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eCommerce owners have a seemingly limitless number of ways to design a site and achieve a desired look and feel. Unfortunately, limitless isn’t a term e-retailers have in their budgets. Our Art Director, Dilek Katgi, breaks down 6 design trends that make sense for eCommerce and shouldn’t be going out of style anytime soon:
Our Big List of eCommerce Strategies is back and today we’re looking at offers and promotions. Carefully planned promotions provide benefits to both customers and retailers. Here are six ways you can boost sales with eCommerce offers.
We’re back with part two of our Big List of eCommerce Strategies. Today we’re breaking down email with 8 tips to make the most of your mailing list. This direct form of customer contact requires new approaches and a gentle touch to succeed.
A staple in eCommerce marketing, engaging in paid search is only the first step in maximizing its potential. There are many ways to optimize paid search for increased conversion and return on your initial ad investment. Here’s how to those ads work for you:
For the first time in history, internet advertising revenues have surpassed those from broadcast television advertising. In 2013, online ads pulled in $42.8 billion while television reached $40.3 billion.Â Although the announcement today from IAB isn’t shocking, it does mark a momentous moment for eCommerce retailers and advertisers who have been watching the rise of […]
Amazon is a little crazy about its customers… and the customers seem to like it. So how is Amazon’s self-investment helping them dominate the eCommerce market? Let’s take a look through a couple of examples of their obsessive customer service…
It’s a model you’re undoubtedly familiar with. Newspapers, magazines, cable and phone services, music clubs, and food clubs are all common examples of subscription commerce. Heck, the milkman has been delivering on a subscription basis since the 1800s. So what explains the recent resurgence of subcom companies?
A constant struggle in eCommerce conversion rate optimization is reducing shopping cart abandonment. Your visitors have shown a great deal of interest in your product, they’ve even put it in their shopping cart, so why are you still losing two thirds of them? Here’s how to win back some of those abandoners and get your […]
Taking your established eCommerce store to international markets is a move that requires a lot of research, planning, and know-how. And depending on how soon you want to start and how much you are willing to spend, there are many avenues you can take to get there.
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The research is done, you have chosen the product, and youâ€™re ready to sell. Well, almost. You still need to get your hands on the actual goods. Like most steps in eCommerce, you have multiple options with different benefits and risks. Here are the four most common methods of inventory acquisition for eCommerce stores.