7 Proven Ways to Grow eCommerce Sales By 50% or More | Increase eCommerce Sales

By | August 11, 2019


– You want to grow your ecommerce site. Well you know what? The way that you think you’re gonna grow your ecommerce site isn’t
the real way to grow. Hey everyone, I’m Neil Patel, and today, I’m gonna share with you seven ways you can increase your ecommerce sales by over 50%. (soft music) The first tip I have for you is to focus on one product. Yes, you do not need to be selling millions of products
like Amazon to do well. I met some lady the
other day and I’m like, what do you sell? She’s like, oh, I make high
heels more comfortable. I’m like, wait. Why don’t people buy fancy shoes, just make sure that they’re comfortable? And she’s like, oh no,
these fashion designers don’t want to make them comfortable because they think comfortable shoes aren’t fancy and nice. I’m like, all right
well, I don’t really care but she was smart. She came up with the concept of, hey, people like Gucci
and Prada and Chanel aren’t willing to make
shoes more comfortable. Well, I’m gonna sell some insoles that make it way easier and
nicer for women to walk. She had one product and that’s it. Do you know how much she makes? Well into the seven figures per year. You don’t need a lot
of products to do well. And if you’re on Shopify,
you can use Oberlo and that’ll help make it, so you don’t have to
worry about the logistics. If you’re only doing one product, your life becomes so much easier. Sure, you could eventually
add more products, but first, focus on one product that solves a pain point. If you’re just trying to sell some product because you think it’s cool and it doesn’t solve a pain point, well, you have another thing that’s gonna end up happening, in which you’re not gonna make any sales. You won’t see a 50% increase. You’ll probably see a 50% decrease compared to what most people are seeing. So, make sure you focus on one product that solves a real problem and there’s not a ton of other creative or unique solutions out there. My second tip for you
is upsell and downsell. The reason I’m saying upsell and downsell isn’t because I’m trying to tell you to add 50 products to
your ecommerce store. It’s because it’s easier to get someone whose bought from you once to spend more money with you than it is to get new
people to buy from you. So, upsell and downsell. If you’re selling women’s shoes that are nice and comfortable, right, or you’re selling the insoles that makes women’s shoes nice and comfortable, your upsell could be a pack of three instead of just one. That’s an easy upsell. Doing simple things like that will increase your lifetime value, which will open up more possibilities. And this gets into my third tip. It’s advertise. There’s Facebook advertising
and there’s Google AdWords. They both work extremely well in ecommerce marketing. Facebook advertising is excellent when people don’t know what product or service that they’re going after. For example, if you’re
in the beauty space, you can target everyone on Facebook who’s interested in beauty and show them some cool new product that
they’re not familiar with. On the other hand, if
you’re using Google AdWords and you know people are looking up for a makeup brush, you can show ads on Google
for your makeup brush and people who are looking
for that can see it. Facebook ads and both Google ads are a great way to really
boost your ecommerce sales, and you if you’re not sure where to get started with
Facebook ads or Google ads, just leave a comment below and I’ll answer you and
I’ll give you feedback on how to run the perfect
Facebook ad campaign or a Google AdWords campaign. The fourth tip I have for you
is leverage subscriptions. Have you noticed on Amazon, they give you a discount if
you subscribe to a product? So make sure you offer
subscription options. For example, if you’re
selling makeup or lipstick, people are gonna run out of it. The question is just when? So why not give them an option where they can subscribe and
continually get new makeup? Why do you think Dollar Shave Club sold for a billion plus dollars? It’s because they did razor subscription. Everyone’s already buying razors. Why not make it easy
and just automatically deliver them, right? Subscriptions is huge. And if you’re using Shopify,
which you probably are, you can use a tool called Recharge to make your product a subscription. You don’t have to pay some fancy engineers to do this with you. You can just use a simple tool. The fifth tip I have for you is recover the abandoned shoppers. Do you know how many people are going to your shopping
cart and abandoning? In 2017, roughly 75.6% of shopping carts were abandoned. That means if you have
100 people adding shit to your shopping cart, roughly 75 of them are gonna bounce and leave. They’re not gonna come back
and they’re not gonna buy. So you need to come back, or more so, you need to make them come back and buy. How do you do that? Recovering abandonment solutions, such as collecting their emails. So when someone’s buying from you, you’re probably collecting their name and email first before you’re showing the credit card information. For all the people you collect the name and emails for that don’t
finish the purchase, you should be emailing
them and convincing them, hey, buy now. You can even do things
like exit intent offers, using tools like Hello Bar, where you show them an exit offer saying, hey, thinking about leaving? Put in your name and email and I’ll send you a 10% off coupon
or a free shipping coupon. Tip number six. Optimize your checkout process. There’s a company called Baymard, and they did a study looking at everyone’s checkout pages. Do you know how much money is recovered by optimizing these checkout pages? I know this sounds crazy. You think that someone
adds stuff to the cart that they’re gonna buy. But what they found is when companies optimize their checkout pages, they found that they made
an extra 260 billion, that’s not million, that’s
billion with a B, extra dollars. Don’t forget to optimize
your checkout process. And the way you do that is by first removing unnecessary fields. Why would you ask someone for their name and email
and address multiple times? That’s unnecessary. Keep it simple. The other way you can optimize your checkout process is
by making it two step. Psychologically, you would think, oh, it’s more convenient for everyone to just have all the fields on one page. No, it’s not. Because if they see 10,
20 fields on one page, what’s gonna happen? They’re gonna be like, this
is way too overwhelming. But if the first page just said, put in your name and email or create an account and put in your name or email and password, and then on the checkout page they only showed the remaining credit
card and shipping fields, you’re much more likely to increase your sales, roughly by 10%. All by making your checkout page two steps instead of one step. The last tip I have for you is to leverage a referral program. If someone’s buying from
your ecommerce site, they probably know other people have the same problem and need your solution. So create a referral program, and you can do this through ReferralCandy. It’s a simple tool, app, that makes it so you can have a referral program, and you can do simple things like, you get 20 bucks when you refer someone that also signs up and buys. So that way, you both save $20, or $10, or 10% off, or free shipping, or whatever it may be. You can pick the incentive that you’re giving to people who refer people and for the people who sign up through the referral program. So the key with the referral program is not to just incentivize a person who’s doing the referring, it’s also to incentivize the person who’s accepting the referral. Look at Uber. When you use Uber’s referral program, both parties, the person
making the referral and the person joining,
both get compensated. And that’s why you want to make a referral program be on both ends, or else it won’t be successful. Follow those seven tips
and you’ll do really well with your ecommerce site, and you should generate at least 50 plus percent more in sales. Now, those are a lot of tips and you’re probably wondering which one you should be doing first. Leave a comment below and just say, hey, here’s my ecommerce store. Which one of these tips
should I be using first? And I’ll respond telling you which one you should do first, second, et cetera, so that way, you’re doing the ones first that are gonna create the biggest ROI. And I can’t just tell everyone, hey, go do them in this order, because it varies for
each and every single ecommerce site out there. But if you leave a comment, I’ll make sure that I give
you a detailed response that’ll help you grow faster.

