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SaleCycle’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019


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With 2020 fast approaching, it’s time to recap some of the year’s most popular posts on our blog.

Posts are ordered by number of views and yes, there’s a lot of stats in this list.

Online Fashion Retail: 11 Essential Statistics

Key stats and trends around the online fashion market. See also our Fashion Ecommerce Trends Report from 2019.

11 of the Best Ecommerce Stats from 2019

A compilation of some of the most interesting ecommerce stats frm the past year, containing a mixture of SaleCycle and third party data.

What is Cart Abandonment?

We look at cart abandonment and what to do about it, as well as an overview of abandonment in different industries.

why people abandon carts

How Countdown Timers Can Be Used to Drive Ecommerce Sales

This post looks at the ways retailers can use countdown timers to drive urgency and generate sales.

See also this post on using countdown timers in sales periods.

Digital Trends in the Travel Industry

We released our Understanding Airline and Travel Trends Report in May, and these stats look at some key trends in the online travel market.

10 Fascinating Stats on Cart Abandonment

We collect lots of stats on cart abandonment and related issues, from abandonment rates, to reasons for not buying, and which products shoppers are most likely to leave behind.

How to Track Cart Abandonment Rates Using Google Analytics

This post provides a step by step guide to viewing cart abandonment data in Google Analytics, helpful to track trends and uncover issues in the checkout funnel.

Our Ecommerce Remarketing Reports

We’ve released two remarketing reports this year, the first looking at trends in retail ecommerce, and the second looking at the online travel market.

What Are the Pros and Cons of Black Friday for Retailers?

This post looks at some of the benefits of Black Friday for ecommerce sites, but also some of the reasons why some retailers may choose not to offer promotions.

11 Examples of Replenishment Emails from Retailers

Replenishment emails (now Repeat Purchase reminders) help to drive loyalty by reminding customers when key products are about to run out.


Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is Editor in Chief at SaleCycle. He's been covering ecommerce and digital marketing for more than a decade, having previously written reports and articles for Econsultancy. ClickZ, Search Engine Watch and more.