Product descriptions that sell!

Product descriptions that sell!

Online brands struggle most when they can’t communicate the value of their products. If you’ve been trying to figure out how to increase sales on your e-shop, you might be in the same situation. The browser that doesn’t feel like a product is worth it will never become a buyer.

Neuromarketing or how to catch your clients’ eyes!

Neuromarketing or how to catch your clients’ eyes!

Before social media, your boss may have increased your budget and told you to buy more ads, sponsor additional events, or throw your logo on a bus stop bench, but in today’s world, the biggest challenge for marketers is getting better results while spending less money. How can we solve this challenge? Neuromarketing.

Different generations’ shopping habits!

Different generations’ shopping habits!

In today’s over-saturated market, finding the right customers is crucial to your success. Only by targeting and knowing what their expectations are will you be able to meet their constantly rising needs. There are numerous factors that determine shoppers’ buying habits and the most important of them is the generation gap. Influenced by a multitude of cultural and social circumstances, different generations develop distinct shopping habits. By assessing customers’ upbringing, behavior patterns, interests, motivations, and goals, you will manage to determine where to direct product development.   Millennials (1980 – 2000) Product discovery through integrated approach Considering that 91% of teens who own a cell phone actively text, this is one of the most efficient ways to address them and inform them about your product. Grown up in the world of digital evolution, these so-called Digital Natives are familiar with the basics of online marketing and, most importantly, of their value as consumers. They don’t respond to traditional marketing tactics. For them, images of products posted on social media by their actual users serve as a guarantee of quality. Additionally, Millennials want marketers to know their opinion on their product and, for this purpose, they use hashtags. This is called user-generated content and it plays a vital role in leveraging user social proof.   Social awareness is important! As they were affected by the financial crisis, Millennials are extremely price-sensitive. Among all factors like product quality, availability, and reliability, price plays a fundamental role in their buying decisions. Another important trait that characterizes them is a strong sense of social awareness. Namely, this group prefers buying from brands that...