Tag: focus page

Have your new customers help you out of an economic downturn

If you find your store heading into a downturn (or if you’re already in the middle of one), you’ll want to rely on your existing customers more than usual. Most ecommerce stores only have 1-in-4 customers come back and make a second purchase (~27%). Improving that, even if just a little bit, can have a …

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Drawing past customers back to your Shopify store to order again

During downturns and slow recessions, it’s best to focus on your current and past customers. New customers are great but if acquisition costs are too much your profit will suffer, not a great thing in a downturn. An easy thing to help current customers buy again is sending order reminders. Schedule them to go around …

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Measuring which new customers should be placing their second order soon

One key analysis in Repeat Customers Insights is the new timing around repeat orders for new customers. The system is analyzing your one-to-two order timing, new customer buying behavior, and figuring out which of your new customers should be ordering again soon. Only a percentage of these customers will order on their own. You can …

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Getting a look at your loyal customers

There’s no single loyalty metric so you’re forced to figure out which works best for your store. For the longest time Repeat Customer Insights has used RFM to measure loyalty, but even within RFM there are different metrics. Raw Frequency? 2-D intersections? 3-D intersections? Modified Frequency? Tripwires? Custom grading algorithm? It can get complicated to …

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Focus on what matters with help from Repeat Customer Insights

Over the past few months, I’ve been writing on the need for businesses to focus. Focus on what problems their products solve for customers. Focus on solid acquisition channels. Focus on improving operations and marketing to keep customers coming back. That focus is the rationale behind building the new Focus Pages in Repeat Customer Insights. …

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