E-Commerce Website Optimization: 6 Online Retailers Share Their Most Successful Tactics

website-anatomy-thumb

If you’re an online retailer, chances are you’ve been optimizing your website and business operations. However, finding out what works can be frustrating and time-consuming. We spoke with 6 online retailers to learn about their best tactics that helped them succeed in the e-commerce industry. Here’s what they had to say: Grainne Kelly, Founder of Bubblebum The BubbleBum website was initially designed to be an e-commerce platform. After many format changes, changes in the checkout software, and lots of advice, we settled on a site that was as effective as it could possibly be for a few products. We beta… Continue Reading

We’re Proud Of Our Reviews – Keep The Feedback Coming!

pricewaiter reviews

Here at PriceWaiter, we pride ourselves on giving you the best product and customer service in the e-commerce industry. We want to continuously improve and innovate.  Feedback is a vital part of our product’s optimization. Whether it’s Shopify, BigCommerce, Magento, Woo, or any other platform, we aim to be the most useful and profitable e-commerce integration out there for your online store. Here’s what retailers are saying about PriceWaiter: Shopify Reviews BigCommerce Reviews Magento Reviews We appreciate everyone’s feedback. Thank you for your reviews!

Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) vs. Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): What Retailers Need To Know

What is Minimum Advertised Price? (MAP) In 2007, the Supreme Court ruled that manufacturers can work with retailers to set the minimum advertised prices on their products. Minimum Advertised Price, or MAP, is the lowest price a retailer can advertise a manufacturer’s product in online ads or print. This does not affect the price at which a certain product can be sold, but only what they can be publicly advertised for. For instance, if you sell iPhones and Apple has a MAP of $699 you may not print an ad for anything less. However, you can sell the phone for… Continue Reading

Your Website Should Be Using Exit Intent Popups in 2017

exitintent_feature_sf_creative_nwp-1

What is Exit Intent? Exit intent popups are simple widgets that appear when a shopper is attempting to leave a page. It engages visitors before they leave to stay on your website. Visitors are shown a discount or offer to entice the shopper to make a purchase, sign up for a newsletter, or download informational material like e-books or case studies. These offers can reduce bounce rate, increase sales, and help grow your email list. Why Should You Use Exit Intent? Cart abandonment will always be a problem for retailers. 78% of all carts are abandoned. Exit intent can dramatically… Continue Reading

The 5 Best E-Commerce Podcasts of 2017

podcast-2

Last year, we published our favorite podcasts of 2016. This year we are back with the podcasts that provide the best resources and entertainment in the e-commerce industry. There are a lot of so-called “experts” in the e-commerce space but we believe these 5 shows can truly help your business. Let’s take a look at the e-commerce podcasts that you should be listening to in 2017: The Jason & Scot Show Jason the “Retail Geek” Goldberg and Scot Wingo have been doing this e-commerce podcast since 2015 and it has only gotten better since then. They discuss the e-commerce and retail… Continue Reading

30 E-Commerce Conferences For Online Retailers in 2017

banner_image_new copy

E-commerce conferences and trade shows are a great way to network and gain exposure for your business. Big or small, there is a conference out there that can benefit your e-commerce business or online store. Chances are, there is going to be one near you! We’ve put together a collection of the 30 best e-commerce conferences in 2017. These are the best in the industry! You can also add all of these events to your Google calendar here: 2017 E-Commerce Conferences & Trade Shows Calender Convert comparison shoppers and boost your revenue in 30 days with our ‘name your price’ tool…. Continue Reading

5 Ways Your Site Could Be Hurting Sales

website-design-hurting-your-business

When shoppers walk into a brick and mortar store and find a dimly lit, dirty, and disorganized, chances are they will walk back out again without buying anything. The same thing happens if an online shop or visits your website and does not have to type of experience conducive to making a purchase. Your site is the public face of your company. How it looks and how user-friendly it is determines the opinion people form of your products, services, customer interactions, and trustworthiness. These five website mistakes must be corrected if you want to get the conversion rate and make… Continue Reading

5 E-Commerce Trends To Watch For 2017

FourEcom_Trends

2016 was a historic year for the e-commerce industry. U.S. e-commerce sales grew 15.8% and represented 10.9% of all retail sales.  E-commerce sales are expected to grow to more than $400 billion in the next several years. 2017 is set to be even more profitable for online retailers. 017 So here’s the big question:What e-commerce trends will shape the landscape in 2017? We looked at 5 trends that online retailers should be paying close attention to heading into the new year. Apple Pay Shopify is reporting a 200% increase in conversion for the first group of online retailers using Apple Pay. Apple already… Continue Reading

Touch ID Payments Are The Secret Sauce For Apple E-Commerce

apple ecommerce

The  technology giant is going all-in on the future of Apple e-commerce. Apple has announced their touch-to-pay technology, Apple Pay, would now be available on new MacBooks, Apple TV, and in your Safari browser. So why is this such a big deal? Shopify is reporting a 200% increase in conversion for retailers using Apple Pay. Apple already represents 75% of all contactless payments made in the Unites States. Apple Pay transactions are also growing 500% year-over-year. In fact, more purchases were made through Apple Pay in September 2016 than the entire 2015 year. Mobile commerce sales are increasing every year by a substantial amount: More people… Continue Reading

2016 Holiday Season: 5 Tips To Boost Your E-Commerce Sales

happy-holidays-greeting-cards-printable

Is your E-Commerce store ready for the Holiday shopping boom? According to MasterCard, E-commerce sales grew roughly 20% compared to last year and growth is expected to rise another 11% this Holiday season. So how can you get the most out of your store this year? Here are 5 ideas to help sell more online during the 2016 Holiday season. Get Started Early (Right Now) Online shoppers are looking for Holiday deals earlier each year. Amazon Prime day started the trend of early gift buying and other retailers are following suit. According to Experian, 69 percent of the marketers stated they started planning… Continue Reading

Save 25% by upgrading before 2016 Upgrade Now Contact Sales