Getting ecommerce product content right in every instance is an impossible task. But you increase the odds of creating accurate, high-quality product listings by making management, approval and reuse of content so smooth and rapid that you’re left with ample time to be creative, innovative and purposeful with its presentation.
Instagram has quickly become one of social media’s powerhouse brands and is a hotbed for marketing. Currently, 80% of Instagram users claim they follow at least one brand on the platform, with 60% saying they discovered a new product. Here are key reasons why you need to be on there, and how it can boost your ecommerce sales.
With any investment, you have to assess several economic factors before making a decision to pursue it. The same is true with an investment in SEO. However, most brands lack the comprehensive toolset required to understand and accurately quantify the impact of SEO. Here are 3 major signs that your marketing budget is misaligned.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the Golden State’s answer to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from May 2018, went into effect July 1, 2020, and its impact has been sudden and swift. This infographic demonstrates the strong impact CCPA has had already on Facebook ad performance.
How do retail marketers keep online momentum going as physical stores continue to reopen? They are leaning into digital to maintain customer engagement and drive growth by enhancing proven strategies like SMS and email. This omnichannel approach uses targeted messages, tailoring relevant content to timely consumer trends.
Understanding microbrowser traffic and its relationship to social can help correlate where conversions are really coming from, enabling marketing spend to be adjusted accordingly for better ROI. Jason Khoury, head of corporate marketing at Cloudinary, talks about how brands can tap the power of microbrowser traffic.
As the need for ecommerce grew, so too did the number of retailers stepping into email marketing for the first time, while others tried to squeeze even more out of the channel. But how did COVID-19 impact the way consumers respond to email marketing, and what can retailers learn from it? Here are some takeaways.
In an increasingly unpredictable world, retailers with science-based pricing are better positioned to gain real-time insights into changes in demand signals. They can then predict future demand and normalize historical data to optimize supply chain management, building shopper loyalty and driving business results.
Social media is one of the best ways to market your business. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram have millions (or even billions) of active monthly users, and you can easily reach out to them by sharing relevant and interesting content. Here are 5 common mistakes you need to avoid in social media marketing.