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B) Enhancement and validation of product data
Correct and comprehensive product data are often decisive when it comes to making or not making a purchase. They improve your customers’ shopping experience, generate more sales and fewer forwarding returns due to ambiguous or missing product information.
Properly used, comprehensive product data can also significantly increase that your online shop will be found easily on Google and other sites. Correct and detailed product data are also essential for operators of Amazon or Ebay shops.
Internet business needs data in the same way a baker needs flour. Companies working successfully on the Internet appreciate well-structured and comprehensive customer data. These include contact data as well as information about hobbies, preferences, profession, purchase behavior, etc. Detailed and correct product data are also essential to online shops.
Whether customer or product data, the following always applies: The more, the better. However, people want to keep their data private. Product data are not always as available as they ought to be. This post will show you how you can nevertheless obtain usable data sets.
In Part A, we are looking at the data enhancement and data validation of customers and prospective customers information. In Part B, we focus on the product data. In Part C, we briefly explain how to proceed with further types of data.