The first is that, obviously, you need to make the shopping cart easy to find and easy to use. If someone has to search for a shopping cart, do a bunch of clicking around to figure out how to buy from you or fill out a bunch of forms just to use your online terminal, you will lose more sales than you make.
The following some tips will help you to have a great call to action, create positivity and awareness about e-commerce with encourages people in online shopping in Bangladesh:
The body of your copy is the place to talk up your products or services. The call to action is what convinces consumers to start shopping. “Buy my stuff” is a bit straightforward, but that needs to be the point of your sentence. Find a more eloquent way to say this, and you’re golden.
“It would be nice if you bought my stuff” is not the same as “Click here to start shopping.” Passive implies that you aren’t sure if you want them to do the thing you’re asking them to do. Active voice removes all doubt about your expectations.
It helps if you make your call to action an actual clickable link — preferably to your shopping cart (which can say something like “Cart empty! Start shopping here”). This saves the viewer the time of searching for the thing that helps them do what you want them to do.
It is OK to use two differently worded and designed calls to action to accomplish the same goal. Just because you use a simply worded “Click here to start shopping” on one page doesn’t mean you can’t use “Grab yours today before I’m sold out!” on another. Readability matters more than uniformity. Every time.
Stubbornness is great when advocating for a cause. It is a hindrance when trying to get people to use your site’s shopping cart.If you know what you have isn’t working, you need to make a change. Don’t just dig in and hope that people will come around to you. Your job is to come around to them. It will take some trial and error before you figure out what works best.
Do you notice any tips I’ve missed? Leave them in the comments! Thanks and welcome for your valuable comments.
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