There are a number of factors that can negatively impact your eCommerce conversion rates, your store traffic could be high but potential customers are abandoning their carts before checkout or you're struggling to increase traffic and it's keeping your conversion rates low.
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You probably already know that there has been an increase in online shopping since lockdown began and traditional bricks and mortar stores were forced to close, after all, it makes sense… if people can’t physically visit your store, going online to buy what they want and need is the obvious alternative.
For many businesses this has been the silver lining to the heavy rain cloud of the Covid-19 Pandemic and enough to even get excited about claiming a larger slice of the growing online shopping pie!
Find out what sales enablement is, why it's so important and how it can put your sales team back on the right course...
Learn to use HubSpot automation and you’ll gain access to one of the most powerful sales tools in the world! When used to its full potential, sales automation has the potential to make everyone's life easier and give back time to your team. Even better, it has the potential to help your prospects (and customers) too.
HubSpot has an arsenal of tools to enable your sales team to knock it out of the park every time. There’s Lead Enrichment, Email Templates, Meeting Scheduling, Call Recording, Lead Scoring, and Email Open Notifications and so much more.
The simple answer to this question is yes but after many years of hard work structuring your business strategy around ‘the funnel’ and a ton of real-world data demonstrating how well ‘the funnel’ has been working, you’re wondering, why?
It’s well known in the marketing world that HubSpot offers one of the most powerful Marketing, Sales and CRM platforms.
So, all of your lovely website traffic isn’t generating any new business! People are visiting your site, but those visits aren’t leading to new customers - or even new sales leads. Why?!
A simple scenario: Imagine you are trying to sell your house. Your first step is to choose a real estate agent to represent you.
Of the two agencies you look at, one has an active blog on real estate tips and tricks. You read their useful, non-fluff articles on how to prepare financially before selling a home. You later notice that the same agency is present in the homebuyers’ forums you’ve been following, answering questions and providing a wide array of resources to people in their research stage.
The other agency is well reputed but has been largely inactive on social channels. Now, when it comes to choosing someone to represent you, who would you go with?