Mike Mallazzo — July 24, 2017 — July 24, 2017 ar130405 / Pixabay How boosting performance onsite delivers exponential returns at the top of the funnel. Much like Ray Kroc brilliantly comprehended decades ago, marketers today are slowly realizing that we are all in the real estate business. The only difference is while Kroc’s currency … Continue reading The Economics of eCommerce Conversion Optimization
Andy Beohar — July 24, 2017 Follow @sevenatomsbuzz — July 24, 2017 If you’ve visited the Seven Atoms blog before, you’re probably already aware that we’re huge fans of Facebook advertising—especially when it comes to ecommerce. If you don’t share that enthusiasm, we’ve got some news for you: you’re doing it wrong. Facebook campaigns for … Continue reading 4 Ways to Improve Your Ecommerce Facebook Campaigns
Tom Chapman — July 7, 2017 Follow @ThemusingsofTC — July 7, 2017 In this era of social media mania, making a positive impact with your posts is more desirable than ever. Most of us will have felt the buzz of receiving likes and affirmative comments on our own personal social media content, something many marketers … Continue reading Building Social Currency: What Social Media Can Teach Us About e-Commerce Optimization
Laura Cole — July 3, 2017 — July 3, 2017 While there is no doubt that eCommerce represents a true growth industry, there remains a surprising unwillingness among small business owners to embrace this. While eCommerce is growing at a rate of around 23% year-on-year, for example, 46% of independent entrepreneurs in the U.S. do … Continue reading 5 Things to Consider When Starting an Ecommerce Business
Ecommerce Leaving Billions Of Dollars Unclaimed by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, June 21, 2017 Qubit on Wednesday released results from a study analyzing more than two billion user journeys and 120 million purchases to determine the potential revenue uplift that ecommerce businesses can expect from specific optimization techniques. The company categorized 29 different … Continue reading Ecommerce Leaving Billions Of Dollars Unclaimed
Nicole Blanckenberg — June 2, 2017 Follow @https://twitter.com/StoreYaCom— June 2, 2017 Recently we gave you some real honest feedback on your online store; one of the main points we raised were UGC (user-generated content). Why? Because UCG is user reviews on steroids. UGC not only allows you to highlight reviews, but gives you a socially-friendly … Continue reading 5 Tools to Increase UGC, Pronto!
Sam Cyrus — June 2, 2017 — June 2, 2017 When you decide to take your business to a higher level and start an online shop, you are bound to be hit by a slew of information. Even with a firm grasp on how to conceptualize an online store, it is always good to make … Continue reading Essential Design Aspects for eCommerce Websites
Solid information architecture is a key ingredient in any successful SEO program, as it can help or hinder search engine crawlers. Columnist Trond Lyngbø provides tips for e-commerce sites looking to optimize their site structure. Trond Lyngbø on June 2, 2017 If you need water and decide that drilling a hole in Hoover … Continue reading Is your information architecture costing your e-commerce web shop millions in lost sales?
Gemma Baker — May 19, 2017 Follow @c4auk— May 19, 2017 Photo by Caden Crawford The shoppers experience starts the moment they enter your online store. From that instant their expectations have been set, and it is your website that is going to help them decide to take action, contacting your representatives, making a purchase, … Continue reading Pushing the Cart Along
By Victoria Klochkova May 5th, 2017 As broadband Internet becomes more widespread and accessible across the world, the share of video content is rapidly and inevitably growing. The majority of users regard video as the easiest medium to perceive. It is only natural, then, that YouTube, being the best-known video sharing service, is an … Continue reading Optimizing YouTube For E-commerce In 2017