Search Results

The Third Stage of the Checkout Journey – Shipping Method

The Third Stage of the Checkout Journey – Shipping Method

Stage 3 – Shipping Method   1. Link Shipping Options with Cost 61% of users abandon carts due to excessive costs. 16% of users abandon carts due to slow delivery time. Free shipping is highly sought after, especially among younger demographics.   2. Build Convenience into the Checkout Process Simple and atomic pages help to create a smooth checkout...
The Second Stage of the Checkout Journey – Shipping & Billing Info

The Second Stage of the Checkout Journey – Shipping & Billing Info

Stage 2 – Shipping & Billing Info   If retailers give the user a clear, focused, streamlined and lightweight mobile checkout flow  — while recognizing the advantages and limitations of a mobile experience — all parties will benefit. Here are three tips to improve the shipping & billing stage. 1. Leverage Layout to Communicate Important Information...
The First Stage of the Checkout Journey – Viewing the Shopping Cart

The First Stage of the Checkout Journey – Viewing the Shopping Cart

Stage 1 – Viewing the Shopping Cart   Once consumers enter the mobile checkout flow, only 42% complete their transactions. The good news is that there are many common design, form and user interface factors that e-commerce teams can focus on to improve mobile conversion rates. 1.Ensure Alignment between the Mobile Checkout Process and the Business Goals...
How to Design a Mobile Checkout Flow That Converts

How to Design a Mobile Checkout Flow That Converts

Checkout is the most important part of your entire web experience because that is where all the work you’ve put into customer acquisition, education and retention actually converts to revenue and ROI. If your mobile checkout flow is bad – they don’t buy and there’s no ROI. So what makes a great mobile checkout experience? Without deep analytics of your...
Grow Revenue By Boosting Mobile Checkout Conversion Rates

Grow Revenue By Boosting Mobile Checkout Conversion Rates

It is 2017 and checkout today is still fundamentally broken, especially on mobile. The most salient evidence of that is the fact that the abandonment rate for checkout is still as high as 68% on average. If you think about that, that’s close to 70% of people who made some indication that they were interested in products by adding them to the cart, proceeding down...