EcomCrew Podcast

E401: Why Pacing Matters In Growing Your Business

It’s been seven full months since we closed the deal on an exciting new ecommerce business. Be sure to check out these episodes to learn how we closed the deal on this new venture:

Today, I thought I’d give you guys a little sneak peek on how things are going, and why success in ecommerce rarely ever happens overnight. 

Joining me for this episode is none other than one of my partners in this venture, Bill D’Alessandro. We’ll be talking about how we’re maintaining quality across multiple teams, why implementing changes gradually is giving us better results, and what our long-term goals are for this business.

Whether you’re looking to sell, buy, or are in the trenches of scaling your online business, I’m sure you’ll find a lot of value in this episode. 


  • Overview of the deal and Bill’s insights as lead investor – 2:57
  • How we staffed up the business and delegate workload – 8:42
  • Building trust with your team and dripping change out – 22:36
  • Our long-term strategy – 30:10
  • The pros and cons of getting an SBA loan – 39:15

If you’re interested in the general manager spot we’ll be offering as part of our goals for this business, shoot me an email over on

On the topic of growing an ecommerce business, we’ve recently developed a full-length Amazon FBA For Beginners course tailored to those who want to avoid fatal rookie mistakes when starting an FBA business. 

It launches very soon, but we’re offering a discounted early access for those who sign up to our waiting list. Head over to to register. 

As always, leave us a review over on iTunes if you enjoyed this episode. Happy selling, and we’ll talk to you soon!

Michael Jackness

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.

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