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8 Best eCommerce Shipping Policy Examples

8 Best eCommerce Shipping Policy Examples

Did you know that 86% of consumers abandon their shopping carts due to the cost of shipping? In other words, customers who are prepared to place their order will bounce off the checkout page due to high shipping costs.

In fact, eCommerce brands lose upwards of $18 billion in sales revenue per year because of cart abandonment! By improving your online store’s shipping policy, you can set the right expectations and minimize cart abandonment due to high shipping rates.

So make your shipping policy easy to find. Include a link to it in your footer. According to Baymard’s research, 20% of eCommerce stores fail to do this basic step.

PixelYourSite Review

PixelYourSite Review

Looking for a way to integrate Facebook Pixel, Google Analytics, or the Pinterest tag into your WordPress site?

Facebook Pixel lets you track important event data such as user page visits, comments, and form submission data to ensure successful Facebook marketing campaigns for your business. It’s basically Google Analytics for Facebook Ads.

However, adding Facebook Pixel (or any other API) to your site involves modifying your site’s code which can be challenging.

This is why it’s best to use a pixel manager plugin for WordPress such as the PixelYourSite plugin.

In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the key features of the robust pixel manager. We’ll also show you how easy it is to configure on your WordPress or WooCommerce site.

CheckoutWC Review

CheckoutWC Review

Looking for a way to optimize the checkout flow of your online store? With default WooCommerce, you’re limited in the ways you can speed up your store’s checkout flow and optimize it for conversions. Here are a few reasons why:

  • The default WooCommerce checkout form has too many fields.
  • The checkout page structure can be overwhelming at a glance.

This is why it can be a good idea to use a separate checkout plugin such as CheckoutWC to create a customized, better-looking, conversion-optimized checkout experience for your online store.

Outstanding Size Guide Examples in eCommerce

Size Guide Examples in eCommerce

Processing and handling returns hurt profits. One way to reduce this is to create size guides to better detail your product’s dimensions and display it on your product pages.

Size guides are a great way to keep customers informed when making purchases on your online store. You can expect to see a reduction in return orders as a result of people ordering sizes that fit them. This can help your business save costs and offer a better online shopping experience.

Best Cookie Compliance Plugins for Performance

Best Cookie Compliance Plugins for Performance

Looking for a way to make your site fully GDPR and CCPA compliant? Then you’ll need to use a cookie compliance tool.

If you sell products, services, subscriptions, or memberships online, it’s important to make sure your website abides by all privacy laws. One easy way of doing this is by using a WordPress cookie compliance plugin. This way, you can automate cookie scanning on your site and give visitors the option to choose what data they want to share with you.

In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the best cookie compliance plugins that offer full-fledged cookie management features such as auto cookie scanning and auto-blocking of anything not explicitly categorized or defined. We’ll also see how each cookie compliance plugin affects website performance.

Fluid Checkout Pro Review

Fluid Checkout Review

Improving the overall shopping experience for customers can help you increase sales. It makes it easier for them to review products in their carts and place orders. This also increases the chances of them revisiting your store again and making repeat purchases.

In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at the default WooCommerce checkout experience, how it’s not optimized for conversions, and how you can fix that using the Fluid Checkout plugin which comes in Free and Pro versions.

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