Product pages are critical to e-commerce success, but many don’t perform well. In fact, only 18% of e-commerce sites in the U.S. and U.K. have good or acceptable product page UX performance.
Why? Many PDPs are templatized—rather than tailored—and are not optimized to meet diverse consumer needs.
If you’re looking to level-up conversion rates on your product pages, look no further. We’re taking a deep dive into the web tactics that are sure to optimize performance and increase e-commerce sales.
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Pro tip: Bring all of your PDP optimization questions for the live Q&A at the end.
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