Volume 2,

#130: 6 Accomplishments (And Failures) We Made In 2014

December 21, 2014

A year-end review of 2014. In this episode, Travis and I talk about what worked out for us this year and a few things that didn’t. Hindsight 20/20 so we’ll just have to take what we learned this year and apply it towards 2015 and beyond. If you are looking to meet other folks and take your business to the next level in 2015, make sure to join the E-Commerce Mafia at the one-time price of $99 before we raise it next year and change it to a monthly subscription.

Topics Discussed:

  • Year in review for 2014 for Travis and Terry
  • Accomplishment #1: Hiring a VA / Moving to Vietnam
  • Accomplishment #2: Expanding Paid Ads / Launching a store
  • Accomplishment #3: Joining The E-Commerce Mafia / Bringing A Co-Host
  • Failure #1: Logistics & Production / Naming & Branding
  • Failure #2: Bookkeeping & Finances / Content Strategy
  • Failure #3: Overlooking Social Media / Slow Execution

 

Mentions In The Episode:

 

Download Options:

  • Direct Download: Right-click here and click “Save As” for a direct download
  • iTunes: Listen and subscribe on iTunes
  • Android: Listen via Stitcher Radio streaming
  • Blackberry: Listen via the Blackberry Podcast App
  • Zune: Listen via Zune

E-Commerce Podcast

  • Pingback: Episode #130: 6 Accomplishments (And Failures) We Made In 2014 | Gallery.Clipapic()

  • Guillermo

    One of my greatest wins this year? Finding you guys. This show was the one who introduced me into entrepreneurial podcasting, I met you before Pat Flynn or Entrepreneur on Fire and I’ve learned many things and had many discussions on various topics you’ve handled.

    Great year to the both of you!

    • Thanks man, hope you enjoy it and let us know what we can improve anytime. Cheers!

      • Guillermo

        Cheers mates!

        I do love when you guys talk about the actual setting the business up, Alibaba, Kickstarter and your 1-hour product idea webinar.

        It gives us guys who are barely doing the leap a good vantage point of what to expect when trying to create a physical product.

  • Thanks for another great show!

Scroll to top