Think Like the Customer (Part 1 of 2)

Sep 7, 2016
DotcomWeavers

For all of the amazing conveniences that online shopping offers, the customer is still one step removed from physically seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling or touching the actual product. Personalizing the shopping experience engages the human senses in ways that are essential to making any purchase decision. When done properly, it not only answers every question on a shopper’s mind, but also improves the average order value.This two-part series will explore simple strategies companies can employ to personalize the online shopping experience for their customers and improve their overall conversions. Click the link below to learn more about how you can start engaging your customer better…

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