop offering overnight delivery by the 14th of December.
Plus, with Amazon and Walmart offering same day delivery, growth and competition in eCommerce are going to heat up quickly. Make sure you get in and stake your claim while you can.
My question is: how much growth can you handle?
Do you have a growth plan in place?
Do you know what growth levers need to be pushed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd?
All my marketing friends think I’m crazy for offering 1-hour consulting sessions for so little.
On Tuesday I will be doubling my consulting price. Today is the last day to get it at this low rate.
So if you want me to create a growth plan to help you take advantage of the crazy times we live in, then now is the time.
P.S. You can look back on this and realize you will never see crazy online business growth like this again. Or you can let it be one more thing that slipped through your fingers.
Click the link below to reserve your spot with me.