Today, we’re going to be breaking down content promotion. Just in the last lesson, I ended up breaking down how to create content. And now that you’ve created content, it’s time to promote it so that way you can get some traffic and of course generate those sales.
Welcome to another day of “eCommerce Unlocked” Today, we’re going to be breaking down SEO and content production. This is going to be a really fun exercise because there’s multiple ways of doing content production for eCommerce, and I’m going to be going over all of them.
Today is another day of SEO Unlocked and today we’re going to be covering conversion rate optimization.
Today is another day in eCommerce Unlocked. Today we’re going to be breaking down marketing channels. I want you to keep one thing in mind as we go over today’s lesson. This course is what I would do to market my own eCommerce business if I owned one.
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Today I’m excited to announce eCommerce Unlocked. Over the next four weeks, I’m going to teach you how to get more sales to your e-Commerce business.
You can provide more personalized shopping experience with customer tracking on the basis of customer behavior in your ecommerce store.
This way, Google Analytics is the best tool to keep track on your visitors. It tracks sources of your traffic and user engagement. It provides added ecommerce tracking for ecommerce platforms. You can keep track on –
- Customer checkout
- Shopping behavior
- Sales performance
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Getting users to visit your WooCommerce site is not enough. You also have to turn them into paying buyers. Without further ado, let’s discuss why to do it and how.
WHY TO DO IT?
Most of the online stores depend just on Google or PPC campaigns to bring traffic to their site. Well, these are not the only ways to bring traffic. In fact, your site will no longer be visible to over 75% of visitors who visit your site from online searches. Only a fraction of those who stick to it get to the shopping cart.
As a result, over 69% of carts are left empty without any single purchase. Poor design, shipping charges and complex buying procedure are some of the main reasons behind it. At the end, your WooCommerce store starts losing your potential customers just by not working on turning them into buyers.