Taking on Browse Abandonment for Ecommerce


Ideally, visitors who land on your e-shop would place products in their carts and proceed to checkout. However, in most cases, visitors leave the site after browsing without placing any item into their shopping cart. Based on a 2014 study, browse abandonment applies to approximately 92% to 93% of eCommerce visitors. Browse Abandonment occurs when a visitor leaves the site after browsing products without placing items into the shopping cart. What are some ways you can mitigate browse abandonment? Well, top retailers (like Amazon) have been using email campaigns to effectively target and win-back customers. The primary goals for creating a browse abandonment campaign are:

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