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April 23, 2012

5 Tips To Increase Online Shopping Conversion Rates"


A recent PayPal Checkout Abandonment Study found 24% of online shoppers did not complete their purchase transaction because they could not find their preferred payment option.

    According to a recent online shopping cart abandonment report released by PayPal and Jupiter Research, 55% of customers think about payments before they reach your checkout processing page. Data thefts, and securities vulnerabilities  along  with security breaches  now drive customers to search for Alternative Payment Plans.

    According to "Online Consumer Research firm Javelin Strategy & Research estimates that, inside two years, “Alternative”
     Payments will be over 30% of all online dollar volume.

     Trust Factor of the website :Can You Be Trusted? Usability studies repeatedly point to buyer trust and confidence  Words like Offer “Contact Us” and “About Us” links on web site pages reinforces the buyers call to action ,you can also have  the option to call you or request LIVE       

    Offer Bill-Me-Later … PayPal Payment … Electronic Funds Transfer . . . and Direct Debit Options to potential buyers.Bill-Me-Later payment plans, in particular, are important to close the sale on high-price tag and higher-ticket merchandise items.

      

           

February 15, 2012

50% Online Revenue to come from Mobile Apps and Social Web













 data source:moontoast research

According to Nielsen, Social Networks and Blog sites rule Americans’ Internet time, accounting for 23 percent of time spent online. Social media has grown rapidly in the last two years( 2009-2011) and today nearly 4 in 5 active Internet users visit social networks and blogs.
By 2015, companies will generate 50 percent of Web sales via their social presence and mobile applications, according to Gartner, Inc. Vendors in the e-commerce market will begin to offer new context-aware, mobile-based application capabilities that can be accessed via a browser or installed as an application on a phone.

Across a snapshot of 10 major global markets, social networks and blogs reach over three-quarters of active Internet users. In the U.S., social networks and blogs reach nearly 80 percent of active U.S. Internet users and represent the majority of Americans’ time online.