Episode 6: 5 Key Factors for eCommerce Performance



If you think your job as a Store Builder is done on launch day, think again. eCommerce consultants and agencies who hand over the reins to a beautiful store and walk away are literally leaving money on the table.

In this episode, we talk about how you can continue to add value for your clients after their store goes live. We cover a handful of specific metrics that you can optimize to drive more traffic, sales, and referrals.

You’ll get actionable advice for how to improve:

  • Site speed and page load times
  • Revenue and customer lifetime value
  • Website traffic and top-of-funnel prospects
  • Trust and authority in the eyes of potential customers
  • Prospect and customer retention

Using these strategies, you’ll be able to not only improve the performance of your clients’ stores, but also increase the value of each client engagement by continuing to serve them past their launch date.

As a store builder, your job is to get results for your clients. Here are five ways you can improve Ecommerce performance and increase the value of your client relationships. Click to Tweet

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Chris Lema

Chris Lema is our Vice President of Products at Liquid Web. A well-known blogger and public speaker, Chris has led our product teams to develop and launch our Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce product lines.