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Where's My Order?

Jan 03, 2009   |   Andrew Kamphuis Recommended for:   Marketing, Ecommerce, Tasting Room & Hospitality
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Paul Mabray, Chief Strategy Officer at VinTank was lamenting on twitter about how he ordered wine from 6 different wineries via the web and no one followed up with him. Brent and I tried the experiment ourselves a year ago with 20 Canadian wineries - unfortunately almost every website underperformed.


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This past week I ordered wine (as a first time customer) from a couple different winery websites. I'm still waiting for my tracking information (even though some of the packages  have already arrived).

At a bare minimum a website should:

  1. Send an email order confirmation immediately after the order was placed.
  2. Send tracking information as soon as the order has been shipped.
  3. Provide a mechanism for customer feedback. Make it easy for customers to respond, ask questions, or even complain.

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