Keep Sales Momentum in the New Year
Digital Junto #6: Keep Sales Momentum
Watch the latest Digital Junto to find out how “How To Keep Your Momentum Up Post-Holiday”
Welcome 2017! As the post-holiday ecommerce slump creates a new set of challenges for your online sales, we’re giving you three easy tips to keep your momentum going and activate all of the new clients you acquired over the holidays.
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E-Commerce is simple:
VISITORS X CONVERSION RATE X AVERAGE ORDER VALUE = REVENUE
Everything we do revolves around our ability to increase the variables in this formula.
We don’t know healthcare or payments processing or real estate but we do know the active lifestyle consumer good space better than anyone. Our company is founded by athletes and entrepreneurs who have the rare vantage point of understanding the locker room and the board room. So we work where we have always played, and we are committed to focusing only on the things we know best.
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