With online and store checkout being such a vital part of the overall customer experience, prioritize enhancing your payment processes to ensure a smooth and frictionless journey. This leads to lower online cart abandonment rates, larger basket sizes, higher retention rates and more revenue. Here three critical elements to include.
One strategy to build effective customer relationships is to integrate subscription programs into an ecommerce offering. Providing clear, consistent communication and establishing demonstrates you truly know your customer. And personalization, convenience and cost savings creates an affinity for your brand and authentic connections.
Delivering a prime customer service experience is not just about having enough staff or responding in a timely and efficient manner. Customers have options, and in order to keep customers in your corner, you have to ensure that the customer service team is not only strong, but supported, informed, and experienced.
The traditional approach to personalized product recommendations will almost certainly miss the mark for customers and deliver weak business results. The true measure of effective personalization will be your ability to understand someone’s current contexts, and deliver exactly what they’re looking for in the moment of need.
Fast delivery, once a way to really stand out, has become standard and the effort to add on new features and faster speeds is starting to look like a race to the bottom. Shipping is important, but brands need to redefinine customer interactions and reimagine the impact on operations in order to really differentiate themselves.
As the pandemic settled in, many were looking to escape urban environs and get back to the land. Letitia Webster, Tractor Supply’s SVP of ecommerce, omnichannel and MDM, and a keynote at Ecommerce Operations Summit (Aug. 17-18, Nashville) talks about how her team met this new demand and improved processes along the way.