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More than £1 billion left abandoned in carts on Mega Monday

by on December 2, 2013

James Critchley, CEO and Founder of cloud.IQ, writes ...

Whilst it’s fantastic that online retailers posted record sales yesterday, the busiest online shopping day ever, there’s still a massive opportunity for them do even better and to convert the huge number of abandoned carts into sales.

From our own research we know that as many as seven in ten UK internet shoppers abandon carts prior to purchase and we estimate that at least £1 billion worth of goods is sitting in carts waiting to be converted into sales.

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Increase online sales / cloud.IQ – answers on cart abandonment

by on November 29, 2013

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Want to up your Christmas sales by 5%? / cloud.IQ’s CEO James Critchley

by on November 28, 2013

Convert abandoned carts in the "golden quarter"

Watch cloud.IQ's CEO James Critchley advise retailers on how to convert abandoned carts during the golden quarter of 2013 in this latest video from  Internet Retailing.

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cloud.IQ / Tips on creating remarketing emails and example cart abandonment emails

by on November 12, 2013

James Critchley, CEO of cart recovery specialist, cloud.IQ says that with the right technology designing a good set of remarketing emails is easy. Here are some guidelines on how to build an email that is likely to reengage customers who have abandoned an online purchase.

Cloud.IQ recently commissioned an independent survey of 2,000 online shoppers, which revealed that 88% of people say they are open to online retailers following up by email after they abandon an online purchase and over a third (35%) say they actively welcome the assistance.

But whilst consumers welcome follow up emails in principle, it’s a fine line between engaging and not. Getting the message right and delivering it at the right time, with the right frequency is critical to success.

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Cloud.IQ and cart abandonment / Christmas is just around the corner: Will your final quarter be a golden one?

by on November 12, 2013

On average cloud.IQ tools increase its customer’s revenue by 5%.

Cart abandonment is a universal problem for any business selling online with 75% of consumers admitting they regularly abandon purchases at the checkout stage.

cloud.IQ wants businesses to realise that far from being a bad thing, abandoned carts should be viewed by ecommerce businesses as an opportunity to boost revenue. With the right tools in place you can convert as much as 20% of abandoned carts into sales.

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Do you run an ecommerce site? Recovery of abandoned carts can add as much as 20% to your revenue

by on October 23, 2013

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How much do you lose in abandoned shopping carts?

If you run an ecommerce site, you're probably aware that every day you lose potential customers in abandoned shopping carts. Isn't it annoying? Especially when you've done much of the hard work in bringing the customers to your site in the first place.

Did you know that recovery of abandoned carts can add as much as 20% to your revenue. And it's not difficult to do. If you want to find out how much you're losing, sign up for our free audit. [more…]

Convert 1 in 5 lost sales! Track and recover abandoned carts to re-connect customers / cloud.IQ

by on July 3, 2013

Brits spend an average of £1000 online a year but new research commissioned by cloud.IQ proves that 70% of Brits abandon their shopping carts online. In fact one in five people abandon online transactions because they are unable to speak to someone on the phone.

Retailers could make more of this opportunity by offering shoppers a free call back. [more…]

SMBs / Who else wants access to the big boy’s marketing toys? / James Critchley, cloud.IQ

by on June 16, 2013

Startup Stories: cloud.IQ - giving SMBs access to the big boy's marketing toys

James Critchley recently spoke to Flinca's blog on internet technology, mobile and start-up (everything cloud.IQ is passionate about!)  The blog reported why he left his job working for huge enterprises to set up cloud.IQ with the aim of giving SMBs access to the big boy's marketing toys. Just over a year after James started on this venture, he looks back on the challenges he faced at the beginning, how he overcame them and the success cloud.IQ has had over the last 12 months.  Contact cloud.IQ

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Giving all organisations access to the “big boys marketing toys” / James Critchley, CEO of cloud.IQ

by on December 2, 2012

cloud.IQ Launches powerful marketing Apps accessible to all

cloud.IQ, one of the UK's hottest TechCity start ups have launched its first set of digital marketing apps that aim to open up the integrated marketing world by giving all organisations access to the “big boys marketing toys”.

The new applications are the first of a series to be launched over the next few months and are focused on helping organisations convert more website visitors into sales by quickly adding a call-back service, deploying a cart recovery process and optimising their mobile websites. [more…]

cloud.IQ / Giving all organisations access to the “Big Boys Marketing Toys”

by on November 2, 2012

cloud.IQ, one of the UK's hottest TechCity start ups has launched its first set of digital marketing apps that aim to open up the integrated marketing world by giving all organisations access to the “big boys marketing toys”.

The new applications are the first of a series to be launched over the next few months and are focused on helping organisations convert more website visitors into sales by quickly adding a call-back service, deploying a cart recovery process and optimising their mobile websites.

“How do I acquire more customers? How do I convert more customers? How do I sell more?” / Special Marketingblog interview with James Critchley, CEO of cloud.IQ

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