In this article, StoreYa CEO Yariv Dror explains what merchants need to know about starting their ad campaigns with Google AdWords.
Experience has shown that creating “personas” can be extremely useful. These are fictional characters meant to represent a particular set of customers. In this article, we show you how to create personas for your online shop.
“Who is my target audience?” This question is one that merchants should ideally consider before they even open their online shop. Admittedly, it can be hard to come up with the right answer, particularly to start with. Even so, it remains a worthwhile exercise. You should therefore make time initially to think about your target audience in some detail. In this article, we provide you with further relevant background information and suggest some ways in which you can get to know your target audience better.
For you as an online merchant, acquiring customers for your shop is one of the most exciting tasks. There are many marketing channels available for directing potential customers to your shop. But which of them are the most promising ones and are worth the effort?
The Videolean app for your ePages shop makes it easy to create beautiful videos for your shop.
The ePages apps Hootsuite und GetSocial support you with promoting your company on social networks and with acquiring new customers.
Google My Business allows you to present your company directly on Google. This has many benefits and can drive new customers to your shop. Larissa Murillo from MarketGoo lets you know in this guest article what you should pay attention to when creating your Google My Business page.
Internet psychologist Graham Jones gives valuable insights on how to inspire your visitors and understand your audience.
Ever wondered why some companies are worth so much and others so little when on the surface they all sell the same things? Well, it’s because some simply sell products and others package their products in meaning; they sell a lifee, an experience or a philosophy.
According to the "Pareto principle", 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. This can also be the case for ecommerce, where business leaders often find out that 80% of their profits come from 20% of their customers. In order to assure their profitability, these merchants just have to ensure that 20% continue to buy from their shop. In this guest article, Internet psychologist Graham Jones presents advice on how to keep loyal customers.