E-commerce Personalization is the practice of building personal interactions and experiences on e-commerce sites by displaying media, content, or product recommendations based on the user’s browsing behavior, purchase history data, demographics, and psychographics.
Website personalization modifies a site based on who is viewing it. Common tactics include active content, messages, visuals, and offers for each buyer.
The three most common KPI’s for website personalization are:
Offers are the most critical aspect of a site to personalize. One can customize the product itself, displaying the price, exact time limits, or change the supporting copy and visuals supporting the offer.
Personalize the content presented to customers. You can change which featured products displayed, blog posts, downloadable assets, or hero images on any page.
Pop-Ups represent a “second net” or possibility to progress your prospects when they are about to leave. All kinds of pop-ups can be personalized, including cart abandonment, on-click, timed, on-scroll, and any other kind.
Information Bars and other call-out offers are an effective way to maximize the value of each site visitor.
Like web personalization, product recommendations form a crucial part of e-commerce.
One of the original product recommendations remains the most effective. People trust recommendations. Best Seller recommendations are a great option when you do not know a lot about your potential customers. It gives you the best chance of advising something that fits their unique needs.
Personalized “best seller” recommendation widgets are twice as active as those that are not personalized.
By offering complementary products, you can increase the average order value. It educates the customer on how to make their current selection better in some way.
There are several powerful ways to use social notifications to increase sales.
Email remains the essential communication channel, and personalizing your correspondence will multiply your results.
A “triggered email” is based on the user’s action. The most usual type of triggered email is cart abandonment. Such a mail is sent when a customer places an item in their cart but leaves without completing their purchase.
NexWeave uses a variety of data points to create the most authentic, highest converting experience for each visitor.
Nexweave covers the most significant challenges in E-commerce personalization, and the essential questions to ask potential partners to make sure they are competent to overcoming these challenges.
When e-commerce personalization is done right, it eliminates the challenges that customers face when making online purchases and thereby improve their shopping experience. In the words of the widely used marketing mantra, it sends across personalized video experiences of the right product to the right person (the one it has been personalized for) at the […]
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