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- eCommerce Holiday Readiness, Part Two: Is Your Website Optimized for the Holiday Rush?
- eCommerce Holiday Readiness, Part One: Can Your Customer Service Handle Peak Season?
- Top Technology Trends Empowering Fulfillment Operations
- The Checkout Process: A Make-or-Break for eCommerce
- Data: An Email Marketer’s Best Friend
- New Year’s Resolution: Better Customer Care Staff Planning
- 3 Must-Have Site Enhancements for Holiday 2015
- 10 Website Design Nightmares (and How to Avoid Them)
- SEO for E-Commerce: Stay Ahead of Your Competition
- Speech Analytics: The Future of QA in Customer Care
When you’re an online retailer, the holiday season is all about “more.” If you have any doubts about your eCommerce platform, now is the time to improve it – there won’t be any breathing room between Black Friday and the New Year.
As we approach peak season, there are a few questions that all retailers are likely asking themselves. In part one of our three-part series, we strive to help you answer these important questions and bring you one step closer to a successful holiday season.
The eCommerce fulfillment market is complicated by its very nature. With so many retailers simultaneously managing online and brick-and-mortar operations, a tremendous amount of pressure is placed on the technology platforms that connect these two worlds.
Every element of the eCommerce purchase process is vital, but some may be going overlooked. The checkout process may seem a mere formality, something that has little power to sway minds either for or against a company – but those who specialize in eCommerce know better.
Industry best practices can be a very useful tool when it comes to sending your email marketing communications, but in order to deliver content that resonates with your audience, they should be accompanied by something even more powerful: Data.