Category Archives:Ecommerce

  • How to Create Effective E-commerce Product Pages [Infographic]

    Creating effective E-commerce product pages is extremely important for better customer experience and high conversion rates. Check out our Infographic to find out How to Create Effective E-commerce Product Pages in 21 simple steps.

    Infographic by- Invesp

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    Did you know

    The average abandonment rate of shopping cart is 65.23% The average conversion rate of E-commerce store is only 2.13% The higher the average order value the lower the product

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  • The Five Ecommerce Holiday Promotions Your Customers Want Most

    There’s one area of the data you can use right now to improve your 2012 holiday sales.

    Check out the Factors That Influence Holiday Purchases the Most.

    While all the infographic’s information is interesting, this info is interesting AND actionable.

    Why? Let’s first look at the factors that influence holiday purchases the most, (in order of % respondents):

    55% Free Shipping 37% Last Minute Sales 29% Coupons 16% Gift Sets or Complementary Items 8% Flexible Payment Plans

    What do all these factors have in common?

    They all make great holiday promotions. Purchase decisions are influenced more by promotions than by

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  • Three Sales-Boosting Advantages of Using Social Logins

    Here’s some good news and bad news for ecommerce retailers: you are pioneers. That’s bad news because ecommerce is still in its infancy and those who use it will suffer pioneering difficulties and hardship as it matures.

    But it’s also good news because, as a pioneer, you can develop ecommerce according to your needs and wean it from its inefficient ways ahead of your competition.

    How? Make it easier for customers to buy from you.

    Web shoppers have time and again expressed frustration with the processes of buying online, including being asked for too much information and overly complex checkout procedures.

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  • One Big Question About A/B Testing

    I’m not going to give a full explanation of A/B testing, or mulitvariate testing, here. First, I’m no expert and second, Ayat Shukairy gives as good an explanation as any in her post on multivariate testing for the Invesp blog.

    Briefly, A/B testing involves the selection a certain elements of your website or landing pages, such as the images you use, your call-to-action buttons. page layout, etc., and testing them against other options for those elements to see which option performs best.

    A simple example would be an online form with a grey CTA button at the bottom of the

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  • 4 Tips for Improving Your Ecommerce UX

    Improving the sales of your ecommerce site does not rely only on your marketing, product, value and incentives. As we mentioned in previous posts, there’s an increasing amount of data showing that improvements to your site’s user experience (UX), especially during the checkout process, can significantly cut checkout abandonment rates and improve sales.

    In a recent post that expands upon the findings of their Ecommerce Checkout Usability research study of the 100 top-grossing ecommerce sites, Smashing Magazine lists some of the most glaring and surprisingly persistent checkout practices that can adversely affect UX.

    A quick look at the study’s findings

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  • Can Content Cure Your Cart Abandonment Headaches?

    Content is like aspirin for ecommerce marketers. It’s the versatile old standby in a world of newer, more sophisticated (and expensive) options.

    But not only does content take away your search engine optimization headaches, it makes you look better to your customers, improves the circulation of visitors and prevents heart-stopping falls from Google’s graces. And, also like aspirin, it seems that everyday someone finds a new use for it.

    The problem of shopping cart abandonment is fascinating. Not because it’s any more interesting or sexier than any other ecommerce problem, but because it is so huge and so many retailers

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  • US Online Ad Spending Statistics

    Detailed Infographic covering the latest US Online Ad Spending Statistics for Search Engines, Online Display Advertising, Online Video Ads and Social Media Ad Spending

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    US Ad Spend On Search Engines

    Year Search Ad Spending

    ( In Billions) %age Change 2011 15.36 27.9% 2012 19.51 27.0% 2013 22.86 17.2% 2014 25.41 11.2% 2015 27.37 7.7% 2016 29.11 6.3%

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  • Should Headlines Dictate Your Mobile Ecommerce Strategy?

    If you’re involved in any way with ecommerce, you’ve heard for the last couple years that the mobile ecommerce wave is about to come crashing in and change ecommerce forever. But, even if you squint a bit, it’s tough to see as much as a noteworthy swell on the horizon.

    If you’ve invested in mobile ecommerce, you’re ahead of the wave. Depending on how far you took it, it can be relatively inexpensive and when the wave comes in, you’ll surf it longer than the rest.

    If you haven’t yet mobilized your ecommerce, you may want to hold on just

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