ecommerce marketing

Prototype Ecommerce Design

When our long time client Prototype Nutrition came to use with the idea of moving their ecommerce solution away from a turn-key solution to one of our Magento platforms, the ideas and communication flowed freely between all parties involved to help take this project quickly gain traction. With an initial increase of 50% in terms of traffic and sales, we believe that the end result of this free flow if ideas paid off extremely well!

FlyingW Ecommerce Design

Updated design with a some industry specific functionality. That was the introduction for the Flying W Awards ecommerce project when they approached SDS several months ago. What followed was fast-paced adventure in ecommerce design and programming that resulted in a client that was extremely pleased with the results of their new Magento Ecommerce installation.

Rehyphen Ecommerce Design

Sometimes the message that a brand is trying to project is more important than the products they are trying to promote. However, the business of ecommerce is to sell things. So how do you reconcile the two half to come up with a solution that meets all of the clients brand needs while still being able to function as an ecommerce site? The Re- project put Six Demon Studio in the position to work on this exciting project and discover a solution that met all of the clients needs.

Epharm Ecommerce Design

When E-Pharm decided it was time to revamp their marketing campaign, it was decided that the corner stone of that effort needed to be a robust ecommerce website that could display the large amount of marketing and scientific information required for each product in an easy to navigate and digest manner. Read our full project write-up to see how Six Demon Studio approached this ecommerce project to exceed the clients needs and goals.

How to Choose a Magento Ecommerce Developer

Should your company hire an in-house developer, a freelance developer or hire a dedicated development studio to build and maintain your ecommerce site? Each choice has advantages and draw backs. Today, the staff here at Six Demon Studio takes a look at the different options and discusses some of those advantages and disadvantages.

Do You Want Fries With That? An Ecommerce Cross-Sell Primer

The first entry in the Six Demon Studio blog series on the art of cross-selling and how it relates to ecommerce. In this installment, we cover the basic strategy of cross-selling, why it is important and some of the pitfalls to avoid. Specifically discussing where it is a good idea idea to cross-sell and where it is not.

Using Impulse and Urgency Buying to Increase Cart Conversion

Ecommerce is an impulse buyer’s paradise, roughly fifty percent of users place their orders on the first visit to the website. Your sites mileage may vary but the overall data still holds that impulse or urgency buying increases shopping cart conversion. In this article, Six Demon Studio will look at specific ways use impulse and urgency based buying tactics in your ecommerce marketing.

Serv-U Ecommerce Design

When Serv-U Restaurant Equipment & Supply decided it was time to transition to a new ecommerce platform that was better suited to their business model they called upon Six Demon Studio and Magento to make that goal a reality. Featuring roughly a catalog of twenty-five thousand products, this behemoth come alive. Learn more about Serv-U’s ecommerce project and the custom Magento modules Six Demon Studio had to implement into the project.

Microdata, the Ecommerce Secret Weapon

What is Microdata? Introduced with HTML 5, Microdata has remained a secret that can give huge advantages in SEO to those ecommerce sites using it. Discover more about Microdata and what it can do for your ecommerce site in this Six Demon Studio blog. Your competitor is looking into the advantages of Microdata, beat them to the punch and reap the rewards.

Dealing with the Google Shopping Changes

Need help dealing with the pay to play changes to Google Shopping? Six Demon Studio reviews the alternatives and minor changes to your marketing strategy