How do you convince shoppers to buy your product, without causing an information overload? Read this guide to find out how.
Site performance is often overlooked by merchants as a factor that contributes to their store’s conversion rate. Find out how in this guide.
Thanks to all who showed up to Grid/AKL yesterday, for our last Shopify meetup of the year! In case you weren't able to show up, this is what you missed: Whether or not you were there, this blog article is for you-- we have four open-ended questions that summarize the...
In our last Auckland Shopify Meetup of the year, we plan to go out with a bang!
This week, we wrote a case study about Addison Clothing, an online maternity clothing store who approached us last year to redesign their online store. In this case study we break down the issues that Addison Clothing had with their original eCommerce store, how we...
Product pages are a vital part of any website. It’s the page that sells your product to your shoppers. But it won’t do a very good job if it’s missing any of these vital ingredients…
Capturing email addresses are an important piece of the puzzle when focusing on improving your conversion rates.
Instagram is a fantastic source of free traffic – when you know how to use it.
Abandoned carts are a natural part of the online selling business – so don’t stress when you see them happening. People often get distracted or weren’t serious buyers in the first place. Much like when you go window shopping at a brick & mortar store.
If you’ve had a popular product sell out and you aren’t doing anything to capture those still visiting the product page, you’re leaving money on the table.