The Manchester Digital community is keen to stay up-to-date with what's happening in the digital and tech industry.
We want to help foster a learning community driven by members and give you a chance to speak.
Tech bites are short 20-minute presentations from industry experts who can provide insight to help you and your business.
For this ecommerce focussed Tech Bites, we've invited Leon Calverley from Door4, a conversion focussed agency. Door4 have consistently showcased their knowledge of marketing in ecommerce through a steady stream of webinars covering a wide range of topics related to performance marketing to help ecommerce marketers make better decisions.
Tech Bites: Increase Engagement and Drive Conversions using the STDC method
Are you an e-commerce manager looking to improve how you gain your customers' attention at every stage of the 'funnel'?
By using the "See Think Do Care" framework, e-commerce managers and marketers can segment audiences according to their intent signals and create targeted messaging and campaigns that resonate with them at each stage of the buying journey.
The "See Think Do Care" framework is a proven approach that can increase engagement, drive conversions, and improve customer loyalty. By segmenting your audience, creating targeted messaging, and delivering an exceptional user experience, you can stand apart from the competition and reap the rewards.
Join our ecommerce focussed Tech Bites webinar with experts Door4 and learn how to implement the "See Think Do Care" framework within your own brand campaigns. By the end of the session, you should understand:
- The modern "complex" customer journey, aligned with STDC
- How to tailor your e-commerce marketing strategy with tactics to achieve success
- Measuring success using STDC
Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of your audience and create a more personalised experience that drives results.
Book your spot now!
Taking you through the session will be:
Leon Calverley - Director at Door4.
Join Greater Manchester to celebrate Greater Manchesters thriving ecommerce sector.
This webinar is part of the Manchester Digital Ecommerce Conference, taking place between Monday 20th March - Friday 24th March 2023.
Greater Manchester’s thriving ecommerce sector will be placed under the spotlight at Manchester Digital’s first Ecommerce Week this March, culminating in the Ecommerce Conference on Thursday 23rd March where the latest ecommerce trends will be discussed amongst leading brands and agencies.
Manchester Digital have long supported the innovative ecommerce businesses based in the North West, and many of these organisations will be sharing insights and attending events across the week which will run from Monday 20th March - Friday 24th March 2023.
The week will kick off with a roundtable discussion led by BusinessCloud, whilst individuals working in the sector will be able to join virtual professional development workshops and Manchester Digital members will be sharing their insights around the customer journey.
The main event will be Thursday’s Ecommerce Conference, taking place at No.1 Circle Square, where guests will be able to enjoy a packed agenda of panels, keynote speeches and presentations delivered by some of the region’s leading ecommerce businesses.
Sponsors for the Ecommerce Week include PushOn and Advanced Commerce. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in sponsoring the Ecommerce Week
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