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3 eCommerce Trends for 2016 You Should be Implementing

3 eCommerce Trends for 2016 You Should be Implementing

eCommerce websites no longer simply rely on online galleries or displays for physical shops, nor are they just a place to make a transaction; they are increasingly becoming places where clients go to learn and understand the universe of a brand. In 2015, content was a critical commercial trend; a role it is likely to maintain for years to come. Instead of simply getting customers to go through the checkout process faster, brands are working hard to put up quality original content that they hope will motivate and captivate the public and drive them to visit their platforms. Clients can now explore the brand’s content breadth for a richer experience.

Globalization: More Retailers Expanding Worldwide

The Web is, undeniably, borderless. This is a well understood concept by many distributors, manufacturers and retailers – and they embrace it. In fact, many are looking to expand into new markets in the year 2016, which is a smart move considering the wide variety of options available that help reduce the financial burden associated with physical expansion. To have the best chances of succeeding in this type of expansion, retailers employ a step-by-step approach. In addition, a well-defined strategy that considers the big picture and the inherent challenges of selling globally is important to implement.

Smart Marketing with CRM Solutions

Today’s customers want brands to be more relevant and offer them a personalized experience. They want email communication that is tailored to them, to be acknowledged when they interact with your customer service, and merchandise that fits their needs when they go to your online store. They are looking for an experience that flows naturally from one channel to the next. To meet these expectations, businesses and retailers online should centralize and organize their customer information to use the data mined properly. A Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system can help you convert customer data into a tool that mass converts your prospective clients and drives loyalty.