We all know that customers are everything for a business. It takes a lot from a business perspective to build a successful customer base and maintain a healthy relationship. The recent years have proved that creating a loyal customer base is an added advantage as they keep coming back for more. These customer retention tips should help you to make your marketing plan successful.
We arrived in 2021 and still a lot of organizations underestimate the efforts to build a website for their organization. It is no longer a job for the kid next door. Marketers and developers should speak the same language and make sure they utilize the technologies to the maximum.
The COVID-19 crisis will result in a permanent change to our shopping behavior and ways of conducting business. While some businesses have experienced a temporary short-term peak in demand, other categories will be moving online for good.
It is not new and no secret that proper website load time can increase your traffic, customer loyalty and rank on Google Search. Marketers did also realize the fact that speedy website matters. But just how important is site load time in 2020?
Let a dream come true, 24×7 customer service, greater capacity to handle customer inquiries, fewer operational expenses, improved customer satisfaction, does this sound like something you want? But with chatbot advantages there comes also challenges which we want to highlight today.
How to get customer Survey results you can count on and make sure you are not trapped into survey response bias
Let us face the truth; a human cannot be replaced in a successful business with a machine. Is this statement accurate or false? Properly, we have proven success stories that are telling us a different story. eCommerce stores are getting closer to replace real-life experience and show it’s potentials. But we see a lot of samples where the digital world fails, so we ask today, why eCommerce stores don’t sell?
For an eCommerce website to succeed, there are many aspects of the store that need to be taken into consideration before launch. The dependencies are not only on the quality of the products provided by the store but also on the Design of the store and the way it is marketed and the user features for an eCommerce website.
‘No response is the best response’ worked well in the days before the digital age. It used to be a sensible way to deal with negative propaganda and publicity; today, it seems insensitive.