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Published: November 17, 2022
Author: Fashion Value Chain

Every day, new stores and business ideas emerge in the e-commerce industry, which is rapidly evolving. Consumer trends are constantly changing, especially in today’s digital age. Retailers are becoming more aware of trends and using them to determine how to improve their products and services. To be successful in this new ecommerce environment, you must think and act creatively. Staying current allows you to remain agile, adapt, and evolve without falling behind.

To stay ahead of the competition and be successful in their ecommerce business, companies must be aware of the latest trends and be able to capitalise on them. Here is a list of current and emerging trends that will shape the industry in the coming years.

Omnichannel Retail in Ecommerce

Brands are attempting to implement a smart strategy of providing customers with multiple channels to provide as seamless an experience as possible, from browsing to receiving their order, as one of the upcoming eCommerce trends in 2023. Many businesses now offer this type of experience  in shopping, so businesses that cannot keep up may be left behind. To personalise successfully, merchants must focus on providing a consistent experience across multiple platforms.

Artificial intelligence and Augmented Reality in online shopping

Many customers are still reluctant to shop in-store because of the pandemic. Businesses have adapted to a more digital approach as a result of this hesitation. Visual commerce has addressed this concern about internet shopping by increasing the brand’s visual appeal in order to increase sales. It enables brands to provide a more intuitive and engaging visual shopping experience, allowing customers to interact with products in a more immersive manner. That is why a significant increase in the use of augmented reality (AR) for products and services is anticipated, particularly in specific industries such as lifestyle and home decor, where customers can get a better feel of the product without having to see it in person.

Mobile Commerce is driving the market

Allowing customers to shop using mobile devices is no longer an exception, but rather the new norm. In fact, it appears that the number of people using their smartphones to make purchases has steadily increased over the last few years. It is also expected that mobile commerce will be seen as one of the most important e-commerce development trends shaping the future. Shopping via mobile device is convenient. Customers can make purchases from any location, which is critical in today’s world. Customers can easily conduct product research, compare prices, and make payments while on the go.

Multiple Paying Methods

With today’s rapid technological advancement, it is reasonable to anticipate that there will be even more ways to pay for goods and services online in the future. The need for faster, more secure transactions is driving this trend. Offering a variety of payment options is an excellent way to increase conversion rates. Furthermore, if customers can save their payment information on your website (and this process is secure), the next time they make a purchase, they will be able to check out faster.

Voice search commands for a seamless experience

Voice search is quickly becoming one of the most popular methods of conducting online searches. It is an important aspect of ecommerce because it allows customers to discover products that they would not have discovered otherwise. This is especially useful for shoppers who don’t know much about the product they’re looking for but know what features they want. Voice-activated smart home appliances, which are part of eCommerce trends this year and in the near future, make it easier to conduct efficient searches. As a result, eCommerce retailers that use voice search technology are expected to advance in the coming years.Authored by Raghunandan Saraf, Founder and CEO, Saraf Furniture

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