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Digital Marketing Services

With search engines and social media apps being the two most
prominent platforms for digital marketing, our services are aimed
at giving your business extract the best of the two worlds.

Given that the online world is a vast virtual space, it is important to figure out where the audiences are. This is important because digital marketing efforts have to be in the right places. In retail, businesses do not place advertisement hoardings at places where it is not likely for their targeted customers to see them. For example, a fast-food joint would prefer to run promotional campaigns in front of university campuses rather than fitness clubs.

When it comes to digital marketing for retail & online business, there are two big places to consider – search engines and social media. As customers, we are heavily dependent on search engines for information on products and services; opening up the floodgates of promotional opportunities for businesses. And with the increasing dominance of social media in our lives on all counts, the element of business advertising and promotion is already driving the engines of many social media platforms.

Keeping these two broad pies of the online world, our digital marketing services are focused on achieving excellence in Search Engines and Social Media – the two most important channels of digital or online marketing for e-commerce businesses.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

No one would have thought that search engines could become such a powerful platform for information dissemination. And with time, its commercial utility began to unfold. And that utility is visibility and more precisely, online visibility. There are millions of e-commerce businesses with an online presence and each craving to be visible to their audiences – the millions of people using search engines. This has left businesses running to better understand search engines and use them to their advantage.

  • Search queries :

To put things in perspective, Google registered 3.8 million search queries per minute in 2019. With each search query, there is a result page (known as Search Engine Result Page). That is where the visibility factor comes in. That is where users see the results for his search queries. What it takes to be visible there is what an SEO strategy is all about.

  • What are people searching online?

There are millions of people around the world who are searching for one thing or the other on search engines. What exactly are they seeking? How do we make sense of it? Fortunately, we need not answer these questions in such a generic form and we can narrow down our focus to our relevance. So, a good question would be – can your brand name or website show up in the SERPs when a query related to your business is searched for? If you can do this, your business name will appear as one of the ‘answers’ to ‘questions’ when people use search engines. The earlier your business’s brand name or website appears in the SERP, the better are the chances of audiences (potential customers/clients) visiting your

will appear as one of the ‘answers’ to ‘questions’ when people use search engines. The earlier your business’s brand name or website appears in the SERP, the better are the chances of audiences (potential customers/clients) visiting your

  • Understanding digital visibility :

An easy way of looking at it is the retail perspective. When customers visit a physical market, they either already know which stores to visit or they may search for the right stores to get what they are looking for (the latter is the case of potential customers using search engines). Understandably, the relevant stores which first come to the sight of the customers (better position in SERP) stand much better chances of being visited over stores whose visibility comes later (lower positions in SERP).

For retail as well as for eCommerce, conversion can take place only when customers visit your store or website.
  • How we can help?

Our SEO services are focused to ensure that your business name/website performs well in terms of visibility in the SERPs with the eventual goal of driving relevant web traffic from the popular search engines.

Social Media Marketing (SMM)

Social media has two faces – one for its general users and two, for businesses, organizations, and professionals with promotional and advertising intent. As general consumers of social media, we use various platforms for personal use. But as business or professional entities, the same social media platforms become an excellent tool for promotion and advertising. This second face of social media emerges from its first face.

  • Statistical backup :

Social media penetration reached 45% as of January 2019 (that is approximately more than 2.65 billion people). The market is dominantly shared by major players like Facebook, Google, WeChat, TikTok, etc. But what is more important is the sheer size of this market in terms of the number of users. Additionally, people are also spending a lot of time on social media (the world average stood at 144 minutes per day of internet users as of 2019). With these kinds of supporting statistics, social media has a lot to offer from a business and marketing perspective.

users as of 2019). With these kinds of supporting statistics, social media has a lot to offer from a business and marketing perspective.
  • Business utility of social media :

Social media users are also consumers and customers with varied nature of needs in terms of products and services. For businesses who deal in or offer such products and services, for them the social media has turned out to be a big window to reach out to billions of people and potential customers. With the ever-increasing footprint of digital presence in the lives of the common people, business advertising opportunities only get more exciting.

