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Top 3 Reasons
Online Shoppers
Abandon Their Carts
Imagine seeing a potential
customer in real-time browsing
through your site.
Your hard work on social
media & SEO enticed them to
come visit your site,
and after browsing through
your products they find the
perfect item and place it in
their shopping cart.
But in the end, after getting them so
close to a purchase, they change
their mind and abandon their cart.
Around 67% of shoppers who place
items in carts don’t complete the
checkout process, costing merchants
$18 billion per yea...
Understanding why people leave
your site with a full shopping cart
will allow you to proactively
combat this problem and g...
The Top 3 Reasons
(and Solutions) for
Shopping Cart
Abandonment
Shipping
Related
Issues
44% of the shoppers abandoned the
checkout process because shipping
and handling costs were too hi...
Shipping
Related
Issues
44% of the shoppers abandoned the
checkout process because shipping
and handling costs were too hi...
Shipping
Related
Issues
44% of the shoppers abandoned the
checkout process because shipping
and handling costs were too hi...
Solutions
Lower your shipping rates, offer flat
rate shipping, or remove your shipping
costs all together.
1
Solutions
Lower your shipping rates, offer flat
rate shipping, or remove your shipping
costs all together.
Look into minimum...
Solutions
Lower your shipping rates, offer flat
rate shipping, or remove your shipping
costs all together.
Look into minimum...
Solutions
Be upfront about your shipping policy.
Publish your shipping policy and the
associated costs on each product pag...
Solutions
If you are charging for shipping, provide
people with the total cost of their order
before beginning the checkou...
41% of shoppers left items in their
cart because they felt they were not
ready to purchase.
No Strong
Call to Action
41% of shoppers left items in their
cart because they felt they were not
ready to purchase.
27% wanted to compare products...
41% of shoppers left items in their
cart because they felt they were not
ready to purchase.
27% wanted to compare products...
Create a sense of urgency to encourage
the purchase right now.
Solutions
Create a sense of urgency to encourage
the purchase right now.
Use weekly or daily events featuring a
combination of items...
Create a sense of urgency to encourage
the purchase right now.
Use weekly or daily events featuring a
combination of items...
Using Granify you can create custom
offers to persuade at-risk shoppers to
buy before they leave your site.
For example, if...
14% of shoppers abandoned because
they didn’t want to register for the site.
A Poorly
Designed or
Time-Consuming
Checkout
14% of shoppers abandoned because
they didn’t want to register for the site.
12% said the site was asking for too
much inf...
14% of shoppers abandoned because
they didn’t want to register for the site.
12% said the site was asking for too
much inf...
Solutions
Always give the shopper the option to
checkout as a guest. Don’t force people
to sign up to your site.
Instead, focus on providing a
quality product and experience
that makes them want to sign
up after receiving their order.
...
Only ask for essential information.
The fewer steps you introduce, the
lower the friction shoppers feel
checking out.
Solu...
Only ask for essential information.
The fewer steps you introduce, the
lower the friction shoppers feel
checking out.
Solu...
Only ask for essential information.
The fewer steps you introduce, the
lower the friction shoppers feel
checking out.
Solu...
Remember:
It’s a BIG, but solvable problem.
A few small changes
can keep customers
from abandoning their
cart on your site.
Recap:
A few small changes
can keep customers
from abandoning their
cart on your site.
Recap:
If you can’t change your
shipping p...
A few small changes
can keep customers
from abandoning their
cart on your site.
Recap:
If you can’t change your
shipping p...
A few small changes
can keep customers
from abandoning their
cart on your site.
Recap:
If you can’t change your
shipping p...
See how Granify can identify and overcome cart
abandoner's objections before they leave your
site — in real-time!
Learn Mo...
Questions? Connect with us:
Visit our blog for
more Ecommerce strategies:
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Top 3 Reasons Online Shoppers Abandon Their Carts

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We have outlined three things you can do today to reduce shopping cart abandonment. Understanding why people leave your site with a full shopping cart will allow you to proactively combat this problem and get more customers through your funnel. In this presentation we’ll cover three of the most common reasons for abandoned shopping carts and what you can do to prevent them.

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Top 3 Reasons Online Shoppers Abandon Their Carts