100 thoughts on “7 Proven Ways to Grow eCommerce Sales By 50% or More | Increase eCommerce Sales

  1. Donna Millwood Post author

    Hi Neil, I've figured out that you are one of the few that really know your stuff and first want to thank you for sharing such wonderful information!

    My site is PetHangout.com. I would greatly value your recommendation of what the first steps should be to grow my sales.

    Thank you so much!

    Reply
  2. Ray Kingston Post author

    Hey Neil, here is my ecommerce store, please let me know which ones you think I need to execute first. Thanks.
    https://shopsyzygy.com/

    Reply
  3. Mc T Post author

    Hi Neil- great video- here is my ecommerce site www.michelletom.com what tips would you recommend I follow first- thanks much love your content

    Reply
  4. The Driven Few Post author

    Valuable content, thanks. How would you gain traction with a graphic t shirt website using facebook ads? A lot of the courses seem to be focused on electronic products with ebooks and such as lead magnets. Thanks, Ben

    Reply
  5. Tim Kelm Post author

    I have a topical pain cream. I'd like to do facebook and adwords. I currently have a brick and mortar service business and am looking to get into something that is not restricted geographically like my store. Thanks!

    Reply
  6. Tai Blair Post author

    Hey my store is www.nuwavebeauty.com which tip should I start with first please?

    Reply
  7. Abdirahman Abukar Post author

    hey neil, first of all thank you . i don't know where to start with Facebook ads and google ads,
    can you please suggest how to run perfect google ad-words campaign and Fb ad campaign for online store ??

