eCommerce Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) Made Simple – With Our Latest eBook
With the boom of the eCommerce industry and a number of out-of-the-box solutions, there are plenty of eCommerce entrepreneurs who are trying to make it big. And the sobering reality is that you are competing against every other online store out there, including Amazon, eBay, ETSY, etc.
So, how can you succeed? How can you stand out and be different?
Our newest eBook will help you increase your conversions and revenue. The eBook discusses, in depth, how to tackle all your eCommerce conversion problems and then understand which are relevant for you.
Where Does eCommerce Conversion Rate Optimization Start?
It starts from your eCommerce website design and goes until your after-sales support. Learn how small changes to the design can have a big impact on your conversion rates.
What Will Our eBook Teach You?
Our eCommerce conversion guide not only helps you convert your website traffic, but also increase your customer retention. The fact is that, only when you have loyal customers, will you have a successful eCommerce business.
Here are some of the most important chapters from our eBook to help improve your conversion rate:
What is CRO and how to calculate it
How eCommerce navigation helps conversion
Crafting the perfect product page to engage with customers better
Ways to earn customer’s trust
Setting up a proper customer support process
Creating a personalized eCommerce experience
The plain truth is that even if you spend thousands of dollars in marketing, you can only get customers to visit your site – You can’t force them to buy from you. The ONLY (I can’t emphasize enough on the ‘only part’) way to increase sales is through proper eCommerce conversion rate optimization techniques.
Still Not Convinced?
At The Commerce Shop, our Magento developers and Magento CRO Team work with customers every day to improve their conversion rates. We understand CRO and the impact it has on their revenue. Most of our tips are simple and can be easily implemented without the help of a developer.