SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - September 13, 2016) - Webgility, the leading multi-channel e-commerce QuickBooks sync and inventory solutions company, today announced an upcoming webinar that will reveal how to appeal to the "caveman brain" of online shoppers. Featuring Jennie Wong, Ph.D. and CEO of Shopping Quizzes, the webinar will offer insights and examples from Wong's new book Seven Ways To Hack The Mind of the Online Shopper. The webcast will be held on Thursday, September 22, from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PDT. Registration is now open.
Attendees will learn:
- how to engage customers on any platform using their favorite subject;
- the hidden reason behind low conversion rates on e-commerce stores;
- how to use micro-commitments to drive sales; and
- how to survive the landmines of customer recommendations.
Registrants will also receive a free e-book copy of 7 Ways to Hack the Mind of the Online Shopper. Five webinar attendees will also win a print copy of the book.
"As Jennie so aptly reveals in her new book, online customers aren't buying with their laptop or smartphone, but with their caveman brains," said Christina Del Villar, Head of Marketing and Partnerships, Webgility. "This webinar will not just define what these brains are, but teach sellers how to build e-commerce sites that appeal to them. I can't wait to share this exciting new approach with our community, just in time for the holidays."
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.
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