10DollarMall.com Turns 3
(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) CHULA VISTA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/26/14 --
This week, 10Dollarmall celebrates two milestones: March 1st 2014, marks the 3 year anniversary since its launch in 2011 and as well as accumulating over 150k legitimate Facebook fans. For that the company will be running a free shipping sale this Friday, February 28th and Saturday, March 1st. 10DollarMall will also be holding a contest that allows fans to submit videos wishing the company a happy birthday. The company is young and will continue to thrive by giving online consumers quality products all under $10. The company is running now under new administration since July 2013, the owners are Daniel Maman, Steven Maman and Jake Risman.
When shopping discount clothing online, 10DollarMall is leading the industry by storm. Most recently, 10DollarMall has been titled one of the top online stores with the most fashionable and affordable clothes for college students. You can check out the full article here: 10dollarmall.
There is no stopping the buzz on 10Dollarmall.com, with a newsletter group of over 220k, a respectable 3000 followers on Instagram and 1200 followers on Pinterest. The company will continue to push their marketing strategies with tools like Swagbucks and Mybuys in order to get more traffic and looking to hire new employees for this department, especially in SEO and Social Media. A few months ago, the company moved over to a new email marketing service called Bronto. 10DollarMall has recently launched an aggressive email marketing campaign with shopping cart abandonment, reengagement emails and soon to follow browser abandonment reengagement with Seewhy; however, the company has noticed a drop in open and click rates with all Gmail users in our common newsletters. The store has been addressing the issue by following recommended guidelines, thinking of innovative strategies, and cleaning up their emails lists to remove any "zombie" weight so that they are not appearing in the spam filter.
In the future, 10DollarMall is looking forward to raise organic traffic by 200% by the end of 2014. According to Forrester Research Survey, and Shop.org, more than half of web retailers say mobile is a top priority for their businesses. In 2013, the store received 30.27% traffic from mobile devices. Considering this large number, the owners are planning the implementation of their new web layout that is expected to be easier for users to navigate and be mobile friendly as well.
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