Author Archives: Tudor Pangal

How BEST BUY is fighting the eCommerce wave (this is good)

Let’s face it… People buy stuff online, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Heck, that’s why it’s such a great time to build your own store.  And while this has hurt many retail businesses, some are doing some really cool things to adapt. Best Buy for example, known for its electronics, recently launched an in-home consulting service.  While ... Read More »

These Retail Stores Are Taking “Free Gifts” to a Whole New Level

I’m all for “bonus stacking,” but this takes things to a whole new level. Much HIGHER than I’ve ever seen (I really do crack myself up sometimes). Giving the gift of green in the ‘District of Cannabis’ Here’s the scoop on what’s happening with some retail stores in Washington D.C: “A 2014 ballot initiative to legalize recreational use passed overwhelmingly. But unlike the ... Read More »

14,481 <——- What this number means

Surely you’ve heard the phrase before… “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” And while this cliche is mostly used figuratively, it’s legitimately true in the sport of basketball. Take Kobe Bryant for example… He recently retired, but most would agree he was one of the greatest players in NBA history. And that number in the subject line…? That’s how many shots ... Read More »

Conor McGregor just wrote a blueprint for online entrepreneurs

Stop….just stop. Don’t act like you don’t know who Conor McGregor is, or that you had no clue there was a huge boxing match this past weekend. But… What may have gone unnoticed, is that Conor McGregor literally wrote a blueprint for marketers, entrepreneurs, and small business owners across the world.  In fact, if you’ve followed me for awhile, you’ve likely seen ... Read More »

The DNA results are in…

It’s an interesting phenomenon… Even when we know EXACTLY how to do something, many times we don’t do it.  This morning I was reading this article: Basically, it’s discussing how you can now buy DNA tests that identify your genetic risks for certain diseases or conditions. So you’d assume if you had ALL the information on your risks, you’d make ... Read More »

Easy way to come up with product ideas

Today’s post is directed at those of you who feel you lack “ideas.” Now the title references an easy way to come up with product ideas, but in fact, this works for almost anything.  You’ve likely heard the quote, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” Notice how the quote doesn’t say, “Copying is the sincerest form of flattery.” It says imitate, which to me ... Read More »

What a gray-haired man has to do with eCommerce

Ever have those moments where you’re trying to do one thing, and you end up doing another? So it might be simple… You get on FB to check your ads. Next thing you know, 30 minutes has passed and you’re browsing the newsfeed. That’s kinda what happened to these scientists from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center: Basically, ... Read More »

Baseball & Business: The Ultimate “Games” of Streaks

You may not know this, but I am a DIEHARD baseball fan. In fact, IMO there is not a better sport on the planet than Major League Baseball (Disagree? Reply and let’s debate!) One of the reasons I love baseball is because of the statistics involved. There are SOOOO many stats that teams use to project how valuable a player is to ... Read More »

182k in a single day (I can’t believe this happened)

First off, let me express how slimy I feel for today’s post title. Any time I share crazy sales figures, I always like to bring context to the situation. We’ll do that in a moment, but first… HOW COOL IS THIS?!?     NO, this isn’t a screenshot from my Shopify store. This is actually a screenshot from a student ... Read More »

The Video Game Formula to Running a Successful Online Business

When I was 18 years old, my whole life changed… Online gaming came to the Playstation platform! Now I know that sounds silly, but just stick with me for a moment. When I was younger, I played video games a lot. This continued through my teen years and into college. Then life happened… I now go through intermittent periods where I’l ... Read More »