Growing your eCommerce store is essential if you want to stay in business, but knowing which methods are best for you may sometimes be confusing. With hundreds of eCommerce blogs online these days, you could easily fall into the trap of reading articles all day. So what do you have to do? Choose a method and go with it! We've rounded up 3 little known growth hacking methods for your eCommerce store you can implement right now! 1. Give Customers Store Credit When They’re Not Expecting It! We can all agree that one of the most powerful motivators is loss aversion, in fact it's been scientifically proven .You may already be employing this tactic on your eCommerce site by offering limited time percentage discounts to your new customers. While this is a great method, consider sending your customers specific amount savings in store credit. Something simple and to the point like this will work: Today only, save $5.75 on any order! Use code FIVESEVENFIVE at checkout. You can of course add any other stipulations like how many codes can be used per user, time limit for using the code, whether there is a minimum purchase required, etc. Main takeaway: create urgency with specific amounts! 2. Get Creative With Building Brand Loyalty The best customer is a repeat customer - yes, no? YES! How do you keep your customer happy? Well, Warby Parker has figured out an excellent way to do just that by facing head on what is usually a nightmare for any online store - customer complaints ! They create personalized videos responding to customer complaints and questions. Imagine this, you receive the pair of glasses you’ve eagerly been waiting for, only to be disappointed because the lenses seem to smudge easily...you open your Twitter app and type an angry message directed at the company, under 140 characters no less. Within a day or two your notifications light up and you receive a personalized video response! (This really happened, view the response video from Warby Parker here .) Main takeaway: get creative and surprise your customers with brand personality! 3. Create Hyper Targeted Landing Pages When you’re in the business of selling lots of different products, you should already be segmenting your customer base . So what do you do with all this data? Let’s say you’ve gathered social media information and realized that the majority of customers from Facebook that are clicking through to your eCommerce fashion store home page are 25-33 year old males. In this case, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to send them to a homepage that has women’s clothing, accessories and more taking up prime real estate. Instead what you can consider doing is creating a landing page specifically for your Facebook audience that includes mostly men’s categories and products. There are tons of varying ways to experiment with landing pages - test them out, see what works, and keep growing. Main takeaway: target customers with landing pages!