To optimise your e-commerce site and boost turnover, it’s essential to measure and track several KPIs. If you’re an e-retailer, these KPIs will help you track your e-commerce performance on a daily basis. Generally speaking, your KPIs should be mapped to the successive steps a visitor takes in your purchase funnel
4 e-commerce experts share their diverse perspectives on digital analytics’ role in e-retail strategy. Hear the challenges they’ve face related to conversion optimisation, and get recommendations for driving e-commerce performance more efficiently thanks to data.
27% of users abandon their purchases due to a payment process that’s too long or complex. Once visitors have browsed through your catalogue and started adding products to their baskets, they’re about to enter your checkout funnel
A few years back, the proliferation of “not provided” keywords had a major impact on the relevance of keyword reports available in web analytics tools (read on below). It’s now the Google Search Console’s turn to undergo some seriously detrimental limitations to data reliability.
When a visitor arrives on your product page, it’s the first sign that the person is engaged and interested in your offerings. And whether the visitor completes his or her purchase journey is directly correlated to the quality of your product page.
On an e-commerce site, your whole product world should be designed for your customer. Merchandising has a strong impact on how users navigate through your site, and therefore on their purchase behaviour.
A new e-commerce chapter is coming to our blog, inspired by the launch of our newest analysis module entirely dedicated to tracking e-commerce performance. Today and over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing our vision of what efficient, data-driven e-commerce looks like…
In the past few decades, web analytics has evolved from a discipline reserved for web pioneers to a now widespread practice and vital source of customer data for companies of all sizes. A continuously developing field, it has expanded and accelerated right alongside the digital world it serves to measure. And Neil Mason has seen it all from the start…
Part of the problem stopping you from understanding and reaching consumers is that the digital space is becoming increasingly saturated as customers are bombarded with advertisements. It’s now more important than ever to advertise effectively by sending individuals the right message at the right time.
For the last 3 years, we’ve held “Ship It Day”: a 24-hour hackathon where the goal is to successfully carry out an innovative project from start to finish. This event is an opportunity for our teams to showcase their talent and creativity through a range of projects that are (more or less) useful for our company and our customers…