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Stuart McKeown10 Ways To Grow Your E-Commerce Sales Using Gleam

Growing E-Commerce Stores With Gleam

Gleam attracts a large number of E-Commerce businesses looking for ways to grow their revenue. With such a wide range of features and applications it can sometimes be overwhelming to get started.

This guide aims to end that problem, today we’re going to give you our top 10 tips for using Gleam to drive E-Commerce growth. These are campaign ideas actively being used by other stores around the world to drive growth.

So make a cup of tea and enjoy ☺

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Stuart McKeownDriving 20k Social Actions From A Blog Post In 6 Days

Shopify Case Study

Back in June, Shopify embarked on one of the most impressive pieces of content marketing I’ve witnessed this year.

The team built an E-Commerce business completely from scratch, generated close to $1,000 of revenue then used Gleam to giveaway the complete business to one lucky person from the Shopify community.

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Stuart McKeownThe Pros & Cons Of Working From Home

Working From Home

So I’ve been working from home for almost a year now, and I’ve always wanted to reflect on the experience. The reason being, is that working from home seems to be a liberty that many want to experience (being free from the reigns of corporate shackles and all that) – but it’s not until you experience it that you begin to understand that it may or may not be for you.

1 in 12 Australians currently work from home. What are some of your top tips for staying sane?

In this post I’m going to cover what I feel are the pros and cons to working from home, please bear in mind that the perspective I’m coming from here is:

  • Working on my own company
  • Living in Australia
  • Married with 2 kids
  • Wife is a SAHM

So some of the things I experience may be different than your own situation (say for example you’re a single person working at home for a corporate company). But hopefully it still translates ☺

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Stuart McKeown36 Small Business Growth Marketing Tips

Small Business Growth Tips

Driving awareness for your small business can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. How do you find the time to work on growth when you have all the other aspects of the business to worry about?

The unfortunate thing is that you need to think about growth all the time. The fortunate thing, is that there’s plenty of ways to think about it, and plenty of tactics you can experiment with.

I’ve worked with hundreds of small businesses over the last 10 years, helping them execute everything from the most simple to the most detailed marketing strategies. Most recently I helped setup the SEO product at Australia’s largest marketing services provider for small business. So I understand some of the challenges that many of you have.

In this guide I’m going to take you through 36 actionable growth strategies that you can learn from, and implement in your own business. Not everything here will work for everybody, the key point is that it helps you get into an experimental growth mindset.

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Marcus Poh10% Conversion Increase With 1 Line Of Code


As a retailer, it is becoming increasingly difficult to stand out from the crowd. With connectivity at our fingertips, consumers are being assaulted with promotions like never before. Promotions land in our inboxes, mobile devices, on billboards, on our computers and on our windscreens. But even if your brand is being seen, often the bigger challenge is actually being heard amongst all the noise.

As an online retailer, this challenge is amplified. Operating in world that trades in short attention spans, a virtual wild west. Bad adverts sit on bad copy. Noise is everywhere.

About a month ago Daniel, the marketing manager over at reached out. He had been using our Capture app to salvage abandoned carts and drive more revenue from his Adwords campaigns.

With only one line of javascript, and without acquiring new customers, NameBadges added 10% to their bottom line.

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