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aburaihan0525
Apr 07, 2022
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This approach often works best for a new company that wants to bring a brand-new product to market in a space where there is little competition. Often, as they grow, single-product eCommerce businesses will expand to sell multiple products. For example, Bushwick Kitchen started out selling its unique, spicy honey, and then expanded to sell multiple types of hot sauce after their initial success. Screenshot showing a product page on an ecommerce store MULTI-PRODUCT, SINGLE-CATEGORY. BUSINESSES If you want to sell more than one product, focusing on a single niche or category is a good way to go about it. With this approach you can sell several products and also benefit from repeat business form returning customers. Examples Telemarketing list of multi-product, single-category businesses include Beardbrand, who sell multiple products within the male grooming niche: Screenshot showing cleanse kits on Beardbrand Another example of a multi-product, single-category businesses is Paper & Camera. Paper & Camera sells multiple Photoshop templates (digital products) in the photography niche: Screenshot showing an eCommerce store In the C2C and C2B space, there are marketplaces like Envato that enable customers to sell digital downloads (like audio files, After Effects templates, and WordPress themes) to both businesses and customers: Screenshot showing a gig on fiverr MULTI-CATEGORY BUSINESSES Multi-category eCommerce businesses often start out as single-product or multi-product.
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aburaihan0525
Apr 07, 2022
In General Discussions
Keep in mind that stock is limited and it’s on a first-come, first-served basis! Don’t want to miss out? Click here to join our special Black Friday email list to be among the first to get notified when our sales happen (and when stock is getting low). Until then, wishing you a happy dinner with friends & family! Cheers, [Name] This accomplishes a few things. First, you’re revealing what your sales will be and getting your customers excited. Second, you’re planting seeds of scarcity to get people to buy ASAP. Finally, you’re creating a small army of soon-to-be customers with a Black Friday-specific email list. Now to the next mistake! 2. MOBILE-UNFRIENDLINESS Did you know that on 2017's Black Friday, 47.4% of retail website visits and 33.1% of online Telemarketing list revenue happened on a mobile device?[*] If your emails (and your website) aren’t mobile-optimized, you’re — you guessed it — missing out on potential sales. The solution? While you can check your mobile-friendliness using tools like. Google’s Mobile-Friendly test, the best way to be sure is to view your emails and make a test purchase from your mobile phone. Actually going through the process like a customer is the only way to really understand how easy or difficult it is to use. So go do it! On to the final mistake... 3. NOT PERSONALIZING EMAILS I mentioned in the section on subject lines how important personalization is.
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