Guillaume Le Tual Is a multimedia technologist with a career spanning 15 years. Earlier in his career, he worked as a professional visual artist for clients such as Volkswagen, Discovery Channel, The National Bank of Canada, and Warner Bros.
He gained experience working in web design and digital marketing, and his expertise in the Magento e-commerce platform led him to start his own company, MageMontreal, an agency that works exclusively on the Magento platform to build e-commerce websites. Guillaume is also the Host of the Ecommerce Wizards Podcast.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Guillaume Le Tual talks about low-hanging fruits for e-commerce sites
- What’s next for AI use in e-commerce?
- Why hiring a project manager is crucial for agency growth
- Guillaume shares what everyone should think about when hiring
- Why e-commerce brands migrate from Shopify to Magento
- How to make your website sell
- The power of partnerships
- Staying true to your niche
In this episode…
If you’re an e-commerce entrepreneur, you know how important it is to have your website, irrespective of the number of marketplaces you’re on. But the problem is that many e-commerce business owners struggle to sell websites.
Do you have enough traffic? Does that traffic convert? Does your product have proper product-market fit, and how efficient is your operation? When you answer these questions, you realize that you can turn your website into a sales machine. Here’s how it starts…
Listen to this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz featuring Guillaume Le Tual, the CEO and Founder of MageMontreal. They discuss the low-hanging fruits of e-commerce websites, the use of AI in e-commerce, making your website sell, and more.
Resources mentioned in this episode
- “Adobe Magento vs Shopify with Derric Haynie of EcommerceTech.io”
- “How To Successfully Implement an eCommerce Platform With Caspar Hardholt of Alumio”
- Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by J. J. Sutherland
- Scaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don’t (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) by Verne Harnish
- Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You by John Warrillow
- Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen
- “[Top Agency Series] NFTs, the Metaverse, and Advertising in the Digital World With Chris Madden”
- “[Top Agency Series] Tools and Tech for Business Growth in Tough Times With Lisa Larson-Kelley of Quantious”
- “The Two Leadership Traits To Explode Your Business With Mark C. Winters Author and Founder of RocketFuelNow.com”
- “Leading with Passion with Gino Wickman Founder of EOS Worldwide “
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Insider Stories from Top Leaders & Entrepreneurs…
Jeremy Weisz 0:01
Dr. Jeremy Weisz here, Founder of inspiredinsider.com where I talk with inspirational entrepreneurs and leaders today is no different. I’m going to formally introduce you to Guillaume in a second. If you are watching the video. You can see we have MageMontreal right here and we’re going to be breaking stuff down and Guillaume is a web expert among other things, so he’s going to be breaking some stuff down before we get to it. I like to mention other episodes people should check out of the podcast and Guillaume has a podcast as well, which is Ecommerce Wizards Podcast. So he’s gonna say some of his favorite episodes. I’m gonna say some of mine. You know, since this is agency owners, actually you may be interested this one Guillaume Chris Madden on and he talks about NFT’s the metaverse and what they’re doing with NF T’s for their agency and how they’re deploying it, releasing it, how they price it and everything like that. Also, Lisa Larson-Kelley of Quantious and she has companies like Shopify and Metaverse meta verse, I think it’s better or used to be Facebook, whatever it’s called now, and we’re gonna be talking about some Shopify stuff as well. So check those out. Many of them are on inspiredinsider Guillaume what are some of your favorites? On your podcast? I’m gonna pull that up here. Sure.
Guillaume Le Tual 1:41
So one of those would be with Derric Haynie here, Adobe Magento versus Shopify. So it’s an hour and a half long, sort of friendly battle of a Magento expert versus Shopify expert. If you’ve listened to all the thing you really know in that boat platform, especially to pick which one’s the right pick for project. So that’s a really good one. And
Jeremy Weisz 2:03
you get to the next one. Yum. So what was one of you remember, what was one of your major points that he had to concede to? And was there anything that you had to concede you like Shopify is better this Magento is better at this?