While it’s not surprising that online purchases have increased during the pandemic, 25% of shoppers made big-ticket purchases without ever entering a store. Mobile usage throughout the purchase journey is also up significantly, with 76% of consumers using mobile devices to research products and make purchases.
For an ecommerce business, seamless payments are vital. According to one study from Baymard, 18% of U.S. online shoppers have ditched their cart in the last three months due to long and complicated checkout processes.
Now is the time to improve seamless payments for your ecommerce business. Here are some tips to guide you.
With online and store checkout being such a vital part of the overall customer experience, prioritize enhancing your payment processes to ensure a smooth and frictionless journey. This leads to lower online cart abandonment rates, larger basket sizes, higher retention rates and more revenue. Here three critical elements to include.
For the logistics industry, historically heavily reliant on a checks and cash economic system, converting to consumer-like electronic payments similar to Venmo or Paypal was fast-tracked for many out of a necessity to limit exposure to the coronavirus. It also proved to be a revelation of unrealized, long-lasting advantages.
Subscription ecommerce is complicated, and brands that jump in unaware may find themselves taken aback by a number of challenges, with payment at the top of the list. Yet building a successful subscription ecommerce business is worth the effort. Here are 7 thing to consider in order to help your program be a winner.
While there may not be as many women buying drills and crosscut saws at Home Depot these days, it appears that men and women have a lot more in common these days in terms of shopping preferences. Rodney Mason, CMO of daVinci Payments, breaks down the implications for marketers in the latest MCM CommerceChat podcast.
With online trends set to outlive the pandemic itself, ecommerce brands are reckoning with an increasingly competitive online landscape in which consumers are more than willing to change their brand loyalties if it means a better customer journey. Here are four ways to drive sales and engagement in the current environment.
Today’s leading retailers are using gift cards – their own unique merchant-issued branded currency – to engage customers, drive sales and positively impact the bottom line. It’s clear that gift cards will merit increased attention as retailers grapple with the pandemic and try to move beyond it in 2021. Here are 3 reasons why.
Fast, a startup that provides one-click checkout for ecommerce sellers a la Amazon and has expanded into identity and other areas, has raised $102 million in a series B round led by major payments provider Stripe and Addition, bringing the company’s total raise to $124 million. The COO and co-founder from Uber described the business.
As consumers of all ages becomes more comfortable with ecommerce, savvy merchants need to develop strategies that capitalize on its unique advantages. Understanding the nuances of various web-based payment solutions will translate into increased sales, reduced cart abandonment and a boost in customer loyalty.