  • Advertising through social media :

What has emerged from this is Social Media Marketing – a tool for businesses to harness the wide outreach of social media among the masses for advertising or promotional purpose. A few common manifestations of social media marketing are the sponsored posts on Facebook or influencers promoting products on Instagram or the advertising videos on YouTube or TikTok and so on. The list just goes on. If audience is present in a platform, concerned businesses direct their advertising efforts on those platforms. Going a step ahead, now companies are also bridging the gap between the products and customers by bringing in the ‘shoppable posts’ move. The innovations have to get sharper and more efficient in a post-lockdown world. Businesses and social media will have a much bigger role to play in the next five years. It will not be just about money but creating sustainable value systems.

  • How we can help?

Our SEO services are focused to ensure that your business name/website performs well in terms of visibility in the SERPs with the eventual goal of driving relevant web traffic from the popular search engines.

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The idea of having Ecommerce Consultants on-board from the beginning itself points towards reducing the involvement of the promoters in daily operations. Ecommerce Businesses willing to be a brand reaping profits & sustaining the competition must ensure that most of their processes should be automated. The more the manual intervention, the more would be the errors.

In Ecommerce business, you get only 1 chance to impress the customer & if you mess up there, you lose the customer for long.

Process automation in respect to all the activities pertaining to customers from order receiving to order fulfilment is a must for a seamless experience for the customers.

Task Management is another grey area where most deadlines fail as 90% of the tasks are assigned manually & are forgotten, unheard, misunderstood or mistaken.

YRC Team of Ecommerce Management Consultants helps to make maximum of the processes system-driven to ensure minimalistic manual intervention.


No matter how good your product is, the customer would know only if it looks good.

Photography includes the following steps:

  • Cataloguing your products
  • Cataloguing your images
  • Backup your images (A few cloud storage solutions include Dropbox, Google Drive, Bitcasa, Apple’s Cloud Storage etc.)
  • Choose the right camera & lens (You may also outsource the photography to a third party agency)


Digital Marketing includes SEO & SMM. SEO i.e. Search Engine Optimization includes activities like back-linking, meta tags, blog-writing etc. to ensure your website ranks on the 1st page on Google Search.

Next comes SMM i.e. “Social Media Marketing” which as the name suggests including promoting your products on all the social media sites, email marketing, influencer marketing & several other BTL activities.

These activities are going to be recurring & would decide the traffic on the website, the conversions, whether the right target market is tapped, the likes, the views, the orders, the reviews & much more. YRCs Ecommerce Consultants create a budget for digital marketing right from pre-launch to launch & for each month thereafter.

Building digital marketing strategies in coordination with the agency, selecting them to signing them off would be the role of YRC.

This ensures seamless coordination, detailed interactions & desired execution as it is always advisable to work with a single agency than multiple of them.


Selection of the right software for smooth functioning of back-end operations right from production to webstore display would be suggested and integrated by YRC Team.

YRC’s Team defines SOPs of Product Movement, maps it with the locations & people. They then create a blueprint of all the features required in the software & help in shortlisting & selection.

IT Integration involves connecting your offline inventories with real-time online webstore so when a sale occurs, inventories get deducted real time across offline as well as online platforms.

This helps in accurate inventory management, maintaining the MOQs, re-order levels & achieving the optimum inventory levels.

Some popular software include unicommerce, viniculum for your front-end website management & Genisys for your entire back-end Purchase, Production, Accounting, Invoicing etc. management.


  • How many cities or countries you wish to sell in?
  • Where should your Warehouse be located?
  • Should you have one warehouse in each country or city?
  • Should you be having your own delivery team in your base city?
  • Would the 3rd party vendors be reliable? What happens when they lose or misplace your product during delivery?
  • How should I manage the logistics if my goods are coming from different countries?
  • How should the goods be stored and barcoded?
  • How much space do I require for warehouse?
  • I am sure several such questions must be haunting you while you think of starting your own fashion ecommerce brand.


