SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - July 21, 2016) - Webgility, the leading multi-channel e-commerce solutions company, today announced an upcoming webinar that will reveal how e-tailers can use email campaigns to drive real revenue for their businesses. This event kicks off a series of important marketing webinars designed to help e-commerce businesses maximize their results while minimizing their headaches this holiday season. Hosted by Webgility Head of Marketing and Partnerships Christina Del Villar, the webinar will feature Jamie Tharp, Channel Manager of Bronto, the leader in commerce marketing automation. The webcast will be held on Thursday, July 28, from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. PDT. Registration is now open.
Webinar attendees will learn how personalized email campaigns can increase conversions, improve customer loyalty, and make your revenue skyrocket, revealing:
- how to grow your email list;
- the secrets to segmentation and personalization;
- a simple start-up plan for email automation;
- and three email campaigns that can make a big difference.
"e-Commerce businesses often underestimate the power of well-done emails as part of their overall marketing strategy," said Christina Del Villar, Head of Marketing and Partnerships, Webgility. "The surprising fact is that 81 percent of e-commerce customers are likely to make additional purchases after receiving personalized, relevant, targeted emails. This webinar will help ensure you don't leave that money on the table ever again."
Webgility, Inc. is the leading provider of software for multi-channel e-commerce companies, managing millions of transactions for 10,000-plus online stores every month. Webgility's mission is to empower online retailers to focus on their passion by simplifying operations. Its Unify solution connects all revenue streams, expenses, and business systems so businesses can have better perspective, make smarter decisions, lower costs, and simplify bookkeeping. Webgility® is a certified partner of Intuit®, QuickBooks®, Xero, and NetSuite®, and works with more than 70 e-commerce platforms and SaaS providers (including Amazon®, eBay®, BigCommerce®, Shopify®, and Magento®), payment processors (PayPal, Stripe, Shopify Payments, Square), and hosting providers. Founded in 2007, the company is headquartered in San Francisco with an international branch in Indore, India. For more information about Webgility, visit http://www.webgility.com.