That was one of the first decisions we ever made in SavvyRevenue.
It’s not that we can’t help all advertisers improve their Google Ads. We could easily do so as we primarily work with that one marketing specialty.
But being able to help is not enough for us.
To go deeper every time and deliver a performance that knocks your socks off.
That’s not ordinary.
And to be extraordinary requires a deep insight into your business.
This means that:
We know just as much about eCommerce as you do.
We know almost as much about your own business as you do.
Being ahead of you in eCommerce is easy. That’s what we do every day.
But the kicker we bring to the table is that we know as much about eCommerce as you.
We’ll discuss anything from ROAS vs. volume, CLV, reviews, price monitoring, pricing, marketplaces to platform migration and warehousing.
We’ll discuss it all — and we can advise on most.
Because eCommerce is all, we do. And it’s the reason why we deliver every time.
We have a single focus in SavvyRevenue, and it sets the direction for everything we do. For who we hire to how we work.
Let’s look at the team first—the people who will be responsible for delivering results.
To be a perfect fit for eCommerce retailers, our consultants need to have an in-depth knowledge of eCommerce.
All our consultants have that. Add to that competencies within data, technical insights, and business know-how.
Said simply, it means that we never start from scratch with new clients.
Your consultant doesn’t have to get to know your business but can expand her already in-depth knowledge of your industry.
They work with eCommerce every day. They’ve collectively seen hundreds of cases.
That’s what we call a game-changer.
A Solid Framework – And Results to follow
Our entire framework is designed to scale eCommerce businesses.
The tools we use and the processes we’ve built have all been chosen and customized for that purpose.
That approach means we create more case studies per client than most other agencies:
That’s our core belief when we choose our clients.
Your product has to be good. That includes the actual products you’re selling, but also everything that encompasses being good at eCommerce:
Do packages arrive on time?
Are customers happier after talking with you?
Do they come back?
If those factors check out, then we determine whether we’re a fit based on:
These aren’t pass/fail. If you have proof of concept but have problems scaling, then we can still be a good fit – while you work on solving it.
We collect advertisers who are problem solvers.
That’s when we achieve a synergy that makes each other better – and that’s when it gets really fun (ka-chiiiing).