Cart abandonment is where online shoppers will put something in a shopping cart online, and then not complete. Did you know 68% of people who put something in a shopping basket online, don’t complete their order.
That’s astonishing, isn’t it?
You’d hardly go into the supermarket, fill your trolley up and then decide that you’re going to leave it in an aisle! It’s just something which never happens in real life. But it’s a big issue online!
Without cart recovery software you’re leaving money on the table
You’re not going to find anything which will boost your bottom line as quickly as cart recovery software. It brings back sales which you thought never existed. SalesCycle, the leading cart recovery software provider, showed me how Monsoon had raised their sales by 4.3% and Sony in the region of 8%.
You’d be crazy not to have this software!
If you’re a small company, you can get this software very affordably.
If you’re a larger company, you’ll be looking for an advanced solution with comes with account management and optimisation. Pricing is typically based on a CPA (Cost-Per-Acquisition) basis. In practice, that means you’ll pay a percentage of the sales recovered. They won’t tend to charge until you’ve exceeded a certain limit. So it’s free until you’ve profited from it.
That percentage is typically subject to negotiation.
Hire me, if you’re a big company. I can advise you on which software provider you should choose, best practice, the implementation process and how to monitor if you’re getting a good deal.
If you’re smaller, have a look at the guide: which cart recovery software should you buy? It’ll show you all your options and help you make the right decision.