Ecommerce Analysis per Industry - Brand and Strategies Examples
Discover here many brands of the
industry - and for each brand, their main marketing moves, strategies and ecommerce software stack used (get insights on their Ads, Email Marketing, Landing Pages).
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industry). Head over our platform and search for any brand to get details about their email marketing strategy (incl. their emails!), their ads, landing pages, SMS, products, etc.
You'll get access to a platform to track what your competitors are doing and tools to help you find more efficient inspiration to improve your performances.
Here on this very page, our goal is to feature some of the best performing online brands from the
industry, to give you some of the marketing insights we collected for free and showcase some of the datapoints that we collect daily. On the platform, you'll have full unlimited access on this data.
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We believe that as a marketer, you are already committing random acts of kindness daily – by creating memorable customer experiences, by innovating ways to adapt to changing clients' needs, and merely by being sincere to your brand mission. Try these strategies to show love on World Kindness Day and at the same time, inspire goodwill to your email newsletter subscribers.Read More →
Needed is on a mission to empower every woman with the fundamental nutrition information, products, and community they need to be optimally nourished before, during, and after pregnancy. Our products are currently sold direct to consumer and through a network of health practitioners (doctors, doulas, nutritionists, and more).
Most prenatal vitamins just aren't cutting it-they are made to meet bare minimum needs, not to optimally nourish a woman and her baby. 97% of women take a prenatal during pregnancy, and yet 95% of mamas-to-be have nutrient deficiencies. We started Needed to change this through products that truly work, and that address underserved areas of women's health including postpartum depression.
One-half of the world’s population is women. Women also account for 80% of consumer purchasing decisions in the healthcare industry. Women’s health industry encompasses much more than just reproduction. When we consider women’s health, we incorporate both female-specific conditions, whether tied to women’s reproduction or some other facet of women’s biology, and general health conditions that may affect women differently.
Because women are often caretakers, better outcomes in women’s health also have cascading benefits for groups such as children and the elderly. Women’s health, in other words, contributes in a significant way to stronger, healthier societies.
Women’s health is a particular niche of healthcare that needs special marketing strategies. Females are often the primary decision-makers in their families when it comes to mental health, and women often do their due diligence in researching the best providers and treatments available for their healthcare needs. Having a marketing campaign that really identifies with women – including their pain points, passions, and scheduling needs – can make a big impact. And being creative in your marketing for women’s health can be the main factor that sets you apart.