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How to Scale up Your Dropshipping Business with Intercart?

ECommerce is growing fast in recent years, and many people have tasted the sweetness eCommerce brings to them. But the fact is that not everyone can succeed in the field. So how to master the business becomes the biggest problem. In other words, what can you do in order to differentiate from your competitors and catch more customer’s attention and loyalty in the industry?

Firstly, pick a niche that you are interested in. A niche would impact the effort you will have to put into customer support, sales figures and whether you will have repeat customers. Moreover, a focused niche is better for beginners in terms of product marketing and management. The suppliers you choose could influence the result to a great extent as well. Low price ensures a high margin and good quality means high customer loyalty. This article Find Winning Products from Facebook Ads & Typical Examples Study can help you with finding hot-selling products.

These examples above are some important aspects to keep your business competitive. But unfortunately, you are still potentially losing customers and sales due to other reasons. For instance, buyers might close the payment page if it loads for a long time and does not show up properly. You could miss orders simply because your stores are not accepting certain currencies or payment methods.

However, before you give up on your business dream, check out Intercart.

The Game-Changing Checkout Funnel App–Intercart

Intercart is a Shopify app that proven to be useful and efficient for dropshipping business. Its goal is to increase your conversion rate and average order value by upselling, split testing your funnels and more. The following paragraphs will briefly introduce how Intercart can be implemented in your Shopify stores.

Logo and basic settings

The first thing you need to do is add Intercart to your Shopify in the Apps section. After that, you will see steps to complete the setup process. And the first step is to upload your shop logo and check the settings. Most general settings will be synchronized with your Shopify store settings automatically, all you have to do is adding the logo you want to set the store logo.

(General setting page)

Payment

The next thing you need to do is adding payment methods to your store. On the top of the page, you can add PayPal and PayPal express checkout. Another beauty of Intercart is that you do not need to apply for PayPal reference transactions. Many people are declined in the process because a lot of documentation is needed and you have to be in the business for a while in order to pass. Moreover, Intercart supports over 100 different payment methods, with multi-currency supported as well.

(Payment setting page)

Shopify Abandoned checkouts/FB Pixel/Google Analytics Integration 

Following the steps, you can now integrate Shopify abandoned checkouts, Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics. By doing this, Intercart will remind the customers after one hour/ one day of leaving their cart behind. After receiving the reminder, some of the customers might come back to continue proceeding the orders. As a result, the conversion rate will improve.

Checkout zones

Now you need to view and update checkout zones. This function provides you with the choices of creating different groups of customers coming from different geographical zones, and assign each group with different payment funnels accordingly. People from different places have different payment habits, some might prefer the classic Shopify checkout page while some favor an easier 1-Page checkout. You could also split test which funnels work best for a specific zone by adding multiple funnels to the group. Another advantage of split testing is that it can split the traffic as well. By adding different funnels to the same group, the designated customers in this group will be lead to different funnels to pay. As a result, the loading time on the checkout page will reduce significantly.

(Checkout zones page)

Funnels

Once you are done with setting up checkout zones, you will need to edit the funnels. You may wonder what exactly is a funnel? A funnel contains a series of checkout steps and is assigned to the zones you have already updated above. You could assign the funnels to different groups of customers and test them out to see which funnel works the best in order to increase productivity and optimize sales. More importantly, you can add upsells in each funnel except the classic Shopify checkout. Using upsell properly can improve your sales remarkably; you are creating the needs of customers. Setting a unique discount that will only apply in the upsells is another good idea to motivate customer’s incentives because a limited offer is always tempting. Intercart offers three different ways for upsells, upsell cart items, selected products and products to products. You could try out each method and set a different discount rate to test which is the way to go.  

(Funnel editing page)

(upsell page example)

Subscription

Intercart provides three subscription plans designed for different business owners from starters to people who are doing at least 500k per month.

(Subscription plans)

Conclusion

Pros:

Supports multi-language and multi-currency

Supports over 100 payment methods

Step-by-step video guidance

Fast loading speed

Split test funnels to optimize sales

Cons:

High subscription fees

New stores are not accepted during updating

Not really helpful in terms of driving traffic

When it comes to optimizing sales and improve conversion rate, Intercart is the App you should go for. In addition, Intercart is not only suitable for dropshipping. The effective split testing process can save you a lot of energy and time on adjusting the store through trials. However, running a business is never easy, you still need to put a lot of effort into it. Intercart is like a great assistant who can help you overcome many challenges throughout your career.

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11 hours ago

Hello Everyone

I am trying to add a product to eBay for the first time but it is showing me this error:

It looks like there's a problem with this listing.
To maintain a safe trading environment, eBay places limits on the number of categories sellers can list. Currently, you do not have required permission to sell in this category. If you wish to sell in this category, please create a business plan and write to inselling@ebay.com

Can anyone please help?
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