Hannah Stacey

Hannah is Ometria’s marketing manager, and spends most of her time reading and writing useful stuff about ecommerce marketing. Outside of work, she offsets her penchant for Cadbury crunchies with love of long-distance running.
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Ecommerce Events, Trade Shows and Conferences in 2017 & 2018

Posted by Hannah Stacey 27 Oct 17

Lifecycle_the smart ecommerce marketing conference Conferences and events provide a great opportunity to network, learn new things and scope out the competition (or a combination of all of these things).

Below is a comprehensive list of all the ecommerce events for the year ahead - giving you the full lowdown on the what, when, where and how much. 

Think we've missed anything important? Let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the page!

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Topics: Ecommerce marketing resources, Ecommerce events, Ecommerce marketing tips

8 Essential Elements of an Excellent Mobile Checkout Process

Posted by Hannah Stacey 11 Aug 17

mobile checkout process .pngIn the past, the mobile checkout process has been given a pretty bad rap. 

Lacklustre conversion rates and high abandonment levels from smartphones and tablets (estimated at 84% from mobile phones as opposed to 68% from desktop by cloud.IQ in 2014) led to the finger of blame being pointed squarely at poorly-designed mobile websites, and the checkout process in particular.

However, with mobile "fast becoming the No. 1 online sales channel for UK retailers," a stellar mobile checkout process is paramount. 

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Topics: Ecommerce website design, Ecommerce ux

Best Ecommerce Product Pages: 13 First-Class Examples of Product Page Perfection

Posted by Hannah Stacey 14 Jul 17

Let’s face it, product pages are often more functional than fetching.

It’s understandable: when you’re building and testing pages that are geared towards selling, the overall 'feel' of a ecommerce product pageproduct page - creating that killer first impression - can sometimes take a backseat to cramming in all of the elements you think should be there to encourage a purchase: social sharing buttons, big calls to action, shipping information, product images and videos etc. (LingsCars.com on the right being an extreme example of this!).

And while undoubtedly many of these elements are crucial in clinching a sale, it’s important to remember that product pages are also an extension of your brand and your story; they’re there to get people excited about your products, to add a bit of 'wow' factor.

This blog post will look at thirteen product page examples - brands who have the best of both worlds, combining all the essential elements of high-converting product pages with some seriously slick design: these guys get the job done, and look pretty fly while they’re at it.

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Topics: Ecommerce examples, Ecommerce website design, Ecommerce ux, product page design, best ecommerce product pages

Top Fashion Twitter Accounts: 10 Must-Follow Fashion Industry Insiders

Posted by Hannah Stacey 30 Jun 17

Twitter fashion insiders to follow Twitter is for LOLs as well as the serious stuff, and it’s always nice when you stumble upon a gem of an account that ticks both ‘entertaining’ and ‘enlightening’ boxes.

So as a Friday treat, we did all the hard work for you: turning our attention to the fashion industry to come up with a list of top fashion Twitter accounts that are definitely worth a follow.

Not only do these guys give us the inside scoop on what’s going down in the fashion world, but it’s always served with a generous portion of wit, hilarity or downright absurdity. Enjoy!

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Topics: Ecommerce social media

16 Brands that are Totally Winning at Shoppable Content

Posted by Hannah Stacey 13 Jun 17

Shoppable content“Content is king!” - the much-repeated mantra of marketers the world over - is rapidly taking on a new significance for online retailers, particularly those trying to get their voices heard in crowded marketplaces, such as fashion.

Undoubtedly, online retailers are wising up to the fact that today’s consumers are part of a new rich-media-driven world order in which making a purchase is often the result of contact with multiple brand touchpoints.

They’re realising that content is a vital contributor to brand experience and, increasingly, they’re blurring the lines between content and commerce, becoming publishers in their own right. Whether in the form of blogs, lookbooks, digital magazines or style guides, online stores are increasingly pushing out editorial-style content as a means of building communities and increasing brand interaction.

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Topics: Ecommerce examples, Ecommerce website design, Ecommerce ux, Ecommerce branding

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