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OUR TEAM

The awesome people behind our brand ... and their life motto.

  • Neila Jovan

    Head Hunter

    I long for the raised voice, the howl of rage or love.

  • Mathew McNalis

    Marketing CEO

    Contented with little, yet wishing for much more.

  • Michael Duo

    Developer

    If anything is worth doing, it's worth overdoing.

OUR SKILLS

We pride ourselves with strong, flexible and top notch skills.

Marketing

Development 90%
Design 80%
Marketing 70%

Websites

Development 90%
Design 80%
Marketing 70%

PR

Development 90%
Design 80%
Marketing 70%

ACHIEVEMENTS

We help our clients integrate, analyze, and use their data to improve their business.

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GREAT PROJECTS

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HAPPY CLIENTS

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PORTFOLIO

We pride ourselves on bringing a fresh perspective and effective marketing to each project.

  • Conquer Ecommerce: Get Mobile, Global & Personal

    Conquer Ecommerce: Get Mobile, Global & Personal



    With global ecommerce topping $1.2 trillion in 2013, it’s obvious most of us don’t give a second thought to ordering online. For online merchants, this is a huge opportunity. But merchants can only capitalize if they can target, attract and keep increasingly savvy, sophisticated purchasers.

    Improved technology and convenient payment options such as PayPal and direct eBanking have meant consumers are now not just buying online, they’re doing so anywhere, anytime, on almost any device. What can merchants do to keep up? Keeping on top of these three major trends is a good place to start.

    Mobilization

    Mobile has become so pervasive that website designers’ have a new mantra: “mobile first.” Mobile networks are faster than ever, the hardware is better and almost everyone uses a smartphone or tablet more frequently than their desktop computer. The proof is in the numbers: in early 2010, only 3.4 percent of the total visits to ecommerce sites came from phones and tablets. Four years later, that jumped to 36.9 percent of site visits. This massive change in such a short period of time is nothing short of stunning – and yet it’s accelerating.

    The recent combining of mobile with social has created a consumer-empowered economy where anyone can quickly and easily get the information they need about any product from almost anywhere. For merchants, offering an easily accessible ecommerce platform to reach those consumers is no longer an option. Instead, it’s become a critical component of business infrastructure.

    However, smart merchants know that optimizing their online stores for mobile is just the starting point, not the finish line. Great merchants embrace the constant and growing data stream that comes from mobile commerce and focus on ensuring their site stands out from the competition. The mobile purchase experience must be outstanding – or customers will quickly move on.

    Globalization

    The rapid increase of the global consumer base online represents a huge trend that merchants cannot afford to miss withecommerce sales forecast to rise 20.1% in 2014 to $1.5 trillion. With a significant amount of online traffic coming from offshore IP addresses, merchants need to be ready.

    Amazingly, many still aren’t. Twenty years after Netscape first dazzled us with the possibilities of that Internet thing, many small- to medium-sized businesses still don’t support international purchases. Let’s spell it out: lack of localized payment options and limited currency support no longer fulfills consumer needs in a global 24/7 economy.

    It gets worse. Global stats suggest that more than 67% of online shoppers abandon carts due to payment issues – mostly because a site doesn’t support their preferred local payment methods. Having an ecommerce partner allows merchants to focus on their business rather than localization concerns. The partner can help manage the complexities of user-experience localization, payment methods and currencies, international taxes and customer support.

    Like creating an outstanding mobile encounter, offering localized currencies, languages and payment methods to simplify the buying process is no longer a nice-to-have. Consumers now expect it and will express disappointment by surfing over to a competitor who ‘gets it.’

    Personalization

    Merchants need to look beyond outdated click-to-buy functions that ignore long-term customer retention. If personalization is executed well, customers will welcome a deeper relationship with vendors that truly understand their needs. Merchants can grow their businesses by using data-driven insights to provide encounters that create loyal customers. One key trend is the automation of lead nurturing, remarketing, email personalization and analytics. These provide even small online store owners with clear insights that help them convert more customers.

    Want to know if your marketing campaign is working? Access the analytics to track information, assess what the consumer wants and identify traffic patterns. Getting personal means investing the resources to understand consumer behaviour. This works both ways: as users become more comfortable with sharing some personal information with trusted online stores, merchants should strive to offer each customer a more meaningful and relevant experience.

    Merchants can also use data to pinpoint where potential customers are falling out of the purchase funnel. Using analytics, vendors can be agile and quickly make effective changes to increase conversions. Over time, these efforts will result in truly great and personalized customer encounters and ultimately more revenue.