    Reply
  8. NABEEL KHALID Post author

    Hi Neil. Are you an Indian or American???? Or an Indian who grew up in America?????

    Reply
  9. P. Dogra Post author

    Hi Neil, I have recently started working on a friend's e-commerce website which is related to security devices. I am working sincerely and trying to add value what I have learned in digital marketing absolutely free of cost. But my friend, the owner of the company is not in a condition to spend money even on paid ads. What should I do without spending a single penny on paid ads? How could I reach the products to the desired targeted audience? Thanks in advance! 🙂

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  10. Hiraj patel Post author

    hi neil, this is Hiraj patel, i want to know how to follow customer by using google ad,
    for example i am selling makeup brush, now how customer come to my site but not buy that product in this kind of case how can i retarget that customer by using google ad.

    Reply
  11. Travis McDonogh Post author

    Neil can you please show me how to run the perfect Adwords campaign…

    Reply
  12. Rachit Mittal Post author

    Hey! I want to start testing products on facebook. What kind of campaigns should i start with ? 🙂 Thanks anyway.

    Reply
  13. Jeff Couret Post author

    Don't forget to do SEO for your eCommerce stores, y'all

    Reply
  14. Marco Rodriguez - The eCom Project Post author

    Neil these tips are amazing. Never out-Amazon Amazon. If you try to beat them at their own game you are gonna fail by 99% (you don't have the inventory, market power, size, reputation etc. they have).

    Reply
  15. feder24 Post author

    Hi Neil! I am focusing on selling oversea wines online into the German market.
    I started one month ago and im thinking whether should I invest on Facebook Ads or Google Ads?
    Do you have any tips for this initial startup phase in order to drive more traffic to my website?

    Thanks!!
    Regards from Germany
    Federico.

    Reply
  16. roshan ranjan Post author

    hi Neil,i wanted to sell all products below 20$ what should i do to increase traffic.

    Reply
  17. Kristie Marshall Post author

    Need help with running the perfect fb ad for my business

    Reply
  18. Dani Dani Post author

    Hi neil,i just opened a online website, party items.with what should i start?

    Reply
  19. Buy Perfume in Bangladesh Post author

    Facebook keeps suspend/disable accounts no matter how much good you are at Facebook ads. How to solve that problem?

    Reply
  20. Aakash Modi Post author

    How to run a perfect adword and facebook campaign sir?

    Reply
  21. Z. Travel Diaries Post author

    Hey Neil , what are the best backpacks to sell online?

    Reply
  22. Renez Awale Post author

    Hey Neil! I want to grow sales on my Store (smokehouse.com.au). What strategies should i take?

    Reply
  23. Matt Stillmunkes Post author

    Hey Neil,
    I have a Thrives Theme membership. When building an ecommerce site, Would you use woocomerce or Shopify?

    Would you stick with Thrives theme. I like it so far for a different website. Thank you so much!

    Reply
  24. Nachiketa Kaawatraa Post author

    I'am about to make an e commerce site for astrology based gemstones in India. Kindly throw some useful tips for the same. Thanks a Lot

    Reply
  25. Lizzy Love Post author

    Your videos are AMAZING! They have really been helping me to grow my art biz and really appreciate all that you are putting out there for anyone to learn if they are paying attention!

    Reply
  26. Luminous Locks Virgin Hair Post author

    Help me with the ad words everything seems complicated to me

    Reply
  27. Atfinity Post author

    Hello sir, I talked about maths on my YouTube channel but no viewers at all, so I decided to make an ad on Google or FB. How do I start? What is a good campaign?🐈

    Reply
  28. Nagiyeva Elvira Post author

    thank u, Neil for your advises. And also want to ask you – will it be profitable to implement crypto payment solution in my e-commerce online shop? I'm looking for a convenient and safe crypto service provider

    Reply
  29. OnlineCoinBroker Post author

    have never used ad words do you think its worth it

    Reply
  30. Sophia Kang Post author

    Hi Neil! Thanks for making helpful videos and sharing on YouTube 🙂 I run the Google Shopping Ads for the sterling silver e commerce site. The revenue went down by 50% when I compare month to month. Nothing changed in terms of campaign structure, ads, etc. CTR remained the same but conversion rate decreased by 50% resulting in decrease in CPL by 50%. So not sure what drove this decrease and don't know where to start to optimize this campaign. Can you give me some advice? Thanks!

