September 23, 2019
Getting Started with eCommerce Ecwid Podcast ep 25

Getting Started with eCommerce Ecwid Podcast ep 25


Jesse: Richie, how’s it going today, man? Richard: What’s happening, Jesse? I’m excited, as always. Jesse: As always excited. Today is a day to kind of close the books
on 2018 and, you know, closing the books is no fun. But looking ahead to 2019, that’s always
fun. Richard: Yeah, and I get reflectful all the
time this time of the year, you know, kind of: “What are the things did right? What are the things wanna improve upon?” And, you know, we were really just hoping.. As, you know, we were reflecting on the show
itself, and what we really want, and obviously, we want people who already use Ecwid to continue
to use Ecwid. This is the Ecwid E-commerce Show, right. But we really just want to help people in
general know more about what is e-commerce, why they should be doing it, who are the people
that should be into this. You know, and when you’re setting those
goals in the New Year, we know there’s a bunch of people that have been sitting there
thinking about starting a store and selling something online. And, you know, I just thought we dedicate
to helping that happened, you know. Whatever they use.. Jesse: Yeah. So, if that describes you, this is the show
for you. We want to give you a little bit of motivation
and give you a couple of the tips and tools to get started. I know by the time.. When I tell people, I mean e-commerce, they
usually have a concept of what that is and they think: “Man, you know, I had this idea
a couple of years ago. It was this, that, and I, you know, I never
got around to it. Now there’s other companies crushing it. Now I wish I had done it.” Like yeah! E-commerce is blowing up! Like it’s easy. So we want to encourage you to, that if you
have that idea of like “there’s this thing I wanted to do and I just didn’t know how
to start like”. One — get started. Richard: Yeah. Well, I mean, let’s go into that just for
a quick second before we bring our guest on. Like, there are basically, let’s just say,
three main categories. You could sell info online, that could be
considered e-commerce, some people call it digital or whatever, but it’s a form of
selling online. You could sell a product. You could sell a service, maybe of somebody
else, be an affiliate of somebody else or dropships something for someone else who will
mostly get into products probably in this discussion. But if you say you’re working in a job right
now, and you love your job but you just.. You have a Gramma’s relish recipe that you
think everybody would like, and you just want to start with one little SKU. Like, this show is for you right now. This isn’t for someone who’s been in the
game for 16 years and wants to get super tactical. This is just call it out right now. This is for someone who’s just getting in. They don’t know where to start. They think they have to have all these SKUs,
and all these different products, and it’s like “no, let’s just kind of dive in going.” There’s just one thing that means something
to you and you want to get it out in front of people. Jesse: Yeah, this is all about getting started
in e-commerce in 2019. And to help us out with that, let’s bring
on our guest DANIELLA.IO. Daniella, how are you? Daniella: I am great! How are you guys doing? Jesse: We are fantastic. Richard: Good to have you back on. Jesse: Yes, so Daniella, you’ve been on
the show before on the podcast and so we’re glad to have a regular guest back on the show. So yeah.. Are you.. How did you do on your 2018 new resolutions? Are you.. Did you complete them all? Daniella: Absolutely. Actually, one of my main goals was to complete
and an Ecwid E-commerce course. So I just finished that up and that was my
main goal for 2018. So I’m really excited that that’s completed. Jesse: Awesome. And just under the gun. You’ve got it completed (laughing.) That’s important. And are you looking ahead to 2019? Daniella: Absolutely. 2019.. I have a bunch of goals per a quarter. So, I hopefully a lot of e-commerce goals
I’ll be able to achieve those also. Richard: So, we’ve all been in e-commerce
for a while. Shoot, how many years total? Well, I mean if you count my eBay early selling
years that’s been.. since, shoot, 20 years.. But between us all, we probably got 50+ years
of e-commerce or 40+ years for sure of commerce total on this podcast. And you’ve done this for a while. When someone’s first getting started, what
do you think.. What do you think they should be thinking
about as far as a product goes? Do you think they should have the plan all
laid out? Should they just get started with something? Like, in your opinion, Daniella, what should
someone be thinking about when they’re first getting started in e-commerce? Daniella: When they’re first getting started,
I’d say keep things simple. A lot of people go off on creating a whole
bunch of products and different ideas, and they.. I have a lot of friends who have started a
couple of e-commerce gigs, and they went way off on huge tangents at the beginning. So I was like: “OK, you have a ton of awesome
