For ecommerce sites, improving conversion rates is the name of the game. Finding more ways to convert visitors to buyers helps you make the most of the money you spend on driving traffic to your site. By improving your conversion rates, you spend less to make each sale.
Selecting the right ecommerce platform for creating and operating a web store can spell the difference between comfort and chaos, profit and loss for your business, especially if you’re a small business with limited resources and budgets that you just can't afford to throw away.
Record-breaking sales, mind-blowing revenues, and highest ever purchase rate per minute, makes this holiday season the most lucrative time for ecommerce businesses across the world.
Sometimes the thought of setting up Google Analytics can seem a little daunting,, especially if you are not familiar with the process. The purpose of this article will be to explain in as much detail as possible, how you can improve your ecommerce website by setting up Google Analytics.
I have to admit, the feeling of achievement that you get once your content strategy begins to bring in free and organic traffic is beyond words. It's beautiful to realize that all that hard work is finally starting to pay off, and perhaps even enabling you to celebrate in a few ways.
Everyone seems to have something to sell, but only a few know how to cultivate crazy checkouts. Slapping a product to your page doesn’t mean people will buy it. So what does?
How does a person make this happen for him/her? How does a person direct amazing traffic that will convert into paying customers? First you must have a checkout (with a product) that you can point to. Hint: try one of these ecommerce platforms.
When you start an ecommerce site you realize that there are loads of items that need to be checked, cross-checked and tested to ensure that your customers have a nice experience. That’s why I put together an expansive checklist for new ecommerce sites.
The infamous upsell: Some people cringe at the idea, bringing up images of used car salesmen, while others relish in its glory to reel in additional cash through their eCommerce sites.
If you run an eCommerce, take a look at your Shopping Cart and Checkout areas to see what your customers view right before they whip out their credit card and spend money on your site. Are there opportunities for them to purchase additional items? Do you at least try to ask people to share their purchases on social media sites? How about offering free shipping if they spend over a certain amount of money?