He Shoots, He Scores – Weekly Amazon Deposits Keep Growing

He Shoots, He Scores – Weekly Amazon Deposits Keep Growing

Posted on 17. Jul, 2013 by in Income Reports

“The results described here are my own and, therefore, are not typical. Individual results may vary based on a variety of factors.”

I’m not sure what’s happening, but my orders continue to increase on a weekly basis. Things really started taking off around the Fourth of July and I really do not know why. Puzzling to say the least. I’ve been averaging around two-three sales a day for the past two weeks. Hoping to keep the momentum going. I’m still providing support for my orders, still shipping same day or next business day at the latest, and still offering the lowest prices for most of my products. Maybe word of mouth? I need to get around to sending a follow up message to see how they found my product and why the chose to buy it. The answers should be interesting…..we’ll see.

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20 Responses to “He Shoots, He Scores – Weekly Amazon Deposits Keep Growing”

  1. Andy

    17. Jul, 2013

    Good Stuff Dave !!!!!

    You have managed to double the revenue over a two month period….. Good going…

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  2. Raj

    17. Jul, 2013

    Dave any way for you to figure if there were many repeat customers? Thinking about this ,,,, lot more questions coming to my mind….

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    • Shawn

      18. Jul, 2013

      Dave , How many total customers have you serviced till date?

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      • Rodney

        18. Jul, 2013

        I like your line of thinking shawn.

        Dave, have you thought of a campaign offering your repeat customers reasons to buy again from you. ?

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      • Big Dave

        Big Dave

        19. Jul, 2013

        Shawn,

        As of today, 84…..

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        • Shawn

          19. Jul, 2013

          U should design a special promotional price exclusively for those 84 and see what kind of response you get

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    • Big Dave

      Big Dave

      19. Jul, 2013

      Raj,

      You know…I wish I would have thought of a way to track repeat customers in the beginning. Good idea….

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  3. Dave

    18. Jul, 2013

    Dave you should considered engaging your old customers on social media other than blogs Like on FB or twitter

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    • nomansalehzada

      19. Jul, 2013

      Well , Dave i think that’s a really good idea, updating new promotions to your Ex buyers can help out sell new items too

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    • John

      13. Aug, 2013

      I’d be careful here, as many people may not be happy with you interacting with them on social media without their prior consent.

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      • Big Dave

        Big Dave

        13. Aug, 2013

        Yes, I do see your point…I was hoping I could make contact in Amazon, but Seller Support has made it clear they would prefer you not do it. After 30-60 days, an email is sent to the buyer requesting their feedback. In that feedback, they can provide additional comments. It’s around that time that I would have like to contact the buyer to determine how they found my product. I’m going to have to find another non-intrusive way…

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  4. Victor

    18. Jul, 2013

    I second Daves suggestion. You should create a FB community for your existing customer base. You should send invites to all folks who have purchased from you online.

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  5. Rick

    18. Jul, 2013

    Why don’t you send your customers a link to your blog site and invite them to respond to your Blogs. Customer perspective would be great and you could address any concerns in real time and also build customer loyalty.

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    • Big Dave

      Big Dave

      19. Jul, 2013

      Well, I’m thinking about sending them an Amazon message after each sale to see if I can a feel of what type of feedback they will leave.

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      • Rick

        19. Jul, 2013

        That’s a good idea Dave. You will atleast known who amongst those are likely to shop with you again

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  6. Rick

    19. Jul, 2013

    Makes sense.. let see what comes out of those suggestions.

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  7. Matt

    21. Jul, 2013

    HHow r the orders trending the past week Dave..r u ststill on track to hit the $300 mark

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  8. Sky

    17. Aug, 2013

    That’s awesome! Glad to see your business growing at a steady speed!

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