Posts Tagged ‘blogger’

Interview – nakedpastor

October 12th, 2011

As soon as the nakedpastor store signed up to Wazala it caught our eye. The name itself was unusual, we had to check it out. The Wazala team was quickly circulating the artwork around, and we found ourselves discussing issues that many of us dared not to earlier. Many opinions about different subjects came up, but we all found ourself in agreement of one thing, questioning our own attitude. This is why we had to connect with David Hayward, the man behind the art, and give you the opportunity to reflect. Read the rest of this entry »

Interview – Behind The Scenes With Scarf Shop

August 22nd, 2011

Scarf Shop caught our eye when they first signed up and starting selling with Wazala. The clean looking website showcased the lovely handmade scarves beautifully and we quickly became big fans. Little did we know, that the woman behind the brand, Martha McQuade, works solo. Sometimes running a business involves more heart, than a big team. Read the rest of this entry »

Dune Music – An Interview With The People Behind The Talent

August 11th, 2011

Lately we seem to see more musicians and labels using ecommerce solutions like Wazala to better their online sales of both music and merch. The importance of engaging with your fans directly and allowing them to buy from you on your own website or blog has been proven successful in achieving better revenues. We caught up this week with Adam Sieff from Dune Music, to chat about their experience with online sales. Read the rest of this entry »

Brass Monki – An Interview With The Artist

August 8th, 2011

Daniel Reese, is the artist behind the creative brand Brass Monki. From a small town called Runcorn, just outside of Liverpool, Daniel, decided against university and started Brass Monki alongside a full-time job at a local sports store. Now at the age of 23, he is self employed and running a successful business. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Market Your Online Store Without Spending Money

June 9th, 2011

For small businesses selling online in niche arenas, paid marketing may not be the best solution for getting the word out. Instead, save money and be more effective by targeting your market via platforms they are already engaged in, such as blogs, Quora, Facebook groups and Twitter hashtags. Take a look.. Read the rest of this entry »

Who Did We Build Wazala For?

May 25th, 2010

“We target people who understand that relationships are the lifeline of a small company.”
– David Rose

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