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Our product trends messages show key information about customer browsing and buying behavior.
Trends information can be shown as people first land on a page, after a period of inactivity, in response to clicks, or when they’re about to leave.
Tell visitors how many people are viewing a product, or are about to book the flight they’re considering.
Trends messages can be shown in several ways, from subtle prompts and banners to more direct notifications.
Showing Product Trends data to site visitors gives them useful information which can help them to come to a decision, as well as adding an element of urgency that can speed up conversions.
For example, if there’s only one pair of shoes left in a customer’s size, then they need to buy quickly to avoid the risk of missing out.
This data is generally used to show product popularity and availability and is a form of marketing through scarcity. It works on the fear of missing out (FOMO). In addition, if something is rare or exclusive, it can seem more valuable to people.
Product Trends should be displayed with the customer in mind. If you provide useful data that informs their decision, it helps them to make an informed, and more speedy decision and can increase conversions.
It’s a great way to use social proof. Showing how many people have viewed a particular product recently tells customers that other people are interested in that product, and makes it more credible.
Product Trends messages can be triggered in a number of ways, such as time-based triggers show Trends data when your shopper first lands on a page or has become inactive for a period of time.
Trends data can also be shown when a visitor moves the cursor towards the close tab or browser button to persuade them to reconsider.
Product Trends information can also be displayed when a visitor clicks on a certain button or link within the page.
Websites have plenty of useful data on customer behavior, product views, and purchase trends, and it pays to use this to help and inform other shoppers. When displayed in the right context, Product Trends data can give consumers a gentle nudge to purchase.