Ultimate eComm Podcast – Cycle of eCommerce – Introduction

By Joe Rozsa| 2018-03-10T01:34:40+00:00 February 1st, 2018|

I’m very excited to announce that Launch Commerce has officially kicked off the community and education portion of our business, and we’re happy to say that you will now start to see 2-3 new articles appearing each and every week.  And as always, members of Launch Commerce will have full and prioritized access to ask me (and others) questions in the premium community forums as well.

But this post is here to announce something bigger, that I am very excited about – something very fun to do, and hopefully very useful to all of you.  I’m happy to announce that “The Ultimate eComm Podcast” episode 0 is now live here on Launch Commerce (early access for members) and also on iTunes and Google Play Music.  These will be roughly 30 minute sessions recorded once per week walking you through everything you could possibly need to know about eCommerce.  I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have, so email me, tweet them to me, or just ask in the comments section below and I’ll answer your questions live on the next episode.

We kick things off with the full series coming soon.  Until next time, have a great (and profitable) day!


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About the Author: Joe Rozsa

Joe has been an eCommerce professional for about 20 years now, when Amazon was an up and coming bookseller and auction sites like Ebay were the hot new trend. During that time, he's led eCommerce initiatives for brands such as Harley-Davidson, DSW, theChive, Rooster Teeth and several others, as well as owned several eCommerce businesses of his own (including this site, Launch Commerce).


  1. Glo November 1, 2017 at 2:02 am - Reply

    I will apologize for my lack of knowledge but what is drop shipping,
    Ecommerce, and podcast..I just started making home made soaps and I am selling but I need some tips.

    • Joe Rozsa November 2, 2017 at 9:28 pm - Reply

      No need to apologize! Helping to explain things is what I am here for, and that goes for beginners to the big brands. For dropshipping, it is when a person sells a product made by someone else that they didn’t ever have to buy, store, or even ship to a customer. Basically, anyone can create a storefront, promote a product (these are easy to find, though some better than others) and sell it to customers. When an order comes in, the person reaches out to the manufacturer or distributor of the product, buys the product (hopefully at less than they sold it to the customer) and has that distributor ship it to their customer. This is the basic method of dropshipping. The reason this model is popular is because anyone can start one of these stores without any investment of their own.

      eCommerce is basically any financial transaction that happens on the internet. So anytime you buy something from Amazon, or if someone bought one of your soaps online, that is eCommerce. And podcast… that is basically an internet based radio or TV show. I’m starting one of these with the first episode out very soon to help teach people how to sell their products online.

      That is great that you have this business idea with your soaps. And I’d be happy to help you with tips along the way. I’d love to hear more about what you’re doing today with your homemade soap business!

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