Drive Online Sales
With your own Digital Marketing Team
We work with eCommerce owners to generate traffic, encourage sales and engage with customers.
eCommerce Marketing out of Shellharbour NSW
Our team has worked with Online Store owners locally and around Australia since 2007. We can help improve your store, create a new store and grow your sales!
Focused on Results
Welcome to the digital age, where more ‘data’ exists than what we know to do with! Fortunately, among us are data pioneers – forward-thinkers with the know-how to use your customer data to build new streams of revenue for your business. That’s what we do.
Over $10K in revenue 30 days from launch
We’ve supported the established Michael Reid gallery in Sydney for many years now. With a shift in the industry they were keen to test out how they could enter the selling online market.
We assisted them to setup a new website to do just that and the results followed.
We're here to help
Skyrocket Marketing isn’t your agency, we’re your team.
The topics we deal with can be quite daunting to attack; so we’ve answered some common questions below. Feel free to reach out and ask us a question.
Digital marketing is connecting your business, with your customers, over digital channels. This means websites, search engines, email and social media.
The aim of any marketing is to get the right message, to the right person, at the right time for them to take the action you want.
With digital marketing you are leveraging data – your own and from others, like Facebook – to do this more effectively.
You then have the power to track what happens so that you can clearly see the result of your actions, then make more informed decisions on how to improve for the future.
You might have heard of some of the areas of digital marketing before such as:
Search Engine Optimisation is the process of understanding what your customers are searching for and then optimising your website to show on search results pages for those keywords.
Paid ads is when you have paid to place a message in front of your customer online. This could be on Google using Google Ads, on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube or various other websites.
Content marketing is the process of producing helpful content for your customers. Content should cover all areas of your buyers journey from discovery to consideration and finally conversion.
Email marketing is communicating to people where they spend a lot of their time – in their inbox. You might be telling your brand story to new subscribers, advertising your latest products or recommending other products of yours that a customer might also like based on their purchasing history.
Digital marketing is a broad topic and we’ve just touched on a few of the key areas. Ultimately each eCommerce business is unique and needs to adopt some kind of digital marketing if they intend to thrive into the future.
The eCommerce industry is expanding at a rapid pace. In Australia, it’s expected to be A$33.3 billion in 2020.
And in 2020, it is easier than ever to create a new eCommerce business.
If you want your business to thrive, you need to work out how you can get your products in front of the right people – consistently.
This is where you need digital marketing or you’ll be left behind.
There are 4 main drivers to increase revenue for your online store:
Drive more traffic. It’s just a numbers game. No traffic, no sales. More traffic more sales. Only a percentage of your visitors will convert to a sale. This doesn’t mean that you should be just driving traffic blindly, you also need to consider how you can drive more relevant traffic which means that they are more likely to buy.
Convert more traffic into customers. Only a percentage of visitors will convert into a sale. So how do you increase that number? You make sure that your pricing is appealing, product photos are clear and helpful and your product content is descriptive. Further to that there are a bunch of tactics you can leverage like free shipping, multiple payment gateways and much more to move the needle.
Increase your average order size. Bigger orders means more revenue, but it also means that you can pay a bit more with your advertising, potentially edging out your competition. Thoughtful up-sells and cross-sells, paired with free shipping thresholds are a simple way to encourage higher cart values.
Increase repeat purchases. Having great products, building your brand and telling your story early and effectively is key to solidifying your place in your customers mind. With increasing competition it’s more important than ever to clearly articulate what you’re about and why you’re different to get that visitor to return and buy again.
With eCommerce, like anything online, you have the ability to track all these numbers to make sure any activity you do is moving you in the right direction.
Not sure if you’re tracking this data correctly? Let us check.
If you have an existing website, check out our Website Improver for near-instant wins!