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Avensia has helped businesses around the world succeed in online retail. Discover some tips to make your site successful.

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CHICAGO, Illinois, USA, April 27, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Avensia has worked on hundreds of e-commerce site for business projects – many of which are the most well-known retail companies. Along the way, they’ve identified some key areas that can really make or break an e-commerce retail effort.

Of these key areas, the website is perhaps the most important. After all, it’s the primary channel through which your customers interact with your online presence, especially in retail.

When Avensia works with clients who are trying to improve their online retail performance, the website is often what they look at first. This is also where the main challenges are most apparent.

This article will go over some of the key factors that will help you turn your e-commerce website into a top-notch storefront.

It’s all about the customer experience
Online shoppers have developed certain expectations over the past few years, and their tolerance for these unmet expectations is lower than ever.

In short, they want to find what they’re looking for easily, they want easy access to all relevant product information, and they want a simple checkout process. They want a trip that goes as smoothly as possible, from start to finish.

Of course, all of this is much easier said than done on your part as a retailer. Fortunately, the nature of e-commerce gives you ways to better understand what customers really want.

First party data
If you don’t back up your decisions about things like site design and backend support, then you’re just guessing. Luckily, you collect valuable first-party data every time a customer interacts with your site.

One of the things Avensia does is help its customers discover and analyze this data. It will show you how people behave on your online store, where they spend the most time, where they bounce most regularly.

Analyzing this data gives you insight into what your customers are thinking when they buy or simply visit your digital storefront.

A/B testing
Operating an e-commerce website also gives you the ability to test potential site changes in real-world environments.

A/B testing involves pushing variations of a change to randomly selected visitors, allowing you to monitor each option’s conversion rate. This will tell you empirically which option will work best.

Data-driven insights
When Avensia consults with its customers and looks for ways to improve e-commerce performance, data is always the driving factor behind any optimization decision.

What Avensia means when they talk about “data-driven insights” is that they apply data analytics to both structured and unstructured data that has been collected from a variety of sources. . First-party website data is, of course, wonderful, but there are other types of data to mine as well.

E-commerce sites are not an island for retailers. There’s data from every channel you work with, including marketing data, social media data, product data, SEO data, and more. It’s important to use all of this data to paint a complete picture of how customers interact with your brand and what they like and dislike about that experience.

In short, data-driven insights offer a way to give your customers what they want while identifying current and future trends.

Omnichannel is key
When it comes to your e-commerce website not being an island, it’s important that your site is integrated with the rest of your brand channels.

The omnichannel strategy consists of connecting all your channels to offer the same experience and the same brand image. This means using a single voice in marketing materials and website copy. It also means centralizing data so you can gather insights across all channels in one place, rather than having each channel siled with its own data sets.

The omnichannel strategy is a major part of how Avensia helps its customers succeed in their e-commerce efforts.

If you or your business are looking to turn your business e-commerce site into a success, contact Avensia today to find out how we can help you.

Emily Olsson
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