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How To Convert Through Your Shipping Policy: Ecommerce Shipping Advice

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Various factors contribute to whether a shopper purchases something from an online store. It could be the company’s branding, store design, price points—or a combination of all three. But these things will ultimately fall flat without the right shipping policy. Because shipping is such a crucial component of any e-commerce company’s overall supply chain and customer retention lifecycle, it should be treated as a way to grow the business.

How To Convert Through Your Shipping Policy

How do you use your store’s shipping policy to increase conversions? It requires more than customer-friendly wording because, what is an e-commerce website these days without a customer-friendly shipping policy? It’s a prerequisite to competing in the e-commerce space. However, there’s a marked difference between a shipping policy that results in low customer disputes, and one that does so while driving more sales.

Let’s discuss how brands can boost conversions through their shipping policies.

Be Clear And Transparent

The adage "honesty is the best policy" has stuck around for a reason. Telling the truth rarely reaps negative consequences that would have otherwise not occurred. This is especially true in e-commerce and shipping policies. Because to convert a customer requires them to process the order at the final screen. If you’ve left them in the dark about the shipping options and price points you have, you’ll not only lose a sale but also probably a customer for life. Failing to disclose the full range of shipping details also jeopardizes a store’s bottom line, as customers can take action against what they deem faulty business practices.

Likewise, using over complicated legal jargon hurts the customer experience, likely causing users to leave your site, or not understanding your terms and potentially being disappointed later. Even for brands that maintain a few less-than-stellar shipping guidelines (for example, a lack of expedited delivery options), they’ll still be better off letting customers know in simple language that five business days is as fast as shipping gets. If they can find a customer-centric way to explain the limitation, they’ll help their efforts even further. For the lost sales that do occur for stores with rigid, limiting guidelines, brands can rest assured that they weren’t going to get those sales anyway.

Allowing visitors to qualify shipping policies for their purposes, in turn, qualifies the user to the company. Create a quick FAQ page that breaks down things like shipping modes and timeframe, location options/limitations, tracking information, return info, refund policy and any noteworthy features (which of course should also be promoted consistently throughout your store).

Make It Accessible

When shoppers can view a shipping policy before wasting their time browsing a store, a more pleasant experience often ensues. Once a thorough and clear shipping policy has been crafted, test locations on your store for maximum user accessibility and experience.

This is to say, don’t hide the policy in your footer or within cluttered drop-down navigation. If your policy can’t be found within 15 seconds, you need to keep experimenting with new locations. Once you’ve discovered eye-catching places for your shipping policy, display it prominently on high-level pages like your homepage all the way to product pages and checkout screens. It’s also important to include your shipping policy in your automated post-purchase email to customers.

Given that the average cart abandonment rate is nearly 70 percent. It’s a good bet that abandonment rates would decrease and customer satisfaction would increase if more brands displayed their shipping guidelines in easy-to-see locations on their store.

Compete with Industry Standards (within Reason)

Note that within reason means every industry is different; what one brand offers may not be possible for another. The most popular example is Amazon’s "free" two-day shipping through Prime. Though shipping isn’t technically free because of Prime’s annual membership fee, consumers view it as such, and the program has spurred many other brands to adopt free shipping policies of their own.

This is supported by a retail study that found nine out of 10 consumers cited free shipping as their top incentive to shop online more. But if your margins don’t make sense to offer free shipping, don’t go broke trying to compete. You can win customers through product reliability, unique value proposition and exceptional customer service.

However, at the same time, you need to provide flexible options to satisfy customers. If this isn’t free shipping, offer various modes of transportation ranging from low-cost longer delivery windows to more costly next-day options. It’s also a must for customers to receive updated tracking access and automated delivery windows. Finally, if you can’t afford to offer free shipping, consider sweetening your terms by offering free shipping over a certain order volume, or free returns within 30 days.

Prove Shipping Reliability

When things go wrong in the shipping process, such as delays or damage due to poor packaging, even quality products get saddled with countless negative reviews. And like it or not, reviews are the main influential force that affects online purchases. In fact, almost 95 percent of people read online reviews before purchasing. Another study found that students were strongly affected by average reviews, but that individual negative and positive reviews overrode the influence of the average review rating. Older adults were influenced by negative reviews but not positive ones.

Far more affects product ratings and customer reviews than the listed terms in a shipping policy, though. A policy that can’t deliver on its terms will yield negative ratings since it’s well documented that people are more likely to share negative experiences than positive ones. So avoid anecdotal horror stories of defective products and delayed shipping in your reviews by setting realistic terms around shipping timeframes, package tracking and product quality on arrival. The good reviews will follow.

Running an e-commerce store requires doing several things right, but shipping policies that are competitive, clearly worded, accessible and proven to be reliable over time will do more to convert users consistently than any marketing campaign. If you’re unsure where to begin, use a sample shipping policy templateto assemble the high-level details of your policy.





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A Houston-bound Boeing 737-800 plane operated by Southwest Airlines returned safely to Denver International Airport on Sunday after an engine cover fell off and struck the wing flap, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The agency said it will investigate. In recorded air traffic control audio, one of the pilots said that “several passengers and flight attendants heard something loud hit the wing.” In a statement to CNN, Southwest said passengers would take another plane to Houston and would be approximately three hours behind schedule. “We apologize for the inconvenience of their delay but place our highest priority on ultimate Safety for our Customers and Employees,” the statement said. Southwest said no injuries were reported. Boeing declined to comment and referred CNN to Southwest for information about plane and fleet operations. #boeing #CNN #News

Published: 8th Apr 2024 12:10:48   By: CNN

Business Video: Ne-Yo on AI impact on music: 'How is it creative to mimic me?'

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Grammy award-winning artist Ne-Yo joins CNN's Laura Coates to discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on the music industry. #CNN #News

Published: 5th Apr 2024 11:00:07   By: CNN

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