It’s the middle of March Madness– have you filled out your NCAA tournament bracket yet? Wait – is collegiate basketball, not your thing? Ok, basketball puns aside, let’s look at some of the exciting developments to happen thus far in March:
- Interesting: The $2 Billion voice-shopping market (made up of voice-activated home assistants such as Alexa) will be worth $40 Billion by 2022. That is according to the results of a survey conducted by OC&C.
- Unfortunate: Toy’s “R” Us has announced that they are going to close all their U.S. retail locations. With the advent of eCommerce, the iconic toy retailer gradually lost a substantial amount of their market share as their physical retail stores struggled to make a profit.
- Wonderful: Paul Fu, senior director of user experience at Alibaba, recently said that the “Future of eCommerce will be more personalized” while giving a talk at the annual SXSW event. The statement is self-explanatory, and it is one Datacrushers is 100% in agreement with. Fun fact: shoppers in China spent over $25 billion dollars during Alibaba’s ‘Singles Day’ sale (11:11) on November 11th, 2018. It gets better: 90% of those transactions were performed on smartphones and tablets.
“The future of eCommerce will be more personalized” – Paul Fu. Senior Director of User Experience at Alibaba.
Now that those points are out of the way – what is happening at Datacrushers? Where are things headed?
Datacrushers in France:
Datacrushers CRO Jeffrey Tower was recently spotted in Paris, France. We believe he went to visit his distant cousin, Eiffel Tower.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any pictures of their reunion as Jeff was too busy working on some new and exciting partnerships. More on that later.
It’s the weekend, and that means you have some free time! So, after you catch up on the latest NCAA game, and fill out a bracket, what else is there to do? Well, seeing as tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, you might feel inclined to reconnect with your Irish lineage. Now, somewhere between all of that, you should have at least 25 minutes to spare for the following articles.
Cart-Abandonment Rate by Industry:
How do different industries stack-up when it comes to cart-abandonment? Why do some industries fare better than others? In this article, we break it down on a case-by-case basis.
On-Site Visual Marketing for eCommerce:
When it comes to eCommerce marketing, there are many ways for retailers to go about it. In this helpful guide, we explain what eCommerce retailers need to focus on to effectively maximize their on-site visual marketing strategy.
Off-Site Visual Marketing for eCommerce:
But wait, there’s more! Off-site marketing is an essential part of getting shoppers into any sales funnel. In this guide, we explain the fundamentals of drawing shoppers into your sales funnel by using an effective mix of visual cues that will get the process rolling.
That’s all for now, but it’s not all forever! March madness is not over yet, so stay tuned for the latest news from Datacrushers by keeping up with us on:
And of course, right here on the Datacrushers blog. We have an exciting announcement coming before the end of the month. So really, be sure to follow us on the Social Media platform of your choosing. Have a great weekend!
Founded in 2015, Datacrushers uses Machine Learning and A.I. along with NLP to identify and recover revenue loss, cart abandonment and discover new revenue sources across any site. The revenue discovery platform completes the deep ongoing analysis of eCommerce websites by monitoring the three main focal points of any site: The User, Site, and Product.
Unlike traditional “cart abandonment platforms,” Datacrushers does not require shoppers and customers to be logged-in to conduct both on and offsite campaigns. We use a wide range of data-driven and analytics based conversion tools to target the shopper at the right time with the most accurate and effective campaign to drive the sale.
Datacrushers is platform, language, and currency agnostic and requires only a few lines of code to get started therefore delivering an ultra-fast go-to-market with minimal set-up time and tech intervention.
Based out of Jerusalem, Israel, Datacrushers has clients worldwide including, The US, China, Russia, UK, Germany, and more.