Stitch Ecommerce Stitching Up Retail

Silicon Valley Ecommerce Startup picking up where Retail is collapsing

SAN FRANCISCO — The retail scene is littered with the remnants of changing shopper habits. Customers are deal chasing on the web, retail establishments are struggling, and many well established brands are being finished off forever.

At that point there is Stitch Fix, a mail-order garments supplier that offers clients minimal decision in what articles of clothing they get, and shies away from discounts for brand name dresses, jeans and accessories.

Despite a plan that appears to be in cloud cuckoo land, Stitch Fix keeps on developing.

For the year that finished last July, the organization recorded turnover of $730 million. It has been increasing since 2014 and has raised just $42 million from private investors, a generally humble total for a high-flying Silicon Valley start-up.

And keeping in mind that Stitch Fix managers say they have no particular arrangements to go public, the organization is very well positioned for an IPO later this year

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The Value Of Google Rankings

The difference between being at the top and being ranked  in 9th position

FACT: #1 position on Google gets 32.58% of all organic traffic. That’s 18x times more than #9 position gets. Higher rankings mean more visitors, more traffic, more conversions and consequently more profit

As #9 position gets only 1.86% of organic traffic, when you climb to the top of Google for even just one keyword, you’ll get 1752% of traffic boost for that keyword. Suppose that this keyword brings you 200 visitors every month, then getting to the first position will bring you 3504 new visitors (200*17.52=3504).

The important thing is that a smart SEO strategy will make your results far better.

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