Paul Simon knows exactly how to get rid of a lover, but if you’re an ecommerce brand trying to win back shopping cart abandoners, you better start singing another tune. (What’s that, Justin?)
Our friends over at Email Monks put together this comprehensive infographic all about what makes your visitors leave and how you can be proactive about getting them back with optimized cart abandonment emails.
Are your shipping prices too high? Are you dealing with a pack of hedonic shoppers? The first step is to understand the psychology of why people leave — then you can get to work on how you can prevent it.
Ready to get started? Feast your eyes on the infographic below.
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