    Putting it all together

    Many merchants are not adapting to these three powerful ecommerce trends because they don’t realize the incredible infrastructure, analytics and other tools that are now available to them. But it’s not too late to start: ecommerce is huge, growing and clearly here to stay. Online merchants who educate themselves about creating a fantastic consumer experience will be rewarded with loyal, long-term customers.
    Jason Kiwaluk
    Director of Ideation
  • 5 Simple Ways to Improve Website Conversions

    5 Simple Ways to Improve Website Conversions



    If you’re a merchant with an online presence, you need to make it simple for customers to navigate your website’s conversion funnel. That conversion can be anything from signing up for a newsletter, registering for a webinar, downloading content, filling out a contact form or clicking thatCheckout button. Conversion is the most important factor to the success of your online marketing goals and everything on your website should focus on turning shoppers into customers.

    Here are five ways to get there.

    1. Simplify Your Site

    According to a recent study by Business Insider, 25% of people said they abandon online shopping carts because thewebsite is too complicated. In fact, companies typically spend $92 to attract customers to their site, but only $1 to convert them.1 This strongly implies that a lot of merchants need to reduce the barriers to conversion by focusing on site usability. Here are some tips for better usability.
    • Make Navigation Seamless: Visitors need to be able to get to where they want to go without thinking too much.
    • Remove Unnecessary Page Elements: Avoid using too much text or distracting sidebars. Replace text blocks with bullet points where possible (people don’t read, they scan).
    • Use Images in Moderation: An image or two is a great way to keep users visually engaged. However, use them sparingly and keep them clean and professional.
    • Use Compelling Buttons: Ensure that buttons are easy to find and read. Don’t bury them in hard-to-find hyperlinks. Remember, this is your desired action.
    • Implement Easy-to-Submit Forms: A form should have the minimum required fields and be in a prominent place so the user can easily see it when the page first loads.

     

    2. Minimize Load Time

    A second or two in loading time can make or break your website conversion rate: 47% of eCommerce customers expect page load times of less than 2 seconds before they consider leaving and 40% will abandon a site when waiting 3 seconds.There’s more: Radware reveals that a site that takes 5 seconds to load experience 35% fewer page views and a 105% higher bounce rate, with a -38% impact on conversions. To keep that customer interested and engaged, you need to ensure your pages load fast.

    3. Have a Clear Call to Action

    Essentially, a Call to Action (CTA) takes the user to a page, which should clearly deliver on the CTA’s promise (download, sign-up, buy). Like a headline, the CTA is what grabs the visitor’s attention and moves them to conversion. More than 90% of visitors who read your headline also read your CTA.2 So, think creatively: the more interesting your CTA is, the more likely you’ll turn your visitor into a customer.

    4. Discover What You Shouldn’t be Doing

    Web analytics software such as Google Analytics or Crazy Egg is essential for understanding your visitors – where they came from and which links they clicked on. Google Analytics is sufficient for most websites, but Crazy Egg takes it to another level by showing you which parts of your pages your visitors click on, including clicks that weren’t on a link (perhaps they should be!). Whatever you choose, using analytics will reveal what’s getting the most attention and allow you to optimize intelligently.

    5. Test!

    Using the right targeting and testing methods can increase conversion rates by up to 300%.3 Companies spend so much time building a website that they often neglect to actually test the site to see if it’s working properly. This task usually falls on the one who built the site, but everyone involved should take part; on every browser, device and operating system. This is also where A/B testing comes in. A/B testing is the most used testing method for improving conversion rates.4 It allows businesses to see what works and what doesn’t. For eCommerce sites, the purchase funnel is typically a good candidate for A/B testing, as even marginal improvements in drop-off rates can represent a significant gain in sales.

    The key overall is simplicity. If your site is fast, easy to view and navigate, customers are much more likely to stay engaged and move through the conversion funnel. If you analyze and test, then you will educate yourself on what is (and isn’t) working. Only then will you see the difference between attracting visitors and converting them into lifetime customers.


    – Jason
    Jason Kiwaluk
    Director of Ideation


    1 Source: Eisenberg Holdings
    2 Source: Unbounce
    3 Source: Steelhouse
    4 Source: Steelhouse
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  • Generate More Revenue With A Localized Cart [Infographic]

    Generate More Revenue With A Localized Cart [Infographic]


    To effectively reach global customers, merchants have to be ready to adapt to customers’  online shopping preferences. Having a localized cart that supports payments with a shopper’s local currency and preferred payment method is quickly becoming essential.​ We created this infographic to help illustrate how this feature can increase your sales. 

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    Download this infographic or embed it on your site.

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