A Chat with My Operations Manager

Pat Haggerty is a part of the team at Right Channel Radios and Trolling Motors. In fact, he runs much of the behind-the-scenes business in his role as sales manager.

On this episode, Pat talks with us about what he’s learned about eCommerce in his three years on the team, and gives some insights about his new business, ViolinPros.com. This is a really cool insight into the inner world of an eCommerce business.

 

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Here’s What You’ll Learn

  • Two major misconceptions about the eCommerce world.
  • Why the learning process of the business can be one of the greatest benefits.
  • The average day in the life of a sales manager for a successful eCommerce store.
  • What a massive site redesign looks like from the owner’s point of view.
  • The ultimate goals of a professional store owner.

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2 Comments

  1. Great Podcast guys! I am surprised that I am the first one to comment on this(maybe cause I somewhat local). Great idea to have Pat(the operations guy) on the show. I am currently working remote for a corporate company and you guys are speaking my language! I also am located in Idaho with tons of wind(which I also detest). I hope to start my own venture soon with the hopes of one day making it on my own. Using your experiences and information has helped me decide to move even closer to that goal….Thanks for the helpful content and I will have more questions for you…Thanks!