Shopping-Cart Sales Are a Small Part of Website ROI
About this event
Most distributors we talk to are disappointed in the ROI of their ecommerce investments. When we dig into their complaints, we find that while they know their expenses, the sales attributed to their websites are way off because they only look at shopping-cart revenue.
But the shopping cart is usually the smallest part of the direct revenue generated by your website. Customers must use purchase orders, so instead of checking out, they shop on your website and then buy through other channels – including “lights out” methods like email, EDI and punchout.
Watch on-demand now as Distribution Strategy Group co-founders Ian Heller and Jonathan Bein, Ph.D., reveal how you can build a better website that drives more revenues and how you can do a better job measuring the return on your current investment. Your ROI is probably much better than you think, and we can show you how to increase it even more.