E354: EcomCrew’s Top 10 Podcast Episodes of 2020December in Ecom-Crew-Podcast
Welcome to Episode 354 of the EcomCrew podcast!
It seems like it wasn’t too long ago when we started recording the first one, but here we are, closing 2020 out with the 354th episode.
Throughout the year, we’ve talked to lots of interesting people in the industry and learned a bunch of new stuff both from their expertise and their mistakes.
To cap it all off, we’ve thrown together a list of the best episodes of 2020. It includes 7 of our most downloaded episodes plus a few other favorites handpicked by our staff.
What did you think about E350 and Greg Elfrink’s story of the Uber for grilled cheese sandwiches? Did the tidbits we found out in the Amazon vs. Congress Hearing in E299 raise your eyebrows? How about that crazy ‘package stabber’ story from our good friend Merideth in E339?
- How we made our picks – 3:20
- Top10: E301: Why Perseverance is so Important in Ecommerce with Dave Alexander – 3:54
- Top 9. E315: Getting Your First Product into People’s Hands – 5:16
- Top 8. E298: Running an Ecommerce Business Out of Chiang Mai, Thailand – 6:15
- Top 7. E307: Breaking the Patterns in Copywriting with Lianna Patch – 7:52
- Top 6. E316: The State of the Amazon Seller with Joe from JungleScout – 9:20
- Top 5. E299: Top 10 Things We Learned in the Amazon vs. Congress Hearing – 10:39
- Top 4. E350: 7 Highly Interesting Businesses and What You Can Learn From Them with Greg Elfrink – 13:09
- Top 3. E339: Crazy Customer Tales with Meredith Erin – 14:39
- Top 2. Bonus Ep: The Struggles of an Ecommerce Seller in China Right Now – 16:45
- Top 1. E303: A Pen, a Paper and a Dream with Roye Okupe – 19:09
- How 2020 has been for us – 20:50
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Did your favorite episode make it on our list? Let us know and don’t forget to leave a review over on iTunes.
Happy holidays and, as always, happy selling!
Michael started his first business when he was 18 and is a serial entrepreneur. He got his start in the online world way back in 2004 as an affiliate marketer. From there he grew as an SEO expert and has transitioned into ecommerce, running several sites that bring in a total of 7-figures of revenue each year.