TrueShip (http://www.trueship.com) – the leading provider of ecommerce shipping software (ReadyShipper) and automated returns management solutions (ReadyReturns) – has just released a brand new guide that delivers five ways for e-retailers to ‘Hulk Smash’ cart abandonment rates at their online store.
Shopping cart abandonment affects every online retailer, with experts saying that the average rate ranges from 59% to 68%. It’s characterized by a shopper adding items to their cart but bouncing away from the store before they checkout and complete the sale.
“Cart abandonment rates can be the most frustrating thing that you will ever experience with your online store,” commented Michael Lazar, Director of Online Marketing at TrueShip. “You’ve worked so hard to attract shoppers, and it’s disheartening to see them leave without converting.”
TrueShip’s new guide delivers five proven methods that you can use to reduce shopping cart abandonment rates by making some simple changes at your online store. It also includes a detailed infographic that offers even more tips.
You can read the new guide here: http://www.trueship.com/blog/2016/07/26/how-to-hulk-smash-shopping-cart-abandonment.
Visit TrueShip online to learn more about their ecommerce solutions at: http://www.trueship.com. Or call toll-free at: (877) 818-7447.
#ShipSmarter – TrueShip is the original architect of multi-carrier ecommerce shipping software. ReadyShipper shipping software integrates into the most widely used shopping carts and online marketplaces. It is an easy-to-use order fulfillment solution designed to save e-retailers time and money.
Start a 14-day trial of ReadyShipper shipping software by visiting: http://www.TrueShip.com/products/ReadyShipper.
#ReturnsHappen – ReadyReturns is a customer-facing, plug-and-play, self-service online product returns software solution. It integrates into virtually any website without any programming. ReadyReturns lets customers make returns from a website by filling out a simple form and printing the return shipping label. E-retailers set the rules of the returns, including things like return shipping and restocking fees.