During the lockdown, I picked this new hobby of binging marketing podcasts every single day. At first, it was a way of trying to avoid lockdown boredom, but it ended up being a regular in my everyday to-do list.
The more I inhaled different podcasts is the more I started to realize that there’s nothing to lose by making podcasts a part of my regular lifestyle – but essentially everything to gain. So far it has been truly amazing –you’d be surprised by the amount of expert knowledge you can get from these audio chunks.Read More
Convincing customers to buy from you over and over again has never been an easy feat.
Sometimes it becomes a bit easier when you have a predictable and repeatable strategy that is built to reward recurring engagement.
Yes, I mean something like a loyalty program.
Used right, loyalty programs can encourage repeat purchases and turn first-time buyers into brand advocates.Read More
One major trait that defines top-notch customer service is understanding consumer behavior –the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and all the activities associated with the purchase, use, and disposal of goods and services, including the consumer’s emotional, mental and behavioral responses that precede or follow these activities.
Creating a product that customers cherish is not an easy thing to do, especially if you don’t know what drives their buying behavior.
Before you come up with a product or service, it’s really helpful to tap into the world of consumer psychology and borrow insights from there. This is important because …Read More
Measuring Customer Service Effectiveness: eCommerce Customer Service and Support Metrics that matter
One of our main jobs as digital marketers is to always look to enhance the customer experience on every touchpoint that customers might have with our brands.
Without tracking several key performance indicators, it’s impossible for any of us to deliver a positive customer experience.
If you ask any digital marketer, they will tell you that today almost nothing goes unmeasured. In fact, today’s marketing subscribes to Lord Kelvin’s way of thinking: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.”Read More
In this day and age, we do not expect to see eCommerce shops that do not have gift cards and wish lists features on their websites.
In fact, this has to be one of the unwritten laws governing the world of retail eCommerce.
Regardless of the size of your online shop, your customers’ shopping experience and conversions can be enhanced just by adding those two features.
We have come across case studies where gift cards and wishlists were the difference between an eCommerce shop that has a high conversion rate and one that has low sales.
Folks, gift cards and …Read More
11 E-Commerce Discount Pricing Strategies That Will Increase Conversion Rate of Your e-Commerce Website
Discount pricing, done correctly, can help you gain and retain loyal customers in both good and bad times.
But when executed poorly, it can program your customers to only make a purchase when a product is on discount. And that, obviously, diminishes your brand value.
So what is the difference between a discount pricing done correctly and one that is handled incorrectly?Read More
After so many years in this business, and working with e-commerce companies, in particular, it’s interesting to see how they all operate quite differently. But outwardly, and to the customer, most are just copycats of each other.
Take any women’s clothing category page and remove the logo – is there anything different besides the selection of items and the prices? Companies focus too much on price – because that is what they believe will help distinguish them in a crowded market.
But I’d argue we are struggling with monotony over anything. Visitors looking for a unique experience. Visitors are looking …Read More
Customers don’t think like we do. And similarly, what we may think looks or sounds right for our company and website, or what may be a primary motivator of visitors, could (and is most likely) completely off.
Elizabeth Wellington explains;
“Customers give information that reveals their attitudes (how they think they should behave) rather than behaviors (how they actually make decisions)”
But conversions and the path that leads to those conversions is highly driven by the customer. The image of a funnel is what comes to mind when many think of conversions, however, because the customer is irrational and highly distracted, …Read More
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