E-commerce sales now account for 18% of all retail transactions in the UK for a total value of £533 billion in 2015. If you sell online, then one of the most important channels you have to reach consumers is search engine traffic. This study by Infront highlights the value of first page Google results by … Read More
Product descriptions are notoriously difficult to get right. As every single business that operates an online shop has to write them, it’s increasingly difficult to sound unique, exciting and original. In some cases, this competition has pushed companies to create incredibly innovative, creative, wacky, and funny product descriptions. In others, it has resulted in companies … Read More
Writing product descriptions that accurately represent your products, generate consumer interest, and help raise conversion rates is a difficult task. It involves juggling a number of ideas and honing your writing and editing abilities until you’re comfortable repeatedly writing to a targeted audience and in a specific tone of voice. Here, we take a look … Read More
As an e-commerce product manager, you are faced with many different pressures from multiple angles on a daily basis. You’re required to have a near encyclopaedic knowledge of your product range. You also need to seek out and aid the development of new products. You’ll probably need to analyse use cases and customer requirements, … Read More
If you take a look at the product descriptions of any successful e-commerce brand – from the Amazons and Asos’ of the world, to smaller yet flourishing websites, they share many things in common. This is no coincidence – it’s the result of making decisions to do more of what works and less of what … Read More
It’s hard. You’ve got dozens, hundreds or even thousands of pages of product description writing ahead of you. You know they can’t just be good, they’ve got to be great. You know they’ve got to appeal to your customers, to stand out from the noise, to speak to customers exactly where their desire is. But … Read More
How do you make your products stand out from the competition? The answer is with irresistible copywriting. In this post we’re going to share with you five e-commerce copywriting tips that will help your products shine. The internet has made it possible for retail businesses large and small to sell their products to customers throughout the … Read More
For e-commerce sites, having product description writing that is original, compelling and high quality can make a significant difference to the number of conversions you achieve. So if you’ve already invested time and money in your web design, your marketing, and your products themselves, it only makes sense that you should also invest the same … Read More
One of the fastest growing sources of additional sales is the Google Shopping platform and associated Product Listing Ads. Here we discuss how to create better product copywriting to maximise your sales.
If you’re selling clothes and other fashion items online, then having highly stylish products that people actually want to buy should obviously be high on your list of priorities. But to stand out from the rest you also need to do everything you can to make those products appear as desirable as possible in your online store. That starts with having professional images of the clothes in question, but it doesn’t end there. Your textual content is every bit as important as the photographs of your products, and you should take some time to ensure that you’re getting it right. Here we take a look at how two of the UK’s top online fashion retailers are making their clothes appear even more desirable to web consumers.
A common pitfall for fashion brands online is that they fail to capitalise on this brand voice sufficiently in all online areas. They put all the hard work into creating and honing their brand voice on their actual website, but then they pull back and miss the opportunity to further cement their brand image through all channels available to them. Where should you be using your brand voice? Everywhere.
As an online food retail business, you probably spend a long time either creating your own products to make them as mouth-wateringly delicious as they can be, or assembling the kind of product ranges that culinary dreams are made of. And that’s great, but people can’t taste your products through the screen, and unless they’ve sampled them before they really don’t know what they taste like or why they should buy them. For that reason, it really is critical that you invest in product descriptions which are every bit as tasty as the products themselves.
Product descriptions demand care and attention, and should be an extension of your brand. But they’re not the only important area to leverage your brand. One brand that appears to understand this is Yoox, the Italian-owned online fashion, art and design retailer.
This month online marketers and SEO experts have been falling over themselves in anticipation of Google’s latest update to its algorithm. Now the day is finally upon us. Launching today (April 21st), the update is, it seems, specifically aimed at improving the mobile-friendliness of websites appearing at the top of the search results.
Product pages have long been considered an essential element of any successful e-commerce strategy. But as with any sector that constantly develops and changes, there are bound to be some dissenters to challenge the rule. Some of these were present in a recent round of #EcomChat, a weekly Twitter-based chat centring around all things e-commerce.
What does great e-commerce content look like?
Fashion copywriting: What makes a product description ‘sizzle’?
Find out why outsourcing your product descriptions to an expert product copywriter might be your smartest move yet.
Hopefully you have already decided to rewrite the boring product description copywriting that come with products in your ecommerce database. (You know, those default descriptions you see everywhere that make you want to scream into the computer with curses about originality and standing out from the crowd…) Perhaps you’ve even had a go at product … Read More
Revamping your product description writing will increase conversion rates this Christmas and serve you well long after the last stale mince pie has been eaten by the dog.
Your products are the lifeblood of your business, so it makes sense to spend a little time crafting excellent, engaging copy that will sell them effectively. When a new line of shoes or dresses comes in, don’t just stick the manufacturer’s standard copy up on your website – use these fashion copywriter tips to create your own unique product descriptions … Read More
In today’s multi-channel marketing world it may not always seem worth investing in ecommerce copywriting – after all, there are a myriad of places where your potential customers can come from. They might arrive on your site as a result of clicking on social media links, online advertisements, email campaigns and other sources, but is the value of … Read More
We’ve blogged many times about SEO copywriting and how quality is fast becoming one of the most important aspects of well-written web content. While I was recently reading that Google’s recent Penguin update will eliminate low-quality merchants from its listings, I became curious about what Google thinks is a quality merchant at the moment. So where … Read More
Whether you’re selling furniture, fashion or food, if you run a medium or large e-commerce site you cannot afford to overlook the quality of your product description writing. Writing product descriptions that are punchy, persuasive and SEO-optimised is a powerful tool to drive business, increase conversions and maximise profits. Who has time for writing product descriptions? It … Read More
Copywriting hundreds of product descriptions doesn’t need to give boring results. Learn a simple way to bring more to online product descriptions.
Find out how copywriters use the timeless techniques of persuasion and structure to get an audience to take action and buy a product.