For many years shopping cart abandonment has been a huge problem for eCommerce business owners. According to the Baymard Institute, the average documented online shopping cart abandonment rate is 68.53%, which is an outrageous statistics. To put it simpler, nearly 70 out of 100 people leave your website without completing their purchase!
While there are many reasons online shoppers abandon their carts that you have little or no influence over, such as comparison shopping, many of them can actually be prevented if you know what exactly to focus your efforts on. Those are mainly connected with how user-friendly and credible your website is.
This infographic covers the major reasons for shopping cart abandonment and provides some actionable tips on how you can make your eCommerce website more trustworthy and how to design your checkout page to decrease the abandonment rate. How do you fight shopping cart abandonment on your site? Tell us in the comments below!
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