Before the Internet even existed, retailers relied on an assortment of strategies and market intelligence tactics to boost sales—including promotions, direct mail, catalogs, window displays, focus groups, surveys, and ads. Here are six effective strategies to enhance your conversion rates.
Operating an ecommerce store is the perfect option for many retailers. There’s no physical overhead, a relatively small team can handle a lot of work, and you can sell your products directly to consumers. Here are a few thoughts to keep in mind as you reexamine the way you protect your site.
The average person will spend more than 5 years of their lives on social media. Although this may seem excessive, it reveals the power of these platforms and their ability to not only entertain but keep users hooked for extended periods of time. Here is what you need to learn about live engagement from social media.
Imagine a potential customer wants to make a purchase from your ecommerce store. Your website is easy-to-navigate so she finds exactly what she is looking for. She adds the product to her shopping cart and immediately begins to checkout. Here are five ways to streamline the checkout experience.
Instead of fighting rising online sales, retailers should embrace digital to drive more sales in-store. By creating a true omnichannel approach, retailers can better serve customers, open avenues for more transactions and increase overall sales. Here are ways retailers can develop a deeper connection with customers.
The rise of ecommerce has led to the creation of millions of online shops, and many brick-and-mortar stores are taking a cue from those success stories and expanding their online presence. These are a few ideas to help you connect the ecommerce dots across multiple platforms.
With the holiday season accounting for so much of a retailer’s annual sales, as much as 30% to 40%, achieving the highest possible holiday ROI is crucial. Here is what you need to know when it comes to planning your holiday strategy.
Voice shopping just got a lot more realistic with the recent moves by Amazon, Apple, Google and Walmart to drive voice-activated shopping into more and more homes. Here is what retailers need to know about how voice shopping is changing the retail landscape.
Few things can send a retail company into disarray like a data security breach. Here is why security needs to be a top priority for retailers today and in the future.