A WooCommerce upsell plugin can help you increase the average order value on your online store by encouraging customers to go for higher-priced products. This is also great for improving product visibility on your WooCommerce store and enhancing the shopping experience.
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Shopping cart abandonment happens when a prospective customer adds products to their online shopping cart, but changes their mind and leaves the website without placing an order.
The main reason why users abandon carts is that they are unsure or aren’t ready to make a purchase. They may be using their shopping cart to create a wishlist for possible later purchases or for comparing product prices.
According to a Baymard Institute report on cart abandonment, 68.9% is the average documented shopping cart abandonment rate. That means you’re missing out on over two-thirds of your potential sales revenue!
A pretty common request for WooCommerce sites is the need to include additional field inputs on the single product page and output them on the front-end. I’m going to explain how to do this using the excellent Advanced Custom Fields plugin (free version).
There will be a little bit of coding involved but don’t worry, it’s all very straightforward. And there’s the added satisfaction of knowing you can now extend WooCommerce in a powerful way.
I’ll explain a number of different use-cases with examples for each. I’ll be using our Shoptimizer WooCommerce theme but the code snippets should work for any WooCommerce theme.
Let’s get started!
If you sell products that can be customized or personalized then you’ll need a quick and easy way to let customers provide additional details with their order. The easiest way to do this is by using the free Product Addons for WooCommerce plugin.
You can add fields to your product pages that customers can use to add notes, make special requests, or let you know how they’d like to have their product personalized. It’s a simple way to enhance your product’s value for buyers and, potentially, increase sales.
Here’s a question for you: what do Amazon, eBay, and Etsy all have in common? They’re high-earning multivendor stores.
Multivendor stores are all the rage these days and it’s easy to see why. They provide tons of benefits to both businesses and consumers and are an excellent way for store owners to earn a commission. According to Statista, 37% of online shoppers would prefer to shop at an online marketplace for a repeat purchase.
Rich snippets are aesthetically-pleasing and richer search results that display extra data along with the title, description, and URL in SERPs. This additional information is taken from structured data included in a page’s HTML.
Now, you might be wondering why it’s important to have rich snippets for your website or online store.
Put simply, rich snippets help you improve your click-through rate by increasing visibility in SERPs. In other words, they make your search results stand out among other results on the same page.
In addition, rich snippets help you establish trust with site visitors and give them a “sneak preview” of what they can expect to get before they actually land on your website.