ideas. Write them down.” So, start right writing down all of your ideas
just on a simple piece of paper or whatever you like to use, if it’s an app or anything. And then look at where your passions are. Because if you don’t follow your passions.. You know, should be something that you’re
passionate about. Richard: It’s going to be work at some point
in time. You may as well like it, right? Daniella: Exactly. Exactly. And then try to drill it down to a couple
ideas, maybe initially, if you have a lot of ideas you’d like to start with. Jesse: For sure. Good advice and I think, you know, adding
to that to think about, you know.. Yes, you want to have a passion in the product,
and I like to think of the price point of that passion as well (laughing.) Not to be a to be a dirty capitalist, but
if that passion product is about 20 bucks it’s going to be hard to market it. If a passion project is a hundred dollars
or more you’re going to have a lot easier time attracting traffic and marketing that
store to your, you know, to your future customer base. Throwing the dead one. Richard: You know, I totally completely understand
that. And to your point, Jesse. You know, won’t go super down in the weeds,
but there’s.. Let’s just say someone had two products. You could be marketing that first one knowing
you’re going to make up the money in the second one, right? So, but point very well-taken, when you’re
choosing a product if you’re going to sell something that’s a $1,25. Like, don’t be surprised when you don’t
have a lot of margin to work with to do other things. Jesse: I’m not something to try to change
anybody’s passion. I’m saying it’s a choice between a or
b. I’m going to go with the probably the more
expensive product based on, it’s not always the most expensive product, but the most that’s
defensible and unique in the market and, hopefully, you know, higher-dollar items so there’s
a lot more margin to play with. Daniella: Exactly, and that’s where you
want to have an educated choice after that. So, if you’re selling an info product for
two dollars online, you have no shipping, you have no overhead, it’s really fast arriving
in your customer’s inbox. Let’s say, for example, you made a PDF that
explains something that you’re really good at or really passionate about. I know someone who created a PDF about how
to save money on your plane tickets. So, something very simple, something she’s
passionate about, and she’s been selling it. You know, it was just two dollars a pop. Well, she’s still making a profit. But if you have a physical heavy product to
ship in the post then you’re going to have to rethink your margins. So, the next step, I think in my opinion,
would be to try to figure out, you know, where you’re going to make money, and things like
that. Jesse: Yeah, for sure. So, with that product there’s a lot of places
where they can sell. Is your product.. Is it a product that’s going to have a long
name that people are going to search for it on google? OK. Great. You’re going to want to have a website,
you can expect people that are searching for your product to find you. If it’s a product that’s maybe more common
or let’s just say something that nobody searches for, but they need to see it. All right, well, you might want to gear your
product to your market towards an Instagram and social media world where nobody knew they
needed rainbow-colored platform shoes, until they saw it on Instagram and they think: “Oh
yeah, I need that!” But nobody would ever type that in. So, you need to start thinking about: OK,
you have your product, where will it sell? Because that might determine what your first
steps are, right? Daniella: Yeah. Something that can help with that is Google
Trends. So if you go to Google Trends, and you type
in a couple of keywords that people might search for that you might think of with regards
to your product, you’ll get trends or tracking about how people are searching for that product,
for free. It’s free information. And you can see if the trend is upwards then
maybe that’s a cool product to start, you know, digging deeper about. Richard: Have you done much in the arena of.. Just since we’re talking about where would
you sell it, have you utilized kind of the multi-platform experience for people? Are you selling on Instagram, Facebook and
on Ecwid store? Are you selling all over? You just choosing e-commerce? Daniella: Absolutely. I have different cases as I work with a couple
of different clients. So, it depends on their needs. And even for myself I’ve tried a bunch of
different channels, but you can even sell on Facebook without having a website. And that’s an incredible opportunity. If you already have an audience on Facebook,
you could serve your online store right there within Facebook and that’s a possibility. I’ve tested a couple other integrations
with Instagram Shopping, which is a fairly new feature at this point, where you could
add links to your products within Instagram, so people can purchase them directly. So, and if we’re talking just about what
you might need to build your online store, you don’t necessarily need an actual website
for it. Jesse: Yeah. And that’s why I mentioned the odd products
that maybe people don’t search for. So, Google Trends is great for products that
people will search for. But there’s a lot of products right now.. You know, as you scroll through Instagram
feeds and Facebook feeds where you never knew you needed these, but once you see them you
have that little shopping tag, and we allow people to have that shopping tag. So when you.. If you’re looking to sell something that
you think is Instagram-friendly, social-friendly, Facebook-friendly, like now is really the
right time to launch these types of business, because not everyone is on it. You know, it does require a little bit of.. You’re going to have to have some Instagram
skills. You have to build an audience. Richard: That’s a good point, Jess, cause
here we are again. Let’s kinda go back. The goal of the show is to get people started,
right? And so, you can do all of these things we’re
referring to or you can pick one or two, right? Because really, this is about.. Again. Yes, we’re Ecwid, and part of the beauty
of why we want to talk about helping get someone started in e-commerce is I’ve never seen
a platform that’s easier in getting people started. And everything we just described you can sell
on Facebook, you can sell on Instagram, you can do.. Like, how much time does that even take, Daniella? Truly, I know you’re a whiz, but if you
are someone kind of watched your videos and went through, how long on average do you think
it would take for someone to set up a small site with one product and get connected to
these other platforms? Daniella: I have a video on my YouTube channel
where I show how to set up an Ecwid store in five minutes. So..(laughing) I do go quickly over things,
but it is possible to open an online store and get selling online in five minutes, if
you’re using the Ecwid platform. So, it’s as simple as that. Richard: I wish I would’ve said it, I was
gonna say in a half an hour. So, I was like.. Jesse: Yeah, and I’m smiling because there
is a tagline on our home page and we have tested different taglines and things, but
we say, you know, how to get started in five minutes, and people thought like that’s
not really possible. Well, all right. Check out this video. Daniella did it in five minutes. Like it is totally possible to set up a store
in five minutes. Now, of course, I know you’re pro, but it’s
totally possible. Richard: Well, and again. We’re talking about, like, a product. This isn’t.. You got a CBS phone, you’re uploading, like,
seventeen hundred SKUs and things that people don’t even know what I’m talking about
right now. (laughing) Jesse: You’re not going to be a millionaire
in five minutes. Let’s not be crazy about it. You can open a store in five minutes. Absolutely. Richard: And then, was it very difficult to
also be able to sell on Instagram? And do these tagging features? Or Facebook ? Or was that pretty simple too? Daniella: No, it’s very simple. Everything’s integrated with the platform,
so you just click on Sell on Facebook → Connect your account and then wait to get verified
by Facebook. Doesn’t take that long. And once it’s done, your products are available
within your Ecwid business.. Sorry. Your Facebook business page. So, it’s just a couple of clicks. When you think about normally, if you wanted
to do that, you would need development, it would cost you money, you’d have to have,
like, someone do it for you. Everything’s all done. Like, the developments all done. Anyone can use these features so it’s.. It’s easy. Jesse: Yeah, absolutely. And we talk about the.. You know, getting started in 2019. If we had this show a year ago we wouldn’t
be seeing that. That was not possible. So now this is totally possible in 2018 still
to do this. Like, if you have a product that’s Instagram-friendly,
Facebook-friendly, you don’t really need to do SEO. You don’t need to do all these, you know,
more hardcore time-intensive tasks. You can just get started and store on Instagram
and Facebook. Richard: Yeah, and that’s the beauty is
you’re getting feedback right away, right? And what’s working — you do more of and
what’s not — you do less of. But to your point, Jesse.. So, let’s say we’re back in the beginning
of this podcast and we’re talking about someone’s passion. Well, since you can connect it all these ways,
you now can think about it from a: “I like Instagram, and I like doing pictures, and
now all I have to do is do my pictures that I like doing, and I’m marketing my business,
and literally all I have to do is set up this store, and tag the product to my picture? And now I’m living my passion. And living my passion could be selling my
product and not anything more than that.” That is a possibility again. Disclaimer: not going to say you’re going
to be the next Internet millionaire in the next 90 days. Like, this takes work. But to get started and to start getting feedback,
and to stick with your passion now that.. So, when you can so easily get on all these
other platforms via Ecwid, you literally could just be producing content and living your
