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There are many entrepreneurs whose greatest desire is to build a business that allows them to live a lifestyle of their choosing, and have it run more or less on autopilot. Ecommerce tends to be fairly complementary to those desires.

However, if you want to turn your ecommerce store into a massive business, the only thing getting in the way is you. The potential is always there, and you have to make a decision to start putting in the time and effort it requires to scale up.

Here are five top secrets to running a successful ecommerce business.

It might be easy to see it that way, especially if it isn't earning you millions of dollars yet. However, if you sincerely have the desire to grow it into a massive business, you need to act as if it is already.

As a business owner, you need to have the depth of vision to see potential issues before they even come up. For many ecommerce business owners, software is something that needs to be addressed and evaluated on an ongoing basis, because it's really foundational to the entire operation.

Security concerns, scalability, usability, marketing tools and other factors have to be taken into account when you're looking for the right software to rely on.

"The real growth killer is when an online store owner is not running the right ecommerce software for their business.

Your ecommerce software should be scalable, secure, user-friendly and have a solid set of conversion and marketing tools."

The right tool depends largely on what needs you have. Make sure to identify your challenges and do your research to find the tool that matches your requirements.

We started off promoting on social media and that got us nowhere fast. After about six months in business we were connected with someone at a deal site, ran our first deal and it was a success.

After that I spent an entire month searching out every deal site I could find and contacted all of them until we got on their calendars. That was the catalyst for our early success and I have no doubt that is the reason we are still in business."

Of course, this doesn't necessarily mean that you should go after deal sites as well. It really depends on what your business is centered on, what products you offer and who your target market is.

However, you do need to take this principle seriously. If you can figure out where your marketing dollars are going to produce the greatest return on investment, you'll have an easier time bringing in a steady stream of leads.

This program is built around understanding the importance and responsibility of leadership. We'll explore what it means to be internally motivated and lead yourself before effectively leading and influencing those around you in your career or everyday life.

Helping you see yourself as a leader personally and professionally you will learn how to be more influential and powerful in your communication, performance, team building and IE leadership (being internally motivated, externally focused).

This challenge will support you in utilizing opportunities to develop your leadership in these key areas throughout your day.

At nearly every kind of organization, the ability to communicate effective business metrics -- both internally and externally -- is among the most important capabilities that can be established. Good metrics can help you motivate your team, stay focused on key objectives, create realistic forecasts, impress investors and become acquirable by larger companies.

The ability to create a strong metrics-driven culture is arguably one of the most critical skills for any new manager or CEO to possess.

The problem is that learning to think like a business-metrics analyst is really hard! It took me a few years to truly understand how to manage startup metrics as CEO of FirstGroup Ghana, despite having nearly 10 previous years of experience in economics, finance and statistics.

The existing litany of books and blog posts did not sufficiently prepare me for the “best practices” used in the world of business management analytics.

Much of the literature about growth metrics assumes that you are beginning with a series of key performance indicators that you already know you want to optimize. Want to improve retention? Just do a cohort analysis. Want to measure engagement? Simply calculate your daily active to monthly active user ratio. Want to boost monetization? Just fix your churn and your cart-abandonment rate.

These metrics may indeed be important for some companies, yet every company is different.

 

Use the metrics that really matter in your business rather than just starting with arbitrary metrics and tools such as Google Analytics or MixPanel, I recommend that every company begin its metrics-driven transformation by developing a complete business model dashboard.

By this, I generally mean a shared Google spreadsheet(s) with a high-level multi-month performance summary, which allows all stakeholders to “dig down” and explore all the drivers that affect business growth. Starting with the structure of the model that you need helps keep you focused and will help you better target the data you need to actually collect.

Business models can generally be divided into two types: Revenue models, which help you understand all the components of your growth, and marketability models, which help you understand how profitably you can scale your business with paid-marketing activities.

 

Imagine joining forces with a community of dynamic and courageous individuals who are committed to growth, leading by example and having greater impact in their world.

Enjoy live weekly coaching with world renowned advisors, authors, subject matter experts, industry leaders and other dynamic coaches who will provide insight, principles and stories all designed to develop your investor identity in key areas of life.

You are an extraordinary genius. Go deeper with live interactive training, coaching and team video calls with FirstGroup Ghana advisors as they share leading edge tools and insights within a community of dynamic peers who are leading by example and making a greater impact in the world.

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