Looking for a great example of an order confirmation email? Look no further. This example perfectly shows how words influence buyer psychology.
Can a big company have fun? Absolutely. And not only that, the more fun you have the more shoppers will buy from you.
Simple ecommerce formula: if you make things easy for confused and nervous shoppers they will reward you by buying.
In this post we talk about the most powerful buyer psychology tactic. And we give the best possible example to explain it.
If you’re the type of person who likes to focus on just one thing make sure it’s video. Video has a magical effect on conversions. Almost too magical.
How can retailers leverage the prank aspect of April 1st? Here is a great example from Solostove.
Zappos doesn’t need more money. They already dominate all of online shoe shopping. But, if they were looking for an extra million in online sales I hope they find this post …
Words really matter. Here is how you can make Continental Grand Prix 4000 S II Tire – Clincher sound interesting.
Remarketing/retargeting is incredibly powerful. With custom landing pages you can make it even more powerful.
Your site visitors don’t see 83% of what’s on your page. What do we do to ensure the 17% they DO notice is what you care about the most? This article proposes an idea.
Us marketers have ignored mobile users for too long. Something big is brewing and we need to sit up and take notice.
Starbucks app gamification and how that relates to System 1 (irrational) and System (rational) thinking modes.
How to improve click through (CTR) for Google PLAs (Product Listing Ads).
This is you: you do a Google search for a branded keyword (Big Ass Fans). Where do your eyes focus on in this screenshot? I have a theory I’m exploring. Will reveal my answer after collecting a few comments:
It’s 2019 and here are the 6 ways in which Amazon is terrible. If you want to compete against Amazon here are the 6 ways in which to do it.