passion, and actually making more sales because of it. This is so cool. Daniella: I like to think about just 10 years
ago how complicated that would have been like. I mean we didn’t even have Instagram at
that time. At least as developed as it is today, right? But.. Jesse: Yeah, absolutely. And you’d be using a computer for all this
to. A lot of these things that we said, you’re
pretty much using your phone. Like, a good portion of what you can do can
be done on your phone. Sometimes it’s easier to see the big screen. But yeah, to check sales, to even create a
new product you can do that completely with inside of a mobile app. So, you know, particularly for the Instagram
generation, if you’re used to everything, and Instagram being on phone, your e-commerce
store, your e-commerce platform is now fully mobile. So I think, that’s pretty exciting for people
too that are looking to start a new business that.. You don’t even really.. You don’t really need a computer anymore. You can do everything on your phone. Jesse: So, a little bit more on the Where. So just as people are thinking through their
products and they said: “All right, well.” “All right” “Something you just search
for on Google.” Ok, great. That’s the website Facebook and Instagram-friendly. I get that. There’s another set of people who might
have a product, it’s a little more Amazon-friendly. So, if you have products that are.. Boy, a lot of products can be sold on Amazon. I guess, I shouldn’t really categorize them. But if you have a product that you think you
want to sell on Amazon, that’s also a very good time to get started. There’s a lot of people doing that where
they’re launching, a lot of times a simultaneous e-commerce site, and an Amazon site, and using
Amazon traffic to then gather those customers onto their regular site. I don’t want to go down too in the weeds
there, but I think the key thing there is that.. Yes, if you have products that are going to
be Amazon-friendly, now is also a good time to start. And you can sync that, totally sync that with
your Ecwid store, so you can still own that customer as well. Richard: Have you ever done any.. So, I’m trying to think now of someone who’s
listening, and they like the idea of this. They know their passion. They know they want to do Instagram, or they
know they want to do something that has to do with.. Let’s just say pictures and so they’re
going to go down that route, and maybe they have an already existing platform. Have you integrated an Ecwid store to someone’s
blog? Like, they already have a blog with pictures. They already have a blog where people.. And now they want to start selling something. Have you brought Ecwid into an existing ecosystem
already? Or how does that work for someone who’s
thinking: “Man, I’ve already put all this work into something else. I have this passion. I want to sell something now. But do I have to build a whole new store?” How does that work for them? Daniella: Absolutely. Actually, it’s one of Ecwid’s greatest
strengths. Ecwid is capable of integrating with almost
any website. So, let’s say, for example, you’re working
with a blog, a partner blog. And you wrote content for them, and it’s
a really, like, good article. It’s cornerstone content. And you’d like to add your online store
to that content, because.. I don’t know, you explain something in there
that is related to your products, right? But you don’t want to send people like off
the site. You want to keep it in there. You could add a little piece of code to that
article. It’s very simple, it’s just a copy-paste. And your online store will appear within that
article. So, you can add your store to partner blogs,
to partner sites, other people that you work with, and that’s an incredible business
opportunity. Jesse: I think, it might be a good tip as
well for people that are listening, that already have stores too. If you haven’t thought about that particular
tactic, this might be a good thing to think about in 2019. You know, like who is a related, I don’t
know, partner. Not even really a partner or even another
Web site that you read, or blog. Can you get your product placed on their blog? It’s an easy way to add extra traffic, extra
revenue to your existing store. And it’s easy. Richard: Is there a way.. Does Ecwid track that that’s sold on that
site? And can you give some sort of a commission
or something for that even? Daniella: I sure you could use coupon codes
to track that. So, for example, if you give your partner
a coupon code, and then the person converts in the online store, you’ll know that the
coupon code was used by that partner. So that’s one way to track it. Richard: It’s cool. Jesse: Awesome. So, Daniella, I know you work with a lot of
different clients. You know, I think.. How many? 100 or so that you’ve worked with over the
years? Daniella: Yeah (laughing.) Jesse: So, I think, that one thing that we
want to talk to the new people listening this, like, how can I get started with e-commerce? You know, I think, there’s.. Well, there’s a ton of different ways. I mean, I would be in the Ecwid employee I
would say you should go to ecwid.com and sign up for a store, and get started. And that’s always the easiest way to go,
