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How To Use Instagram to Increase Ecommerce Sales

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 20, 2018 / by Amy Hayward posted in Inbound Marketing, CTAs for Ecommerce, Social Media Management, Instagram [fa icon="comment"] 0 Comments

Instagram is an incredible platform ideally suited for visual storytelling. Writing powerful calls-to-action on organic posts on Instagram, converting engagement within platform to sales, has always been somewhat of a challenge for ecommerce accounts – links aren't clickable on organic posts and there are no buttons users can press to purchase items unless the post is an ad. That is, until now.

Given the huge potential for sales on Instagram (with over 800,000 monthly shoppers) the platform has begun upgrading their features to make them more ecommerce friendly. Let's take a look at these new ecommerce features and how you can best take advantage of them.

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Increase Your Conversions with These Free Downloadable CTA Buttons

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 27, 2018 / by Amy Hayward posted in Ecommerce, Web Design, Inbound Marketing, CTAs for Ecommerce, Resources [fa icon="comment"] 0 Comments

When it comes to your marketing KPIs, nothing is more important in your digital campaigns than spurring visitors to action and generating those sweet leads. You probably already know just how vital calls-to-action (CTAs) are and the devastating consequences when they don’t convert visitors into leads. This when you need to step-up and lead your team towards better CTA design and execution.

So, how can you do this? When you’re strapped for time and resources, building custom CTAs from scratch is likely a no-go. This is why we’ve put together an easy to adjust series of calls-to-action (CTAs) that you can download today. These CTAs are bold, simple, and easy-to-adjust meaning that once you’ve read our advice you can get your team working on new CTAs that are going to be effective on your ecommerce site.

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