a nimble, profitable ebusiness
We make front-office people and systems better. This means helping the income side of a business that sells online. We focus on marketing and customer service through channels you own directly, like email and phone.
We don’t prioritize customer relationships that are mediated by Big Tech. Read more about what we don’t do here.
Examples of how we can help:
- Want prospects and customers to open and act on your emails and texts? Check.
- Want automation that defers the next marketing or customer service hire? Check.
- Want a direct customer relationship and nurturing methodology for the long-term? Check.
Together we can organize your front-office priorities, processes, tools, and roles. Get unkinked! Then you’ll increase your flow capacity to serve more customers at a higher standard of service.
flow capacity to serve more customers at a higher standard of service.
clients say things like this
imagine what we might do together?
“You helped us improve customer service response times by 6X during the same time that our ecommerce store grew at 2X. Thanks for helping us to grow sales AND keep our commitment to the customer experience.”
our vision of an attuned ebusiness
To work towards attunement means you’re finding a feel good connection with others, building a relationship. To work towards an ebusiness means you’re evolving to a digital-first, customer-facing operation, with automations helping you offer self-service. Connecting the two intentions — attunement + ebusiness — makes for a powerful synergy. It encourages a new profit potential for the smaller enterprise!
We can do better than the classic Attention, Interest, Desire, and Action (AIDA) marketing framework. Its concepts underly common content and funnel marketing techniques. But it can devolve into click-bait. It can also become a fixation on metrics like AOV, LTV and ROAS that spills over into messaging that makes customers feel objectified.
What might it feel like — to prospects and customers – if we temper our impulse to grab attention, drive traffic, and convert visitors?
In today’s digital first context, how do we evolve our frameworks? How do we build a buying relationship that lasts because it feels good to everyone?
attuned customer experience
When we sold products in-person, we could build a relationship before the sale. We could get and receive feedback, listen and advise. We could refer elsewhere when our product didn’t match the shopper’s needs. In short, we could start the buyer’s journey from a place of interpersonal goodwill.
But today’s sales person may instead be in a reactive customer service role. Rather than feeling curiosity or excitement, your customer may feel irritation, i.e., a return.
In today’s “contactless” shopping context, how do we connect? How do we build a service relationship that feels good to everyone?
hire ebusiness pros to improve:
An example: “Help us set up a system (automations, skills-training, etc.) to support the next $1M in Shopify web sales without hiring another customer service person.”
An example: “Guide our choice of platforms and plan their roll-out. Do we upgrade to Shopify Plus? Do we start a second ecommerce site as a strategic hedge of our risk?”
An example: “Evaluate my front-office team and clarify roles so we can use vendors and in-house people effectively. If we must hire, design an on-boarding program.”
When customers increasingly place orders online, do you have a capable web storefront? We can help.
Have you prioritized email as a direct line of communication to your prospects and customers? We can help.
Are your customers more inclined to buy again after interacting with your team (or bots)? We can help.
Is your content coherent across marketing and customer service communications? We can help.
What if you could grow sales without working your team so hard, deferring the next hire? We can help.
What could you accomplish with a capable, reliable, and attuned front-office team? We can help.