Introducing Automated Push Notification for Cart Reminders and 2 Step Verification

Cart Reminder Push Notification

As summer swings into full gear, many of you may be counting the days till vacation starts. However running a successful business demands full time (24/7) commitment, and stepping away from the office for an extended time can be intimidating. Our newest Automated Push Notification with Cart Reminder comes at just the right time. You can set the campaign on autopilot before heading out of office, and the eCommerce sales will continue to rolling in! This month, we are excited to introduce the Automated Push Notification with Cart Reminder along with another highly requested feature, 2 Step Verification. What is Automated Push

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27 Top eCommerce Checkout Tips for 2018

eCommerce Checkout Tips

For your business to succeed online, the need for top-notch eCommerce checkout practices cannot be overstated. But establishing your systems is just the beginning. Since eCommerce is continually evolving, last year’s state-of-the-art techniques may be hopelessly outdated today. To maximize the efficiency of your eCommerce checkout, you should always be optimizing and experimenting with new methods and tactics. This helps you to stay on top of the eCommerce game and in front of your competitors. Whether if your shop is built on Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, Magento or any other platform, here are the 28 practical eCommerce checkout tips to ensure

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Mastering The Abandoned Cart Recovery Process

eCommerce Abandoned Cart Recovery Process

Abandoned shopping carts hold trillions in unspent dollars. How can online retailers stop losing these customers right before they make the final click? It all comes down to mastering the abandoned cart recovery process.   Table of Content Introduction A Guide to Mastering the Abandon Cart Recovery Process 7 Steps to Abandon Cart Recovery Conclusion   Introduction E-commerce began as a buying experience, rather than a browsing one. In those early days, retailers were afraid to lose emotionally driven impulse purchases. Internet shoppers were asking for tailored merchandise at cut-rate prices and skipping the sales bins, end caps, and displays.

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