Jim Cockrum: Show Me Your Tribe, I’ll Show You Your Future

Jun 17, 2019

In this video, Jim Cockrum talks about building communities, making connections and creating loyal followers. If you sell on Amazon, use social media to market and sell products and/or have another internet business, you want to watch our latest interview with Jim. 

“Show me your network and I’ll tell you your future. If I know who you’re hanging out with, I know where you’re going in life.” – Jim Cockrum

In this insightful talk, Jim shares the following points:

  1. You have to build a community, if you’re alone, that’s a dangerous place to be. 
  2. Social media is your best friend. Learn about how to use Facebook and Instagram to help you accomplish retail goals
  3. Always test new products, don’t be afraid to see what may sell. 
  4. If you haven’t tried online selling, then you’re simply missing out. 
  5. Find opportunity in the long tail. 
  6. Build relationships with brands and companies who you want to sell online. 

If you want to learn more from Jim, visit his website at https://www.silentjim.com. If you want to learn how to sell online absolutely free, then you have to come to ASD. Registration is FREE!

 

 

Macala Wright

Macala Wright

Macala Wright is a writer and researcher who specializes in health, wellness, food, and farming. Her expertise has been published in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and many more publications. When she’s not writing about consumer behavior or food, she can be found scouring for deals in antique shops or on the back of her horse. You can follow her on Instagram @Macala or visit https://www.maca.la.
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