Category Archives: Shopping Cart Abandonment

20 Great Popup Examples to Reduce Cart Abandonment

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20 brilliant popup examples to reduce cart abandoment

Barilliance found that the average ecommerce cart abandonment was nearly 80% in 2017. It means that 8 out of 10 visitors who add an item to their cart will leave your store without buying. Unfortunately, this is a universal problem for all retailers, according to ConversionUP.

But there is a bright side: the high level of cart abandonment can be seen as an opportunity. Or as a challenge. A challenge to save all those sales. Popups are highly effective at capturing visitors who are leaving their cart behind. Especially if you pay attention to a few important details.

In this article, we’ll look at 20 real popup examples to reduce cart abandonment. All of these examples have their own advantages and disadvantages. By reviewing each example, you can learn what works and what doesn’t.

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What does GDPR Mean for Popups?

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What does GDPR mean for popups?

We’re sure you’ve already heard about the EU’s new regulation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But are you ready for it? Do your popups comply with GDPR?

Good news: your OptiMonk popups are GDPR ready. But before we dive into the details, first, let’s sum-up what it is.

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How to Increase Sales by Reducing Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate

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Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate

While the ecommerce industry continues to grow, it seems that the shopping cart abandonment rate of online stores is, unfortunately, following the same trend. That’s why you can’t afford to ignore your shopping cart abandonment rate…

In this guide, you’ll learn how to track shopping cart abandonment in your ecommerce store, and you’ll also get 20+ actionable ideas to start improving your shopping cart abandonment rate today!

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How to Decrease Checkout Abandonment

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How to Decrease Checkout Abandonment

If there’s one thing that ecommerce owners hate, it’s their Cart / Checkout abandonment rate, no matter how low it is! Baymard Institute reports an average cart abandonment rate drawn from the top 31 sources of online ecommerce data including some big players such as IBM and Forrester Research. Their results show that the average cart abdandoment rate is a shocking 68%.

A little less than 7 out of 10 people simply leave your site when they have something in their cart and are almost to the finish line!

In this post we’ll show you 19 advanced ways to keep people on your site moving towards checkout. Hopefully with a few tips, you won’t hate your cart abandonment rate.

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How Bullets2Bandages Reduced Their Cart Abandonment Rate By 31%

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cart abandonment rate

We’ve all heard the statistics: only 3% of visitors will make a purchase in their first visit to an ecommerce store. In other words, 97 out of every 100 people will simply leave without making a purchase. To make matters worse, 70% of people who add an item to their cart will never actually checkout. So you’re losing 7 out of 10 people in the checkout process too.

Business Insider recently released a report that approximately $4 trillion worth of products will be abandoned in online shopping this year with only 63% of that being recoverable.

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[CASE STUDY] How an eCommerce Store Reduced their Cart Abandonment Rate by Over 17% Using Onsite Retargeting

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[CASE STUDY] How an eCommerce Store Reduced their Cart Abandonment Rate by Over 17% Using Onsite Retargeting

BootCuffsSocks.com is an online store that sells a wide variety of boot accessories for women. With a high volume of traffic, they are continually working to convert visitors into valuable sales by providing high-quality products, impeccable customer service, fast and free shipping, and easy returns on their selection of boot cuffs, boot socks, and leg warmers.

In this case study, we’ll show you step-by-step how they decreased their cart abandonment rate by more than 17% using onsite retargeting powered by OptiMonk. Check it out!

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