Ultimate eComm Podcast – 9 Best eCommerce Business Models (and 1 That Sucks)

By | 2018-04-17T12:45:10+00:00 March 9th, 2018|

In this episode, I talk about the basics of eCommerce and the various types of eCommerce business models that exist, to help beginners understand the basics of eCommerce before we dive into the more advanced piece in time. This episode reviews traditional eCommerce, B2B, B2C, Direct to Consumer, Print on Demand, Dropshipping and many more.

I hope that you give it a listen even if you are an experienced eCommerce professional because I think that even though this was written for beginners, there is information that is likely useful for everyone.

We have a companion post on the blog as well if you’d like this content in written form.  We’re also very close to releasing more educational and informative products to help you, all based on my own 20+ year career in eCommerce, so that you can learn in a lot less time.  We’ll have new products available soon, as well as various training courses and the announcement of various workshops and even the first Ultimate eCommerce Conference.

As a special bonus once we kick that off, we will be offering LIFETIME access to all of everything that we ever do in that regard (training, conferences, eBooks, etc) to those who have current one year content memberships – for free – as a way of saying thank you for supporting us as we LAUNCH this new content. If you have a membership now, you are grandfathered into the new program and will receive information on that soon.

And as always, if you have any feedback on this podcast episode or anything else, drop me a line in the comments below and I’ll be sure to respond.

Thanks again!


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About the Author:

Joe has been an eCommerce professional for over 20 years now, when Amazon was an up and coming bookseller and auction sites like Ebay were the "hot new trend".During that time, he's led eCommerce initiatives for brands such as Harley-Davidson, DSW, theChive and several others, as well as owned several eCommerce businesses of his own and helped dozens of other stores grow their ecommerce business.

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