2019 Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report
Presented by ShipCompliant by Sovos and vinSUITE
With the holidays approaching and the weather getting cooler, more consumers are staying at home and shopping online. According to CNBC, U.S. online spending during the holiday shopping season is likely to grow by 14.8% in 2018. A great way to take advantage of this rise in online shopping is to decrease your chance of cart abandonment. Shoppers abandon their cart 70% of the time, how do you stop this from happening? Creating an email marketing campaign that escalates the urgency or promotion, you can convert those shoppers to purchasers. Our cart recovery integration will help you recover lost revenue through a careful tracking process and strategically timed email marketing.
If you’re running a wine business, you’ve likely already set up a website with an e-commerce store… because, 2017 (and if you haven’t, that’s #1 on this list… do it now!). So why aren’t wine orders pouring in like hot lava? I hate to be a Negative Nancy, but it could be because you’re doing one or more of the things on this list. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. “Killer e-commerce instincts” are not something most of us are born with. Furthermore, since every wine business has different customer types and goals, there’s no one magic formula that works for everyone. That said, there are some common pitfalls that potentially plague every winery e-commerce.