Shopping Cart Abandonment

Conquering Cart Abandonment With Shipping Predictions
March 15, 2016 at 10:09 am

Most shoppers love how the site immediately predicts shipping costs and delivery date for their purchases. As soon as shoppers click on a product, they see a message such as, “Want it Wednesday, Sept. 30 by 4 p.m.? Order in the next 11 minutes, six seconds.” What’s noteworthy is that Amazon does this up…

The Secret to Increasing Your E-Commerce Sales by 42%
February 18, 2016 at 9:53 am

With more and more consumers preferring to shop online, internet retailers are witnessing exceptional growth. Industry analysts are expecting this upward trend to continue. And it’s not just the domestic e-commerce market that’s growing; the global market shows huge potential as well. According to eMarketer, global e-commerce is poised to more than double by 2019…

7 Ways to Check Out Your Checkout Process
January 7, 2016 at 10:01 am

A pro golfer is just one short putt away from winning the championship. He taps the ball, it rolls, teeters on the edge of the cup and then settles at the rim with no intention of dropping in. Argh. That’s pretty much how online retailers feel when a shopper has filled a cart and made…

Too Many Abandoned Carts? Don’t Blame Shipping Costs
July 21, 2015 at 2:04 pm

We all know you can’t close a sale every time someone clicks on a "Buy Now" button on your website. There are dozens of studies showing cart abandonment rates in the 65 percent to 80 percent range. Some of those people are just kicking the tires and aren’t going to buy today, but too many…

Make Your Shopping Cart Work Harder
June 22, 2015 at 4:31 pm

The time has come to reimagine your shopping cart. For years, it's served as the connection between the shopping experience and the checkout process, but now it needs to do more. Consumers aren't shopping like they did in the early days of e-commerce, and it’s time for the shopping cart to catch up. The shopping…

3 Steps to Successful Cart Reminder Messages
October 23, 2014

Everyone knows that shopping cart reminder emails will bring shoppers back to a site to shop and hopefully buy. The rate of shoppers leaving items in a shopping cart continues to rise, though many shoppers are not truly abandoning carts with no intention to come back and shop.