How much do design, site speed, and merchandise reviews affect e-commerce checkout behaviour? Even more than you might believe…
Regarding general design, some 93% of people say visuals are the most influential factor in the purchase decision, according to vouchercloud.
Additionally, shoppers assess a product within 90 seconds to decide whether to purchase it.
Site speed also plays a huge role. If a page takes three seconds to load, 57% of online consumers will abandon the site; of those visitors, 80% will never return
Product reviews, also, influence online shoppers. Some 85% of consumers read reviews that are online for local companies before making a purchase. According to VoucherCloud
, “Of those, 79% trust the reviews as much as a personal recommendation”
Read more: http://www.marketingprofs.com/chirp/2014/25578/consumer-psychology-and-the-e-commerce-checkout-infographic
A multi channel ecommerce system has emerged as a bolt-on for businesses which are managing their online stores on independent platforms.
To increase your customer base and your revenues implementing a system which can save your time and integrate all the sales channels is wise step. Integration of all the retail channels offers you the freedom to manage all the stores from one common place. To target global set of customers, you have to choose the solutions which can provide you the latest functionalities.
This infographic, created by Syncline, provides a brief introduction and advantages of multi retail channel solution. Check out the statistics and learn more about the ecommerce trends.
Everyone always urges you to recycle your ink cartridges, but do you know why? This infographic explains the benefits of recycling ink cartridges — both for you AND the environment.
We hope you like this biscuits infographic which has some very fascinating stats on nutrition and optimum dunk time for your favourite biscuits.
It also presents some interesting results about which drinks people prefer to have a biscuit with and some impressive stats on the two main biscuit corporations as well as the most common biscuit related injuries!
Surprising facts include the fact that biscuits might have been made since around 10,000 years ago in China! Surprisingly, you’ll also find that those in the UK eat a lot of biscuits (which they appear to like with their cup of tea).
Best read whilst eating a biscuit… obviously!!
Came across this one the other day and thought i’d post it as its relative to my interests. The timelines are not 100% accurate and for those, like me, who have been involved with SEO during this period, there’s a lot missing especially from around 2007-2010 where automated link building dominated the landscape. Either way, it put a smile on my face as it reminded me of my time starting off in the industry!
Soo, today we have a new infographic from our friends over at PPI Claims Adviceline. It’s not what we’d typically consider to be an infographic as it’s not a visual representation on data or explanatory in any way… but it’s funny, and we like it so it get’s a nod from us!
The irony of no.2 is that getting the correct amount of PPI compensation from your the banks can sometimes feel like mission impossible!
Ok… this isn’t the type of infographic that is normally accepted for publication on GraphicsMayhem.com because it’s a little too ‘wordy’ for our liking, but i was sent a link to this via facebook and was intrigued by it – so i thought i’d share it!
It challenges so many assumptions that we automatically make and helps you to look at things from a different perspective.
The premier bait used in the sentricon system was the first termite treatment active ingredient accepted for registration under the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Reduced Risk Pesticide initiative, based on its low impact on human health, low toxicity to non target organism (birds, fish and plants) and low potential for groundwater contamination when compared with other commercially available termite treatment options. And it’s the only termite control product ever to receive the presidential green chemistry challenge award. Something no other termite control product can claim. This award is one of the federal government’s top environmental honors.
Small business owners across the world understand that investing in marketing materials and services is a necessary expense to ensure future customers and revenue. Even with this knowledge, many small business owners ignore their marketing plans and budgets until all the money is doled out for the year. This needs to change if small business owners want to be intelligent with their expenditures and get the best ROI possible.
We have four main strategies that were highlighted in the infographic that have a different fit for small businesses at different periods of the business. The four budgets are:
- Dollar Approach – A simple budget style, yet less effective since it’s only a flat rate method
- Match Competitor – In this plan you’re trying to keep up with your competitor, it’s not the most scientific method and you’re only playing catchup
- Percent of Sales – This strategy starts to get a bit more accurate and bases your spending off of your annual sales, generally about 9-12% of sales.
- Marketing Plan Objective – This strategy is the best budget of the four, it’s the most accurate although the most difficult to implement. It involves breaking out your business goals and aligning marketing objective with them. Then you allocate budget to the objectives at the appropriate level.
The most important takeaway is that small businesses should do a more intelligent job planning their budgets for the year and aligning their marketing spend with their business goals. Budgeting can be one of the least fun parts of your year, but very necessary, and it will pay off in the long run.
Infographic by Coastal Creative Reprographics
There are a dizzying number purported health tips out there for women, and many of them are entirely useless. More people give advice than really know what they’re talking about, and listening to anything and everything you hear can be destructive to your body.
Particularly menacing is when these “tips” in fact give advice that deprives your body of much-needed nutrients. Protein is an example of a vital part of the diet that is often disavowed by certain health food “experts” and weight loss advocates. But don’t be fooled! Here’s all you need to know about the importance of protein in a healthy diet—both for staying in shape and staying healthy overall.
Protein Power Facts – Infographic