Category Archives : E-commerce
The holiday season usually puts retailers in the black, but as the recession drags on, retailers have seen a slump in their holiday sales. With consumers buying fewer and less expensive gifts, creating homemade decorations, and downsizing their holiday parties, retailers find it difficult to achieve pre-recession sales numbers.
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If your business is not using email marketing to create brand loyalty, then you're missing an opportunity. Here are seven strategies to get you started.
When a potential customer visits your store, adds items to their cart, and begins to checkout, but doesn't finish - that's called an abandoned cart.
Abandoned carts are a pretty big problem for most merchants - and one of the most effective ways to recover them is with a series of emails triggered to the potential customer after they abandon.
Let's look at some ways to minimize annoyance with abandoned cart emails.
Discouraged by the abandoned carts on your ecommerce site?
Shopping cart abandonment remains a major ecommerce concern. To help manage this problem, here are tips to help significantly lower shopping cart abandonment.
Should you be using email marketing?
How do you stay in touch with your existing customer base? Do you have a database of customer email addresses? Are you taking full advantage of this information? Need to communicate to your customer’s on a recurring basis? Do you have a new product or service to announce?