Rock Your Brand Podcast

It’s that time of the week again, welcome to another exciting, informative, and motivating session of Ask Scott. This is the place to get your weekly dose of Scott’s helpful tips on staying motivated and where you can get your questions about building your ecommerce business answered. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear an encouraging message from Scott, when to create product bundles, how to keep track of your inventory, the best way to deal with product variations, and so much more! You don’t want to miss a minute of this engaging episode!

Don’t Give Up!

If you’ve been working on your ecommerce business for very long, you know that the temptation can be great to throw in the towel. Many business owners constantly struggle with self-doubt and find themselves wondering if all their work is worth the struggle. If that sounds like something you are going through, you aren’t alone! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott takes a few minutes to encourage sellers like you who might be struggling with the idea of giving up. Don’t give in, keep fighting for that dream that got you started in the first place. Do yourself a favor and make a commitment right now to see the process through, you’ll be glad that you did! Hear more from Scott about this important topic on this episode!

When is it a good idea to bundle products?

How do you know that it is a good idea to bundle two well researched and well-performing products? How do you know that the bundle will work? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott breaks down his approach to creating product bundles. The primary point that Scott drives home is that it is vital that the two products are related and complement each other. No one will buy gardening gloves paired with a baseball hat! Think through how the bundle complements and works under the brand you are developing. To hear more about this subject, make sure to listen to this episode!

Is it a good idea to list different product variations under the same listing?

As a business leader, you hate to waste your time and energy, so naturally, you look for ways to drive traffic to your product listing as effectively as possible. One way that many sellers do this is by featuring multiple variations under one product listing. But is this always the best strategy? Scott says that this plan will work well if all the products are the same only differing in options like size and color. If the product has different characteristics than color or size from the primary product, it’s best to bundle or create a separate listing. Get all the details on this topic from Scott by listening to this episode of The Amazing Seller, you don’t want to miss it!


  • [0:03] Scott’s introduction to this episode of the podcast!
  • [3:30] Don’t give up! Stay committed to the process.
  • [10:00] Question #1: How do you know there is demand for a bundle?
  • [19:30] Question #2: I have a question about tracking packages.
  • [24:30] Question #3: Should I have multiple product variations under one listing?


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