How to Sell Children’s Products and Toys Online

How to Sell Children’s Products and Toys Online

E-commerce needs to come out and play. Follow your inner child and learn how to sell children’s products and toys online! The best toys and children’s items open up our imaginations. They teach us about ourselves, as well as the world around us. Keep your children’s articles and toys online shop practical and smart (without spoiling the fun) and show your competitors not to play around with you.

Be Delicious! 8 appetizing Marketing Strategies for Food E-commerce

Be Delicious! 8 appetizing Marketing Strategies for Food E-commerce

Use delicious visuals to trigger their appetite and detailed labels to keep them healthy. Emphasize google search campaigns and make social media your cherry on top marketing strategy. Remember to engage with your foodies on a constant basis and create a subscription service to make their life easier. Piece of cake!

How to Boost Your Online Shop Sales During Easter – 7 Eggcellent Marketing Tips and Tricks

How to Boost Your Online Shop Sales During Easter – 7 Eggcellent Marketing Tips and Tricks

The Easter Bunny is just a click away. It’s time to think of creative marketing strategies to boost your sales. Our advice? Be unique! Customise your web design and turn Easter traditions into smart online marketing campaigns. Leverage social media and never forget to create FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). Always be one step ahead of your competitors and learn from your mistakes.

Tracking Pixels: What They Are & Why You Need Them

Tracking Pixels: What They Are & Why You Need Them

What is a Tracking Pixel?   We’ve all heard of pixels before. It takes many of them to form the text, images, or videos that we see on our screens. But these innocent colorful dots have no interest in your online activity whatsoever. Enter – the tracking pixel. Tracking pixels are snippets of code containing an external link to a dedicated server, which can be embedded in a webpage, email, or banner ad to collect information. They are generally tiny (creating a 1×1 pixel graphic), transparent, and hidden so they can discreetly monitor each of your online actions. They gather data on user behavior, cultural and geographic context, web traffic, and site conversions, providing key details for marketers. How does it work?   When someone visits your website or opens your email, the HTML code is processed by their browser, following the link and opening the hidden graphic. This action is then identified and recorded in the server’s log files, allowing for different information to be transmitted. Some of the data points gathered by tracking pixels include:   Visited webpages   Time of visit   In-session activities   Operating system used   Device type   Screen resolution   IP address If you think that sounds like a cookie, you’re almost right. Tracking pixels and cookies are in fact quite similar; that’s why they are often used in conjunction with one another. Both cookies and tracking pixels are used to monitor users’ online activity and provide personalized content (ads, recommended products, etc.). However, unlike pixels, cookies are browser specific, most often used for storing user credentials, which simplifies the login...