Keep It Simple: You have 1 Second to Impress
Each week, we will be delving into 5 New Years Resolutions you should be making to optimize your brand’s e-commerce visual strategy. This week, we focus on why it’s important to keep your images simple.
A New Year’s Resolution for Maximizing Conversion Rates in E-Commerce
Each week, we will be delving into 5 New Years Resolutions you should be making to optimize your brand’s e-commerce visual strategy. Get a copy of the infographic today to help you remember.
Behaviorally Launches New Business Unit and Appoints Managing Director
Announcing the launch of our new technology division, eFluence™, which provides e-commerce optimization to help brands drive sales at the digital shelf and Scott Brill as MD to lead the new division.
Newsletter: Get Results Before The Holidays
2022 may be right around the corner but there’s still time to drive shopper growth. This month’s newsletter includes the latest insights, learnings, and case studies to finish the year strong.
Newsletter: There’s Still Time For 2021 Results
2022 may be right around the order but there’s still time to drive shopper growth. This month’s newsletter includes the latest insights, learnings, and case studies to finish the year strong.
Article: <br> Winning at Shelf: The Art and Science of Effective Packaging
In our latest Quirk’s article, Ian Elmer explains the behavioral science behind “good” packaging designs that win at digital and in-person shelf.
Predicting Your Audience: Banish Barriers On Shelf and Online
Want customers to add your product to cart? Remove the barriers to purchase on shelf and online.
Newsletter: Do You Know the Key to Successful Packaging?
The October newsletter includes some of the best case studies and insights learnings plus upcoming events.
In E-Commerce, The Right Partner Is Make Or Break
You spend your days fixing deficient content, including visuals that don’t convert. Who can help you define and diagnose changes that drive shopper growth?
The A/B Testing Secret No One Warns You About
Quantitative A/B testing in e-Commerce is limited and inadequate. Isn’t there another way to define product image potential?