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Optimizing Your Omnichannel Strategy: 5 Ways to Get it Right

Nov 20, 2018

Today’s retail landscape is all about giving customers the best of both worlds- brick and mortar and online shopping experiences.  This makes it crucial for retailers to offer a consistent omnichannel experience throughout all channels. Despite millions of dollars being invested in building a good omnichannel strategy, many companies are still failing to meet customer expectations. This might be primarily because of some gaps in the omnichannel strategy that the company may have overlooked. Here are five ways for businesses to optimize their omnichannel strategy:

Brand consistency

There is a strong correlation between the number of touchpoints and the likelihood that customers will choose a brand to buy from irrespective of whether they choose in-store, mobile, or desktop to make a purchase. Modern customers tend to seamlessly switch between devices, so companies must ensure that their brand identity is cohesive. Customers are more likely to make purchasing decisions based on how they feel when they interact with your brand. So, maintaining a consistent omnichannel experience for customers will build trust and brand equity.Contact US

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Omnichannel will expand your remarketing efforts and allow you to get more personalized with advertising, leading to higher conversion rates. Today, various analytics tools provide ample information to retailers regarding their target customer’s shopping habits. Businesses can leverage this data to focus on the granular audience, specific search terms, and hyper-targeted messaging. This is also a great omnichannel strategy to expand your remarketing efforts and allow you to get more personalized with advertising, leading to higher conversion rates. 

Personalized customer experience

Customer experience is one of the key deciding factors of brand loyalty and customer retention for a business. Negative customer experience may involve situations such as may involve out-of-stocks and complicated checkouts, in-store as well as online. Customers are mostly on the lookout for the best product, the best price and the most convenient way to shop. If retailers create a personalized customer experience, this will increase their brand loyalty and in turn, result in a conversion. Brands can use the customer data available to them in order to improve customer experience.request proposal

Improve inventory visibility

Inventory visibility throughout the supply chain and in-stores are one of the top priorities of modern retailers. This includes streamlining the supply chain in such a manner that the exact location of the product is easily identifiable at any given point of time. This is a powerful way for retailers to improve the omnichannel experience for their customers.

Create a cohesive retail experience

A businesses’ s effort to ease the path of purchase should extend beyond a digital store map to the in-store experience. The omnichannel experience can be enhanced by leveraging online data. Retailers can also ensure cohesive themes and messaging across all shopper touch points (cross-channel) such as compelling visual content, recommendations, and product details. The learning from one channel can be taken and applied to the other.


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