We were thrilled to hold eCommerceFuel Live at Chesapeake Bay, a place rich in history and great food. This year was especially unique, as it was the first large live event we have held since the beginning of the pandemic, and coming back together as a community was very rewarding. In this episode, we will be reviewing everything that happened during eCF Live. To help us discuss this is Bill D’Alessandro, CEO of Elements Brands.

Listen in as Bill and I share how this year’s event was different from the eCF Live events we have had in the past, as well as the importance of making time to do the things that make you happy. You will learn where growing companies often fail, how to build a rich company culture, and how to effectively sort your social media accounts by engagement levels to create a sales funnel.

You’ll learn:

  • How this year’s eCF Live was different from those in the past. (6:43)
  • How this event brings people together and allows you to speak about business and life. (9:10)
  • How the last few years have impacted the eCommerce space. (16:20)
  • The importance of finding time to do the things you want to do. (21:20)
  • Why honing in your zone of genius is key as a business owner. (27:00)
  • How to build a good company culture. (31:30)
  • How to use different social media platforms as a sales funnel. (37:00)
  • Why having a great landing page is crucial. (42:20)
  • How to build a business away from B2B and Amazon. (47:00)

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(With your host Andrew Youderian of eCommerceFuel.com and Bill D’Alessandro of Billda.com)


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Andrew Youderian
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Andrew is the founder of eCommerceFuel and has been building eCommerce businesses ever since gleefully leaving the corporate world in 2008.  Join him and 1,000+ vetted 7- and 8-figure store owners inside the eCommerceFuel Community.

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