Your eCommerce product descriptions are the last opportunity to create a sale. Learn how to write product descriptions that convert.
If your subscribers don’t get your emails, you might have an email deliverability problem. Here’s how to keep your list clean so they all get through.
Spring is officially here (at least in the Northern Hemisphere where most of the Jilt team lives) and Jilt continues to sprout new features. Since our last update, we’ve made a number of improvements to Jilt that will make things easier for shops with multiple managers or those that contract with outside developers, and released v1.3 of Jilt for Easy Digital Downloads. But what we’re most excited about is what we’re working on next… Request […]
Instead of driving as much traffic as possible, it’s smarter (and cheaper) to focus on the traffic that adds the most value to your business.
Your “Thank you” page is a useful tool to grow your business and brand. Learn how you can squeeze more value from your “Thank you” page.
Ecommerce changes rapidly. There’s always something new each year. Learn the big trends you can expect to see more of in 2018.
You know the stats. 70 percent of online shopping carts are abandoned before purchase, and by using an eCommerce email marketing tool like Jilt, you can recover some of that revenue. But here’s the rub: only a portion of those abandoned carts are recoverable. If you haven’t collected an email address from the customer, Jilt can’t send recovery emails. That’s why we’ve introduced a new feature that helps you collect email addresses from more of […]
We’re excited to be partnering with Liquid Web, one of the world’s most trusted and reliable web hosts, to bring Jilt email automation to all of their Managed WooCommerce Hosting customers. Store owners on Liquid Web’s Managed WooCommerce plans will get white-glove treatment and have their Jilt account already verified and ready-to-go to start recovering revenue using abandon cart and follow-up emails.
We organize our work at Jilt into six week cycles with two week buffers. Planning this way helps us prioritize and make sure we’re able to consistently deliver new features and updates. You’ll see the proof of that in updates like this one every few weeks. (Curious to learn more about this process? We based it on how Basecamp organizes their work.) We’re in the middle of our current cycle, and we’ve got a few […]
The Jilt team took some time to rest and recharge over the holidays, and now we’re back and pushing full steam ahead to make Jilt even more useful for you in 2018. First out of the gate, we have a bunch of big additions to the app this week, including post purchase follow ups, test mode, and an enhanced abandoned orders view. We’ve been teasing the idea that Jilt would begin doing more than recover […]