Unfortunately, the increase in ecommerce has led to a wave of all kinds of bad actors. In 2020 alone, online retailers lost over $3.8 billion to click fraud on ecommerce ads. To stop click fraud, brands must be knowledgeable about it, learn why they tend to be the primary targets, and be aware of the various schemes.
A big portion of ecommerce purchases are from high-value consumers, but they are the missing component of every successful retail marketer’s digital strategy. Even knowing this, brands are still struggling with how to reach high-value consumers. Here are some strategies to reach these consumers and drive campaign success forward.
In an effort to lure in more third-party sellers as it battles Amazon’s dominant marketplace, Walmart is offering new sellers a 50% discount on commissions for 90 days, while also extending savings on Walmart’s version of FBA to new signups. Discount are available to new merchants who sign up by May 31 and start selling by June 30.
With heady revenue predictions for retail media north of $100 billion, it’s not surprising to see a surge of retailers opening advertising shops in attempts to capture share. But we’re still in the early days, with behemoths scooping up most of the brand spend. Here are six relationship and revenue-building strategies for retailers to consider.
Many marketers overlook connected television as a viable means of directly engaging existing and potential customers. They’re missing a significant opportunity to leverage CTV to run more targeted, accountable and action-oriented ads than ever before, as CTV continues to grow in popularity and advertising functionality.
Facebook remarketing can be effective as your audience already knows you or your brand. With this prior knowledge, you can run ads that show what they want, like the stuff left in their shopping cart. And as you’ll know later on, you can use retargeting on Facebook to recapture your audience’s attention.
Most ecommerce businesses rely heavily on advertising to draw customers to their websites, and in the case of retargeting, remind them of past visits or past purchase intentions. When it comes to measuring return on ad spend (ROAS), here are four common pitfalls that ecommerce marketers must know how to navigate.