Last year’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday period shed light on how consumers respond to different subject lines, calls-to-action, message content and discounts during the holidays. Use this information to craft emails that increase engagement and sales. Here are some sure-fire email marketing tips to boost your holiday performance.
For marketplaces that rely on ad revenues, it’s all about conversions. And if you can’t optimize search, listings, ads and promotions on your site, you don’t get conversions. This leads to desperate blasting and promotions that just drives drives users away and kills revenue. Here are 5 steps to help you avoid this dreaded ad death spiral.
Your ecommerce website must be a living, breathing content channel to drive meaningful success. Why? Business goals, audience preferences, digital capabilities and best practices are all constantly evolving, and your site must reflect these changing expectations. Optimize these three areas of your website continually to improve results.
While ecommerce conversion rate optimization may seem daunting at first, by designing solutions that align with our psychology, we can make it easier for people to do things they already want to do. Marketers who apply the following 5 principles to ecommerce websites are poised to increase ecommerce conversion.
Whether a consumer goes from product awareness to shopping cart in 10 minutes or 10 months, the psychological journey is the same. Once brands and retailers take the time to understand buying intent at each stage of the customer journey, they can structure better strategies for product and business.
Getting traffic to your site is one thing, and converting then is another. Unfortunately, many ecommerce stores experience a high bounce rate because they fail to provide what shoppers are looking for: A great shopping experience beyond price and quality. These 5 tips will help you deliver a seamless experience that converts.
With online trends set to outlive the pandemic itself, ecommerce brands are reckoning with an increasingly competitive online landscape in which consumers are more than willing to change their brand loyalties if it means a better customer journey. Here are four ways to drive sales and engagement in the current environment.
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.