Shopify App : Collection Page Merchandising

Increase Revenue by Sorting Products using Data Analytics

About Collection Page Merchandising

Increase your revenue : Improve conversion rates and margins per order by using performance metrics like past orders, revenue and inventory status to sort products.

Improve user engagement : Pin featured products to the top and sequence trending products to engage consumers who are unsure of what they want and improve conversions

Eliminate manual work & errors : Leverage data to automatically sort collection pages using custom rules to show certain items on top and push sold out items to the bottom

Shopify visual merchandising push out of stock sold outs down

What is Collection Page Merchandising?

It is an automation tool that helps increase revenue by re-arranging products on the collection pages. The app uses advanced data analytics to assign product rankings by taking decisions algorithmically using past data and eliminates the manual task of sorting collection pages which is often error-prone and unmanageable for most store owners.

Additionally, it helps push sold-out items to the bottom thus improving user experience and allowing you to execute your merchandising strategy effectively and efficiently.

Create rules to manage the order of products for any collection.

The app uses a set of global and collection-specific strategies to sort products. The sorting can happen on-demand at any time, daily at a fixed interval or any other frequency of your choice. You can choose to sort even a single collection if required at the click of a button.

The app can sort & order products by:

  • Revenue/Sales generated (for X number of days)
  • Product Published, Created or Last Updated date
  • Inventory Quantity
  • Variant Availability Ratio
  • Custom Rules based on Product Title, Tags, Vendor, Product Type, Number of days since created or published
  • Product Price
  • Discount (% or $)
  • Random Order

That's not all!

You can use a set of our predefined and proven merchandising strategies or configure your unique rule-based strategies to create a great first impression for your site visitors.

Collection Page Merchandising app helps you to execute your merchandising strategy:

  • Pin "Featured" products to the top – Pin any number of products to the top of each collection to promote trending products, discounted items, runaway successes or special items. You can also use this feature to promote season-specific products with an easy to use drag and drop editor.
  • Promote “New” Products – Keep new arrivals to the top of a collection for a specified number of days. This could be an extremely powerful feature for apparel stores that keep adding fresh designs.
  • Use “Multi-Segment” sort – Use our multi bucket sort feature to group & sort products that meet certain criteria such as high variant availability, high revenue, etc
  • Push down “Out-of-Stock” Products – Eliminate manual work by automatically pushing sold out items to the bottom. This issue is often neglected as it is an extremely tedious task to keep track of out of stock items across all collections.
  • Promote “Daily deals” – You can sort clearance/on sale/deals pages with the best offers on top which can be a great online merchandising strategy
  • Automatically leverage your order data to continuously improve product sorting & conversion rate by showing best sellers on top while demoting slow-moving products.

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Launch date
April 21, 2021
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