Tag: eCommerce Analytics
Customer Success Spotlight: How Califia Farms uses Profitero to drive results
By on November 12, 2018

Califia Farms is an innovative manufacturer of “good for the world” almondmilk, cold brew coffees, creamers, drinkable yogurts and juices. A small but mighty eComm team, Halee Patel manages all of Califia’s retailer partnerships — pure play (e.g., Amazon, Thrive Market, etc.), brick and click (e.g., Walmart, etc.) and grocery delivery (e.g., Instacart). She also…

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By on November 01, 2018

Scroll through any Amazon search results page and you’re bound to see products with the “Amazon’s Choice” and “Best Seller” badges. How do these badges influence shoppers and why should every brand seek to win them? Using Profitero’s new Amazon Traffic & Conversion Analytics, we cut to the heart of this mystery to determine just…

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By on October 26, 2018

The rise of algorithmic-driven retail means eCommerce Data Analytics is no longer a nice to have, it’s a must-have. eCommerce Data Analytics is becoming a central commercial function, with brands using data-driven eCommerce insights to drive decision making. Here are 3 reasons why we think 2019 will be a breakout year for eCommerce Data Analytics:…

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By on October 22, 2018

There’s certainly plenty to munch on as Snack Foods category sales on Amazon-US approached $200 million in 2017. The list of players vying for market share in this intensely competitive category reads like a who’s who of huge multinationals. On top of that, a leading snacks manufacturer found its share threatened by a growing number…

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By on October 15, 2018

When it comes to pricing, the U.S. beauty category is one of the most intensely competitive categories online. Major retailers Jet.com, Walmart and Target are locked in an arms race with Amazon, each jockeying to be the lowest priced. In fact, as of Q2 2018, the average price difference for beauty products on Jet.com and…

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