Managing Director Siegfried Stepke

Successful cooperation of e-dialog and Palmer’s Vienna, December 14, 2009 – the Palmers Textil AG agency e-dialog with the online marketing of the E-commerce area asked. “In time for the holiday shopping we were able to launch the current online campaign now for our shop and hope to see a better service through professionalism for our customers and a further sales boost”, says may. Sonja Horetzeder, head of the online shop at Palmer’s. The contract includes in particular the areas to search engine marketing with AdWords and conversion optimization. With the commissioning of e-dialog (www.e-dialog.at), Palmer continues his successful collaboration with the Vienna online marketing agency. dialogue in the field of Web Analytics for the textile company last worked. “Of course, we want to increase our conversions and why it is important to know the behavior of our users on the page.

Only we can selectively turn the campaigns and optimize our website. e-dialog has shown us improvements that could be implemented rapidly and so rapidly have increased our ROI by 50% “, says Horetzeder. Their questions please direct to: e-dialog Managing Director Siegfried Stepke M.A.. schonbrunnerstrasse 59-61, 1050 Vienna Tel. + 43 (0) 780 780 100 E-Mail: about e-dialog the Vienna-based consulting firm e-dialog specializes in Web Analytics and conversion optimization.

Is the (revenue) efficiency of existing sites and increases the ROI of campaigns. In the context of “outsourced online-marketing, search engines are marketing, as well as all forms of performance campaigns carried out, evaluated and optimized. Customers include companies such as Henkel, Palmers, the Otto-Versand, Post.at, Telekom Austria, Bank Austria, Volksbank and FlyNiki. About Palmers, the Palmers Textil AG headquartered in Wiener Neudorf is Austria’s largest textile group. The product range includes underwear, swimwear and hosiery. Currently, in 345 locations, the company employs 1,300 people worldwide.


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