I have a quick question. Does anybody know a tool/app/way how a pop up box shows up after my customer hits the checkout button???
The reason for this is that I want to test the selling potential for a product before I put it into my store for selling it. The listing of the product and everything is finished. The only thing which is lost is the connection to aliexpress. The pop up box will say something like "Sorry but this product is out of stock now, enter your mail and get informed when it is available again. If you do it today you will get 20% off your next order". I found some email marketing apps for shopify, but not the right ones. It is important that the box shows up after the checkout hitting because it displays an intent to buy, that is very important. The checkout process has to be stopped from that moment on, because it would be bad if he pays the money and doensn't get his product.
I hope you can understand my question!
This is a great feature to integrate into your store. It will be sure to increase your customer retention, and decrease the headache of getting orders for products you don't have in stock!
There is an option in your Shopify admin to "stop sell" once your product is at 0 stock. Enabling this will give you more options for "back in stock" apps.
To enable the stop sell when sold out just head to Admin> Products> Select desired product> Inventory. Once you are here, ensure your settings look like the following, for the out of stock product.
Now that customers cannot checkout with this product (add to cart will disapear and sold out will appear). We can now add an app to capture a customers email and ensure they get that product once it's back in stock!
Here are some app options:
I hope this helps! Have a great day,
Morning guys! Pop ups are our passion. Here is my $0.02:
There are a few things a brand can do on their site to make signing up for email easier and better. First of all, yes, it's okay and good to use a pop-up. But make sure it works! Don't hide the button to X out the window in hopes that people will enter their email address just to get rid of the window (they'll leave your site instead).
Do write copy in the popup that describes the emails that people will get (we'll send you daily/weekly emails with offers), for example:
Do not be vague. If you're going to make an offer in the welcome email, tell people that in the popup. If you can, write some clever copy, but I advise people to steer clear of popups that insult or degrade the user's judgment in any way if they choose not to fill it out. This can cause a bounce instead of any other preferable action.
In addition, make sure you're collecting the information you need and are going to use. Lots of brands collect name, birthdate, and location in their email signup and then don't use it, which is a complete failure.
The process should be as frictionless as possible. If you absolutely need a piece of information, collect it, but know that some users won't complete the form if you ask for more information for a variety of reasons.
Our VP of Email rants about this daily. If you want to learn more, check this out this debate on email.