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Episode 166: Why Facebook Traffic is NOT Your Problem

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Sounds like a strange episode title for a podcast all about Facebook traffic, but bear with us. This week’s episode is one you NEED to listen to, especially if you have an ecommerce business.

Ralph Burns and his guest, Tanner Larsson, Co-Founder of 80/20 Media and Buildgrowscale.com, talk about a new way to think about increasing your revenue that doesn’t involve getting more traffic. Tanner will teach you all about revenue optimization, a more holistic way to optimize your Customer Value Journey, and why it might be a better thing to focus on than conversion rate optimization.

They also discuss the biggest mistakes that most business owners are making and many ways that you can get more money out of the traffic you already get.

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

  • Don’t try to extract your profit from your initial sale (and what to do instead)
  • The 3 ways to grow your business, and the 2 you should be giving more attention to
  • How to increase your revenue by selling to your existing customer base
  • Tactics to optimize your Shopify store to keep your customers coming back and staying longer

LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Episode 161: Spending Too Much on Your Customer Acquisition? Here Are 4 Steps to Lower Your CPA
Episode 162: 4 MORE Ways to Drop Your Facebook Ad’s Cost Per Acquisition
Buildgrowscale.com
80/20 Media
The DigitalMarketer Podcast

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