Get your customers to add more products to their shopping carts easily with these proven Shopify upselling and cross-selling techniques, plus customer retention tips.
Don’t miss out on sales opportunities by sending a boring Shopify notification. Step up your transactional email game for repeat purchases and customer retention.
Learn the 16 Shopify email notification templates to send to your customers that can improve customer retention, loyalty, and boost sales figures.
Are you looking for an automated way to quickly increase your Shopify store’s revenue with no ads? The solution has been right in front of you the whole time — using your Shopify email notifications as a sales channel.
Did you know that your customers are already 8 times more likely to open post-purchase emails, such as confirmation notifications? Why? Because people are excited about their order and want peace of mind knowing their order was placed successfully.
If you’ve been sending your Shopify customers a plain order confirmation email, then you’re missing out on the opportunity to increase your revenue and sell more products.
Did you know that 74% of consumers are likely to buy based on experience alone? That means providing a great ecommerce customer experience isn’t just a nice thing to offer your customers, it’s essential for building brand loyalty and increasing profits.
Post-purchase emails are highly regarded for their effectiveness – for one, it costs 6 to 7 times more to acquire a new customer than to convert an existing one!
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It’s cheaper to retain an existing customer than acquire a new one—five times cheaper. And it’s not just cheaper. According to a Temkin Group report, loyal customers are 5x as likely to repurchase, 5x as likely to forgive, 4x as likely to refer, and 7x as likely to try a new offering.
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We’ve witnessed a steady increase in online shopping for years now, with 2020 emboldening its immediate value for B2C and B2B eCommerce companies worldwide. We’ve seen brick and mortar retail locations forced to close, while many consumers are spending much more time at home and online.
An online shopper comes to your site, adds a product to their cart and completes a purchase. So you thank them for the order placed and go about acquiring another customer.
Personalization is everything right now for ecommerce shops. When your customer feels like you know them and understand what they want, they are more likely to buy from you again (and more often).
If shopping was a sport, then Black Friday would be the Superbowl. You train your hardest all year, optimizing your site and creating the best damn marketing plan out there, all for a crack at making some of the $3.34 billion dollars spent during that one day.
What makes shoppers come back for more? When running an online store, it’s the level of customer experience.Every contact point throughout your shopper’s journey helps build a certain impression of you.
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