With that firmly in mind, we have some tips on encouraging those sales and converting your Divi website visitors into paying customers.
Use Call to Action buttons effectively
For instance, if they are on the pricing page of your Divi eCommerce site then the next logical step would be to view your pricing plans – and also be sure to use the kind of language that speaks of the value of the product, not the cost.
Consider using a sticky top bar on your Divi eCommerce website
For instance, you might have a sticky bar that encourages people to sign up for sales alerts, whereby they receive an email from your website when you have a sale on.
Because the bar is ‘sticky’, it will remain within the eyesight of the visitor no matter where on the site they happen to be, or how far down a page they have scrolled – the sticky bar will always be there, as a gentle reminder.
Enable Live Chat
During live chats, you can also request visitor email as a mandatory first step to initiate the chat, or you can ask them for it further into the conversation. In addition to capturing visitor data, such as email, you can also begin to learn about customer needs and expectations and use this to your advantage in your marketing efforts.
There are several ways you can implement Live Chat on your Divi eCommerce websites, such as Zendesk, WhatsApp and Facebook to name just three of dozens.
Build a blog for your eCommerce website
The more information, and even industry news, that you can provide (before they even become customers, and with no strings attached) the more they are likely to trust you as a source of information and as a brand.
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