Posts Tagged “Ecommerce”

Ecommerce Tools You Should (And Shouldn’t) Use

Posted on January 26th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Ecommerce accounted for less than 10% of retail sales in America last year. That’s a shockingly low figure, especially considering most consumers express a preference for shopping online rather than in-store. Almost everyone has easy access to the internet, yet too few of us feel confident about clicking Buy Now. And despite numerous predictions about…

Ten Tips for Boosting Ecommerce Conversion Rates

Posted on September 19th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

There’s always more that can be done to improve ecommerce conversion rates. Online audiences are constantly expanding and maturing, while ecommerce systems become more sophisticated with every passing year. Yet less than one in ten American retail dollars is spent online. That’s remarkably low given our reliance on (and familiarity with) the internet. There are…

Ten Tips for Increasing Website Conversions

Posted on September 5th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

A great deal is made about the importance of driving traffic to your website. From advertising to SEO, many companies focus their efforts on getting people to their homepage. Having invested heavily in traffic generation, these firms then forget to focus on maximizing conversion rates – the primary function of most ecommerce websites. There will…

Fitting Room of the Future

Posted on May 19th, 2017 by Guest Blogger

One of the sectors to be truly overhauled by the digital age is clothing retail. E-commerce is a big hit with shoppers, with the availability of services like Asos which make browsing, returns, and payment easy and seamless online. Furthermore, subscription services like Trunk Club have tapped into habitual shopping According to figures in the…

Your Cart Is Suffering From Abandonment Issues! Do Something!

Posted on March 21st, 2017 by Neil Cumins

By the year 2020, it’s estimated that global ecommerce sales will be worth $4 trillion. That’s more than double the $1.9 trillion recorded last year, demonstrating the burgeoning popularity of online shopping. From Amazon Dash buttons to abandoned cart emails offering one-touch purchases, every effort is being made to encourage sales. Yet despite this, two…

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