Showing posts tagged with 'Conversions & UX'

October 31, 2013

4 of the Best Ways to Design a Persistent Shopping Cart

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#Persistence

According to Baymard.com, more than 60 percent of online shoppers fill their shopping cart full of “wish list” items, only to abscond. The e-commerce world refers to this as Abandoned Cart Syndrome (ACS), and it’s bad for business. Don’t fret; 2Checkout has a few tips to help avoid ACS and turn those wishes into concrete purchases. Read our four lessons below on how...

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October 29, 2013

5 Tips to Convert Buyers Through Trust

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Lack of trust is one of the reason why many visitors won't purchase products or services from e-commerce. #Trust

While a hilarious advertisement or flashy product might bring people to your site, inspiring faith in the strength and reliability of your brand is what will spur those visitors to invest their hard-earned money in what you’re offering, and also keep them coming back. Without the ability...

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October 16, 2013

5 Ways to Capture Attention and Convert a Multitasker

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Capture mulitaskers' attention and convert them buyers. #Multitask #Conversions

E-commerce customers are, by nature, multitaskers. Like many of us, they need to clean run to the grocery store, finish up multiple projects at work, go to PTA meetings, and find a house warming gift. Apply that same distraction to a website, and it’s a wonder any buyer actually makes it through an online purchase...

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September 17, 2013

Building the New 2Checkout Website

Posted by Simon Paul Category Icon2Checkout Category IconConversions & UX

As companies and technology evolve, so do the demands of their corresponding websites. Industry trends such as responsive design enhanced interaction and engaging content strategies help drive website evolution. At the same time company business goals, architectural shifts, and product improvements change the character of a website. At 2Checkout, these were the elements...

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April 7, 2010

Using Conversion Rates to Troubleshoot Your Website

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Karon Thackston

What do you think of when you hear the term “conversion rate?” Most people envision a single figure that represents the percentage of site visitors who convert from lookers into paying customers. But that’s only one type.

Simply put, a conversion rate can measure any point at any step throughout your buying process. In addition to giving you a metric with which you...

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March 3, 2010

META Tags are Dead, Right? So Why Do I Need Them?

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Karon Thackston

One of the first, and most basic, elements of search engine optimization (SEO) is META tags. Almost everyone quickly discovers the title, description and keyword tag located in the HTML coding of each web page. However, there are many misconceptions and myths floating around online. Let’s take a minute to go through the latest information about these tags so you’ll know what...

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