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To build a sustainable ecommerce business, you need to not only attract new customers, but also make your existing customers (and visitors who abandoned their shopping cart) want to return to your online store. In fact, it's usually easier to convince existing customers to buy again.
How do you nurture a healthy relationship with your customers after they leave your online store? Here's a list that highlights the most common post-purchase mistakes made by retailers that you should avoid:
After successful checkout:
"This is a huge point of failure. It is crucial that you monitor your key performance indicators (KPIs) daily." – Dale Traxler, practicalecommerce.com
"Building a community is very important for any ecommerce store. One of the best ways of doing this is by starting a blog." – Charles Mburugu, TechBlogke
"If you don't have their email, try and get it on exit. Use a light pop-over box and keep it simple." – Tim Ash, SiteTuners
"Have a plan for retargeting. Be very careful with your messaging though to convince the visitor to come back and complete the transaction." – Tim Ash, SiteTuners
"Don't chase after everyone. You have to segment your failures, and chase after the legitimate fence-sitters." – Tim Ash, SiteTuners
After successful checkout
After shopping cart abandonment
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