Tag: shopify optimization


Benefits of Scheduling ‘Pinned Products’ in Product Listing Pages for Magento and Shopify eCommerce stores

Posted on August 10, 2019 by


Marketing and Promotions have become an integral part of any business. The highly competitive eCommerce industry is no exception in this. Promoting or Pinning selective products in category or collection pages is a good strategy. To hit the bull’s eye, marketing campaigns and promotions require effective planning and intelligent support tools.  

Limitations in Magento and Shopify Product Listing Pages

In eCommerce stores, promoting or pinning selective products to top results is done to improve CTR (Click-Through-Rate) and conversion. The choice of these products is based on its performance in the store, external trends, business requirements, etc. 

In Magento and Shopify eCommerce stores, the retailers have to manually analyze their product catalog and product performances to understand their store trends. Once the products to be pinned are selected, they are again required to manually position each product. The merchandising team has to constantly keep track of their calendar to remove/replace products. This turns out to be a laborious and time-consuming task. Retailers with small and mid-sized teams end up using all their productive time in merchandising their pages. This increases customer acquisition costs and impacts store revenue.

Scheduling ‘Pinned/Promoted Products’

Scheduling is a feature that allows merchants to set a duration every time they pin/promote products. There are two major benefits in Scheduling. They are as follows.

Eliminates manual effort: 

Retailers constantly merchandise pages, promote/pin products across them based on business needs. Without scheduling, they have to remember to remove the promoted products across all pages. Most retailers do not keep track of this and hence have many pages with promoted products always remaining on top. 

Now with scheduling, they do not need to remember or keep track of their calendar to remove promotions. Once the time span is set, the products are promoted exactly for the scheduled duration and the promotions are withdrawn after the time lapses. Scheduling is of great help during campaigns like seasonal sale, limited period offers, clearances, etc.

(Products promotions in the scheduled phase)

 

(Pinned/Promoted products in the active phase)

 

(Products promotions in the expired phase after the time-lapse)

Keeps the pages dynamic:

The category and collection pages remain dynamic if its product positions are varied from time to time. Dynamic pages have a better ranking in the search engine results page and attract more traffic. Scheduling pinned products help to keep the product sorting dynamic on the page.

 

(Scheduling in Tagalys)

Tagalys

Tagalys is a merchandising engine for eCommerce that helps retailers to create and manage product listing pages. Tagalys’s intelligent merchandising capabilities analyze visitor actions on products, to predict what will sell. Also, the data on the performance of each product at the store is available to the retailers. This gives them the ability to decide on which products to pin/promote.

Tagalys maximizes conversion rate & gives merchants visual control of products displayed in Site Search & Category pages at their online store. To know more about our solutions and features, get in touch with us now.

Posted in e-Commerce Product Listing pages

7 Key Automation Ideas for a Successful eCommerce Store

Posted on July 24, 2019 by


Tasks we thought only humans can perform are being taken over every day by automation or robotics. Driving full speed ahead, technology is changing our world with every passing second. But since it draws out personalization, where do we draw the line with automation when it comes to business?

On one hand, customers demand that their experience be smooth and quick. But on the other hand, a lack of personal touch drives them away. 

As your eCommerce business scales, tasks become more tedious and complex and you have more things to handle. It becomes difficult to do everything manually. You’re left with no choice but to automate certain tasks. 

Striking a balance between the two becomes difficult. For instance, while automating customer service with a chatbot, you need to know until wherein the conversation can you let the chatbot run, and where you need to turn it over to a customer representative. The key is knowing where to automate and where to keep it real. 

eCommerce Automation

We’ve got 7 ideas for eCommerce automation that will help you run your business smoothly without compromise to customer relationships.

1) Scheduling sales 

It’s human nature to love a good deal! With so much competition in the market, sales occur quite frequently now, and to top it off, stores let customers know that a sale is coming up in a few days or a few hours to build momentum! 

If you have price changes coming up – be it a small promotion or a gigantic sale – you need to predetermine the time period and the discount rate and automate the process. If you have a big enough store, it’s simply impossible to manually tweak prices when you want to go on sale. 

Once you automate the process, when the sale goes live, price changes are automatically rolled out. Flow by Shopify is one such tool that enables you to do this. This saves you a ton of work and brings down error rates.

