Product copy plays a vital part in the shopping experience as well as ongoing customer satisfaction. Finally get returns in check, rake in more profit, and rank up your repeat customers when you follow in the footsteps of these leaders in product copy.
A misunderstood market, imbalanced price and cost, poor omnichannel marketing, lack of valuable content, avoidance of marketplaces, fuzzy goals—dig in to the top six things that hold ecommerce companies back and how to turn them into growth machines.
With a focus on timeless tips instead of today’s trendiest tools, this 4-step guide from Plytix will help you lay the foundation for using product analytics to effectively track, measure, and optimize online sales for years to come.
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Not into the tips, hacks, and schemes that (falsely) promise to explode your revenue overnight? Us either. Instead, here five simple and effective strategies to make ecommerce pricing and revenue optimization better, not just more complex.
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