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For the average online retailer, the cost to fulfill an order is 70% of their average order value. Customers expect their items shipped with increasing speeds. As COVID-19 changes the world, it seems more and more like most purchases going forward will require some level of fulfillment – whether from an in-store or warehouse team. The margins for error when it comes to fulfillment are razor-thin these days.
Choosing a shipping carrier for your Shopify store is a big deal because they’re the company that is responsible for actually delivering your products into the hands of your customers. It’s one of the big decisions you’ll make as a company, with more than a few criteria you’ll need to consider.
Every day, millions of packages are shipped worldwide. Order fulfillment may seem mundane, but the truth is, it’s become a fundamental aspect to human life since the rise of eCommerce. We decided to take a look at how order fulfillment looks by the numbers.
Return customers are key to a Shopify store’s success for a multitude of reasons. They are cheaper to sell to and spend 300% more per purchase than new customers, for a start. There are many ways to improve your post-purchase experience overall to create for long-term loyal customers. But, as any direct-response marketer will tell you, sometimes you just have to implement things that lead to immediate sales and the post-purchase experience is no different.
With eCommerce sales rapidly on the rise, packaging waste has reached shocking amounts. The US alone produces nearly eighty million tons of packaging waste each year. To put that in perspective, the cardboard waste alone results in the loss of one billion trees annually. Just the ice packs Blue Apron sends end up adding the equivalent weight of two million adult men a year to landfills. By 2050, there will be more plastic waste than fish in the ocean.
Here at ShopPad, we take great pride in our customer success team. They’re on the ground helping merchants succeed every day. We’ve been introducing you to the team one by one so you can get to know who’s helping you. We’ve already talked to Alan, Anh, and Matt. Today, we’re going to be talking to customer success expert, Mandy. Mandy also runs Mandy’s Corner in our monthly blog newsletter, where she addresses common questions about Shopify and our apps.
Today, we’d like to share the story of some recent work we did with Olive Ave Jewelers