2) Rolling out new products 

When you launch a new product or range of products, you not only have to handle putting it up on your website, but you also have the tasks that follow – publishing them on social media and other marketing and sales channels. Automating this process will save a ton of time and reduce the manpower required. This will help you bring down costs and also free up your schedule to focus on more important things.

There are tools available that allow you to preload your new products and have them automatically published on your store’s website, while it also rolls out onto all your sales channels. But remember, as much as we want to automate, when it comes to social media and emailers – it’s best to add a bit of personalized touch in them. You can try out tools like IFTTT that allow you to market products on multiple channels in a single go.

3) Managing out-of-stock products 

When you have a large catalog, it becomes hard to track inventory. There are apps that will allow you to automate inventory as well. When it comes to out-of-stock products, however, things become a bit more complex. Your marketing and advertising teams need to know not to promote these products until their back in stock. 

Imagine a potential customer sees an ad on Facebook for a product they are interested in, but when they click on it, they find out it’s out of stock. Not only do you lose a potential customer but you also wasted your advertising budget. 

So we think automating this area would make your business more efficient. When a product goes out of stock, it will automatically be unpublished and your teams would be notified so that they can pause promotions. Tools like Ecomdash and Contalog can help you manage inventory.

4) Reduce cart abandonment

Customers abandon their carts for various reasons. While for some it’s a personal habit to window shop and not to spend money on things they don’t need, for others, it’s because they realized they weren’t getting a good deal. No express shipping, surprise shipping rates, and complicated checkouts are some of the main reasons potential customers abandon the shopping journey. 

You can automate certain things in this stage of the journey to give the customer an extra push to buy. By adjusting prices during checkout and adding the reason – such as buying a combo, buying a certain quantity, discounts already applied – will give the shopper a sense that they are getting a good deal. You can also have discounts automatically applied to certain customers that have been tagged as “subscriber” or “gold member”.

Apart from this, if you are shipping globally, it goes without saying, showing the customers the rates in their own currency makes things much simpler. You wouldn’t want them doing calculations and conversions to figure out how much it’s costing them. 

Today there is a bunch of apps that have automated email features to send out reducing cart abandonment emails in order to save you time, and one of the most effective ones is an all-in-one marketing platform Growave. Its automated emails work as a reminder to purchase things that customers liked or will need in the future. For example, if your store’s visitor viewed any items and put them in a wishlist but never actually bought it, Growave will send a friendly reminder email about the items he liked. Those emails have a high rate of openings and usually turn a one-time visitor into a customer.

Growave is the all-in-one marketing platform that helps Shopify brands reach their audience, engage users and increase conversions with ease

5) Automating Payment Options 

What would we do without payment gateways? From only being able to use a credit card online, now we can shop with debit cards, internet banking, wallets, and so many more options! But not all options are available to all customers and all locations. 

You can automate your checkout to show and hide payment options to customers based on their device, location and order history. This makes it simpler for the customer and gives them options that make it easier for them to complete the transaction. Here too, Shopify’s Flow does the trick well.

6) Fraud Prevention

Compared to the chances of online fraud, shoplifting was much easier to contain. Customers, as well as businesses, face problems of fraud. 

Luckily now there’s a way of tracking it automatically. The market runs aplenty with anti-fraud products like Subuno, Riskified, and Signifyd. While scammers might be smart, you can be smarter. By using indicators and risk analysis automation, you can identify high-risk orders. This can be done by checking IP addresses, past patterns originating from the order location, customer behavior, and more. 

You can also automatically notify the security team to review the transaction. By doing so, you can reduce the risk of reverse charges and transaction disputes. This not only saves you money but also safeguards your brand image.

7) Identify and tag customers

It’s not an easy task to figure out which customer likes what. Through analytics tools, you can find out quite a few vital details about customers that will help you tailor your advertisements and enhance their experience. But it does require work on your end to identify and categorize customers. 

Well no more! It’s time to start automating these tasks. Based on a customer’s search, their source of origin, their time spent, their purchase history, their payment choice, etc., you can have them tagged into different segments. A tool like Metrilo can help you tag customers easily, and therefore, identify their needs so you can cater to them more efficiently. At the end of the day, as a business, the most important task is to keep the customer happy from start to end – with the goal of having them make a purchase and be a returning customer.

