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Channel Sales and Comparison Shopping Site Integration

Leveraging channel sales partners and price comparison engines is a cost-effective way to expand your customer base and decrease marketing costs. Sites such as Amazon, eBay and Overstock have traffic that many small and medium-sized businesses can only dream of. Channel integration is a smart strategy to help make their traffic your own and increase sales. Upshot Commerce has a collection of tools that make this process pain-free for retailers.

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Amazon Real-time Sales Extension More Info »
With the power of Amazon Real-Time Sales Extension, you can now sell your products online at Amazon.com! With this app, amazon.com will take care of all your billing. You simply...Learn More
Amazon Sales Management Integration More Info »
With the power of Amazon Store Extension, you can now sell your products online at Amazon.com! With this app, amazon.com will take care of all your billing. You simply submit your products to the amazon.com catalog (via simple point and click actions) and orders are automatically downloaded into your Upshot Commerce shopping cart administrative interface for fulfillment. Learn more
Buy.Com Extension More Info »
One platform to support your online store and Buy.com. Take your shopping cart software and online business to the next level with this Upshot Commerce extension. Learn more
eBay Sales Channel Extension More Info »
This eBay Management Service does it all! You simply schedule your auctions using our user friendly scheduler and are done! The software will automatically list/re-list your auctions, monitor your auctions, notify the high bidders automatically, and even post positive feedback to those who pay in a timely fashion. The best part about it is that the checkout process happens right through your Upshot Commerce shopping cart. Learn more
MailChimp Extension More Info »
Upshot Commerce MailChimp Extension is an easy way to take the hassle out of email marketing. Using MailChimp, ecommerce owners can create and send stylish, informative emails - without a graphic design degree or even looking at a single line of code. MailChimp offers hundreds of customizable templates that can be easily adapted by beginners to seasoned pros. Learn more
Overstock.Com Extension More Info »
One platform to support your online store and Overstock.com. Take your shopping cart software and online business to the next level with this Upshot Commerce extension. Learn more
Sears.Com Integration More Info »
One platform to support your online store and Sears.com...Learn More

Professional Services

Interested in channel sales and comparison shopping feeds but have special software integration needs or feed creation? Perhaps your product feed must pass through an accounting system, or your DSS has rules for which products can be included in feeds. Maybe the simple notion of channel sales is complicated by an ERP system lurking behind every ecommerce software decision you'd like to make.

No problem. The Upshot Commerce team of ecommerce strategists and engineers have over eighteen years of experience untangling complex networks and software environments to enable agile ecommerce channel sales and comparison shopping feed management. No matter what your channel sales and comparison shopping technology goals are, we can help.

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Strategies for Increasing Your Average Order Value

Dec 15, 2014 by Vlad Zachary

Encouraging your customers to buy more items and spend more money each time they shop is a proven method to boost revenue and profitability. Brick-and-mortar retailers have perfected the practice over the years, based on the marketing concept of the ‘halo effect’. The halo effect is the bias shown by customers towards certain products because of a favorable experience with other products made by the same brand, or sold in the same store, where the favorite item was originally purchased. For years retailers have used the halo effect to measure, quantify and profit from brand equity.

 

Halo Effect In The Digital Commerce Ecosystem

 

E-commerce professionals are constantly looking for proven merchandising and other methods to take advantage of the halo effect online. The best measure of success for these efforts is Average Order Value (AOV). The simplest way to calculate AOV is:

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Christmas 1.0 – or the E-commerce Playbook for the Holidays

Nov 7, 2014 by Vlad Zachary

Part 4 of 4 – Fulfillment

In the first three parts of the E-commerce Playbook for the Holidays we discussed how to use Data Analysis to create an effective Holiday Sales plan, how to focus your Marketing in order to achieve the best ROI and what the top Site Optimizations are for maximum impact during the holidays. With this final post we will discuss how to work with your partners to ensure smooth and friction-free fulfillment during the 2014 holidays.

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Christmas 1.0 – or the E-commerce Playbook for the Holidays

Oct 20, 2014 by Vlad Zachary

Part 3 of 4 – Website Optimization

In our first two parts of the E-commerce Playbook for the Holidays we discussed how to use Data Analysis to create an effective Holiday Sales plan and how to focus your Marketing in order to achieve the best ROI. Today we will focus on Website optimization for superior holiday performance in 2014.

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Because of the large number of different changes that an e-commerce retailer can initiate – at this stage we will talk more about focus. You want to determine what those web-store tweaks and changes ... Read more


Are we ready yet?

Sep 24, 2014 by Vlad Zachary

The National Retail Federation estimates that what a retailer sells during the holidays can be as much as 20 – 40% of the annual sales. The expectation is that 2014 will build upon the success of 2013. During last year’s shopping season there was an unprecedented increase in eCommerce conversion rates and order volume – 12 and 15% respectively.

At the same time the increased complexity in eCommerce operations leads to the need for precise planning. Last year the shopping season – between Thanksgiving and Christmas had the fewest number of days – 27. This helped highlight the convenience of the online shopping and is one of the reasons for the record 2013. This year consumers and merchants have one more day for shopping.

Here is a chart of the top performing days during the 2013 shopping season – based on data from ComScore and ChannelAdvisor:

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