Google My Business allows you to present your physical store directly on Google. This has many benefits and can drive new customers to your online shop as well. Larissa Murillo from MarketGoo lets you know in this guest article what you should pay attention to when creating your Google My Business page.
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.
Just like with brick-and-mortar retail, the requirement for strong sales in ecommerce is that an adequate number of customers find their way to your store and enter it. In this article, Ines Maione from clickworker provides helpful tips for this.
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.
This year’s “MetaPack Consumer Research Report” investigated the role played by delivery in ecommerce and what merchants can do to fulfil their customers’ expectations. The report is based on an online survey of 3,589 consumers in the US, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and Italy.
The Internet is a huge universe filled with interesting and inspiring content. In this series on our blog we are going to share with you plenty of links that for one or another reason have called our attention and could call yours too.