Website performance can be a complex topic, and with Google now throwing even more jargon into the mix (Core Web Vitals, anyone?) it’s easy to get lost. Here’s a breakdown of how page speed works, what metrics to pay attention to in order to retain consumers, and how to bring performance marketing into your CMO arsenal.
Even if you ignore the increased lawsuits, new ADA laws requiring website accessibility and the boost in traffic you’ll see, it’s important for your site to welcome all users. Marketers, this means you. Unfortunately, working with developers to create an ADA-compliant site is no easy task. Not to worry; here are 8 tips to help you get there.
The State of the Ecommerce Facilities Services Industry Study analyzes how leading ecommerce companies are managing and improving their facilities, warehouses and logistics strategies and operations. It covers best practices and benchmarks in areas such as strategies, technology and innovation and operations and labor.
If an eager shopper comes to your website with a product in mind and high purchase intent, but then hits a “no results found” page, at best they’ll attempt a couple of variations of the term before bailing and heading to a competitor. To avoid this bad scenario, here are some tips to quickly redirect shoppers and give them options.
With ecommerce booming, especially with stores closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important that your ecommerce website stands out. Customers are more likely to buy from a well-designed, navigable, up-to-date site. Here are some tips to ensure it generates sales and encourages return customers.
Your ecommerce website speed has an impact on SEO and the customer experience when shopping with you. Slow websites result in fewer page views, reduced customer satisfaction and decreased sales. Here are some key practices to ensure your ecommerce website runs smoothly and continues to support your business goals.
Online shoppers who can easily find what they want tend to spend more money. According to a recent WebLinc study, nearly 30% of online shoppers start each visit with a site search. If they can’t find what they’re looking, for they’ll leave the site. Here are 7 ways to avoid “No Results” pages in ecommerce site search.