At YRC, our warehousing and logistics experts can help you devise a strategy for all of the above mentioned queries and much more.

We design the layout of the Warehouse considering the inward, goods processing, software entry, barcoding, outward, goods return, scrap storage, goods stacking & much more.

Logistics route plan is devised considering the manufacturer to your warehouse and from there to last mile delivery locations.


This Step involves 03 distinct parts:

Part 1: Choosing the right Platform:

From several platforms available in the market right from Shopify to magento, woocommerce, prestoshop, wordpress etc. you must choose the one that fits best for your business

Part 2: UX Designing:

“UX” denotes User Experience, which if put in simple language is building the functional requirements of the website.

UX Designing includes designing the features required in the website, customer journey map, website features, the browsing features, navigation features, ecommerce order management process flow, checkout cart features, catalogue management, ecommerce payment system, cross selling features & much more.

“As per statistics, 68% of the customers abandon the carts before payment”

An interesting UX ensures the customer sticks on to the website for a longer time.

Part 3: UI Designing:

UI stands for User Interface, which means designing the look and feel of the website. UI includes using the right colours, elements and the entire aesthetics of the website.

A good User Interface ensures the user completes the task that he has come for. It navigates the user through the journey of the brand in the simplest but most effective way.

The UX designer maps out the bare bones of the user journey; the UI designer then fills it in with visual and interactive elements.

If User experience is the bare bone, user interface wraps it up with an attractive cape.

At YRC, our team if experts can help you develop the entire User Journey to ensure it is engaging!


This step follows the “Designing” Phase, whether you have an in-house design team, freelance designers or an outsourced design company. It is one of the most exciting phases, as here you see your designs turning into products & your ideas turning into reality.

In most start-up cases, production is outsourced i.e. brands tie-up with the established manufacturers/ job-workers to get their products manufactured.

Sampling involves multiple 04 Stages, Fit-Sample, Prototype Sample, Pre-Production Sample & the Production Sample.

Prototype Sample is the first sample provided to the buyer. It can be in any fabric/ colour. This sample is just to understand whether the product design looks equally great in reality.

Fit Sample, as the name suggests is prepared to check the fit of the garment i.e. the various sizes, length, width etc.

Pre-production is made by the actual production line. Here the stitching quality and other aspects related to manufacturing are checked. This is the last stage where rejection can be accepted.

Production Sample is made before the production which is the replica of what is going to be finally produced.

Once you are through with all this, you are good to go ahead & get your goods manufactured.


Product Designing or Sourcing is the heart of the Ecommerce Fashion Brand.

Product Designing / Sourcing can be done in several ways, as follows:

  • In-house Design Team
  • Freelance Designers
  • Outsourced Design Team
  • Ready Product Sourcing (From Manufacturer or Wholesaler)

At YRC, we evaluate your business strategy & business model to arrive at the decision, which of the above ways would be best-fit for your business. In certain cases, product sourcing may be a combination of the above.

These are the people who are going to build your brand! Whether they are the designers or merchandiser, your brand look is going to be in their hands.

If you are designing each garment from the scratch, the sourcing would play crucial role in developing design identity of your brand.

Sourcing includes fabric, trims, lining & all the raw material required to build the garment.


Branding is the “Look of the Brand”, right from logo to tagline, the colours used, the brand story, the brand communications on social media, the packaging & all the other aspects which speak directly or indirectly to the customers. Branding constitutes the look & feel of the brand & hence must be thoughtfully planned to match with the product that we are selling.

Branding must appeal to our target audience. Example : A golden colour logo depicting finesse, art, richness, premium, however beautiful it may be individually cannot go with a brand selling affordable kids wear products. So, your logo must be in-line with your brand positioning, whether you are an expensive brand or a luxury brand or a value for money brand, it must be depicted from your “Branding”.

It is an integral part to attract the target audience.


