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I was thinking of putting links on appropriate product pages to these more inexpensive items but,
would this distract the buyer from making the important big purchse and take them out of the funnel?
Or do I put a drop down menu on the product pages of the big items:
Add a set of 500 Widgets for only $9.95
Add a set of 1000 Widgets for only $14.95
Or do I put links to these in inexpensive items in the shopping cart?
Thanks for any suggestions / comments
I used phrases like 'Limited Time Offer' in the ad. Maybe that was a mistake.
I have removed the site wide links and will try adding little promo links on the shopping cart page and see how that goes.
Would it be too much to in turn also offer the related item(s) in your "shipment notification" email? Just a thought.
My attitude now is to get them through the cart and confirmed as quickly and efficiently as possible
Same here. I try to keep a straight funnel with no holes for them to leak out of the process.
And I have also found that anytime I add any kind of links to the shopping cart page it only caused confusion.
I might try the post-upselling like you guys are suggesting.
Maybe an email offer directly after the sale with a special price for existing customers.
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