Reduce Cart Abandonment with Simple Visual Tweaks

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  Reducing cart abandonment is a tricky process in which seemingly simple tweaks result in significant performance changes. This means that, with some careful testing, implementing a seemingly small change to your established cart can have a big, positive impact on efficacy. Today, we’re going to talk about a few visual changes you can test on your own site to … Read More

The 2015 Reduce Cart Abandonment Checklist

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Reducing cart abandonment is a big task. There are limitless options for testing and changing how customers move through your conversion funnel. No matter how limitless your options are, there are a few essential methods for reducing cart abandonment that you simply cannot ignore. To help you narrow your focus and hit the most important parts of combating cart abandonment, … Read More

3 Shipping Tactics that Reduce Cart Abandonment

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Reducing cart abandonment isn’t always a matter of optimizing your shopping cart design. A significant percentage of cart abandonment is simply due to last minute increases in cost; the most common offender being shipping costs. $9.40 — What does this price tag look like to you? Your average lunch? A few gallons of gas?     According to a 2014 … Read More

5 Clever Features that Reduce Cart Abandonment

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Reducing cart abandonment isn’t always as straightforward as improving load times or tactfully placing security symbols. The shopping cart is a complicated middle ground between user experience and merchant utility. Any tactic employed to reduce cart abandonment needs to add to the shopping experience while giving worthwhile value to the vendor–a tricky balance to maintain. Fortunately, ecommerce is a quickly … Read More

Reduce Cart Abandonment with Chat Support

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  Reducing cart abandonment feels like a balancing act as you try to analyze and control every shopper-facing variable. From the color of your calls-to-action to the load-time of each page, each little thing has a big impact on conversion rates. While you can spend weeks testing different aesthetics to make a big impact on your site’s conversion rate, it’s … Read More

4 New Year’s Resolutions to Reduce Cart Abandonment

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Reducing cart abandonment has always been a critical component of running an efficient, profitable online store. However, changes aren’t always quick and simple. As 2014 calendars close and 2015 draws near, now is the perfect time to dedicate yourself to making changes. Here are 4 resolutions you can use to reduce cart abandonment on your online store in the new … Read More

Reduce Cart Abandonment This Cyber Monday

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Reducing cart abandonment is more important than ever during the Holiday Weekend. Monday, December 1st is going to be another record-breaking day for ecommerce. It’s up to you to ensure that this Cyber Monday brings in record sales without any snags. Whether you’ve done all you can to reduce cart abandonment this season or you’re just starting preparations now, today’s … Read More

Reducing Cart Abandonment in the Mobile Market

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    Reducing cart abandonment has remained a consistent challenge for online retailers the world over. Currently, the average shopping cart abandonment rate among desktop users is 70.1%. While this number is high enough to churn the stomachs of some online retailers, mobile abandonment rates average 98%. Now, let’s discuss the question you’re probably asking yourself right now: Why are … Read More

Raising the Dead: Retrieving Abandoned Carts from the Crypt

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  Reduce cart abandonment this Halloween with surprisingly simple tricks and treats from UpSellit. Last year, nearly $2.8 billion dollars were spent on costumes and one third of those costume seekers turned to the web to secure their getup. Halloween is the fourth-most profitable holiday for online merchants, making this time of year as valuable as it is terrifying.   … Read More

Quick & Easy Ways to Reduce Cart Abandonment This Cyber Monday

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Shopping cart abandonment costs online merchants millions of dollars every day. However, one (slightly extended) weekend accounts for both the most online sales and the most abandoned carts. From November 28th through December 2nd of last year, also known as Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday, $5.293 billion of merchandise was taken through online shopping carts and purchased, shattering 2012’s record by … Read More