Fri, 20 July 2018
Welcome back to another session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller! This is where motivated and driven people like you can come and get that extra shot in the arm you need to push forward with your brand building and ecommerce dreams. On this episode, you’ll hear from Scott as he gives an update on what he’s been up to with the TAS brand, what he has planned for the future and an answer to a question submitted by a TAS follower like you! Don’t miss a minute of this exciting and helpful episode!
Get to know Scott by listening to his story!
Whether you’ve been part of the TAS community for a long time or if you’ve just joined, you’ve got to make sure you check out Scott’s story. From family struggles, personal hang-ups, and an unlikely starting point, Scott has been able to push past all the junk and create a more hopeful future for himself and his family. Part of the reason why Scott went out on a limb to tell his story was to help sellers like you who have doubted if you could really make a difference and make a name for yourself like he has. The truth is, you can! Make sure to check out the link to episode number 543 in the resources section to hear the full story!
Is your business on PACE?
You may have noticed that Scott has been shifting his focus recently to include more resources to help leaders like you build a thriving brand. In the process, Scott and his team have developed what they call the PACE method. The PACE method is built on the following pillars;
Stay connected to the TAS community over the coming weeks as Scott has plans to drill deeper into each of these pillars and how leaders like you can use them get your brand headed in the right direction. In the meantime, check out the link in the resources section to episode 542 where Scott and Chris introduced his new method!
How can I get my digital content into the hands of my buyers?
According to Scott, one of the best ways to connect with your target audience and especially your customers is by providing them with value. A great way to do this is by creating content like ebooks and PDFs that will help your customers use your product effectively. Is this acceptable with Amazon’s Terms of Service? Scott says, in his opinion, that it is a great idea to offer a resource like an ebook or PDF as long as you don’t drive your buyer to purchase away from Amazon and that you are stipulating that you are including this resource with their purchase. To hear Scott go into greater detail with this important subject, make sure to listen to this episode of The Amazing Seller!
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