Subscribe To X
MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT » ECOMMERCE
ForeSee Results president and CEO Larry Freed (left) discusses lessons retailer learned about the digital consumer during the 2012 holiday season. Multichannel Merchant senior content manager Tim Parry conducts the interview.
Your site visitors like to see what other shoppers are saying about your products, since they’re theoretically honest opinions coming from outside the business. User-generated videos are usually informative and often funny, which can compel viewers to stay tuned longer. To leverage this approach, you need to encourage customers to submit their own videos to your YouTube channel and your website, and you need to manage this content effectively.
If you’re not testing your top trafficked site pages, you’re losing competitive advantage, revenue optimization, and sizeable UX gains. One loss is enough to dishearten you; a loss in all three drives proverbial nails into your ecommerce coffin. Here are some lessons I’ve learned from recent testing from 700,000+ visitors across dozens of landing pages.
If a customer buys a qualifying item at a Target store and then finds the identical item for less in the following week’s Target circular or within seven days on Target.com, Amazon.com, Walmart.com, Bestbuy.com or Toysrus.com or in a local competitor’s printed ad, Target will match the price.
Every merchant and supplier to merchants needs to customize a continuity plan based upon their specific needs. The one thing that all plans must have in common is periodic testing to ensure business runs smoothly when enacted. While it will be stressful during the event itself, coming through successfully will demonstrate to your clients that you are the right partner.
Information and intelligence gathered from a retailer’s eCommerce site can provide valuable insights into emerging shopping trends and help improve future eCommerce performance. Online sales, catalog and interactive TV orders, soared during the 2012 holiday season. Deloitte Consulting predicted that these types of sales will rise 15% to 17%, mostly due to online shopping, which […]
$42.3 billion was spent online during the entire November-December holiday shopping season, marking a 14-percent increase from 2011, according to online measurement service comScore.
Offering a loyalty program for consumers who shop with you online or in a traditional store is not the only way to engage with your customers and gain additional sales. It can also happen when shoppers visit your site through apps. Take a look at how some companies gained a boost in conversions after taking part in a loyalty program with the CoffeeTable app.
During the last year, we
Posted 11 hours ago
Posted 12 hours ago