Dana Roth from Shopial gives advice on how to use Instagram to boost your sales.
In this guest article, Anna Buchalova from MonkeyData tells you how to grow the revenue of your online shop by analysing the most important KPIs.
One of the biggest benefits of social media is that it’s free. This is true from a monetary perspective, but often what it doesn’t cost you in money it will cost you in time. What I mean is; if you really want to achieve success on social media with unpaid (organic) content alone, you’ll need to share relevant updates on a regular and consistent basis.
E-mail Marketing may seem a rather intrusive marketing practice, but it is actually considered one of the most effective techniques for increasing your sales. E-mails are sent straight to the customer's smartphone, tablet or computer, and therefore reach the user directly. In this article, we will look at the different types of e-mails that you can send to your customers in order to create a more special relationship with them.
Many small and medium businesses owners (SMBs) fear tackling the beast that is known as online marketing as they feel they do not have adequate experience or know-how to do it properly. In order to convince you that online marketing is not only essential to your online business' success but also that it can be easy to do, here are our 5 main reasons we believe online marketing is worth a second look.
Communication is everything – especially when it comes to the relationship between your customers and you. To establish a good connection with the buyers of your shop and to convert them into repeating customers, it is essential to establish a good basis of communication.
This article from Lars Tinnefeld, e-mail marketing expert at Trusted Shops, provides you with an overview of the most important KPIs for your newsletters and how to measure them.
Customer reviews are essential for your shop: They not only help your visitors with their buying decision, but also show them some "social proof". In our short video you can learn more about this topic.
Online consumer behaviour is something every business website owner would love to predict. After all, if you could predict how your customers would behave you could produce exactly the right kind of website and be sure of guaranteed success. Sadly, it’s not that easy. Indeed, it is not as easy as it is in the “real world” of retail, for instance.
For many merchants, the Christmas time stays the most profitable period of the year. But what about Easter? In our article you can learn how to increase your revenue during the time before the holidays.