Seller Sessions is the largest Amazon FBA and Private Label podcast for Advanced Amazon Sellers. It is the first of its kind, in terms of being raw, non nonsense and straight to the point. A lot of Amazon podcasts that came after has followed by example... Seller Sessions is published 3 times per week and often breaks new trends first in the industry.
Host Danny McMillan, is a world renowned public speaker and veteran Amazon Seller, Danny is also the co-founder of DATAbrill. DATAbrill manages Amazon PPC and advertising automation for 6, 7 & 8 figure Amazon brands.
Danny also works with Amazon in the UK to provide webinar content for their 3rd party sellers.
Each year he hosts Seller Sessions Live the annual conference for Amazon Sellers in the UK, bringing the worlds best speakers on the cutting edge of marketing on and off Amazon.
He is also the founder of SellerPoll, the official annual awards for Amazon Sellers and Brands.
Website Conversion Optimisation - Landing Page Development
In this session we will look at why sliders are bad. When ugly landing pages work, what to avoid with affiliate style pages and building out a landing page our home page with research. Why it makes sense to have a team that work on all the different facets and you all bring the knowledge together for a better user experience.
Why sliders are bad https://cxl.com/blog/dont-use-automatic-image-sliders-or-carousels/
Research into building a landing page
Who is on your team?
Designer, Copywriter, UI and researcher for your customer avatar.
When you try to do all this yourself, it will be hard to get a great product finished as the skills
Browser validation tool
Website Conversion Optimisation For You Off Amazon Brand - Landing Pages
Over the next two shows I will be flying solo as I go in-depth on conversion optimisation on your Amazon third party sites. The episode we will take a look at the anatomy of a landing page and conversion colours. I will show a few examples on why it is very important to build a lander / Home page that is relevant to your audience. Example, Apple does not have long landing pages full of hypnotic copy. Why? Because they are not selling e products or marketing tools to marketers. This goes the same for Tesla, Nike, Coca Cola and Versace. What does this mean for your high ticket product? Or, you refined brand that sells beauty or fashion products?
Reviewing site home pages
Importance of design
Other sites that were mentioned
Service based business
Kevin King site
Breaking Barriers - Women - Trailblazing, Empowering, Nabbing Opportunities
This week with Bell...
Som will be discussing the expectations of women and how they could only be good in business or a great homemaker. Another topic will be the importance of having more women focused communities.
Som is a serial entrepreneur, bestselling author, motivational speaker and investor. Armed with a PhD degree in Economics, has served as the former Vice-Chairperson of NASSCOM Product Council, a core committee member of WEP – NITI Aayog and as a board member at Kotler Impact. She is at present the MD and Founder at Assiduus Global with offices in New York, Manila and Bangalore. She has formerly been the Founder and CEO of Unspun Group, one of India’s first ad-tech companies and the Founder of IRA – House of Designers, a crowd-sourced social impact multi-million-dollar fashion label. As a serial entrepreneur, Som has a strong focus on building, enabling & scaling brands across digital platforms and global E-commerce marketplaces in Nutraceutical, Health & Beauty, Fashion, Houseware & Kitchenware segments. Som is also a Global Mentor at Google Launchpad and a Mentor of Change at Atal Innovation Mission. She speaks at influential platforms, forums and events such as RISE conference, Economic Times Conclave, London Tech Week, TiE summit US and the like. Som is the author of bestselling book - Decoding Digital:Unlocking Digital Barriers that entails a detailed analysis of digital sciences, its impact on marketing and serves as a manual, a text for students and businesses. On a lighter note, Som plays the piano, trained Indian classical singer, amateur golfer, combat training and kickboxing enthusiast, a voracious reader and avid traveller. Som administers a not-for-profit organisation by the name Digital Leadership Institute that invests in the youth of India and empowers them with digital skills and leverages technology facilitating them to lead self-sustainable lives. Som’s adage that defines her perspective towards life - Every adversity comes with an opportunity!
3d Printing For Proof Of Concept
Today on Thursdays with Sharon we bring on Amy Wees, Barcus Patty and Nicholas Citrini to discuss 3D Printing products for proof of concept, profit and mold making.
You can 3D print almost anything, many people 3D print their ideas and use that as proof of concept before investing thousands of dollars in an expensive mold or inventory. We will be discussing the ins and outs, do’s and do not dos of 3d printing and how you can leverage it for maximum profits.
Building A Pre-launch List (For You Amazon Products) - WITHOUT Making Content!
Today we welcome back Steven Black to discuss how to set it up squeeze page vs a full site, timeframes for an effective launches, tools and platforms to use and how to boost order values BEFORE your product goes live.
Steven Black has been a marketer and selling for 15 years. He owns and runs multiple online stores of various types and consults with other companies from startups to 8 figure+ monsters about how to better their efforts. He also runs a FB marketing group for Amazon sellers with over 10,000 members - Unstoppable FBA - Marketing Hacks for Amazon Sellers.
His specialty is building and growing massive engaged audiences and driving repeat business through content marketing and buyer psychology.
Amazon Sellers Going For Their 2nd Exit (Roundtable)
Today we are joined by Michele Venton, Ben Leonard, Richard Billings and Paul Nicol.
Last week we focussed on the Aggregators, this week we are bring is a few UK sellers that have had recent exits and working / planning their new brands to go again.
We look at what the did the first time, what they learned and what they will do different in getting back on the horse and riding again.