So there you have it! 7 ways you can automate parts of your business so that it runs smoothly. But wait, we have an added bonus! While there are so many things that can be automated in an eCommerce store, there’s one crucial thing we can’t leave out. While listing your products, you can’t spend hours on end arranging them and figuring out what’s best-selling, what’s trending, and which customer would like what! It’s simply not feasible and if you want to be successful, it’s just not an option to do it manually. There are services like Tagalys that use predictive technology to sort through your site and optimize your categorization and sequencing of products. This helps tailor and enhance your customer’s experience leading to a higher conversion rate.

It might take a bit of time to adjust to automation and you need to make sure everything works fine. We suggest you try it out in stages rather than implementing everything in one go! 

Once you’ve got these steps in place, you’ll have so much more time to focus on other things – like keeping that personal touch with customers! 

Posted in e-Commerce General

Three reasons why Tagalys powered product listing pages are likely to rank higher in organic search results for Magento and Shopify

Posted on July 5, 2019 by


The challenges in eCommerce are increasing every day and SEO is an important challenge faced by all. Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of increasing the quality and quantity of website traffic, by increasing the visibility of a website or a web page to users of a web search engine. 

Retailers invest in a  lot of effort and money to improvise the user experience & interface of their online store but fail in bringing high volumes of recurring organic traffic to their store. This part is very important for retailers as it directly impacts customer acquisition costs. It also affects the profits at the online store. Product Listing Pages are a source of generating high volumes of recurring organic traffic to the online store. These pages are most relevant for online shoppers as it immediately gives them a choice of products to engage. Creating and maintaining product listing pages in Magento or Shopify stores is a tedious task. It also requires a lot of manual effort.

 

(Creating a custom sale page in 30 seconds using Tagalys)

 

Using Tagalys retailers can create product listing pages in seconds & its visual merchandising capabilities completely enhances the experience delivered to the visitors. The Tagalys powered pages are dynamic and automated. These pages are also Search Engine Optimized if the meta-variables like title, description, meta keywords are set during page creation. 

Assuming SEO variables are set during page creation, some of the reasons why Tagalys powered pages are likely to rank higher in organic search results are as follows

Dynamic product sorting 

Products in Tagalys powered pages are by default sorted by the trending score. This score assigned to each product is dynamic. This is based on the overall performance of the product and its tags across the last 30 days. As over 70% of visitors click on products on page 1, T-Score sorting increases the CTR (Click-Through-Rate) of the page as trending products are displayed on page 1. This increase in CTR & reduction in page bounce rate improves the page ranking in web search engines.

Quicker API response time 

Faster load time with the trending products is more likely to keep your visitors engaged. Almost 60% of online visitors engage with online stores using mobile devices and mobile devices are notorious for high latency. Pages that load very slowly (after applying filters, sort options, etc.,) will cause visitors to leave the site almost immediately.  Tagalys powered pages respond in less than 90 milliseconds making the page load duration fast, bounce low & CTR high. This increase in CTR & reduction in page bounce rate, improve the page ranking in web search engines.

Dynamic page variables 

Tagalys allows retailers to add dynamic page variables using smart keys. A Smart Key is a dynamic variable that changes automatically based on changes made to the product table at your online store E.g., Product count, sale price, product tags, etc. It keeps the meta content refreshed always and gives visitors detailed information on the page. Dynamic content also keeps your content relevant & fresh.

 

(The above page variable is added using Tagalys Smart Key that varies automatically based on the store data)

 

While the above reasons help improve the performance of a page that contributes to page ranking, page ranking improves at a faster pace when high performing pages are subject to high traffic. Hence online retailers should ensure other onsite & offsite optimizations like interlinking, alt tags, mobile speeds, etc., are in check to ensure the raking increases as expected.

Tagalys powered pages have a high CTR & lower bounce than pages created on Magento & Shopify. Assuming onsite & offsite optimizations are done, you can be assured to have high page ranking on SERP (Search Engine Results Page). Tagalys also saves a lot of time and resources spent on SEO. 

Tagalys maximizes conversion rate & gives merchants visual control of products displayed in Site Search & Category pages at their online store. To know more about our solutions and features, get in touch with us now.

Posted in e-Commerce Product Listing pages

Want to Open a Shopify Store? These Shopify Plug-ins are a Must Have

Posted on April 28, 2019 by


Shopify has single-handedly lifted eCommerce to a whole new level. It is affordable, easy to use and ready to deploy. Shopify has enabled even small retailers to take on the big guns. In addition to this, Shopify has also allowed retailers to add applications. These applications customize the platform in order to better meet the specific needs of each store.

