We got the excellent news on Wednesday, September 23. AddShoppers is one of the Best Places to Work in Charlotte! The Charlotte Business Journal stopped by our office to deliver the good news along with a yummy tray of desserts. This is how they describe the criteria for selection ...
You work hard to maintain your brand’s strict standards both on and offline. We understand how important this is, so our team is constantly seeking out new ways to help you meet that goal.
We’ve made this happen in the past by enabling you with the ability to customize your Smart Sharing Buttons, use one-time or unique coupon codes in the Social Rewards App, and customize the Trending Wall in many different ways from sorting options, to pagination type, and even determining number of items per page.
You spoke again, and we listened! Can you picture the share link that lives in all of our sharing modals and represents your brand when it’s shared out to social media sites? If not, here’s a screenshot to refresh your memory:
That share link is what allows our Platform to track actual sales back to influencers and their shares to social networks. http://shop.pe is the standard AddShoppers short URL and some of you have requested to have the ability to update this in a way that would more accurately reflect your brand.
Great news, now you may use your own short URL instead of http://shop.pe. Don’t worry, using your own won’t interrupt any of the tracking you love about AddShoppers, you’ll just build brand awareness while doing so. The icing on the cake is, just like with all AddShoppers features, set-up is a breeze.
You may be asking, which AddShoppers Apps does this apply to? The short (no pun intended) answer is: any App that drives referral traffic by facilitating the process of sharing on-site content, off-site.
To learn more, contact your AddShoppers Client Success Manager or click here to get in touch.
Recently, we held a presentation called Go Out with a Bang! End of Year Strategies to Maximize Revenue. We covered exclusive stats from our network as well as strategies and tactics to help you make the most of your fourth quarter selling season.
We're super excited to announce the biggest update ever to the Trending Wall app!
So far in 2015, brands have taken unique approaches to spur impulse shopping surrounding pseudo-holidays, such as this AddShoppers favorite: National Hot Dog Day!
It could be a tough time convincing your team that August 27: National Just Because Day, makes for a worthwhile marketing campaign with only anecdotal evidence that it could drive significant revenue for your brand. So where do you start to prove otherwise? Google “weird holidays” and you have over sixty million hits. That’s a big pool. Merchants can jumpstart their holiday brand exposure & sales by taking a peek at China’s top grossing shopping day: Singles’ Day.
Nothing is worse than needing help and getting an automated system with no discernible way way out. “Operator.” “Representative.” “I hate you.” Nothing. Think about how irritating it is when all you’re looking for is a little help and you have to jump through hoops to get it. While you may wish this upon your worst enemy, you most certainly would not want any of your clients to experience this when they’re interacting with your brand. The goal should be for every one of your clients to feel as though they’re your ONLY client. The advent of various amazing CSM software platforms may allow you to “scale” a lot of your client success tasks - but how do you achieve scale and also keep it from feeling robotic to your clients? How can you “humanize” your customer service experience? It’s one of the great questions of the 21st century. Hyperbole? Maybe. But for Client Success teams this is everything.
The roll-out seems modest at first: Pinterest announced that visitors will be able to buy directly onsite through the use of “Buyable Pins”. There are also limitations: users must be on an IPad or IPhone, and only merchants on the Shopify or Demandware e-commerce platforms qualify to sell through Pinterest (along with a few major retailers piloting the program such as Macy’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom’s). Even as a pilot program, however, buyable pins represent a big evolution in social commerce. Why? Because merchants will now have an entirely new sales platform to sell-through, covering their off-site presence as well as their on-site channel. The big blue pin is not the first effort at monetizing social media, but it is the most talked-about development in awhile.