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Shopping Cart Abandonment: Statistics & Insights

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Did you know that, in average, shopping carts get abandoned in 68.63% of the times? While this statistic may present a discouraging fact for small retail owners, the truth is that this rate is alarming even for large enterprises. The reality is that you can undoubtedly utilize your shopping cart system, and increase the number […]

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14 Apr, 16

Increasing Conversions: UI & UX

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When we speak of Conversion Rate Optimization for Ecommerce, in the year 2016 you should definitely focus your efforts on taking the guesswork out of your user-centric design. This should be your number one priority. It is important that we understand that there are certain standards in the contemporary world of online business. There are […]

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14 Mar, 16

Valentine’s Day Ecommerce Strategies: How Alternative Payments affect your ROI

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Key Insights for a Successful Strategy Love can certainly be crazy sometimes, but it can also be crazy lucrative. According to the National Retail Federation, on the Valentine’s Day 2016, it is expected that US businesses alone will accumulate an astonishing figure of $19.7 billion in revenue. One more interesting conclusion is the fact that […]

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06 Feb, 16

Improving the Customer Experience with Live Chat

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Walmart has it’s greeters, Kinko’s has co-workers, Apple Stores have Specialists.You have …..a web page. It can’t say “hello”, tell the user that socks are on aisle 7, or provide instant customer support, or can it? Closing the distance on the customer’s journey to a relationship building experience just might be live chat. Email and […]

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12 Nov, 15

5 Easy A/B Tests for your Online Shop

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The easiest way to increase your web shop’s sales may be just a few small changes away. The term “A/B testing” is simply seeing how one variant performs against another. Often this is cited when comparing one version of a web page or website against another. The outcome may be derived from data such as time […]

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15 Oct, 15

5 Annoying Things Still on Most Websites

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Would you read your homepage if you were a new visitor? The thing about creating a great user experience is that often we need to edit down our grand plan. Here are 5 annoying things you might be doing on your website: 1. Stop rolling out the welcome wagon Don’t waste your headline with a […]

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24 Sep, 15