A webinar for arts and cultural organisations to learn how to successfully plan and launch an online shop.
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Webinar recording – How to improve your online shop sales conversion
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About the webinar
When a customer lands on your online shop and clicks through to a product page, they’re usually just a click away from completing the purchase process, but that won’t happen if those pages aren’t optimised for conversion. Approximately 96% of visitors that land on your website are not ready to buy, so by optimising your product pages you will convert more visitors into customers.
In this session we look at quick wins and tactics to apply to any online shop regardless of platform and review a marketing strategy framework to improve your customer sales cycle to encourage repeat business and customer loyalty.
Presented by Emma Roberts, previous Tech Champion for eCommerence and Merchandising, as part of the Association for Cultural Enterprises Conference on Thursday 27 May 2021.
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Learn how to develop, strategise and market a successful Print on Demand offering for your online shop.
A webinar for arts and culture organisations to learn retail benchmarks for sales conversion and best practice for improving customer funnels on mobile devices. Presented in partnership with IMRG.
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