Customers who redeem their loyalty points will end up buying more on your store.
Everyone has that one friend who loves a good deal.
Over the past few weeks we’ve done a series of posts on everything you need to know to launch a successful Loyalty Program on your Shopify store. Today we're going tie it all together.
In our first post, we explored the benefits of offering a loyalty program on your store, different types of loyalty programs and rewards you could offer, and the groundwork necessary before launching.
In our second post, we took a peek into the world of marketing your loyalty program, including what communication channels to focus on, what to center your content around, different sale ideas for a successful launch, and how to measure your success.
There are so many different subscription business models available for store owners right now: Meal delivery services, mystery boxes, or the classic recurring subscription box arriving at your door each month.
But how do you know if they're right for your store?
I know when I started thinking about offering subscriptions on my online store, I immediately pictured putting together a subscription box every month to send to my customers.
If you've never heard of SubSummit before, it's the first and only conference devoted exclusively to the subscription commerce industry in the world.
Each year it brings together partners, business owners, and industry leaders looking to grow their existing subscription businesses, or just soak in the knowledge from those around them.
This year, our very own Ryan McDermott, Business Development Manager, and Leanne Lucas, Account Manager, Bold Subscriptions, made their first appearance at SubSummit 2018 held in beautiful Denver, Colorado.
Here's what they had to say.
Learn about the highest-converting bundle sales you can run on your eCommerce store, and find out which bundling strategy is the best match for your business.
Do you have a subscription business?
If you do, then you know they can take So. Much. Time.
Even if you have a whole team of people working for you, precious hours are spent manually doing tasks that bigger brands have already automated.
Our feeds will soon be filled with fireworks, BBQ's, and of course everything red, white, and blue as Americans gear up to celebrate the most patriotic day of the year: the Fourth of July.
And just like Valentines Day and Mothers Day before it, Independence Day should be a major date on your marketing calendar.
With the average American spending approximately $300 each, retailers in every industry can take advantage of this spending bump by promoting their brands with a fun marketing campaign.
So before you start planning which get togethers you'll attend this year, take at look at these five ways you can drive traffic to your online store this Independence Day.
What happens when you take two complementary items on your store and sell them as a bundle?
You have a whole new product to market - one that decreases your shipping costs while INCREASING your average order value.