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Posts Tagged ‘shopping cart’

Avangate Launches the Growth Accelerator Suite

Posted on November 29th, 2016 by

For the Fall ’16 Release, Avangate launches the Growth Accelerator Suite, a collection of out-of-the-box tools that embed best practices designed to maximize Software and SaaS sales. Our latest features and capabilities make it easy to go beyond acquisition and optimize your digital commerce lifecycle globally, with one specific goal in mind: sustainable growth. […]

How To Boost Revenue by Cross Selling in Your Shopping Cart

Posted on May 27th, 2015 by

SaaS companies face unique challenges on the road to profitability. In the rush to generate revenues and build a customer base, high churn rates and an inability to scale can quickly derail even the best-laid profitability plan. What typically separates the companies that reach profitability from those that don’t is the ability to leverage existing customers. As many SaaS businesses quickly discover, existing customers, not acquisitions, are often the best and most cost-effective sources of new revenue. […]

How To Effectively Cross-Sell With A Subscription Model

Posted on May 14th, 2015 by

Any marketer knows that cross-selling is a crucial component of long-term e-commerce success. If your customers are happy with the products they currently use or intend to buy, they are more likely to be open to buying separate, additional products as well. The same is true for SaaS providers, though conventional subscription models may be a little less obvious solutions for cross-selling opportunities than basic shopping carts. So we’re here to help with some tips on how you can effectively cross-sell with a subscription model. […]

Quick Tip to Increase your Affiliate Sales: Look at your Shopping Cart

Posted on April 21st, 2010 by

Nowadays everyone is talking about increasing your conversion rate as the main driver for generating more revenue online. Well, it is, actually :) and it’s up to all entities in the buying process – vendor, resellers, affiliates – to optimize this in order to generate more sales.

From the data we have, the customized shopping carts perform 2.7% better (in absolute value) than the others.This means that if you optimize your order interface, you may generate an additional sale for each 37 sales you’re already generating.

As a member of the Avangate Affiliate Network, you have advanced tools to improve this very important KPI. One of the unique possibilities we offer in our affiliate network is the affiliate order interface customization.

Did you ever wonder how the users act during the buying process? What happens after your visitors are redirected to the shopping cart / Avangate secure servers? […]

3 crucial conversion rate elements: Trust, Confidence and Security

Posted on March 16th, 2010 by

How high is your shopping cart conversion rate? Is it 30 or less? 40? 60? One day a client asked me: what exactly makes a conversion rate to be smaller or higher? Is it the number of steps, the security logos, the product images, adding/removing cross selling? Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a secret formula to it. However, we have found that the absence of 3 elements can influence in a negative way your shopping cart conversion rate: trust, confidence and security. […]

Avangate in 2009 – Happy New Year!

Posted on December 30th, 2009 by

Here we are, in the end of 2009, patiently waiting for the New Year party and thinking about 2009, about the good and the bad and the next year :). We are all proud to have been able to enrich our software selling platforms with plenty of features, basically meant to help more vendors reach more clients.

And we were very happy to be rated as top eCommerce provider by our clients, in the survey made by Andy Brice.

We are particularly happy with the progress made with the Avangate shopping cart’s conversion rates. Using advanced analytics applications such as Omniture and extensive A/B testing, we obtained control over every tiny detail of the shopping cart – and this flexibility translated into higher conversion rates. […]