  1. 1. Top 3 Reasons Online Shoppers Abandon Their Carts
  2. 2. Imagine seeing a potential customer in real-time browsing through your site.
  3. 3. Your hard work on social media & SEO enticed them to come visit your site,
  4. 4. and after browsing through your products they find the perfect item and place it in their shopping cart.
  5. 5. But in the end, after getting them so close to a purchase, they change their mind and abandon their cart.
  6. 6. Around 67% of shoppers who place items in carts don’t complete the checkout process, costing merchants $18 billion per year in lost revenues.
  7. 7. Understanding why people leave your site with a full shopping cart will allow you to proactively combat this problem and get more customers through your funnel.
  8. 8. The Top 3 Reasons (and Solutions) for Shopping Cart Abandonment
  9. 9. Shipping Related Issues 44% of the shoppers abandoned the checkout process because shipping and handling costs were too high.
  10. 10. Shipping Related Issues 44% of the shoppers abandoned the checkout process because shipping and handling costs were too high. 22% of people left because the shipping and handling costs were posted too late.
  11. 11. Shipping Related Issues 44% of the shoppers abandoned the checkout process because shipping and handling costs were too high. 22% of people left because the shipping and handling costs were posted too late. With nearly 70% of shoppers abandoning carts because of shipping, it’s clearly a problem worth solving!
  12. 12. Solutions Lower your shipping rates, offer flat rate shipping, or remove your shipping costs all together. 1
  13. 13. Solutions Lower your shipping rates, offer flat rate shipping, or remove your shipping costs all together. Look into minimum purchase orders that can qualify a customer for free shipping, thereby increasing revenue with the increase in purchases. 1 2
  14. 14. Solutions Lower your shipping rates, offer flat rate shipping, or remove your shipping costs all together. Look into minimum purchase orders that can qualify a customer for free shipping, thereby increasing revenue with the increase in purchases. Once you’ve saved the lost carts, the increase in total products shipped should allow you to negotiate a better price with your preferred carrier, decreasing your costs. 1 2 3
  15. 15. Solutions Be upfront about your shipping policy. Publish your shipping policy and the associated costs on each product page. 4
  16. 16. Solutions If you are charging for shipping, provide people with the total cost of their order before beginning the checkout process. Be upfront about your shipping policy. Publish your shipping policy and the associated costs on each product page. 4 5
  17. 17. 41% of shoppers left items in their cart because they felt they were not ready to purchase. No Strong Call to Action
  18. 18. 41% of shoppers left items in their cart because they felt they were not ready to purchase. 27% wanted to compare products & prices with other sites. No Strong Call to Action
  19. 19. 41% of shoppers left items in their cart because they felt they were not ready to purchase. 27% wanted to compare products & prices with other sites. With the sheer amount of options and information available to shoppers they are much more likely to shop around and spend time researching the product before purchasing. No Strong Call to Action
  20. 20. Create a sense of urgency to encourage the purchase right now. Solutions
  21. 21. Create a sense of urgency to encourage the purchase right now. Use weekly or daily events featuring a combination of items. Solutions
  22. 22. Create a sense of urgency to encourage the purchase right now. Use weekly or daily events featuring a combination of items. Rotate items that are on sale, emphasize limited quantities, and show the amount of time left before a discount ends. Solutions
  23. 23. Using Granify you can create custom offers to persuade at-risk shoppers to buy before they leave your site. For example, if Granify detects checkout hesitation or price-shopping we will show the customer a targeted message with a high likelihood of resulting in a finished sale. Solutions Learn More
  24. 24. 14% of shoppers abandoned because they didn’t want to register for the site. A Poorly Designed or Time-Consuming Checkout
  25. 25. 14% of shoppers abandoned because they didn’t want to register for the site. 12% said the site was asking for too much information. A Poorly Designed or Time-Consuming Checkout
  26. 26. 14% of shoppers abandoned because they didn’t want to register for the site. 12% said the site was asking for too much information. 11% felt the checkout process was too long or confusing. A Poorly Designed or Time-Consuming Checkout
  27. 27. Solutions Always give the shopper the option to checkout as a guest. Don’t force people to sign up to your site.
  28. 28. Instead, focus on providing a quality product and experience that makes them want to sign up after receiving their order. Solutions Always give the shopper the option to checkout as a guest. Don’t force people to sign up to your site.
  29. 29. Only ask for essential information. The fewer steps you introduce, the lower the friction shoppers feel checking out. Solutions
  30. 30. Only ask for essential information. The fewer steps you introduce, the lower the friction shoppers feel checking out. Solutions People are more likely to register during their second or third purchases, providing you with a wealth of information.
  31. 31. Only ask for essential information. The fewer steps you introduce, the lower the friction shoppers feel checking out. Solutions ! Focus on making the sale and creating repeat customers first, collect data later. People are more likely to register during their second or third purchases, providing you with a wealth of information.
  32. 32. Remember: It’s a BIG, but solvable problem.
  33. 33. A few small changes can keep customers from abandoning their cart on your site. Recap:
  34. 34. A few small changes can keep customers from abandoning their cart on your site. Recap: If you can’t change your shipping policy, at least make it more transparent and visible.
  35. 35. A few small changes can keep customers from abandoning their cart on your site. Recap: If you can’t change your shipping policy, at least make it more transparent and visible. Create a reason for people to buy your product while they are still on your site.
  36. 36. A few small changes can keep customers from abandoning their cart on your site. Recap: If you can’t change your shipping policy, at least make it more transparent and visible. Create a reason for people to buy your product while they are still on your site. Lastly, make sure that once they get to the checkout process, it’s clear sailing to the end.
  37. 37. See how Granify can identify and overcome cart abandoner's objections before they leave your site — in real-time! Learn More
  38. 38. Questions? Connect with us: Visit our blog for more Ecommerce strategies:

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