In fact, Shopify has now reached a point where its app store is inundated with thousands of applications. They can be used for a wide range of needs. For aspiring as well as well-established online retailers, it is becoming difficult to find the right add-ons for their store.

We understand the journey a retailer takes and have curated a list of apps that will help you get started and grow your business. The following apps have the highest ratings in their respective areas by the highest number of users.

 

Building your store – GemPages Page Builder

GemPages’ Page builder is a feature-packed store builder that lets you choose from thousands of stunning pre-built templates. You are not required to possess coding or design skills to make the most out of this app. You can easily build landing pages and product pages. It can be designed to convert visitors into customers. GemPages also allows you to integrate your store with Facebook Pixel and Google’s shopping catalog. With its easy-to-use features, GemPages can make it easy even for an absolute beginner to open a store on Shopify.

 

Inventory Management – Bulk Product Edit

Bulk Product Edit allows you to easily upload, update or remove hundreds of SKUs. This is done in a matter of a few minutes. You can simply upload a CSV or an excel sheet to the app and it will take care of populating your store with all the products. It also gives you the ability to schedule offers with the start and end date. Also, it helps to undo multiple changes with a single click. As an added advantage, you can also upload the URL and meta descriptions for all your products in a few clicks. This ensures that all your pages are SEO-friendly. The hassle of inventory management is taken care of by BPE.  You can save resources and time on an otherwise draining job.

 

Marketing your store – Kit

The kit recommends the right Facebook and Instagram marketing activities which are most likely to drive sales. With Kit, you can create dynamic ads, including retargeting ads to bring visitors back to your store. Since Kit is built with artificial intelligence, you are not required to have in-depth marketing and analytics knowledge to optimize your ads. The app works 24×7 to analyze your products. These features make Kit your cost-effective and personal marketing executive, who is always available to connect and brainstorm with.

 

Shipping and Tracking – Shippo

Shippo is a shipping and tracking app that provides you with discounted shipping rates for even large orders. Shippo allows you to connect with around 50 plus carriers from around the world and also provide your customers with accurate and transparent tracking information. In several instances, customers might love your products and offers and yet, not complete the purchase after taking a look at the shipping charges. With Shippo, you can get the best deals and ensure the timely delivery of your products to your customers.

 

Returns Management – AfterShip Return Center

AfterShip is a user-friendly returns management system which makes it easy for your customers to return shipped products. With AfterShip, you can create custom returns policy, automated status notifications, all without your customers having to mail your store’s support desk. Allowing your customers to return products hassle-free can help build more customer-trust. With such a comprehensive solution, you can also save on the resources you would otherwise have to dedicate towards returns management.

Owning a successful eCommerce store isn’t determined only by providing your customers with what they need. In today’s competitive marketplace, it is necessary to go the extra mile and use novel methods to make a customer’s purchasing journey as effortless and enjoyable as possible.

At Tagalys we work to make this process easier, providing your online store with the ability to distinguish itself as the go-to store in any niche. Our solutions advance the visual merchandising capabilities of your store by understanding customer behavior and displaying products they are more likely to buy. To know more about our solutions, and how we can help you meet your merchandising objectives, please get in touch with us today!

Posted in e-Commerce General Site Reviews

Amazon My Mix: Personalized e-commerce shop increases product views and conversion

Posted on October 16, 2017 by


Amazon, started a version of a personalized store called My Mix, in June 2017 to help visitors save time and find products quickly. The one common trend across every online store globally is that over 60% of their visitors engage with the store via a mobile device. This changes the expectation of behavior as visitors on mobile devices have more urgency than visitors on desktop. They are typically on the go and get to see only 2 to 4 products per screen. So should you design a separate site for mobile visitors? No. Applying a personalization engine will address this challenge and a personalized store ensures visitors are more likely to stay longer at your store.

What is a personalized store?

Personalized stores from Tagalys, collect every signal left by visitors across your site to learn more about their interest and predict what products they might be interested in. This API collects data from online retailers via a Tagalys analytics file. This requires no additional work from clients to send the data and applies real-time 1:1 personalization to create a personalized store in real-time.

Visitor benefits of a personalized store

While the benefits are applicable across devices, we feel the personalized store is more suited for mobile users. Because it allows them to engage with an online store in a frictionless manner. For example, if you have shown interest in midi skirts and maxi dresses, instead of having to navigate back to the categories and restart your browsing experience, the personalized store would already have that available for you. This saves you clicks, time and the efforts to start your experience. It is like the store reorganizing its aisles for each visitor vs. having each visitor walk across the static store each time to restart their shopping journey.

