Welcome to this edition of “E-Commerce Tip of the Month,” a blog series where we provide retailers like you with actionable advice to increase sales and improve the customer journey in your online shop. This month: digital window shoppers and suggestive search.
Learn how Elkjøp Nordic has digitally transformed themselves over the years to provide the best online experience to their customers.
Klickparts provides customers with an intuitive B2B online shop that dramatically simplifies and accelerates the purchase of spare parts, all while providing price transparency.
Globus Baumarkt sees impressive results with FACT-Finder since going live on Cyber Week.
World Travel Market 2012: 05-08 November 2012
Visitors to this year’s World Travel Market in London had a chance to participate in a particularly interesting seminar, namely in “Search Engine Update 2012”. The host Paul Richer, Senior Partner Genesys invited three prestigious experts: Carsten Kraus, Founder & CEO of FACT-Finder, Nate Bucholz, Industry Head of Travel Google UK, and Andrew Jones, Head of Account Management Search Yahoo! UK. The speakers discussed how quickly the appetite for online travel booking is growing and highlighted the latest developments in online and on-site search engines.
FACT-Finder Travel is the innovative semantic search technology for online travel portals. Interviewed on rheinmain.tv Carsten Kraus, CEO of FACT-Finder, and Anja Maisch, Head of FACT-Finder Travel, explain the functions and advantages of FACT-Finder Travel and why it will be the future usability standard of online travel portals.
There are lots of reasons for using list or grid view in your online shop. But in which cases is it more profitable to use grid instead of list view? When does the list view perform the best? We have gathered some tips for displaying the search results for the online shop visitors.
“All we want for Christmas is traffic”, this slightly modified version of Mariah Carey’s Christmas evergreen could be the anthem of eCommerce enthusiasts these days. As it is, most shop owners put a lot of effort (and money) in SEO and SEM but neglect to focus on important on-site issues such as product presentation in result pages.