Ways to Diversify Your Sales Strategy Online to Protect Your Business

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Entrepreneur Insider June 26, 2020

You can join this free webinar where Jared Mitchell, an expert in digital marketing and ecommerce strategy and founder of Beefysites, sits down with us to take you through some of the popular sales channels and talk about why it’s important for your business to invest in sales channel diversification. 

Key Takeaways:

  • How to expand your sales channels to prepare for a predicted second wave later this year
  • Understand the 10 most popular ecommerce sales channels and how you can use them to diversify your sales
  • The importance of investing in different sales channels 

Register at- https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/352475

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