Retailer benefits of a personalized store

Since the retailer now has the ability to dynamically reprioritize what products & categories to show each visitor based on their unique interest we have seen the following KPIs improve at the store.

  • Engagement or reduction in bounce rate
  • Product views per visitor
  • Product views per session
  • Add to carts per visitor
  • Conversion rates that are 3X better than other product discovery channels

How do you signup for Personalized Stores from Tagalys?

Signup as a new client at Tagalys and install any of our extensions to your platform. Contact the Tech Support team from Tagalys and request them to enable Personalization for your store, as this API is not enabled by default. Our team will study your product catalog & configuration and work with you the determine the best-personalized setup for your store. This process should not take more than 24-48 hours to be completed. Tagalys reports will also showcase the live data on the impact personalization brings to your store. This can help you determine if personalization from Tagalys is right for your business.

Posted in e-Commerce Personalization

eCommerce site search in Magento and Shopify – Factors driving conversion to product views

Posted on October 14, 2017 by


Having an intelligent site search engine like Tagalys by itself is no silver bullet. The engine has to be used by visitors, only then can it analyze data and continue building intelligence to deliver the results expected of it. So what drives conversion or CTR to view products, besides the search itself

Design of the Search Box

Post integrating an intelligent search engine, retailers should make a change in design to ensure visitors coming back take notice of the design change, calling them to try the new search functionality.

Call to Action buttons

Now that you have made a change in design, it has been proven that unless a distinct call to action button is used to trigger your visitor’s click behavior, they are still less likely to search and maximize the usage of the engine.

Facets & filters

Always ensure the search results have the most relevant filters to allow your visitors to quickly drill down. This is important, cause on mobile devices they are likely to view 2 to 4 product impressions per screen. Even if your catalog has less than 50 products per category, that could take 10 page scrolls to full view. Also filters also help visitors find products that may not be visible easy to group together. For example, products priced between $25-$50, or fabric = Red, Only full sleeves, etc.,

Sort Options

You do not need to have all possible sort options, but some of the basic must-haves are Price: High to Low, Price: Low to High, New Arrivals. The rest are optional like Name: Ascending/Descending, Sort by Brand name, etc.,

After having all these in place, you have to review the analytics on a weekly/monthly basis looking at rolling averages, to see if you are making progress to metrics like searches/visitor, product views per search session, click depth, etc.,

Tagalys maximizes conversion rate & gives merchants visual control of products displayed in Site SearchCategory Pages & Product Recommendations at their online store. To know more about our solutions and features, get in touch with us now.

Posted in eCommerce Site Search

Extracting insights from search data in your Magento or Shopify eCommerce store

Posted on December 22, 2016 by


We recently shared a detailed post on the need for Search in eCommerce where we refer to the Search function as speaking to a salesperson in a brick & mortar store. So let’s continue with the same analogy here.

As a retail store owner, your in-store salesperson (search), is interacting with visitors. He/She gets to know their interest in products, colors, fabrics, specifications, etc. Every minute detail of interest is explicitly shared by your visitors during the search process. This is further fine-tuned by the selection of filters to find that product that will convert them to a customer. This treasure trove of data (search queries & filters) should be used by your marketing and planning teams to improve the topline and bottom line of your business.

Topline impact

Retailers have access to search data and resulting visitor engagement details. The details of products clicked, the position of clicks, time spent, visitor segments, etc., are also available. Your team thus has data to understand what your customers seek.

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For example, if the top search query in New York City, is “Kohler Faucets” and in San Diego is “Moen”. For the same data period across segments, it would be wise to promote products that match that query. Also, specific products within that query in your SEO and SEM campaigns can be geofenced to New York City and San Diego. This process of creating focussed marketing campaigns to target each customer segment is bound to deliver higher ROI. The only caveat is that you need “enough” data to make sense out of it.

Search data can also be used to decide what banners within the website, to guide visitors to a landing page with relevant results. Our advice on the Home Page banner strategy is to dedicate 2/5 banners to Search data (historical data). And 3/5 banners to external trend data. Hence if your top site-wide searches are “Faucets” and ” Moen”, create a landing page dedicated to these two keywords. This can include products that received the most engagement for those keyword searches. Offers or incentives based on the data can also be put up as banners. This can accelerate engagement, conversion and revenue generation.

