E-Commerce sites of both B2C and B2B oriented businesses still remain a positive growth vector across many industries and concerns. This will continue as more and more locations are provided with access to the Internet and as the bandwidth available correspondingly increases. However, the rising traffic is only one small factor in increasing overall e-commerce sales. A comprehensive approach to sales generation and lead transition is necessary to produce a sustainable increase in both the number of new transactions and the number of older or repeat consumers. Centered around the five steps listed below, a properly implemented strategy could significantly improve sales for your business.

The Five Key Steps For Increasing Sales At Commerce Sites

Importantly, it is the combination or varied combination of these steps that are capable of producing results. It is also conceivable that your business currently employs one or more of these steps. However, an overall analysis could potentially identify which of the other steps could be used or combined with existing implementations in order to achieve significant results. The five key steps are:

  • Improved Automation Levels
  • Proper Inventory Management Procedures
  • Dynamic Pricing
  • Customer/Consumer Value Creation
  • Improved Customer Service Response

Inventory Control

With the exception of customer/consumer value creation and improved customer service response, the rest are invisible to the site traffic. However, they play a critical role in increasing sales. Automation levels are a component of both the proper management procedures and dynamic pricing. If the automation levels are insufficient and reliance on manual pricing changes is the norm, the customer will not derive the price changes that can affect their buying decision in sufficient time. For example, some marketing research has mentioned that it is possible that companies such as Walmart and Amazon will adjust pricing up to every ten minutes. This is referred to as dynamic pricing, one of the key steps.

Value and Service Response

Traditional methodology such as discounts account for increased consumer value creation. Importantly, this should correspond to inventory levels to become part of your inventory management procedures. This is facilitated by the dynamic pricing. Of course, Improved Customer Service Response should be obvious, however, it should be organic to your company as to the specific implementation and practices required to present the consumer with a flexible and responsive customer service.

Altogether, these five steps can help improve your commerce site sales.

However, it is up to you and your company to ensure proper implementation in order to achieve the desired objective of a sales increase at your commerce sites.