The third annual edition of the Home & Garden Top 50 Ecommerce Report from Fluid Commerce has landed.
Created in partnership with Avalara, the report features the leading home & garden brands built on Adobe Commerce (powered by Magento). It takes a deep dive into which retailers are excelling at ecommerce, and which are at risk of falling behind.
This year’s edition provides an indepth look as to what areas of ecommerce retailers have focused on in the last twelve months in order to improve their online stores.
Two brands in particular, Primrose and Bradfords Building Supplies, have invested heavily in their online stores over the last twelve months. This has caused them to shoot up the rankings:
|2021 Score||2022 Score|
|Bradford Building Supplies||55%||77%|
The 2022 report includes leading brands such as Moda Furnishings, Heals, Cox & Cox, MADE, Tom Dixon, Soak & Sleep and many more.
We scored for qualities such as speed, trust, navigation, product pages, checkout & payment, delivery & returns, and community.
One of our clients, Moda Furnishings, came in seventh place. Nick Ashworth, marketing director at Moda Furnishings, said: “At Moda Furnishings our website is an important channel for our customers and is a big part of our business success, and so we’re delighted to place in the top ten in the 2022 Home & Garden report.”
“The team, with Fluid Commerce’s support, have invested significantly into developing our ecommerce offering over the last twelve months, including the development and launch of our new 3D planner and augmented reality tool. Providing our customers with a superior online shopping experience is at the forefront of every decision we make when it comes to developing our online store, and so it is fantastic to be recognised for this in this year’s report.”
As consumer expectations have never been so high, the report highlights how important it is for online retailers to continue to upgrade, innovate and invest in their stores if they want to remain competitive and stand out in a crowded market.
From improving the checkout experience to providing user-optimised product pages, using the latest tech solutions to encouraging customer loyalty, the report shows that in 2022 ecommerce merchants are making the most of their websites – more so than ever before.
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