Browsing products by category and/or product type is another
commonly used option to present products to your customers.
Advanced use of browsing highlights the products of particular interests.
Mostly Ordered Products
Popularity is one way to justify quality.
Consumers trend to trust other consumers' choices than vendors'
recommendations. 80/20 rule applies to sales as well. 20% of most popular
products may make up 80% of your sales.
Feature or Promotion Products
There're two reasons to present consumers a list of promotion products.
Vendors want to highlight the products with best-value, or to rotate
all products to consumers periodically for promotion. Online storefronts
tend to show promotion products on their home pages, while brick-and mortar
stores stock promotion products at the entrances,
New products desire special promotion. Vendors want to entice customers with
new products, and customers are consistently looking for new things.
Consumers purchase a product to satisfy their particular needs or to help them
complete specific tasks.
If consumers are interested in one product they are very likely interested in
the related products. If they're looking for a soccer ball,
they may be interested in soccer uniforms as well. If they're searching for
Related product list could be part of a product detail page. This is a feature on
amazon, "the customer bought this book also bought the following books".
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