One of the most challenging lifts for your marketing department is to find customers who want to engage and then regularly interact with them. Building and fostering an online community solves that concern by giving customers a way to come to you for the conversation beyond any helpdesk needs.
When people want to talk about your products, they will. What an online community does is bring that all to you, allowing you to analyze the data, interact with fans, and solve issues before they negatively impact sales.
Upgrading your company’s website CMS is always a headache. From web pages and blog articles to images, videos, and even metadata, there’s a huge amount of content to identify, categorize, and move.
But not all companies have the same challenge ahead of them when they decide to upgrade their CMS. For instance, small companies usually have less complex web environments to migrate than mid-sized or large companies, making their transition more manageable.
As today’s technology advances to meet consumer expectations, the most successful companies are rising to the challenge with high-performing websites that go beyond merely establishing a web-based property.
If you're not using social media as part of your company's marketing efforts, then you're not marketing as effectively as you could be. And this could be frittering away your marketing budget.
In this digital age, social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ provide a way for you to boost brand awareness, reach out to a critical mass of customers and potential clients, and increase site traffic on your e-commerce site. But you first need a good plan to use social media as a marketing tool -- and that includes understanding how to measure ROI.
Bundling and kitting products is a great idea on a number of levels. Kitting (aka “bundling”) is the grouping/pairing, packaging, and marketing of separate but related, complimentary, and compatible products for sale or presentation as one unit. Multiple products are sold as an individual SKU. “Kitting” and “bundling” are interchangeable terms in this context.
Companies, merchants, and promotional teams love product bundling because it just makes their job easier, it makes them more effective, expands choices, makes their customers happy, and is a powerful tool for moving merchandise and increasing revenue.
Maybe you’ve heard of Snapchat. It’s an app that allows users to send photos and short videos to other users – but after a limited amount of time, the material vanishes. This feature made Snapchatnotorious especially among teens, who found it easier to get away with sexting and bullying when the evidence disappeared.
But Snapchat’s demographic is widening. Now moms love it too, and pretty much any female between the ages of 18 and 35.
If this sounds like a good target audience for your brand, you’re in luck. While not as well-equipped for businesses as other social media platforms, it is possible for you to establish a presence, gain visibility, and increase sales with Snapchat. Read on to learn how.
In today’s business world personalizing web-based content, and its delivery, to meet each user’s needs is a competitive imperative for online enterprises. To be most effective, information should be tailored to individual users’ preferences and status, including the type of device they use.
Adrecom’s CMS Suite delivers the solutions you need to design and implement highly effective personalization techniques that offer tailor-made environments to visitors. By offering dynamic content that varies with user behavior, choices, status, and needs, you dramatically enhance your website’s utility, magnetism, and user comfort levels—which, of course, translates into higher conversion rates.
Nearly all products have options of some type or another and presenting them clearly is of great benefit to businesses. I look at the benefits of how product variations can improve your business and make your customers happy.
A cosmetics website has many products, while each product has a number of color or shade options. The user interface was designed to feature color swatches related to the product. The product variations here allows the e-commerce and purchasing process to be simplified. The customer doesnâ€™t have to see the same product multiple times with the different colors but rather see a clear presentation of the products with its options. This example illustrates how product integration can improve navigation on the page and search results throughout the site. This simplified presentation with the improved user experience leads to an improvement in the revenue stream.