Bottom Line Impact

Analyzing search queries gives you access to customer demand data. This can be used to better plan stock to ensure supply meets demand. For example, if your customers are seeking “Ruby rings” and only 5% of your stock in rings contain the Ruby stone and over 50% in Diamond rings, there is a good chance, you are going to be subject to low inventory turns. This is not good for your cash flow and will drive the “Discounting” act if you need to move the stock. Stocking products that are in demand could increase the probability that customers are less inclined to discounts as they need it NOW.

Tagalys maximizes conversion rate & gives merchants visual control of products displayed in Site SearchCategory Pages & Product Recommendations at their online store. To know more about our solutions and features, get in touch with us now.

Posted in eCommerce Site Search

The need for personalized search in your Magento or Shopify eCommerce store

Posted on December 20, 2016 by


eCommerce Search, Site Search or Product Search are a few of the terms that refer the experience of allowing a visitor quickly find a set of products that match a search query entered in the search bar within an eCommerce store. Search is the key revenue driver at the lowest operational cost for leading retailers across the world. Data recorded by Tagalys across clients shows that less than 10% of visitors use Search. But they drive anywhere between 30% to 40% of the store’s revenue. This is evident as leading retailers display a prominent search bar with a clear call to action, that drives visitors to search for products. Interested – Sign up now.

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walmart search bar

Site Search

Site Search is a product discovery channel that can deliver conversion rates almost 2X higher than regular listing pages. These numbers hold water only if you have the right engine and not based purely on keyword relevance (Search 1.0). Some of the other benefits of Site Search are reduced time to checkout, higher product views per visit and increased order value per customer. But there are many instances of online retailers giving little or no importance to the Search experience within their store. If you already know this, Sign up now and improve your visitor engagement.

Let’s take a step back and consider offline retail, cause online commerce is only an extension of offline retail. Hypothetically, you own this fabulous brand and open two stores in the same city. They have the same inventory (Product catalog), physical store format (UI) and display Merchandising (UX). But one has a shopping assistant and the other does not. The store with an assistant will deliver more sales and the amount by which it improves will depend on the aptitude of the shopping assistant. Most visitors with an intent of purchase will interact with the salesperson – “Do you have shoes?”, that leads to relevant questions “What brand, size, color?”, resulting in products that best suit the query. This is what Search 1.0 for eCommerce is expected to do. Understand what your visitors seek (Search query), ask relevant questions about that query (Filters) and show products (Search results) that match the query (No usage of data analytics).

Personalization in Site Search

Then came along a smarter shopping assistant (Search 2.0) who started to consider what was sold, what products were viewed and visited the dressing room. With this intelligence, products shown not only match the query but also consider store analytics to support the increase in sales probability. But today, a salesperson remembers you, knows what you like or what someone with your shopping persona may like. He will show you products for the same query based on individual persona data. Ensuring products shown are not pushed based on store data, but personally relevant to you as it is based on individual shopping persona data. This is Search 3.0. Interested – Sign up now.

shopping assistant in store

The rise of Search 3.0 or personalized search is driven by the “Attention Economy” and the rise in mobile-first discovery. Almost 60% of visitors engage with an eCommerce store via a mobile device, they are on the move, pressed to time and prone to distractions. Personalization of Search improves visitor engagement as it makes Search a personally relevant experience.

So if you think intelligent or personalized search will boost sales for your eCommerce business, start considering the following

  1. Make vs. Buy
    • What will be the lost revenue over 8 to 10 months by not installing intelligent or personalized search
    • What will be increasing in operating costs when internal resources are deployed to build the same inhouse?
    • What will be monthly recurring cost (hardware, software and human resources) to build, maintain and continue keeping abreast of the best in technology?
    • What should I budget every month to gain access to reliable intelligent or personalized search almost instantly?
    • What uplift in sales will a 3rd party Search solution offer my eCommerce business
  2. What will be increased in visitors who search, if I make the search bar more prominent with a clear call to action and resulting increase in revenue if my search conversion were to improve by a minimum of 50%?
  3. What will be the increase in cash flow if visitors become customers faster?

Tagalys maximizes conversion rate & gives merchants visual control of products displayed in Site SearchCategory Pages & Product Recommendations at their online store. To know more about our solutions and features, get in touch with us now.

Posted in eCommerce Site Search