Our everyday routine and busy lifestyle overwhelms us all! Waking up early in the morning, taking the dog for a walk, getting ready, preparing breakfast and taking the kids to school… The list goes on and on. Somewhere in between, we try to steal 5 minutes to have a quick look at our mobile phones in order to check on our emails or just a quick chat. Research show that 51% of people check their emails on their mobile devices. This gives you a tipoff of how important it is for your campaign to be optimized for mobile devices. Have a look
Nowadays, Valentine’s Day is more than just another American tradition that turned out to be celebrated globally. Just like Thanksgiving and Christmas, Valentine’s is a special celebration that will make you spend money for loved ones. Besides, it is the 2nd largest commerce day in the US, after the Black Friday! Whether you are surprising your special someone with a romantic dinner, flowers or any other gift, such as clothing or cosmetics, email marketing is a great tool to have in order to gather more leads, therefore more sales for you.
Here at ContactPigeon, we are strong believers that email campaigns should be personalized, time-sensitive and relevant to user’s needs. Using these factors a triggered email campaign can support your e-commerce business in engaging with leads and customers using campaigns based on past actions and behavioral inclination. With customization and personalization, these campaigns can help you communicate with your target audiences with customized and personalized messages. Recent studies have shown that trigger-based email marketing campaigns can generate 4x more revenue and 18x greater profits, thus making this tool a must have of every e-commerce administrator. First, exactly what is a triggered email? A triggered email is when an
Never stop experimenting no matter how successful and thriving your e-commerce company is! The start of a new year is a great time to start practicing some new trends to boost sales and increase the power of your marketing strategy. As we have enter 2017, here are 10 resolutions that every e-commerce business should implement to make this year the best ever yet!
A marketing strategy that has proven to be effective throughout time is email marketing. Collecting contact details of interested consumers, and nurturing them with the right messaging, can be a great way to turning contacts into prospective customers. However, email marketing isn’t as simple as merely collecting addresses, putting them on a list, then targeting that entire list with your marketing materials. In fact, one of the best ways to ensure that your email list is an effective marketing tool is by simply segmenting your contacts specifically by who and what you need to target. Email contact segmentation involves splitting up your
Do you ever think how you can change the world? Well, not trying to be pessimistic but, no one can change it in a day. With holidays getting closer and closer everyone tries to share whatever they can offer, to show more love and affection. This doesn’t occur to individuals only, but also to nonprofit organizations, that during the last month of the year, usually, receive up to 31% of donations and are accumulating 12% in just the last 3 days of the year. This increase doesn’t happen by chance, that’s why we took the initiative to unveil through this
Holidays, for some people is the best time of the year but, for others, the thought of listening to Wham’s “Last Christmas” can drive them up the wall ? One thing is for sure, the holiday season for retailers is a period where you either make it or break it. So, the same goes for e-commerce owners and for this reason, they should employ the right marketing tactics to engage customers. Email marketing is the most effective tool for doing so. Data from previous years show that email marketing accounted for almost a quarter of online sales during holiday’s period. To help you out, we
Ideally, visitors who land on your e-shop would place products in their carts and proceed to checkout. However, in most cases, visitors leave the site after browsing without placing any item into their shopping cart. Based on a 2014 study, browse abandonment applies to approximately 92% to 93% of eCommerce visitors. Browse Abandonment occurs when a visitor leaves the site after browsing products without placing items into the shopping cart. What are some ways you can mitigate browse abandonment? Well, top retailers (like Amazon) have been using email campaigns to effectively target and win-back customers. The primary goals for creating a browse abandonment campaign are: