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Earlier this year, we embarked on a mission to improve our ecommerce blog. We sent out a 23-question reader survey to better understand who reads our blog, what they’re struggling with the most, and how we can help.
We received 1,988 responses from some of our most active blog subscribers.
Of course, we’re hard at work putting all of that data to good use, but we thought we’d share some of the highlights with you, the reader.
Last week represented the first time in history that more people used mobile phones and tablets to visit online stores than using computers. Looking at data from over 100,000 ecommerce stores that use the Shopify platform, we saw 50.3% of traffic coming from mobile (40.3% from mobile phones, 10% from tablets) and just 49.7% from computers.
We have been watching and talking about the mobile commerce trend for years, but now there’s no disputing it: mobile commerce is now the default way that people shop online.
When it comes to starting an online business, you have a lot of choices to make. The biggest of the choices may be the most important as they will ultimately define your business model and much of the future of your business.
In this post, we’re going to introduce you to the four questions you must answer to begin putting together a business model for your new online business.
It seems like growth hacking is the latest marketing buzzword.
And for good reason. It's the mindset and methodology that's been used by famous Silicon Valley startups to achieve phenomenal growth.
But now growth hacking is something marketers everywhere are attempting to understand and use to grow their own businesses.
So what exactly is growth hacking?
It’s still a new term for many and it can be easily confused with traditional marketing.
But there are a few key differences that set growth hacking apart from traditional marketing efforts and understanding how to adopt a growth hacking mindset could help you uncover new opportunities to drive more traffic, sales and most importantly, repeat customers to your business.
You’re writing, and writing, and writing.
You’re polishing your category pages. You’re slaving over endless product descriptions. You worry about keywords and Google.
But let’s admit it. Sometimes you wonder… is your copy working hard enough? Are you persuading web visitors to buy?
Let’s look at six ecommerce copywriting mistakes that might be costing you business (and how you can fix them).
Have you heard of Crossfit? It's a strength and conditioning system that was started in 2000 and has become extremely popular in the fitness community.
It's also a movement a lot of smart entrepreneurs are building businesses around.
One such person is Peter Keller, an entrepreneur from Texas and owner of FringeSport, a Crossfit and home gym equipment supplier.
Peter and I connected on Reddit over at /r/entrepreneur after the Beardbrand case study we published generated a lot of discussion over there.
He introduced himself and shared his story (as well as some pretty incredible sales numbers for such a young company).
I got Peter to take us behind of the scenes of his extremely successful ecommerce business and show us how he achieved such phenomenal growth so fast.