Fulfillment marketing combines fast shipping, transparency, and customization—without sacrificing scalability. It leverages insights collected through marketing data to deliver a personalized experience (even at mass volume) that will keep your customers happy.Download The Infographic
Simply sending your products in generic brown boxes won’t do the trick—especially as an eCommerce seller where the first tangible experience you’ll have with a customer is when your package arrives at their door. So, how can you make a more impactful first impression?
Fulfillment marketing is designed to bring marketing and fulfillment together at scale, as well as support your warehouse kitting operations. This strategy enables you to create an entirely unique order fulfillment experience using data you’re already capturing.
With increasing competition for eCommerce businesses, you need a way to develop a competitive edge. Fulfillment marketing makes it possible to build brand awareness and recognition so you can stand out in a sea of boring brown boxes and leave a lasting impression.
With fulfillment marketing, you can tailor the entire experience through customized packaging, inserts, labels, coupons, and more. This makes it possible to deliver a more personalized, unique customer experience that won’t soon be forgotten.
By delivering a more engaging and personalized user experience, you can quickly turn one-time buyers into repeat customers and loyal advocates for your brand. This means additional revenue from existing, long-term customers.
Use the marketing data you’re already collecting to improve your order fulfillment process and delight your customers. For example, if you notice that a repeat customer has a birthday coming up, you can put a customized coupon in the box next time they make an order!
Fulfillment marketing uses insights collected through marketing data to deliver a personalized experience (even at mass volume) to keep customers happy. It combines customization, fast shipping, and transparency—without sacrificing scalability.
Packaging is important because it’s the first physical experience your customers have with your product.
Customized and branded packaging has led to the popularity of online unboxing videos. Talk about free advertising!
If you can’t offer free shipping, you’d better offer
50% of consumers say free shipping is the most important shipping factor
50% say fast shipping is more important or as important as free shipping
3-5 DAYS is the most acceptable delivery wait time, according to the majority of respondents in a survey of 2,815 U.S consumers
Providing shipping tracking updates, and being honest with customers when there is a shipping issue, goes a long way!
23% of abandoned carts are due to lack of transparency (customers feeling blindsided by shipping costs at the end of their transaction because they couldn’t calculate them upfront)
97% of customers want the ability to track orders and receive communication throughout the shipping process
94% of consumers say they are more likely to be loyal to a brand offering transparency
89% say businesses can regain their trust if they admit to mistakes and resolve them
73% say they are willing to pay more for a product from a company offering transparency
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