Shopping Cart Sales Strategies

The shopping cart enables you to implement different sales strategies, try and compare results and improve the customer buying experience.

Bulk pricing – charge different price based on number of products ordered.

Coupons - set up coupon discounts that your customers can use to receive a discount for a specific product, all products or just shipping and handling. You can distribute your coupons in an email campaign and track your campaigns.

Discounts – allows to set public discounts where customers do not need to have a coupon code.

Coupons and discounts can be set in percentage or dollar amount. They can be applicable for a minimum purchase and can be set to work in a predefined period of time.

Free trial products – this widely used shopping cart feature allows you to offer a free trial for a product. The customer can pay only shipping and handling or nothing and if the product is not returned or cancelled within a particular period of time the system will automatically charge the customer the full price of the product.

Free samples – This feature allows you to send out free samples to your customers, then X days after the initial sale, the system will generate a shippable order (and bill the customer accordingly) for the full package/product.

Auto-Enroll feature – A shopping cart capability to sign up a customer for a recurring type of product when another product is purchased.

Up-sell capability – The shopping cart system can offer a second product at a different price in cases when another product is purchased. You can set any number of up-sell paths as needed.

You can use the shopping cart modules to design and maintain effective sales strategy with ease.

To learn more about Free Trial, Free Sample, and Recurring Products and Subscrtiptions click here.