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Case Study: Digital Transformation of a Luxury Bathroom Company


In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, AGM Home Store, a fast growing player in the luxury bath industry few years ago, was facing a period of change. The company's primary focus was on boosting sales and enhancing customer retention. To achieve these objectives, they sought a comprehensive digital solution that included a customer-centric website, engaging content, a new logo design, a robust online presence, and an effective email marketing and automation structure.

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The company needed to differentiate itself in a competitive market, add value to its customers through meaningful content, and promote its products effectively across various digital platforms. The challenge was to leverage data to create content that resonates with their target audience and drives sales.


The solution was a multi-pronged approach that combined design differentiation, content creation, and strategic promotion.

  1. Website Redesign: The company's website was redesigned to be more user-friendly and visually appealing, reflecting the brand's luxury positioning.

  2. Content Creation: The content strategy was driven by data. For instance, Google Analytics and the company's Website API data revealed that the "Shower Bench" category was the most valuable and the most visited landing page. This insight was used to create content that highlighted the potential of the category to sell, cross-sell, and up-sell to customers.

  3. Analytic Integrations: The company used data to identify its target audience, which consisted of women aged 40-55, located in California, New York, and Florida, with interests in interior design, architecture, bathroom design, home decor, bathroom ideas, and luxury bath accessories. The data also revealed that the most valuable customers were subscribers who had an average value greater than $345 per purchase and an average order greater than 2 within a period of 5 months.

  4. Email Marketing: The company implemented an effective email marketing and automation structure to communicate with its customers regularly. This helped in nurturing the relationship with customers and promoting products subtly through informational content.

  5. Online Presence: The company expanded its online presence by promoting its products via Google Ads, Facebook Ads, Pinterest, and major marketplaces such as Houzz and Amazon.


The company's strategic approach to digital marketing, driven by data and customer-centricity, resulted in successful sales. The subtle use of informational content to answer specific customer queries and promote products as the perfect solution proved to be effective. The company's digital transformation journey is a testament to the power of a well-designed website, engaging content, and an effective customer retention program.

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