If you are a PrestaShop store owner or a module or theme developer and are looking from some free publicity, you’ll want to pay attention to what follows.
A while back, I decided to add two new article topics.
One is called “Vendor Spotlight” and it is intended to shine a light on good PrestaShop theme and module developers. So far, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing PrestaModule and Nethercott Constructions.
The other series is called “PrestaShop Lessons Learned” and is dedicated to interviewing PrestaShop store owners. This series asks owners detailed questions about what makes their business tick.
One of its best features is a discussion of what does, and does not, work in their business. This is where the “lessons learned” part comes from.
I recently completed my first interview with Scuba Lessons, Inc. and was blown away by the quality information Tina O’Connell provided.
Out of all the free services I offer PrestaTraining.com readers, this is my favorite because the reader can take one or several of the learning lessons and implement them in their own business to affect positive changes quickly. That is what PrestaTraining is all about.
I also want to share with you where I got the idea to do a “PrestaShop Lessons Learned” series from. One of my favorite e-commerce support sites is called Practical E-commerce and they have been running a series called “Lessons Learned” for quite some time now.
I don’t know exactly how many interviews there are, but it’s more than I could read through. I printed off and read through enough interviews to fill up a 2″ 3-ring binder and there were still many more I hadn’t read.
Each one of those interviews offered unique insight into the interviewee’s business and provided amazingly valuable information. There are interviews from pretty much any type of small to medium size business you can think of so, the content is highly relevant to PrestaShop users. Do yourself a favor and check these interviews out here.
I’ve already received positive feedback on both of these interview series, which has inspired me to redouble my efforts to get more of them.
Thus, this post is a call to PrestaShop store owners and module and theme developers who would like some free publicity. Please let me know if you would like to be interviewed. It’s my opinion that everyone wins with these interviews.
I can’t guarantee that I will be able to interview everyone, but I will do my best to get you in front of the PrestaTraining.com readers.