For E-commerce brands, the biggest time of the year is just around the corner. Speaking from experience with clients Black Friday and Cyber Monday can be a MAD scramble to organize creatives, sales, and implement MAJOR projects that can put a halt to incredible growth opportunities.
For E-commerce brands the biggest time of the year is just around the corner. Speaking from experience with cliental Black Friday and Cyber Monday can be a MAD scramble to organize creatives, sales, and implement MAJOR projects that can put a halt to incredible growth opportunity.
If your brand is looking for maximum sales during the holiday season coming up you have come to the right place. We have built a complimentary checklist guide for the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales events STRICTLY for E-commerce companies.
Our guide covers the following items:
Website optimization especially for mobile
Website and user testing
Retargeting and audience strategies
How to build BUZZ on your sales and specials
Customer service during the season
What to do after the holiday season
& much more
All of this is packaged into a checklist you and your E-commerce company can use to stay on track and execute on time. The checklist is broken up in segments of 8 weeks before, 6 weeks before, 2 weeks before, the weekend of the event, and post-Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
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