Abandoned Cart Email
Win back sales with abandoned cart emails
Did you know that more than 69% of online carts are abandoned by shoppers? Use Weebly's abandoned cart emails to send an automated message to customers who drop out of checkout after a certain period of time. This feature gives you a valuable opportunity to win back sales that may otherwise be lost. According to Business Insider, "three-fourths of shoppers who have abandoned shopping carts say they plan to return to the retailer's website or store to make a purchase." Abandoned cart emails make it easy for you to recapture those tentative shoppers.
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Create customized emails
Use the abandoned cart feature so users receive a custom email reminder that they left items in the shopping cart. You get to decide how soon to send the email after the cart is left behind and can customize it to match your online storefront. Each email also includes your store name and branding, contact information and a call to action that encourages shoppers to return to their updated carts to complete a transaction.
Send emails automatically
When a shopper reaches the checkout and doesn't make a purchase within a specified time frame, Weebly will automatically send an abandoned cart email to those with registered accounts on your website. You can set this time interval to be anything from a few hours to a few days.
Track lost carts
Weebly Performance Plans allow you to track lost carts to better understand why shoppers aren't making purchases. You can see how many carts are abandoned, total purchase amounts, emails sent to customers and the open rate, percentage of customers that return to the cart after getting an abandoned cart email and percent of customers that ultimately complete the purchase. This data provides insight into users who don't make a purchase. It also shows if, and at what frequency, a follow-up email can help close the sale.
Keep customers engaged
A second chance email can motivate users to complete their purchases before items are no longer available. Don't lose revenue by forgetting about customers if they abandon a cart — follow up. Remember, most customers probably do intend to make a purchase but got distracted in the checkout process.