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eCommerce receipt emails are more than just a transaction record. They're an important part of the customer journey and an effective marketing opportunity.
You won't get very far with a perfect product if you don't know who will buy it. In fact, before you decide what to sell, you need to find your audience.
PopSockets grew a simple lifehack and into a $169 million business by prototyping fast, finding the right growth channels, and embracing personalization.
Packaging is the first thing your customers encounter when their receive your product, and you want to make a great first impression.
The eCommerce buying experience is about more than just your products or website. Baron Fig excels at delivering a cohesive experience start to finish.
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For as long as there has been eCommerce, there have been abandoned carts. This is the history of the most effective solution so far: abandoned cart emails.
Selling online to a hyperlocal audience has unique challenges. Here's how meal-delivery service Feast and Fettle is finding customers and prepping to scale.