    Reply
  31. Vladimir Claveus Post author

    Thanks Neil Patel! I have learned a lot from you and I'm trying to apply them.

    Reply
  32. Tarcisio Bueno Post author

    Hello Patel. Should I put a link to go straight to a product on facebook ads? Or is it better to send then to a landing page where I give away a product and then I make the offer for the main product sending on email?

    Reply
  33. BEST FOR BUY Post author

    Hi Neil,
    Thanks for the tips… however this is my ecommerce that i am about to lounch in next month. its a dropshipping and i would appreciate if i can ha e uour advice whats the best step for me to start.
    thanks

    Reply
  34. ANSHU SINGH Post author

    Hello
    I sell on amazon. How can I use digital marketing to increase my sales and traffic on amazon listing.
    Please suggest.

    Reply
  35. aqsa qayyum Post author

    neil, i m running ecommerce site.and having problem for the advertisement ..how i could run good compaign in facebook… need response..thanks

    Reply
  36. Kulpreet Bhamrah Post author

    Which paid campaign I should go for first if I'm selling well on Etsy but now I want my traffic on .com website so google adwords or facebook? US niche market!

    Reply
  37. Fat Buddha Post author

    Thank you for the great content. Our business category (tobacco pipes) isn't permitted to us Google Ads or Facebook, can you give some ideas of how to reach new customers through marketing?

    Reply
  38. Kamila Sedek Post author

    Hi! I love all of your tips! Thank! I'm going to be selling pet supplies (100% wool cat and dogs beds/Cave from Nepal) I'm thinking of selling them on my site but also on Amazon . My question is: Should my product have the same price on my site and on Amazon? Or should it be more on Amazon since they take commission? I would love your opinion. Thanks, Kamila

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  39. VIKAS SAGAR Post author

    Could you pls suggest what are the best e commerce sales increasing strategies are good for us?

    Reply
  40. Bhavesh Dewasi Post author

    Brother i have lost 13000INR in Google AdWords result was Just nothing.

    Reply
  41. marketing depl Post author

    Hey Neil, I have a travel website in which I sell tour packages. Please let me know which ways should be followed first and how to get started with the facebook ads

    Reply
  42. James Secord Post author

    Hello Mr. Neil Patel, This is James Secord and over the last couple short months I have decided to have my online business. Of course, a ton of people out there to try to learn from, but you are one that I follow most. Can you help me get started with advertising my ecommerce site on Facebook and Google AdWords? I don't have much of a budget yet, but probably can afford some start up advertising. I must find a way. Thanks.

    Reply
  43. tharsini nakiran Post author

    Hi Neil, what you think about how can Decathlon increase it’s online business ? Because it has its retail store as well.

    Reply
  44. G- Techsol Post author

    Hi Neil, You are doing awesome work through your videos and blog posts.

    I have gone through comments in this video you said that shopify is best for ecommerce, but as per my point of view for freshers and struggling people like me its costlier platform to start. Am I right?

    Reply
  45. Artur Mackevic Post author

    Hey Neil. I very like your Content, thank you very much 🙂 Can you please told me how to do perfect google ads campain and facebook ads campain?

    Reply
  46. Patricia Minatti Post author

    Neil, I have my first product to sell on Amazon: slime kit I have set a shopify store for it and also have a content wordpress site to talk about content and recepies. What would be your advise to boost sales> Focus on content ou on the store? go to google ad or facebook ad?

    Reply
  47. Juan Urbaez Post author

    Neil, For E-commerce store with which step do i start?

    Thanks

    Reply
  48. Adan Ruiz lopez Post author

    We sell makeup online(me and my wife)we started on Facebook what should l focus on first? We have 100 followers, what’s like the first step,second step, etc…we need guidance…

    Reply
  49. Faduma Yusuf Post author

    Hey, my ecommerve is Skincare what should I focus on?

    Reply
  50. Aatish Satti Post author

    Neil, would you make a video about Facebook ads and AdWords
    For Ecom.

