Your ecommerce checkout flow is where the money is at. Think about it. Random visitors leave the site before ever entering the checkout funnel. Motivated buyers come here to finish their order.
Any small design improvement in your checkout UX usually has a direct impact on how much money your site makes.
An ecommerce site that I analyzed recently had a payment page in which 84.7% of the traffic proceeded to buy. I calculated that if we could increase that to 90%, it would result in 461 more orders and an additional $87,175 per month—23.9% revenue growth. “Small” gains can be huge.
A Rejoiner study found that over 50% of the cart abandonment emails they send are opened on a device that is different than the one the customer originally abandoned on.
A typical situation is a person browsing your site on mobile, perhaps adding items to their cart as a “wishlist”, then never completing their purchase.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could email them with the exact items they’d left in their cart, and restore their cart with those items, no matter what device they use when they click through your email reminder?
That’s the beauty of cart regeneration, a feature that online retailers often overlook in their cart abandonment email strategy. It’s key to boosting online sales.
If there were only one email campaign we could send for 350+ of our online retail and eCommerce customers for rest of their lives it would be this one….
The cart abandonment campaign.