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Have a look at the tab bar of your browser. For this page you can see a red ePages “e” displayed there. An image like that is called favicon. In our article we explain you how you can easily use your own favicon for your shop and show some nice examples.
The trend of content marketing is here to stay - and it is also a great opportunity for small and medium sized businesses to get new customers and keep old ones. Katrina from LeadPath took some time to break it down for you to give you a kickstart in content marketing.
Considering some advertising to boost your ecommerce revenues? Over 2 billion people worldwide are monthly active on Facebook and 42% of marketers report that Facebook is critical or important to their business. Although having a business page on Facebook and sharing organic content is a must, a little advertising budget is the key to reaching a much wider audience. Here is an introduction to Facebook ads for driving traffic and sales to your online shop.
You have set up your online store, uploaded products and written product descriptions? Congratulations, your website is now open for business! But how to get your first customer, your first sale? We know that the beginnings are not always easy. Therefore we would like to present you a list of marketing ideas that will enable you to make your store known online and offline.
Let’s start off by pointing out that the title of this article has 3 words in it: Sex AND Shopping. Although it is tempting to skip it, the “and” is quite an important word for what we are going to talk about today. This article aims at honoring one of our favorite speakers, Graham Jones, who made a mind-blowing presentation at the Commerce Summit in Hamburg. Graham is a psychologist who specializes in Internet use and behavior. Here he explains how shopping and sex are related and how to take advantage of this perspective to succeed online.
With the ePages shop software, retailers can sell via their own online shop as well as through marketplaces like eBay. Changes to the eBay policies now require merchants to review their eBay listings.
David Loschelder is Professor for Business Psychology & Experimental Methods at the Institute of Management and Organizations at the Leuphana University in Lüneburg, Germany. We had the pleasure to have him as a guest during the Commerce Summit in Hamburg and our merchants loved his presentation on the psychology of pricing. Here is a summary of the best insights on price perception and great tips for improving your pricing strategy. Bonus: Learn how to make an extra 1,24€ for every product in your online store!
Dates such as Black Friday or Cyber Monday are now in the mind of everybody. Understanding the significance of these days is imperative in best utilising the pre-holiday period to boost your online sales. What are these dates and how can you prepare for their arrival?
For online retailers, summer tends to be a quiet period - customers are usually thinking about everything else other than spending their time on internet. However, September is approaching fast and with it, many seasonal promotions will pop up throughout the last quarter of the year: back-to-school, Halloween and Christmas, for example. So instead of trying hard to maintain your sales and invest all your efforts in summer promotions, benefit from the slow August to look ahead, review your shop and plan for the upcoming seasons. Here are a couple of things you can do to get yourself prepared for the last and most intense shopping quarter of the year:
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.