but that it’s important that you’re not always on your own. You don’t just have to like brute force,
trial and error. Yes, you can follow along in the tutorial,
but there are a ton of places to get help with e-commerce today. You know, this podcast is one place you can
get some help, if you are.. if you like videos. There’s a lot of YouTube videos that are
made, and I mentioned that, because we have Daniella on here who makes a ton of videos
herself. Daniella: Absolutely. I guess, if I were starting out, because I
was in that case, I’m really going to put myself back in that place. Couple of years ago I was looking for a solution
that was affordable, and that was hosted, because a lot of solutions you have to buy
hosting, you have to get a domain name. There’s like this whole backend techie stuff
that I did not understand at that time, (laughing) and that I didn’t want to learn either. I was really more of an entrepreneur and more
of a marketer, I guess. So, I really have that hands on easy. Like, I just want to get started selling online
ASAP-kind-of-approach. So, when I came across Ecwid, I found that
it was very scalable and powerful for what I was looking to do. And the five minutes setup was a huge advantage
for me, and the fact that you can sell on various platforms. So, it’s omni channel social media platforms,
sales platforms, like Amazon and eBay, and the websites, like partner blogs. But the power of that is that all of that
at the same time. So, if you start selling on Instagram, you’re
having a lot of success there. It’s really cool. And you’re like: “Maybe I want to try
Amazon, right?” You can still do that from the same store. So, there’s a lot of features that are available
in Ecwid. And yeah, that’s one of the reasons why
I started out with that platform at the beginning, and I’ve become a huge fan of it. It’s just.. It’s so easy to start making an MVP or a
minimum viable product. You know, if you’re in the startup world,
it’s just getting online, start selling. Test it out. Go for it. Richard: And, Daniella, how did you originally
learn how to build a store? Did you just just signed up, and went for
it? I mean, what was your learning process? Did you have a mentor? How did you get going? Daniella: I made a lot of mistakes! (laughing)
Let’s say I went on to Magento which is a Ferrari. OK. It’s a huge platform. It’s awesome. It’s great. But you need to be a developer to have any
success with that. It’s all coded, and I never understood anything. It was so complicated, and I wasted a lot
of time with that, and I tested out a couple of other things, but they wound up being really
expensive. And then I came across Ecwid. I was in a business incubator at the time,
someone talked to me about it and I was like: “OK, this looks really easy.” I set it up in five minutes, I was like: “OK. I didn’t know it’s gonna be this way. That’s it? OK!” (laughing) “Well, I already have
an online store.” I already got products online. And from there it took off, I just became
really passionate about it, and started making videos. Jesse: Awesome! So, when you got started you’d already had
some.. Your learning experience was with the other
platforms were actually harder. So, when you got to Ecwid, like: “Oh my
gosh, this is easy!” Daniella: Yes, and that’s what I was looking
for, because I worked with other people, other clients, and I wanted them to be on my platform
with a very simple solution. And they’re not techie at all. There also other entrepreneurs, and business
owners, and startups, that you know are focused on so many other things. Like, they have so many other things to be
doing, they don’t want to be like doing techie backend server stuff, like they just
want to be selling online period. (laughing) Jesse: For sure. I mean, that’s the goal here, we’re not.. Nobody wants to get in there and learn the
technical details. You just want to get in there and start selling. So, yeah, I think so, of course. Please, you know, go in there and get started. There are a couple options for people that
depending on how you want to learn. So all premium Ecwid customers get live chat,
so there’s a live chat button on the upper right hand side of your Control panel. So, you can talk to support right off the
bed, if you have a question right now and you need it answered. That’s what support does, and they are awesome
actually. So that, that’s one way to learn. If you prefer to read, a lot of times depending
on your learning styles, if you want to read — the Help section at Ecwid is great. It’s written by the support people. So that’s a great way. There’s videos embedded. And a lot of people, I’m finding now, prefer
to learn by video. So, a lot of times, you can type in your specific
need into YouTube, and you’re going to end up seeing the..Maybe, the Ecwid channel for
Ecwid questions or you gonna see Daniella’s YouTube channel with a lot of different help
on whatever subject you want. So, there’s a couple different ways you
can learn, and that’s great for people that already have a little bit of a head of steam,
