Learn the Secret to Selling Online at Premium Prices

There are thousands of companies selling t-shirts online. I know this because I actually looked into doing it myself, as a social business model. I decided not to, but Bay Yess, founder of Tagged Threads, went for it, and is …Continue Reading →

A New Tool For Using Video to Capture Stories From Your Audience

Katrina German, Co-founder of OneStory

Today’s guest, Katrina German, co-founder of Saskatoon-based start-up, OneStory, always loved the idea of using video to capture and save people’s stories. But she was frustrated by the time involved in video editing, especially if you were trying to put …Continue Reading →

Marketers: Learn the Neuroscience of Attention & Trust To Get More Sales

I’ve got two recent interviews for you in today’s podcast: Diana Lucaci, founder of True Impact Marketing, who spoke at the recent Marketing Research & Intelligence Association (MRIA) national conference in Saskatoon. She applies her expertise in neuroscience to business …Continue Reading →

Amazon Publishing & Marketing: How To Do It Right

Author Brenda M. Collins & Tema Frank talk about Amazon Publishing

Amazon Has Flipped The Publishing Industry On Its Head Have you ever noticed that there are trends in what the Internet marketing gurus talk about? Not long ago Amazon publishing and building your market with Kindle e-books were all the …Continue Reading →

How An Online Entrepreneur Got 120,000 Customers in 2 Years!

Online Entrepreneur, Rakesh Soni, founder of LoginRadius

Rakesh Soni, who emigrated from India to Canada in 2006 to do a Master’s Degree in Engineering at the University of Alberta, is well on his way to becoming one of the web’s next big online success stories. Frustrated by …Continue Reading →

What’s Harder: Climbing Everest or Selling Online?

Jamie Clarke, co-founder of Calgary-based LiveOutThere.com, is an optimist. Only an optimist would create a career of being a “Professional Adventurer”, and, some would argue, only optimists throw themselves head first into selling online in Canada. Canada: A Land of eCommerce …Continue Reading →

Another Canadian Contender to the Zappos Throne

The average Canadian woman, according to today’s interview guest, buys 12 pairs of shoes a year. I’m not a shoe fetishist, but if I didn’t have a toe injury that prevents me from wearing sexy heels, I just might join them! …Continue Reading →

How to Cut Costs & Up Order Sizes: Ecommerce Trends in Order Fulfillment

Ecommerce Trends in Order Fulfillment

Once upon a time, there were warehouses. The warehouses shipped products to stores. Customers bought products at those stores and brought them home. Many years later, warehouses and stores started to merge, and turned into big-box retailers, like IKEA and Home …Continue Reading →