Zalora Indonesia Reaches 150,000 Daily Visits Thanks to TV Ad Spot

Enricko Lukman
9:00 pm on Nov 29, 2012

Rocket Internet’s fashion e-commerce company Zalora Indonesia has laid out its plans for the upcoming Christmas holiday season. Zalora Indonesia has five new features for Indonesian customers in the coming months:

  • A gift wrapping service, which will be made available starting December 1st.
  • Phone orders
  • A mobile version of its website to be ready in January 2013.
  • Express delivery service for an additional charge between IDR 20,000 ($2) to IDR 50,000 ($5) depending on delivery locations. To be launched in January 2013.
  • An installment payment system with banks to be launched sometime soon.

Zalora Indonesia is also selling Christmas-themed items such as clothes, accessories, and home decorations. These are available on Zalora Indonesia until December 25th.

In addition to its ads which have been aired on cable TV since September, the fashion e-commerce site also launched another ad campaign on national TV station SCTV in November, which you can see below. Zalora Indonesia claims it has had a big impact, increasing the site’s traffic to a rate of 150,000 visits every day. Orders also increased by a factor of two to three times.

As for brand recognition among Indonesians online, Zalora Indonesia’s Facebook page now has 160,000 fans, with 6,000 Twitter followers.

  • rina matsuka

    digoreng goreng….

  • f

    that ad blatantly copies an ad from india’s

    you lot might wanna mention how rocket blatantly replicates designs and ads from other companies with little to no modifications.

  • fu

    So, what’s your problem?

    Rocket Internet owns Jabong so why can’t they use the same ad creative for other countries as well? It’s called cost saving.

    Are you the internet sheriff to demand Rocket Internet to do new ads for each country or what? What a joke.

  • FUU

    Rocket Intenet is a shameless company that does not innovate and they are just a bunch of greedy brothers who is just interested in taking Indonesia’s mkt share

    • Anh-Minh Do

      As far as business is concerned, is greed surprising or odd?

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