Reduce Product Abandonment with Best Practices

Product abandonment is when a website visitor abandons a website from the product page. The product abandonment rate is calculated by comparing the total unique visitors to arrive on a specific product page, and the total unique visitors who then go on to complete a conversion. This valuable metric is often overlooked by marketers, yet it provides valuable insight into … Read More

LeadsCon East 2012 Showcases Datahound Lead Recovery

UpSellit will be demonstrating its proprietary Datahound lead recovery solution at LeadsCon East 2012 at booth #227 in the Hilton New York today, Tuesday, July 24th, and Wednesday July 25th. LeadsCon East is the premier showcase and networking event for lead generation businesses, online direct response, and customer acquisition, making it the perfect setting to showcase how Datahound can capture … Read More

Reducing Product Abandonment with Photos

We’ve covered the most common causes of website abandonment and discussed some different techniques that would help keep visitors on your site and clicking through top-level pages and into the product pages. Continuing down the conversion funnel, we’re going to discuss some of the most common reasons for product abandonment. As discussed here, the product abandonment rate indicates how many … Read More

Reduce Website Abandonment with SmartAgent Chat Support

SmartAgent Chat

In 2010, Forrester released a report titled, ‘Understanding Shopping Cart Abandonment’ that outlined 20 of the most common reasons for cart abandonment. With this report in hand, UpSellit then proceeded to optimize their SmartAgent chat solution to address as many of these concerns as possible. By engaging a potential customer at the very moment they abandon a conversion, SmartAgent is … Read More

LinkShare Symposium 2012 Honors Leading Performance Marketers

UpSellit will be exhibiting at the Rakuten LinkShare Symposium 2012 in New York, June 25th-26th at the legendary Waldork Astoria. The LinkShare Symposium is an exciting event that brings online performance marketing leaders together to discuss new innovations and emerging technologies. The main event, the Rakuten LinkShare Golden Link Awards, recognizes top achievers in the affiliate marketing industry. The LinkShare … Read More

Most Common Cause of Website Abandonment

According to the Fireclick Index, website abandonment rates range from from 96-99%. That means that for every hundred visitors that come to a site, only 1-4 actually complete a conversion. There is a lot of buzz surrounding shopping cart abandonment rates and checkout abandonment, however the fastest and most effective way to increase overall site conversions is to start at … Read More

IRCE Chicago 2012

UpSellit will be exhibiting at IRCE 2012 in Chicago from today, June 5th through Friday, June 8th at McCormick Place. We’d like to invite you to come by our booth (#1467) to see how UpSellit can help increase your revenue by reducing your website abandonment. UpSellit first started exhibiting at IRCE in 2009, and has found it to be an … Read More

Defining Website Abandonment, Part 4: The Conclusion

Before continuing to the last metric in the website abandonment data set, let’s take a very quick review of the terms we’ve defined. We started at the top of the conversion funnel and have been following the conversion process down to identify the value, importance and mathematical equation behind each type of website abandonment. We’ve defined your website abandonment rate … Read More

Defining Website Abandonment, Part 3

Last week we began defining the types of website abandonment beginning at the top of the online sales funnel. We established that the commonly used term, website abandonment, will be defined as the unique site visitors who arrive at a given website and abandon before converting. It was also distinguished product abandonment as the term used to describe unique site … Read More

Defining Website Abandonment, Part 2

All too often marketers interchange the different terms associated with website abandonment. While they are all related and dependent on each other they are also very different and reveal unique insights into your website’s customer experience. There is some discussion out there about these granular types of abandonment, however there is not any continuity between marketers about the different types … Read More