10 Website Conversion Tactics to Boost Holiday Sales Revealed


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Andover, Mass. – October 27, 2009 – The National Retail Federation is
forecasting a one percent drop in holiday sales this year, yet 38 percent of
shoppers plan to spend more online. Meanwhile, shopping cart abandonment
rates are up compared with last year, and with the holiday season fast
approaching, ecommerce teams are re-focusing on website conversion tactics.

In an upcoming webinar, SeeWhy Inc. , the website
conversion company, offers a simple 10-point checklist that teams can use to
highlight and fix weaknesses in their ecommerce strategies. The 30-minute,
best practices web presentation will cover the 10 essential holiday
conversion tactics that are all easy to implement in time for the rush.

What: “10 Essential Holiday Conversion Tactics” webinar

Who: Charles Nicholls, founder and chief strategy officer, SeeWhy

When: Tuesday, November 3, 2009, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time (10:00 a.m.
Pacific time)

How: Register for this free event at http://bit.ly/28aMnt.

Attendees will learn:

. How to zero-in on the critical factors that will make a difference

. What can be done quickly and easily that will really make a
difference to sales

. How social media can help

. When and when not to use promotions

. Top ecommerce promotion tactics to reduce shopping cart abandonment

For information on SeeWhy, visit www.seewhy.com .
For additional perspectives, please visit and subscribe to the SeeWhy RSS
blog feed at http://websiteconversion.blogspot.com
, and follow SeeWhy on Twitter at
@webconversion .

Additional Resources

SeeWhy website: http://www.seewhy.com

SeeWhy blog: http://websiteconversion.blogspot.com

SeeWhy on Twitter: @webconversion

News releases:

. SeeWhy Goes Grinch Busting with “Live in Five” Website Conversion
Program to Save Companies from a Potentially Rough eCommerce Holiday Season;
10/20/09; http://bit.ly/LiveinFive

. BlueHornet Networks and SeeWhy Join Forces to Boost Website
Conversion with Automated, Real-time Email Follow Up; 10/15/09;

. SeeWhy Brings Real-Time Web Analytics and Shopping Cart Abandonment
Remarketing to Eat’n Park; 10/13/09; http://bit.ly/38dzQw

. SeeWhy Revolutionizes Website Conversion with First Real-time
Abandonment Tracking Service; 8/4/09; http://bit.ly/ATPro


. Website Conversion, Optimizing visitor conversions with real-time
monitoring and abandonment follow-up; http://bit.ly/ConvWP

About SeeWhy

SeeWhy delivers breakthrough improvements in
website conversion through continuous analysis of individual visitors and
proactively optimizes real-time actions. Powered by a unique next generation
event processing architecture, the SeeWhy suite of real-time web analytic
applications is delivered “on-demand.” Remarketing to abandoned visitors
using the SeeWhy Abandonment Tracker service converts up to 50 percent of
visitors that had abandoned their shopping carts, online forms, applications
and registrations. This service provides one of the highest and most easily
attainable ROI’s of any online marketing initiative.

SeeWhy is a Red Herring Top 100 Company, has been named a Global Innovator
by Guidewire Group and was highlighted as a cool company by Gartner, Inc.
SeeWhy, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is headquartered in Andover, MA.
More information can be found at http://www.seewhy.com/.


SeeWhy, the SeeWhy logo and SeeWhy Abandonment Tracker Free are trademarks
of SeeWhy, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective

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