    Reply
  51. xavier Ferguson Post author

    How you set google adwords ads where it is effective

    Reply
  52. Dorothy McQueen Post author

    Can you give examples to these scenarios
    Understanding what are you looking for with a 3PL?
    How many orders per day would be fulfilled?
    What is the weight of your product (Smallest, Largest)?
    What is the size of your product (Smallest, Largest)?
    Are your products associated with any special requirements?
    How many products would be stored at the facility (total SKUs)?
    Would you require any bulk shipments from the facility (TL or LTL)?
    How would your orders be processed (do you have an online website)

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  53. Uttam 1999 Post author

    Hey, the thing is i am having my e commerce website. It is almost done …the products are uploaded … optimized my checkout page

    The products are reselling products ..and the question coming in my mind is that why would people buy from my site, there are alot of other websites

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  54. Uttam 1999 Post author

    I have 2 questions more

    1) As i told you my product is phone accessories, what are your views on selling online in bulk (wholesale). I think very less no. Of people are doing or may be its not working really well…i am weak in analyzing actually.

    2) should i add adsense to My e-commerce site??

    I know both questions are totally different😬

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  55. Uttam 1999 Post author

    And what about having affiliate Network software .??? Which software is free? What do you recommend?

    Reply
  56. Melinda Curle Post author

    Great point. Focus on one product that solves a problem. I love ReferralCandy! Happy to hear the shout out.

    Reply
  57. Karen Theisen Post author

    Great video, Neil! Thanks for posting! So funny that you started the video with a product for insoles to make high heels more comfortable. Love it! We have a new product that is a woman's fashion shoe that can be customized by color and material. We are in R&D now and have almost finished our prototype development. Everyone who sees our prototypes so far loves them and we have gotten several unsolicited offers to invest. What would you suggest for a brand new ecommerce direct to consumer one- product company with a completely new and unique product that women love? (I have no e-commerce experience so I am trying to learn as much as I can before we launch in 2019!) Thanks!

    Reply
  58. Tarcisio Bueno Post author

    Hello Neil,

    Thank you for the awesome content

    I am selling a Hair loss treatment. I am wondering if I should make a facebook ads offering a discount cupon of 70% and then sending them to a landing page where they put their email in to get the cupon.

    Or Should I first make educational posts about the product before giving discounts ? Like " How to stop losing your hair ? "

    Reply
  59. Samantha Silverstein Post author

    Hi, Neil. I'm writing a how-to book about writing disabled charters the right way. I'm almost done with it am writing it am wanting to e-book publish it. I love books and writing, and I want to help to encourage authors to have disabled characters in their works. I was thinking of selling this e-book, which is only a few pages. How do I leverage this? I'm wanting to do short e-books to follow. Any advice?

    Reply
  60. zakaria666 Post author

    Guys…. Watch video on speed 1.5x. Niel Patel is super funny on that speed haha. Fuck I've got too much time on my hands

    Reply
  61. chinthareddy nagarjunreddy Post author

    Hello Neil ! Glad to know some tips that helps my e-commerce website on grocery. Please provide me a way for facebook and google adds

    Reply
  62. Tanglegripper Post author

    What are your thoughts on shopify vs wix? I'm currently use wix for my ecommerce business.

    Reply
  63. Tanglegripper Post author

    Would love your feed on how to run a Facebook and google add word campaign.

    Reply
  64. Rijul Ranjan Post author

    Dang Neil these tips are too good. Thanks for this video, all the tips I'll ever need in one place.

    Reply
  65. Arham jain Post author

    Can you teach me how to have a perfect advertisement campaign please?

    Reply
  66. Anna Borawska - Broniek Post author

    Neil, thanks so much for sharing your knowledge! Question from my side: how does it all work if it's about arts sale? I find it difficult to choose one or two products to focus on when I have so many paintings to sale… I offer also prints based on my paintings as a cheaper version but I still find it difficult to stand out among such an enormous competition! I opened my etsy shop recently but I cannot manage to drive enough traffic… Is there any advice from you as how to crush it at the art market? Greetings, Anna @hypnotized_by_anna

    Reply
  67. Mohammed Rahman Post author

    Hey Neil and everyone else! Just out of curiosity, what would you say is your single biggest challenge when running an ecommerce store ?

