Turning to a full-fledged ecommerce platform is not always an option for some organizations, because this can turn out to be too expensive (with monthly payments and all,) and you may already have a website built and you'd rather expand that platform as opposed to transferring everything to a more cookie cutter system like Shopify or Bigcommerce.
Can you feel the itch? The online learning market has been expanding exponentially of late and is expected to hit $37.6 billion in value by next year. Yet all we’ve been doing is churning out content after another for our blogs, without a solid strategy for monetizing knowledge and expertise.
Well, the good thing is that your blog has already won you some online following, and possibly even a decent email list. So, tell you what- how about we combine all that with the powerful eLearning features on Teachable?
If you’re looking for tips about how to grow your newsletter list, here is a 4 step guide collect email addresses for you ecommerce store or business.
According to a 2018 report by Monetate, a first-time customer, on average, will take about three and a half shopping sessions- over about 25 days- to finally make up their mind and close a sale.
Let that sink in for a minute.
In other words, you probably have better chances of seeing a full cycle of all four moon phases before you finally convert a new visitor into a paying customer. And that’s only if you’re lucky enough to repeatedly host them in your site.
Lately, there has been a lot of buzz about conversational e-commerce. That it’s about to transform the entire face of online customer service. That we soon might be having virtual customer service robots taking over our message boxes.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m open to this whole idea. I find it quite intriguing actually- not the robotic stalkers, but rather the endless possibilities that come with conversational ecommerce.
One notable model, for instance, leverages co-viewing technology to empower customer support. Quite a simple approach when you come to think of it, but one that can substantially impact both support and sales teams.
Let me say this straight.
If this page took just five more seconds to load, chances are you wouldn’t be reading this. You’d probably be a mile or so down the web road, paying attention to a different page that “respects” your time.
Admit it. That’s, undoubtedly, one of the most bizarre facts about today’s web users.
This Unbounce review explores its primary features, the corresponding functionalities, overall pricing plans, plus the type of users the platform is built for.
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably tried out landing pages before. And so have many marketers and most ecommerce businesses.
Admit it. It’s not surprising that 65% of businesses feel that traffic and lead generation is, by far, their biggest challenge when it comes to marketing. It’s not a walk in the park.
What makes it worse is the fact that even when you invest heavily in traffic generation, your visitors don’t automatically translate to leads. In essence, 96% of your site’s traffic is not ready to buy yet. That’s why we’ve grown fond of taking them through the corresponding lead generation systems.
This Paystack review covers all the important elements- its features, capabilities, pricing, and the target user base.
We’re currently in a revolutionary ecommerce age. So they say.
And I have to give it to them. Because going by the current digital trends, they are completely right. Ecommerce is currently experiencing phenomenal growth globally, and payments are increasingly going paperless.