Read the case study to see how Dennis East International uses email to increase order frequencyanddrives repeat sales, while deepening buyer relationships.
Dennis East International teamed with digital agency Whereoware to deliver personalized, behavior-driven automated emails to nurture more personal and sustainable brand experiences with their existing buyers, long after an initial purchase. The Target Closeout Campaign emails customers when products they previously purchased go on sale and reminds them to restock, increasing loyalty and motivating regular online sales.
Using behavioral data, the email campaign is triggered once products the retailer ordered, added to their cart, or browsed in the past are marked down. Recipients receive hyper-relevant promotional messaging to propel them further down the purchasing path and encourage them to re-stock their favorite products at a reduced cost. In addition, smart product recommendations increase relevance through a personalized “recommended for you” section.
The tailored Target Closeout email campaign:
Achieves a 65% open rate and a 43% click-through rate to the website
Drives 4% of DEI’s total email revenue, including one-off and continuous programs
Check out the full case study to see how DEI’s personalized remarketing campaign proactively re-engages buyers to cultivate more meaningful touchpoints, drive long-term loyalty, and grow revenue.
Read the case study to see how Dennis East International’s personalized email program motivates first-time online orders and keeps customers coming back for more, ultimately driving a 50% conversion rate.
Dennis East International teamed with full-service digital agency, Whereoware, to enhance their No Order/Reorder continuous email campaign to increase order frequency and deliver a personalized experience to every buyer through automated, behavior-driven product recommendations.
The email campaign targets prospective buyers that have never placed a website order and features products abandoned in their cart. Likewise, existing DEI buyers receive a personalized email displaying items from their purchase history to urge them to reorder and restock, while also recommending related products to create endless opportunities for upsells, cross-sells, and repeat sales.
Check out the full case study to see how DEI’s targeted digital marketing campaign motivates new customers to buy and nurtures existing customers throughout the buying lifecycle, while enhancing product discovery and delivering a unique experience to every buyer.
Since implementing the successful No Order/Reorder program:
Approximately 50% of recipients convert
Click-through rates exceeded industry average by 5%
Read the case study to see how McCrea Heating and Air Conditioning Services increased conversions 147% by combining search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.
McCrea partnered with Whereoware, a full-service agency driving smart growth for clients through digital marketing strategy and activation. Whereoware first undertook a comprehensive audit of McCrea’s audiences, website, webforms, conversions, content, search, and pay-per-click strategy to identify missed opportunities and areas for optimization.
Whereoware executed a strategic search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising plan to drive high quality leads to McCrea’s website and service technicians.
Read the full case study to see how Whereoware maximized Google’s local search capabilities and optimized their advertising and content strategy, ultimately seeing over a five-month period:
147% increase in form conversion
37% decrease in cost-per-action (CPA) compared to national average
25% increase in overall paid traffic (without an increase in spend YOY)
In our 30-minute webinar, A Better Customer Experience in 2021: Website Must-Haves to Drive Online and Offline Sales, we shared website tips to deliver the easy and enjoyable website experiences your customers demand.
Watch the recording and get the webinar slides below to learn web essentials for a stronger website strategy that meets (and exceeds) customer expectations. Discover how to measure and improve your customers’ digital experience, and ideas to drive offline sales and support your retailer/dealer partners.
Coinciding with their 2021 product launch, Yamaha WaterCraft Group launched redesigned websites for YamahaBoats.com and YamahaWaveRunners.com and two integrated mobile applications, both built by Whereoware, a full-service agency driving smart growth for clients through digital marketing strategy and activation.
The immersive online experiences guide customers through a personalized buying journey, furthering Yamaha’s digital transformation ambition of selling a lifestyle, not just a product.
The new websites, built on the powerful Episerver Digital Experience Platform, feature bold design and an elevated user experience (UX). Streaming video, animations, and high-quality photography show off every angle of the boats and WaveRunners®, helping users visualize themselves out on the water. Streamlined content makes it easy to compare different models within a series and download specs, while selecting the “Share” feature lets users email product pages to friends and family, without leaving the website.
“By partnering with Whereoware, we deliver an engaging online experience that closely connects our customers to Boats and WaveRunners that elevate their on the water lifestyle. With the 2021 WaterCraft launch, the new websites and apps celebrate the phenomenal interest and demand in our products and guide customers down the path to purchase, while streamlining the sale for our dealership partners.” said Andrew Cullen, Sr. Manager, Digital Marketing and Communications, Yamaha WaterCraft Group.
Thank you to all who joined us for our webinar, Google Makes UX a Search Ranking Factor in 2021 – What Do You Need To Do Now?.
In our 30-minute webinar, co-presented by our partners at Episerver, we shared updates you can make today to ready your website for Google’s important change and protect your search rankings.
Watch the recording below to learn actions to take now for aligning with Google’s Page Experience signals, Core Web Vitals, and existing search signals. Tune in to discover tools to measure and maximize your website’s User Experience (UX), as well as tactical tips for better usability and content optimization.
Get the case study to see step-by-step how Cuisinart found the right ingredients for email deliverability success, ultimately reaching a 99% email deliverability rate.
Cuisinart a division of the Conair Corporation, is a market leader in culinary appliances, professional quality cookware, outdoor grilling, and kitchen accessories.
According to Return Path’s Deliverability Benchmark report, roughly 15% of emails fail to reach their intended audience. Every time you hit send, your emails must fight their way into the inbox, bypassing email provider blocks sidestepping spam filters that review your reputation, subscriber engagement, and content.
Cuisinart’s email marketing program experienced a steep drop in deliverability rate, due to mail blocks, bounces, and a blacklisted IP address. Cuisinart paused all email marketing activities and sought an email deliverability solution.
Cuisinart partnered with Whereoware to develop a strategic plan to improve deliverability, get their emails into more inboxes, and stay connected with subscribers. Whereoware tackled Cuisinart’s deliverability hurdles head on with a three-phase approach:
Thank you to all who joined us for our webinar, SEO 2020: Your Competitive Advantage.
In 30 minutes, we covered search engine optimization (SEO) basics, how COVID-19 is changing search behavior, and impactful steps you can take today to improve your search rankings and drive consistent, qualified traffic to your business.
Watch the recording below and download ourchecklist for five steps to get started with SEO today.
Thank you to all who joined us for our virtual town hall, focused on B2B Marketing During the Coronavirus: What Gift, Home, and Furniture Marketers Need to Know.
In 30 minutes, we covered actionable recommendations for your digital strategy, website, and marketing. We answered your questions on how to communicate thoughtfully while continuing to drive revenue and engagement across channels.
Watch the recording and download the two tactical resources to learn what can you do today and what should you do tomorrow, to successfully navigate these uncertain times.
None of us, in life or in business, are immune to crisis. As the Covid-19 Coronavirus outbreak evolves, our norm is rapidly adapting – we’re social distancing, working from home, stockpiling hand sanitizer and paper goods. We’re stressed over our loved ones’ health, closed schools, and cancelled events.
It may not be business as usual, but for many, business moves forward. Some companies are sharing with customers how Covid-19 is transforming business operations. Many brands don’t have an update, but feel compelled to jump on the bandwagon – resulting in subscribers being inundated by very similar (and largely irrelevant) messages.
Cancel everything is not a path forward. Instead, marketing during the Coronavirus means treading carefully. What’s the right chord between sensitivity, timeliness, and relevance? Should you be making a statement, what type of statement, and what else should you do in the weeks the world’s at a standstill?
Pause and plan, but don’t panic: every business right now must ask and answer these questions, with their unique customers’ needs and interests in mind. We hope our strategic recommendations will help you navigate these murky waters and communicate more effectively.