and maybe know which way they’re headed. But, because this is New Year’s time, and
people are looking to, you know, figure out how to motivate themselves for the year. Daniella, you might have another option right
out there. So, tell us about your new course. Daniella: Absolutely. So, if you want, you know, free tutorial videos,
they’re available on my YouTube channel. But I really-really took things further in
2018, that was my goal for the end of this year. So, I created an extensive Ecwid e-commerce
course, and in the course, I really review how to set up your store like a pro, quickly
and easily. This course is really oriented towards anyone
who’s starting out, you know, small business owners or startups. Anyone who just wants to get selling online
quickly and easily. So, I show you how to create your website
if you want one. So, the Ecwid Starter site. And then how to integrate various platforms,
such as Instagram, Amazon, eBay. And then.. Facebook also. And then we’ll review a couple of ways to
expand your source functionality using the marketplace. And I have a whole chapter on driving targeted
traffic to your new online store, and maximising profit day one, and that is now available
on my YouTube channel currently, and there’s a ton of value in that section. Jesse: Got it. So I think the.. Yeah, the interesting part there is that there’s
a lot of stuff for free on YouTube. Yes, but a lot of times you need to know where
you’re going or where to start. So, what you’re doing is more walking through
people step by step. So, if you don’t know where you want to
go next or “What should I even search for?”, this is a little more.. We’ll call it “paint by numbers”, I
guess, where you can just, if you follow each course, you will have a store build, and you
will have traffic in, and which will lead to sales. So, I think that’s really helpful for people
that are just don’t know where to go next or where to get started. So, that’s awesome. And I heard you mentioned the traffic part
at the end, that’s always really important to a lot of times. A lot of people can get their own store launch,
but then they say: “Well, what about this whole traffic thing? We’re not getting the sales. We’re not getting any traffic.” You know, like that is the hard part. Daniella: Yeah, exactly. So, I cover a whole bunch of, I guess, you
could call it a “growth hacking techniques”. Of course, I explain what “growth hacking”
is. It’s not a bad thing, unless you’re doing
sketchy things. All the things I talk about in the course
are very clean, simple ways to, you know, learn about your traffic, who your target
market is, and then to increase your sales. Jesse: That’s awesome. And now for people listening, you’re thinking:
“Where do I go to check out Daniella’s course?” All right, here’s the url. I’ll go slow, write this down. It’s ecwid.com/freegift. All right. ecwid.com/freegift. So, Daniella, what are we going to put on
this page for you? I think you’d mentions like a preview. Can you describe what people will see when
they get there? Daniella: Absolutely. There’ll be a playlist that includes about
10 videos that include a course content for free. So, if you go check out that playlist you’ll
be able to see what the course is about, what the content is. Maybe a little bit more information as to
why you might want to work with Ecwid. What the advantages are.. And yeah, it’ll take you one step further
in the process. Jesse: Awesome! So, I think, yes, if you’re listening right
now, you’re thinking: “What am I going to do this year? Where should I go next?” For sure, go check out Ecwid.com/freegift. You see the preview of Daniella’s course. You’ll learn something for free. You don’t always have to pay. Richard: And speaking of I just want to throw
this out there that we never mentioned during this whole thing. You can start with Ecwid for free. Some of these things might be paid. I think a few of the things we mentioned you
have to be on a paid plan, but the majority of everything we talked about right there,
you can get started for free. And listen, watch Daniella’s videos for
free, and you could get going. If you want to expedite that, and you need
the course, so you wanted to help or you find someone else that’s teach individual. But right now, that idea, that’s been in
your head for all the 2017, 18, 16.. However far back it’s been, you’re ready
to get started. You can do it right now for FREE. Jesse: That’s awesome. And we’re on a free podcast.. Richard: ..and a free podcast. (laughing) Richard: Now your mobile phone plan that you’re
listening to it on or whatever like that — sorry, someone’s gonna pay (laughing.) Jesse: Some free internet at the library or
something like that. Yeah. but yeah, Now’s the time. It’s the end of 2018 coming into 2019 with
a full head of steam. So that’s awesome. Everybody, you know, try to think of your
plan. Get to see Daniella’s course at ecwid.com/freegift. Richie, Daniella, any last thoughts? Richard: No, just thanks for coming on, Daniella. We always love having you. Daniella: Best of luck in 2019! Richard: You too! Jesse: Thanks!

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