7 WAYS TO KEEP CUSTOMERS COMING BACK
Winning Brand Loyal Customers.
Now more than ever, merchants need to focus on how they can keep customers coming back to their website. Focusing on increasing repeat business will increase efficiency and create long lasting relationships with brand loyal consumers. Here’s 7 ideas to help increase sales conversion through getting consumers to return to your website.
ADVERTISING ALTERNATIVE PAYMENTS
Advertising alternative payment services provide merchants with a method to present consumers free products and services while getting paid by other advertisers.
CASH ALTERNATIVE PAYMENTS
Cash alternative payment services have relatively low adoption for eCommerce in the United States but in many places, such as China, these payment options are typically the dominant and preferred payment method.
COULD REQUIRING CSC BE DROPPING SALES CONVERSION?
Requiring customers to provide the card security code at checkout will reduce fraud attempts, but can also cause a decline in sales conversion.
CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS ALTERNATIVE TYPES
Todays consumer doesn't just shop online with their credit card, more and more online shoppers are becoming familiar with alternative payment methods, and many prefer them to credit cards.
DIRECT DEBIT & BANK SERVICES
Direct Debit and Bank Payment Services include ACH (Automated Clearing House) payments, Direct Debit, electronic checks, bank transfers and Elektronisches Lastschriftverfahren, meaning "Electronic Debit Procedure" in German.
HOW PAYMENTS IMPACT SALES CONVERSION
Alternative payment solutions are payment methods merchants can offer to their consumers that don't require the use of one of the major credit card associations.
INVOICE PAYMENT SERVICE
Invoicing payment methods can provide merchants with an ability to choose their preferred payment method while protecting the consumer's personal information and offering a form of payment the customer is familiar and comfortable with.
MOBILE PHONE PAYMENTS
Mobile payments encompass several different forms including SMS messages that approve charges to the next phone bill, online shopping from the web browser on a mobile device, and using a smartphone as a payment device in-store that holds your payment account information.
Payment aggregators, such as PayPal, are very popular amongst online shoppers because they offer both convenience and security as consumers can store their credit card information with one payment provider rather than disclose it to every merchant where they shop.