Complimentary Webinar: Know the State of Your eCommerce Site
Do you ever wonder how you can increase the performance of your eCommerce site? Do you feel like your site is lacking something simple, but aren’t sure what it is? As we all know, the design, navigation, content, and functionality of your eCommerce site are all critical to your business’ success. But sometimes people don’t see how valuable investing in their online business can be. Time and time again, we see little mistakes that can easily be rectified to improve your online business’ bottom line. This one-hour webinar will help you discover how you can make small changes to your site for a big impact.
In this webinar, you will learn how to recognize your eCommerce site’s missed opportunities and identify possible solutions make your eCommerce site the high performance machine that you want it to be. Whether your site needs small fixes or a complete overhaul, you will unquestionably take away dynamic insight into what makes a website reach its full potential. In this webinar, you will learn:
– Best practices for checkout
– Tips on how to give customers confidence in their security when buying from you
– How to effectively display your products
– The latest in social shopping
– and so much more!
Each attendee will receive a complete “eCommerce Checklist”, a self-assessment checklist specifically for eCommerce sites, giving you the key questions to ask when developing a successful eCommerce site Checklist.
Wednesday, February 23rd
Carolyn Benesh, Lead Sales Engineer
Carolyn has years of experience in helping clients and prospects understand the deep technical and functional capabilities of ecommerce platforms and services. She has developed and delivered high-profile demos on several platforms, and currently serves as a liaison between the development and support teams and serves as an SME throughout the entire sales and delivery processes. Carolyn is a customer-focused problem solver, combining extensive technical architecture and environment management expertise with strong analytical and debugging skills. Carolyn earned her B.S. in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.