Picture this… you land a brand spankin’ new marketing job at an eCommerce company and you wanna make a good first impression with “the boss” so you’re known as “the guy” or “the gal” who exceeds goals from day #1.
Because you’re a smart eCommerce marketer, you know cart abandonment is a major cause of lost sales. So the first thing you do when you sit down at your desk is log in to your company’s eCommerce platform (Shopify, BigCommerce, etc.) and check your cart abandonment stats.
You log in, look up at your computer screen, and see this:
One in five people who add an item to the cart is making a purchase.
That means 80% of those people are not buying. 😱
You’ve hit the jackpot! You’ve found an easy win to get hundreds of thousands of new sales for your company (and it’s only your first day).
All you have to do now is compare your cart abandonment stats to the eCommerce industry average, then show it to your boss to prove how much money your store is losing and what a great opportunity you just found.
Luckily for you, Bar “Make Money” Bruhis from our Sumo Money team recorded a video with one of Australia’s top eCommerce companies to show you exactly how to do it. In the video you will learn about:
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If you want help to find all your data, work out how much sales you are losing using the calculator, and get a free personalized cart abandonment optimization plan to increase your eCommerce sales like Bar did for Jake in the video above, click here to book a demo with Bar (or one of our other Sumo Money specialists).
For a limited time, four experts from our optimization team (Bar “Make Money” Bruhis, Jordache “Make It Rain” Johnson, Kevin “Mo’ Money Mo’ Tacos” Mendoza and Ashley “Dolla Dolla Billz” Thurman) will be on standby to meet with you one-on-one and give you a free site optimization.
Important Note: If the link below is broken, then that means there are no spots left (or Kevin messed with it so he could go on a taco break).