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A potential customer has taken their time to explore your products and put a few items in their shopping cart, but they don’t make a purchase. You ask yourself, “What happened?” While we can’t always know the exact reason for abandoned shopping carts, there are ways to reduce the likelihood of them happening. Check out these five ways to lower your e-commerce shopping cart abandonment rate. For more on the best Shopify apps for abandoned…

A high percentage of customers leave your Shopify e-commerce store without making a purchase. They have added items to their cart, but they don’t make it through the checkout process for various reasons. These are high intent customers, so how do you win them back? Fortunately, there are different strategies and tools you can use to effectively win-back some of these Shopify abandoned carts and increase your sales. For Shopify businesses, this process is streamlined with…

Do you find that a lot of your potential customers leave items in their shopping cart without completing their purchase on your e-commerce site? You’re not alone — shopping cart abandonment is something all e-commerce stores experience.  Studies have found that the shopping cart abandonment rate across e-commerce stores is nearly 70%. This means that nearly seven out of every ten customers who shop on your website will leave without completing a purchase. While it…

Most marketers know the frustration that an abandoned e-commerce cart brings. A potential customer visits the site, browses, and maybe even reads some blog posts. Then they add various items to their cart. The optics look promising — until, well, they don’t. Despite these products patiently waiting in the cart, the customer disappears, never to be seen again.  Some estimates place shopping cart abandonment by users as high as 80%. It’s a shockingly high number…

E-commerce businesses lose an estimated $4.6 trillion each year due to cart abandonment — over 3/4 of shoppers leave items in their cart without purchasing. It’s a massive number that impacts the bottom line of every e-commerce store.   Browsing online isn’t so different from window shopping at a brick and mortar store. It’s common for shoppers to walk by an item several times before stepping into the store to buy or even to get cold…