Blueprint’s podcast covering eCommerce growth, strategy and retention.
Is feedback a secret weapon in eCommerce?
Whether you're an agency or a tech platform, everyone talks about the importance of listening to your customers and gathering feedback. But, all too often, that feedback starts and ends at a rushed 2-minute chat before getting into the main agenda of a 30-minute call. But what if you had a systematic approach to gathering feedback? What if you could then use that insight to hone your marketing position, nail your messaging, and delight your customers and partners?Harvey Hodd (Blueprint Founder) and Harry Willis (Blueprint Partnerships Lead), were recently invited to discuss this with Adam Pearce (Blend Commerce) on stage at London's eCom Collab Club. They shared their methodology on how they've doubled down on gathering feedback from customers and partners to drive growth for Blueprint's SMS and WhatsApp 'Customer Experience Engine'.
Demystifying eCommerce retention for modern DTC brands
We cover the state of retention within the eCommerce industry today, and break down lifetime value (LTV) into its component parts, to look at the key inputs and outputs that make up a top retention strategy.
Golde: Trinity Mouzon Wofford on building an omnichannel wellness brand
Trinity Mouzon Wofford went from making Golde product by hand to launching in Target stores this year. We discuss how an omnichannel approach, community focus and smart PR strategy drove growth for the brand.
Patch Plants: Franky Athill on the challenges of selling live plants online
Franky Athill shares how Patch Plants disrupted the gardening industry with an eCommerce model.
Pattern Brands: Emmett Shine on building brands through storytelling
Former Gin Lane, now Pattern Brands founder, Emmett Shine talks storytelling, community building and operating new brands Equal Parts & Open Spaces.
Depop: Simon Beckerman on fueling organic growth with a simple marketing flywheel
Depop founder Simon Beckerman explains how a simple marketing flywheel fuelled the growth of the Gen Z shopping app with 18 million users.