You’re missing out if you’re still hiding out-of-stock products on Shopify. The average eCommerce conversion rate hovers anywhere from 1-4 percent. Even for the most successful online brands, only a small fraction of people who visit their website actually make a purchase.
And if you hide out-of-stock products on Shopify? You’re lowering that conversion rate even further because the product you hid was probably the product the customer wanted to buy, mainly to be your bestseller.
From March 2020 to March 2022, the pandemic added an extra $218.53 billion to eCommerce’s bottom line. As a result, more people are shopping online more frequently, providing the perfect opportunity to start an online business. However, becoming a Shopify store owner yields many questions: what will you sell? Where will you find your products? How will you fund your store launch? And most of all, where in the world do you start? This guide walks you through how to launch a Shopify store of your own, and provides helpful tips to boost your sales once you launch your store.
As a Shopify store owner, you’re always looking for new and innovative ways to increase sales and engage with your customers. Well, here’s an idea you may not have thought of before: multi-notification campaigns. With this approach, you can send multiple notifications to your customers over a period of time, each one designed to drive them further down the purchase funnel. Keep reading to learn more about how multi notification campaigns work and some tips for creating your own.
As an ecommerce shop owner, you know how complicated the business can be. Things change fast, and you must be on top of those changes and ready to pivot at a moment’s notice. That said, there are some tried and true methods you can follow to maximize your sales and bottom line.
This is where ecommerce demand forecasting comes in. When you make a point of doing this well, you’ll have a good handle on your customers’ demands including what they want, when they want it, and how you can fulfill that need. Here, we’ll tell you all about this type of forecasting, the benefits it brings to you, and how to go about estimating and predicting your ecommerce shop’s demand.
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