To assess how well General Retailer websites market and sell services to their demanding audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated 7 best-in-class sites, Costco.com, Dillards.com, JCPenney.com, Kohls.com, Sears.com, Target.com, and Walmart.com. This case study announces the rankings in the General Retailers industry.
About Nicole WallensSenior Analyst, Data Wizard :: I focus on Website performance and how IT industry sites compete over time. My job is to report the facts & figures that help Web teams define real issues & requirements; gain stakeholder consensus; scope out the competition; and create a Website that competes with the best in the business.
To assess how well Specialty Retailer websites market and sell services to their demanding audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated 13 best-in-class sites, AutoZone.com, BedBathandBeyond.com, BestBuy.com, DicksSportingGoods.com, DollarTree.com, GameStop.com, HomeDepot.com, Lowes.com, OfficeDepot.com, OreillyAuto.com, Shop.AdvanceAutoParts.com, TractorSupply.com, and Ulta.com. This case study announces the rankings in the Specialty Retailers industry.
To assess how well Internet Retailer websites market and sell services to their demanding audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated 6 best-in-class sites, Amazon.com, eBay.com, Etsy.com, Overstock.com, Poshmark.com, and Shopping.Google.com. This case study announces the rankings in the Internet Retailers industry.
Merchandising websites are considered the masters of online commerce. Billions of dollars run through them every day selling everything from paper clips to automobiles. But there is a lot more to these sites than an "Add to Cart" button and sexy ecommerce system. When put to the test, do the internet commerce pioneers like Amazon and eBay beat out brick-and-mortars like Best Buy and Costco? Check your expectations at the door because the results will surprise you.
We’d be remiss if we expanded the scope of our research into new industries and didn’t include the Merchandisers sector. After all, this group encompasses an untold number of retailers and spans an unprecedented number of sectors. But, what segments did we decide to study, and which sites did we elect to evaluate in each group? To find out, take a look at the 2020 Merchandisers Industry roster.
To assess how well Securities websites market and sell services to their demanding audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated 5 best-in-class sites, EdwardJones.com, FranklinResources.com, IntercontinentalExchange.com, KKR.com, and Schwab.com. This case study announces the leaders and laggers in the Securities industry.
To assess how well Diversified Financial websites market and sell services to their demanding audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated 10 best-in-class sites, AJG.com, Ally.com, Ameriprise.com, BlackStone.com, FannieMae.com, FreddieMac.com, INTLFCStone.com, Jefferies.com, Synchrony.com, and Voya.com. This case study announces the leaders and laggers in the Diversified Financials industry.
To assess how well Commercial Banking websites market and sell services to their demanding audiences, the siteIQ team evaluated 15 best-in-class sites, 53.com, BankofAmerica.com, BBT.com, BNYMellon.com, Citigroup.com, GoldmanSachs.com, JPMorganChase.com, Key.com, MorganStanley.com, NorthernTrust.com, Regions.com, StateStreet.com, SunTrust.com, USBank.com, and WellsFargo.com. This case study announces the leaders and laggers in the Commercial Banking industry.
Websites in the Banking & Finance segment have a lot less to live up to than their IT counterparts. So, the scores should skyrocket, right? Not so fast. How did the Banking & Finance websites fare and did the big names take the top spots?
Tech evaluations and analysis done, it’s time to turn our attention to some of the new industries we’re evaluating as part of our siteIQ Usability Index. First up: segments within the Finance sector, including Commercial Banks, Diversified Financials, and Securities — which are all new to the siteIQ Index. So, which sites make the cut in each sector? Take a look at the 2020 Finance Industry roster.