A few days before Valentine’s Day, an email from RueLaLa.com landed in my inbox. It’s by far one of the most creative email marketing campaigns I’ve seen, ever, and I wanted to share it with you.
The idea of cross-selling basically means offering people alternatives and additions to the current product they are considering. The most common way of doing this is by presenting manually-assigned “related products” somewhere on the site’s product details pages.
How structured are you when it comes to your e-commerce marketing plans? Sure, if you’re a bigger company, you probably have at least one employee dedicated to marketing, if not an entire department. But smaller companies often try to squeeze marketing in as an after-thought
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As a follow up to my last post, “How to Hire the Right E-Commerce Designer“, I want to talk about the same concept from the customer’s point of view. No matter how good your design and development team is, if you, personally, suck as a client, the project is doomed to failure. Go back and […]
If you’re building a new site or redesigning an existing one, chances are good that you’ll be researching and interviewing web designers to create the right front-end design experience for your site. But good websites don’t come cheap. How can you make sure you’re not wasting your money? How can you choose the right e-commerce […]
I love making buttons. They’re fun, there’s a huge variety, and they make an incredible difference to a site. The size, color, shape, and style of your buttons can trigger a difference the conversion rate of an e-commerce site. Buttons that stand out from the rest of the site’s designs are essential – if they […]
We’ve all heard that “content is king”, and it’s just as true for an e-commerce site as it is for a news site, blog, or any other website. But one of the common myths in e-commerce is that it’s good enough to throw up a two-sentence description and a bland image from the product manufacturer, […]
Niche stores that focus on a small range of products have a luxury of often being able to limit their top-level categories to a few choices. An old rule of thumb was to aim for seven choices in any navigation menu, based on Miller’s Law, which states that the human mind can only remember 7 […]
Internet users have always been wary of providing personal and financial information online, but as the web has grown, so has the number of transactions, as well as the number of sites seeking orders for products or services. Customers have grown more accustomed to providing their information to many kinds of businesses, but privacy concerns […]