Organogram is the “HR Blueprint” of the business which is created at the onset, to map out the team required across each function at various stages of the business. At the launch, only key people need to be got on board to ensure the project gets started & at this stage, all of them need to multi-task. Similarly, certain financial as well as operational goals are set for addition of the further team. Example, for the operations team, we hire 1 operations manager during the pre-launch phase & we add 1 more only when the business kicks-off & we reach a volume of selling more than 1000 pcs/ month or a turnover of more than 0.1 million USD.

SOPs are Standard Operating Procedures, a bible to run the entire organization right from Sales, Purchase, HR, Order receiving to Order fulfilment, Inventory Management, Accounts, Warehouse, Logistics, Supply Chain, Production & all the other relevant functions for the business. Business must be organized from its first day of operations; only then the tasks can be delegated.

At YRC, we design the organization structure, the processes, and approximate time taken to execute each process, job profile of every member within the organization, their KRAs, KPIs & the Reporting Structure.


Critical Pathway Analysis (CPA), is a project management technique which cannot be overlooked while launching an ecommerce fashion brand. Brand launch process is cumbersome with multiple inter-dependent & time-bound tasks involved, which need to be tracked to ensure the project remains on track.

CPA outlines key tasks across the project, their turnaround time (TAT) & the dependencies of tasks upon each other. It identifies the sequence of tasks, their interdependent steps from inception to completion, their criticalities, and their dates of onset, target dates of completion along with the key responsible person for the respective activities. Critical Pathway helps in understanding the unimportant & not urgent tasks which may jeopardize the execution of the project because of an unexpected snag! It also maps out the potential bottlenecks which might be posed because of the dependencies of tasks upon each other & cases where the next task cannot be commenced before the completion of the previous one.

CPA detects the minimum & the maximum time involvement of a particular individual or team to execute the task, thereby arriving at the overall deadlines associated with the project.

At Your Retail Coach, we design the Critical Pathway & review it periodically to ensure the project is on track & the progress is measurable.


Business Strategy includes the vision, mission, goals, business model, business plan & strategy for all the functions within the organization.

Business Strategy is a well-defined plan that outlines who, what, where, why, how & when for the company; for example, who would be the target market, how to attract the target audience, when to launch new products, where to operate from, how to handle competitors, what would be the USP, what would be long term goal of the organization & several other answers to the 5Ws of Strategy.

Business Strategy aligns the organization towards a common goal. Business SWOT helps company to identify & overcome their weaknesses & focus to sharpen the strengths. Business strategy forecasts future risks and helps business in building skillsets to overcome the potential threats.

YRC’s Business Plan focuses on creating a “Blueprint” of the business, thereby deriving the feasibility of the concept & gauge whether the opportunity is lucrative to invest time, energy & effort. Business Plan creates cash flow understanding i.e. building inflow & outflow cash projections from Week zero to week 60 i.e. 05 year projection. Business Plan calculates the capital investment, operating costs, one-time costs, recurring costs & all the other numbers relevant to obtain the breakeven sales, return on investment, return on capital, internal rate of return & several other ratios. Business Plan is also one of the important requirements if you are targeting the “Investor Route”. Fund raising becomes extremely transparent & channelized. With business plan panned out clearly, the business will know until what point must it be stretched & where to stop, which reduces the probability of unplanned investments.


Starting the concept of Ecommerce Fashion brand with Market Research ensures we get detailed understanding of the industry & this research report also acts as a social confirmation for your concept. Market Research helps in understanding the target locations, their population, potential online buyers for your product, competitors for each category, and top selling products of the competitors, competitors’ price range, offers & their responses & much more. Market Research helps in thorough understanding of your brand position as compared to our competitors. It helps in identifying gaps in the market, in your category along with the scope of the said product in the desired market. This will help in validation of your concept & prevents you from making the same mistakes as your fellow brands, eventually saving your time, energy & efforts. This phase is also a make or a break phase, as the market research study may at-times come up with some eye-popping numbers & statistics which might compel you to re-think on your product or category that you are planning to sell or alter your entire concept itself!! Market Research Reports analyse the competitors’ webstore for their traffic, conversion & sales. This is extremely valuable information to derive our inventory budgets & projections, which takes us to our next phase.