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    thanks for the share i ill test it now

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    Just think about it. You choose a clever domain name, pick a beautiful theme, get a membership on your favorite e-commerce platform, and voila! You can launch usa email list . But here’s the thing: anyone with half-a-brain can start an e-commerce but only a few can do it successfully.
    A 2013 study by ReferralCandy – a Singapore-based referral program software – revealed there were 23,587 established online retail stores in the United States alone at that time (and that number might be even higher now, considering how fast the ecommerce industry is growing).And when I say “established,” I mean those companies were making at least $100,000 a year.

    Just picture this image in your mind: The Staples Center in Los Angeles at its full capacity (which is 18,118 people, by the way), but instead of seeing a legion of basketball fans, you see thousands upon thousands of entrepreneurs who own a successful ecommerce (and, some of them, might be your direct competitors). Anyways, my point here is: you can’t just launch, pray, and hope to succeed; you can’t take a mediocre approach nor do what everyone else is doing – you need to stand out.

    Well, you can start by avoiding the common (and sometimes fatal) mistakes most startups make. In this post, you’ll find 4 of them. Take a look through them, and see if any describe you:
    Mistake #1: Sell a Product That Doesn’t Harmonize With The Market

    The late Claude Hopkins once said that most marketers fail because they try to sell something people don’t want.
    God’s truth.Now, this might sound obvious at a first glance but make no mistake, it’s really easy to get tricked by your instincts and take a fatal decision. In hopes of “being innovative,” you can spend thousands of dollars on a project that’s bound to fail from the beginning. The entrepreneurial graveyard is full of “original ideas,” hunches, and dreams.

    Take Bobby Darin – the singer – as an example. Back in the 1950s – when he was an unknown young singer in New York – Bobby had a dream: He wanted to make an album of old popular standards, even though the “hottest” genre at that time was old rock and roll. So he went from company to company, trying to “convince” them to record his music cmo email list . Every single music company in the city rejected him, of course. Nobody would take the word of a “nobody,” especially if his idea didn’t harmonize with the market.

 

 
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