Cyber Monday, which falls on the first Monday after Thanksgiving, is the online sibling event to Black Friday. Forget the crowds; there’s often free shipping, and you can buy pretty much everything you need online. If you know what you want, Cyber Monday may be the way to shop, which saves you more time to enjoy Thanksgiving Day and the rest of week / weekend with friends and family.
With 2013 online holiday spending predicted to increase 15.1% to $61.8 billion, this infographic from cleverbridge provides data and pro tips to help companies increase conversion rates during the holiday season by optimizing their shopping cart, email marketing, mobile, paid search and social. It’s not too late to apply these tips to help boost your end-of-the-year revenue.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that about sixty percent of start-ups survive up to three years in the competitive world of business, and only thirty-five percent will make it past their 10th year. When it comes to start-up internet businesses, the failure rate is said to be even higher, with a few studies reporting failure rates as high as ninety percent. Some internet-based businesses even fail as quickly as within the first 120 days of operation.
The eCommerce landscape is rapidly changing. Cue Commerce has created the following “eCommerce Today” infographic which is full of stats and tips in relation to ecommerce websites,integration, and marketing.
PHP Genie takes a look at Shopify and Magento Go’s ecommerce systems’ strengths and weaknesses. Which came out on top? Which is best for you? Read on to find out.
Which is the best ecommerce system? This infographic from WebNet Hosting provides a detailed comparison of the three most popular ecommerce system.
The objective of any business, be it brick-mortar or web based, is to maximize sales for greater profits. Like real world, it is achieved in the web realm by focusing on marketing and advertising. While efforts in mentioned fields bring fresh traffic, changing those potential visitors into buyers depends entirely on conversion funnel and related elements. Higher sales can be achieved by keeping buyer psychology in mind.
Would you like to increase conversions, decrease operation costs, and polish your ecommerce strategy? All of this and more is possible through a re-platforming of your online business. Times and technology change and you can bet that your competition is looking for ways to get ahead. A re-platforming can bring long-term, sustainable growth, while keeping up with the most recent technologies.
The trend has been steady and clear – e-commerce is no longer on the sidelines. Shopping online has become mainstream. If you’re aren’t attempting to build your business online, then you aren’t trying to build your business. The infographic below by PayLoadz outlines the leaps and bounds that have taken place in the arena of e-commerce during the last five years. If you haven’t joined the movement yet, now is the time.
Here, you can get an overview of the e-commerce industry, evaluate various CMSs, make a decision about which one is best for your company and take a confident step forward to set up your first online store by making use of this infographic published by FORIX. It is replete with information, statistics and illustrations such as the date of release of the CMS, the latest version, the platform used and the number of websites using it.
Get your romance on! February 14th is just around the corner. That means people are shopping for that “special someone” for Valentine’s Day. It’s time to go beyond chocolates and flowers to increase online sales on this important retail holiday. Below are 10 tips from Vendio you can use that will make St. Valentine proud.
In this infographic from GO-Globe.com, you will learn more about latest e-commerce statistics and trends of China, the country with highest online population.
Retail has moved far from the days of Mom & Pop stores where customers were known by name. But connecting with customers across physical and virtual touch points is more important than ever – especially to the Digital Divas. Demandware takes a look at these digital divas and explores why they matter in the following infographic.