Some entrepreneurs are quick to claim the easiness of making money on the internet, but take heed: 90% of new online stores fail within their first four months of launching—a dismal statistic that speaks to the difficulty of entering ecommerce.
So if you’re trying to open an online store on Shopify or another platform, it only makes sense to do your due diligence. In other words, research those outliers that have succeeded. Look for patterns and commonalities in the stores that have prevailed, and continued to prevail, over time.
There may not be a universal secret sauce for guaranteeing your store’s success. However, by carefully studying some of the most impressive Shopify success stories on the web, you’ll certainly get a better idea of what works and what doesn’t. For starters, we’ve gone ahead and rounded up seven Shopify stores worth checking out.
Fails can be funny. But where SEO fails are concerned, no one is laughing. If you commit the kind of SEO fails we’ll be taking a look at in this article, you could find yourself removed entirely from Google.
Well, in the digital marketing world, TopSEOs is a big deal since they identify and rank the best marketing agencies across the web through a rigorous evaluation process.
Since we aim only for the best content for Linkody users, we decided to interview the CEOs of 8 multi-million dollar agencies from the “Top 100 SEO companies” ranking (where you can also see their revenues, employee count, retention rates, and more interesting stats). Moreover, they agreed to answer 6 questions on how to run a digital agency.
Just like in our latest popular post, where we asked 12 SEO experts for advice on 5 evergreen SEO questions, you’ll again learn some practical tips & strategies from which you can learn how to run a digital agency.
Here are the 6 questions that we asked The Creative Momentum, Be Found Online, Rocket 55, Straight North, 1Digital Agency, PageTraffic, 1st on the List and E2M:
Is it more practical for a digital agency to focus on a specific niche or keep the spectrum broad and why?
What’s your top advice on how digital agencies can find more clients?
What are the determining factors that will get a potential prospect browsing your website to contact you?
How do you deal with over-demanding customers?
How do you keep people on your team focused and productive?
Which channels (e.g. word of mouth, paid ads, cold outreach, etc) have contributed most to your growth?