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Content personalisation is a practice that is gaining space among brands, retailers and e-commerce businesses. It is a strategy that relies on website visitors’ data to show content based on audience needs and interests. It connects your customers with the information they are looking for when visiting your website. Besides, it helps to increase the […]Read More
ASOS was founded in 2000, by Nick Robertson and Andrew Regan. Since then, it has become one of the most popular and beloved British retailers. At any moment in time, the e-commerce giant is juggling over 85,000 products, with 5,000 new items being added to their catalogue every week. Over the years, the technology and marketing […]Read More
The famous phrase used by McDonald’s employees: “Do you want fries with your burger?”, is the best and most useful example of cross-selling. When they ask you if you want a bigger option, that’s up-selling. However, many times these two terms are mixed-up: Up-selling encourages a customer to buy an alternative higher-priced option. Cross-selling recommends a […]Read More
With a recent uptake in genderless collections, what could the shift in the way we want to dress mean for fashion retailers? As it always goes, as society changes, so do our desires for new and different products. This is never more true than in the fashion industry. It has recently begun to take notice […]Read More
When you typically look for the social media presence of a brand, you tend to see the most popular contenders. The majority has Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin. Sometimes, some others include Twitter and YouTube, but rarely Pinterest. However, times might be changing especially for beauty and fashion brands, as Pinterest launches Try On, its new augmented […]Read More
If you’re thinking about eCommerce personalisation and creating customised content for your online shop, it’s hard to ignore the stats: A lack of personalisation has been estimated to cost businesses $756 billion. 91% of consumers are more likely to shop with brands who provide relevant offers. 72% of consumers will only engage with personalised content. […]Read More
According to the annual luxury study carried out by Bain & Company in 2018, the personal luxury market is expected to reach 405 billion euros by 2025. Consumers demand personalised treatment from brands due to overexposure on social networks and mass consumption. One in five luxury shoppers said customisation, specially tailored, is relevant to them […]Read More