    Reply
  68. Mystic Yash Post author

    I want to sell travel accessories and backpacks to travellers. I want to make brand from my website how drive ton of traffic and acquire customers? Thanks

    Reply
  69. Michael Wolf Post author

    Hey Neil, I am a beginner in Online Marketing and my first client is selling shoes. The specialty here is, that customers design their own shoes, basically like NIKE ID. I tried facebook ads, I retargeted anyone who watched an image video my client published earlier for more than 10 sec. Then I built lookalike audiences (1, 2 and 5%) of this custom audience (watched more than 10 sec). I paid more than 3€ for the click and no one bought. Now my client is suggesting adwords because he thinks it´ll work better when people are already searching for shoes. What do you think?

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  70. Angelique Micklewhite Post author

    Hi, my name is Angelique. This first time watching your videos and I really see that you know your away around the digital marketing world and I would love to see your spin on the google adwords vs facebook ads campaign. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Reply
  71. Amit Biswas Post author

    Hey Mr.Patel, Tell something about Google ads tips and Facebook Ads tips. I need to learn and increase my sales.Thanks

    Reply
  72. Krishan Singh Bhati Post author

    Hello sir, my website DR was 47 but it is now 45, What is the reason for its decreasing.

    Reply
  73. Omy Store Post author

    Hi
    Great content!
    I'm trying to run a petstore selling pet fur remover which one do you think I should do first

    Reply
  74. Khantmaw Oo Post author

    Could you tell me how to start Facebook ad campaign to get more sales please?

    Reply
  75. DeaDia Ads Post author

    Hi Nail,

    I need directions about increasing on-line sales. It's a lighting store (it's certainly a wide assortment), the site is designed very easily, orders on the site are also created in a very simple way. We advertise through the AdWords Campaign, and monthly visits are around 9,000 but the orders do not happen. I'm currently questioning what is not good or not working because the search is very big (we do business in a small country), monthly visits are satisfactory, prices are competitive, the ordering process is simple, and we have the delivery of products to the address, we are always on the first page of the search. .. I'm thinking about buying more commercial woocomers theme, maybe that's the problem.

    I really need advice or guidance, or at least to know what I'm not doing right …

    Thanks for all the videos and tips, best regards!

    Reply
  76. Taranjeet Singh Post author

    i have just builded an ecommerce website couple of months ago ,around 1 month am doing advertisement i got 10k impressions 2k cliks bt only 2 conversions ,can u help me out to grow more any tips

    Reply
  77. Ro Ro Post author

    Hi Neil, I really appreciated your vide. I was doing a research on how to grow a shop and sales because I was thinking to open a shop on Creative Market and One on Etsy and sell digital products. I am creating some illustrations but I am really scared about the competition and I do not want to fail in this. I really want to change my life and transform my passion into a full time work. What do you reccommend me to do? There are so many digital graphics and artists out there that I admire but I really think that in this kind of business you need to be popular. Do I have to use Google and Facebook ads? Thank you very much

    Reply
  78. Diana Nacheva Post author

    Hello,

    my e- comets will be 1 month old on 24th, and no one sell so far. My first mistake: I have two kind of products: unique dresses (one unit per style in size 4) – they all hand made by me.
    2nd kind of product is bridal belts – handmade imported. Not so active in ig and fb. Posting but I don’t have many products to post every day. Just 8 unique dresses in very low price, and belt sashes I want to start selling and making money from.
    Till now I had few ads in Instagram and fb – $30 for 6 days. That brought me 200 more likes and 3-4 followers.
    Please, let me know how to improve that.
    Making business cards focusing on the belts that I have, or keep advertising my dresses?
    Thank you in advance for your help!

    Best regards,
    Diana

    Reply
  79. crypto bussiness Post author

    Hello Neil, Im from Roumania
    I want to teach me step by step pls how can i begin
    I want to grow , beacause here in Roumania my salary per month is ONLY $ 100 .

    Give me a hand pls!!!!!!

    Reply
  80. Sydney Tennis Club Post author

    Hi Neil Patel, How do I run the perfect ad campaign for FB/Google.

    Reply
  81. Rakshit Jain Post author

    Never able to digest that accent.. not able to concentrate…please make it neutral.. wherever you are from…

    Reply
  82. Jones Tyler Post author

    have very successful facebook ad campaign looking for tips for google ad words, only have had a seo company utilize ad words for me in the past

    Reply
  83. John Lee Post author

    Can you teach me how to use SEO to increase sales?

    Reply
  84. Geetaprasuna Mutyala Post author

    Hey neil thanks for ur content. I have a website where I sell my own brand home essentials. What should I do 1st to increase my sales!!!

    Reply

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