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Canopy Labs is excited to share our latest case study with Well.ca, Canada’s largest online destination for health, wellness, beauty and baby essentials. Canopy is proud to work with Well.ca, which has grown revenue per email by 129% through personalizing its emails with 1:1 product recommendations.
At Dermalogica New Zealand, reminding subscribers of individualized promotions increased campaign revenue by 61% and spurred 3 times more revenue per email. Specifically, Dermalogica New Zealand sent subscribers a reminder to use their promotional code from an earlier birthday email – a simple follow-up email based on engagement, which saw surprisingly powerful lift.
Product recommendations are quickly becoming a staple of online shopping experiences. Whether it’s Walmart.com or a new Shopify store, more and more companies are incorporating “Also Recommended” or “Customers Also Bought” offers to their site. However, too many recommendation engines today are still a bit clunky – if you look at one pair of blue jeans, suddenly all you get are offers for dozens of blue jeans.
Today we’re sharing how one fashion retailer used a different approach to product recommendations, leading to a 26% increase in Average Order Value.
Consumer-facing companies often face the struggle of not knowing enough about certain types of customers. While your most loyal customers will have lots of purchases, e-mail activity, and other data to inform your marketing team, this probably isn’t the case for a majority of your customers, particularly the ones that only have one or two transactions with you. These “middle ground” customers are usually missing just one or two data points to inform your segmentations or broader marketing strategy.
In our last blog post, we touted the benefits and popularity of one-click email surveys, particularly compared to traditional tools like Google Forms and SurveyMonkey. But how do these surveys perform in terms of engagement?
Online surveys typically suffer from low response rates (and even lower completion rates, especially if a survey takes more than a few minutes to complete). A University of Florida study found that online surveys are 11% less effective than mail/phone surveys, and response rates of 2% are not uncommon. The advantage, of course, is that online surveys cost very little to run, and give easy access to tens of thousands of respondents.
Given the benefits and ease of one-click surveys, they should theoretically see higher response rates than traditional surveys. Does this actually hold true?
Every company wants to be asking customers how they can improve their products and deliver a better customer experience. This feedback is often collected through telephone calls, focus groups, or conference workshops. From our experience, the most common approach is a digital survey, where a customer receives an email asking them to fill out a long website-based feedback form.
At Canopy Labs, we work with businesses of all sizes to power 1:1 product recommendations in emails and websites. The revenue and customer engagement benefits of personalization are clear – and the more you personalize, the greater the impact that personalization will have on your business.
Summer is well underway, and many businesses are beginning to promote Back-to-School sales. For marketers, now is the time to start planning for Black Friday and your marketing campaigns for the 2015 holiday season.
Black Friday continues to grow in popularity, with 2014 eCommerce revenue growing another 26% to reach $1.5 billion in the U.S. alone. Many of the businesses we work with generate nearly 50% of their annual revenue during the Thanksgiving weekend.
Marketers know that customer retention plays an important role in fostering customer loyalty and revenue growth. After all, if you are losing a large chunk of the customers you bring in every month, then your hard-earned customer acquisition efforts are being siphoned away by churn.
But how do you know if your recent marketing and retention campaigns are performing well? In aggregate, top-line metrics such as customer growth or total revenue tell you very little about your individual customers, and can even hide recent successes – or problems – in your acquisition or retention efforts. Are newer customers acting in a similar way as our customers have in the past? Do these new customers spend as much as past customers? How much are they likely to spend in their first year?
Canopy Labs is pleased to announce a detailed case study showing how we helped Vegas.com grow its revenue per e-mail by 28% within two months. Vegas.com is a world leader in the travel space, enabling Las Vegas visitors to book flights, hotels, shows, and more. Working with Canopy Labs has enabled Vegas.com to send fully personalized e-mails to individual subscribers, recommending specific travel experiences, events, hotels, and more.