Ever wish you could touch, hold, or try out a product while shopping online? Imagine being able to see products from every angle with 360-degree views, examine how each feature works with the click of a button, or virtually "try on" clothes and accessories before making a purchase. That’s the future of e-commerce—it's called visual commerce and it's a game-changing concept that makes online shopping more engaging and interactive.
When it comes to eCommerce, crafting effective product descriptions is an art that can make or break your online business. While captivating product visuals are an important part of your product detail page (PDP), equally so is pairing them with persuasive and informative product descriptions.
Kicking off the holiday season with a bang, Amazon Prime Big Deal Days proved to be a success, despite the Consumer Price Index rising in September. While most experts predicted a reluctance to spend, mimicking last year’s Prime Early Access Sale, this year’s fall event surpassed last year’s with Prime members saving over $1 billion across millions of deals.
The pandemic significantly influenced Black Friday Cyber Monday eCommerce sales, with record highs in such a small time period. Despite returning to a normal increase, 2022 still saw remarkable gains.
Buyer journeys are like voyages, with customers navigating towards their ultimate destination — a successful purchase. In the digital age, the dynamics of this journey have evolved. Customers now take the lead in the online shopping experience. They choose which platforms to use, what resources to access, and when they're ready to interact with brands online and offline.
Today, where a wealth of information bombards consumers by the minute, visuals are an essential aspect of advertising. With the average attention span clocking in at only 8.25 seconds, businesses face the challenge of capturing consumer interest swiftly and decisively. Especially as more and more consumers research and rely on other customer reviews to purchase products.
In today's digital age, omnichannel marketing is key. It's not just about listing your products, but optimizing them across multiple platforms like Walmart, Amazon, Etsy, and eBay. This strategy ensures a consistent brand experience, enhances visibility, and ultimately drives sales.
As we look ahead to the 2023 holiday season, retailer’s must navigate a complex and ever-changing landscape marked by inflation and cautious consumer spending. In this environment, consumers are more likely to conduct more thorough research before making a purchase.
Discover the game changing potential of product visuals by learning how to create captivating product images and videos in this insightful blog post.
The e-commerce extravaganza of the year has wrapped up! Amazon's Prime Day, which unfolded over the past week, delivered some truly spectacular results. If you're not familiar, Prime Day is Amazon's summer annual event, birthed in 2015 and growing exponentially each year. This time, the shopping event spanned two days, from June 11th to 12th.