With the world of selling shifting beneath them, modern ecommerce businesses need to find ways to stay on their feet. High rates of shopping cart abandonment are a symptom of a failing webshop. Luckily, there are ways to overcome it.
There are countless ways to make your products more attractive to customers: by putting together a short educational video, drawing detailed illustrations, or conjuring insightful infographics. Each one of these methods has its own advantages and disadvantages, but we’re here to tell you a cost-effective way of providing each one of your products with a unique identity. "So what’s the secret?" we hear you ask. It all lies in a good story.
Providing the bonafide user experience is a key milestone in the digital transformation of a traditional business. The description of goods is the last step in the creation of such an experience for a future customer, who will navigate your site, check out the available options, and buy one of the thousands of products you have to offer. So, how do you quickly prepare thousands of engaging product descriptions for an online shop, encourage customers to buy, and allow your company to meet its transformation targets?
What a marketer should do to bring the company to the top ranks of online retailers? Should he/she buy a banner or YouTube advertising? There are more efficient ways of boosting online sales and all of them rely on quality content. Let’s take a closer look at the content which will transform the company into an e-commerce leader.
Infographic facilitates the perception of information by customers and investors — we’ve already reiterated on this in numerous articles and we keep explaining it to our customers.
Friends! We are delighted to announce that our infographic guide to energy has become a finalist for the Content Marketing Awards 2018 in the Best Special Topic Issue category. This unique project that demonstrates
Once a year every communications professional is dealing with annual report. It’s a real boot camp which will remain in the memory of even most experienced PR Director. But there’s a problem — it never attracts attention of a large audience. The project, in which communications department invests enormous amount of time and energy, almost always collects dust somewhere in the depth of "About Us’ section and rarely attracts the attention of the business audience.