Is shopping on your site like trying to find a needle in a haystack?
Everyone loves to shop
But let’s face it, finding things on eCommerce sites is a chore.
All that clicking, scanning, searching, scrolling, filtering.
Then there’s the sorting, the scrolling, and all that ‘click here for page 2’. Urgh!
No wonder customers not being able to find what they want, is one of the biggest sources of customer frustration, low conversion & lost sales opportunities.
But what if you knew what your customers were looking for before they arrived in store?
Wow! You could really make a difference around here.
You’d know the categories, styles, types, colours, brands or features they we’re most likely to want and pick, on anything, and before they even arrived in store!
You could design the shopping experience around them, and help customers get to the items they want to find & buy, easier and quicker.
That’s the power of FoundIt!
Foundit! is a suite of products that works out what customers want, so you can shape the shopping journey to make it easier and quicker for them to find the things they’re after and buy from you.
Deliver an instant conversion increase on desktop & mobile, by delivering navigation that recognises what customers are trying to find, and leads them to the right products.
Understand what customers are really shopping for in each category, segment and product dimension, and strengthen your buying, trading and merchandising activities.
Create more shopping opportunities, by increasing your natural visibility on search engines like Google for 1,000’s of your core customer keywords.
The results are in!
Headline sales revenue
Site-wide conversion rate
Revenue per visit
If they had told me how much FoundIt! was going to deliver and change our business before we’d hired them, I wouldn’t have believed them. But it has and continues to deliver. The team has been fantastically supportive for a technology company, and we use their data and application across our business to ensure we get the product mix and experience spot on.
Andrew Curran. CEO, Amara.com