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Recover Abandoned Sales

On average, 84% of shoppers leave without buying the items in their shopping cart.

SaleCycle helps you to persuade visitors to complete their purchase before they leave your site, or to provide an easy route back to purchase once they have left.

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Cart Abandonment Emails

reconnect with your hottest prospects

Use email to remind customers what they left behind and give them a reason to complete a purchase.

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Cart Abandonment SMS

reconnect with prospects on the move

Use SMS to show customers the products they left behind and give them a reason to complete a purchase.

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Browse Reminders

turn browsers into buyers

Visitors viewing the product on your site are expressing a possible intent to buy. Timely reminders can persuade them to make a purchase.

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Cart Reminder Requests

make it easy for shoppers to return

When a shopper looks likely to abandon a purchase, we can offer to save their cart details for later. Perfect when people aren’t quite ready to buy.

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About Recovering Abandoned Sales

Cart abandonment is a fact of life for online retailers. An average of 84% of shoppers add items to their carts but leave the site without making a purchase.

People abandon sales for a variety of reasons. Some leave websites because they encountered problems when trying to checkout, such as confusing forms. Others are simply not ready to buy there and then. They want to think about their purchases, or perhaps consult friends and family before making the decision.

Websites can do a lot to minimize the number of people who abandon, but even if customers do abandon their shopping carts, there’s still a lot retailers can do to tempt customers back.

For customers who are leaving because they’re not quite ready to buy, offering to send a reminder of cart contents helps them with their research, making it easy to pick up where they left off.

You can also target browsers who have ‘window shopped’ your products, with the aim of tempting them back to your website. Browse Reminder emails can show the specific products that shoppers have been looking at, as well as relevant cross-selling options, in case the products they viewed weren’t quite hitting the spot.

Finally, Cart Abandonment emails offer an easy route to purchase for those shoppers who have abandoned before completing checkout.

Through great timing, design, and relevant content, shoppers can be persuaded to return to the shopping cart they left behind and complete the purchase.

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