Spring Cleaning Your Outdated Content

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Could your old content be scaring away visitors? When we think about Spring Cleaning, most people imagine dusting shelves, clearing out closets, or everyone’s favorite: washing baseboards. However, if you’re planning to clean your home this spring, you may want to think about your website as well. (After all – it’s the home of your business) More specifically, I’m talking … Read More

Marketing To Your Customer’s New Year Mindset

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Ah, the New Year’s Resolution. For many an annual tradition, goals can range from improving health to knocking items off a bucket list. The idea of making resolutions at the beginning of the year is popular around the world, with its roots in ancient Babylon. Although international statistics were not available, domestically, about half of the U.S. population participates in … Read More

Using Wishlists Beyond the Holidays

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When You Wish Upon a List Many people think of wishlists as being applicable only on special occasions. Children often make wishlists for Santa Claus. Parents may create a wishlist for a baby shower. Brides and grooms-to-be often “register” at particular stores, in effect, creating a wishlist. While these uses of wishlists can be very effective on special occasions, many … Read More

Optimizing Frequency of Remarketing Emails

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Blast from the Past:   At one point, email remarketing campaigns were known by a much more aggressive name: Email Blasts. As one might expect, such campaigns suffered from poor public perception. Think about it; would you want to have your email address “blasted” by a company you entrusted with your personal information? Such tactics are not only generally ineffective, … Read More

Three Ways to Get More from Your Q4

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Q4 can seem like a magical time for online retailers, and for good reason. It’s the only time of year that virtually every person in the country is looking to purchase multiple gifts. Revenues generally go up for retail businesses, whether online or brick and mortar. However, since nearly all of them are looking to advertise, the price of paid … Read More

Do you have the 7 essentials of Social Proof?

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For those unfamiliar, social proof is the psychological phenomenon of how people’s behavior can be swayed to conform to the behaviors of the people around them. It’s the celebrity on the billboard wearing the jacket you now want. It’s the laugh track on your TV comedy show. It’s your friends doing your bragging for you to the cutie at happy … Read More

How to keep competitors from stealing your sales.

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Almost half of your potential customers say they will “gladly switch brands to use a coupon.” For mobile coupon users, it’s even worse; six in ten. Why those no-good, two-faced, traitorous customers! Right? Wrong: Customer loyalty isn’t a right. It’s an asset, which means you have to build it. And if you’re not building loyalty, your website may be taking … Read More

10% off: A Retrospective.

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We’ve all been on an online retail site, browsing the store, only to have a “10% off” ad appear just as we were about to leave. There’s a good chance that ad was even brought to you by UpSellit! These “exit offers” are the foundations of behavioral marketing, reading the invisible tells of the consumer as he or she moves the mouse … Read More

Why Your E-Commerce Site Needs Live Chat

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A positive customer experience is one of the hallmarks of a company’s long-term success. One of the keys to providing an exceptional customer experience is giving customers the ability to speak with your company directly when they have questions, comments, or concerns.   For e-commerce sites — which are typically known for being streamlined, it might not be feasible to … Read More