WooCommerce Upsells and cross-sells are a great way to boost your average order value. But having the right strategy in place and not interfering in user's purchase flow is the key to more conversions.
Pre-purchase cross-sells often confuse users with too many options, resulting in cart abandonment.
Thus, post-purchase upsells are relevant and timely. The users can accept them with a single click without going through the whole checkout process again.
This post will talk about how you can create post-purchase WooCommerce Upsells for your website.
Now without any more delay, let’s get started with WooCommerce upsell.
To increase the order value of a sale, you can make various offers to your customers. These offers are called Upsells.
Post-purchase upsell offers should perfectly complement the primary purchase, and that is what would make them hard to reject.
This is how a typical WooCommerce upsell page looks (Persuader template for Elementor, by FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels)):
A convincing image with a short, interesting copy that explains the product is what sells it. Add to it some testimonials, and you've got yourself an attractive and high-converting upsell.
But the question is why do you even need such WooCommerce upsells in the first place? We've discussed it in the next section.
WooCommerce upsells for post-sale can increase your revenue by 35% on average.
One-Click Upsells help with:
" I knew that AOV is the most important metric for a business and pop-ups & all kinds of tactics - but nothing really worked. The opposite happened & there was a decrease in my conversion rate.
After FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels), we are seeing a 40-50% increase in our AOV.
That's more than I could ever imagine."
Now let’s see how you can add WooCommerce Upsell offers using FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels).
Setting an upsell is easy but as upsells follow after the checkout page and precede the thankyou page, let’s first see how we can set us a groundwork that adds to the WooCommerce Upsell conversions:
Let's now add a new funnel to your WordPress website.
First, go to FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels) > Funnels from the WordPress menu, click on the Add New button, and then name the new funnel.
You have two options now - to import a pre-built template or build a custom funnel.
We would choose the “Create Your Funnel” option instead so that we can add the steps we want.
Now that we have a blank funnel, let's add our preferred steps to it.
Click on the “Add New Step” button to add the first step.
Choose the Checkout step as the Upsell page appears after moving from the checkout page.
Note: You can add the upsell offers to your existing Global checkout as well, but if you are creating a funnel, we would recommend you to add a Checkout page to it.
Next, you’d be prompted to name the page. Name it and hit Add.
Similarly, add a one-click WooCommerce upsell page and a thank you page.
The checkout page can either be product-specific or a global checkout.
Here we will create a product-specific checkout and add a product to it. For that, click on the pencil icon next to the page name to begin.
Click on the product tab from the top and click on Add Product.
Choose the product you wish to add from the search box and click on add.
Manage the quantity and discount you want to offer on the page and save changes.
Next, we will import a checkout page template and customize it.
FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels) deeply integrates with Elementor, Divi, and Oxygen, and also provides you with pre-built templates in one, two, and three-step formats.
You can even design the page from scratch using the Elementor widgets.
In this case, we will be using the Elementor templates. Select the template you want and import it with one click.
We have a post that tells you all about the customization of Checkout pages in Elementor to make it more converting for your business. You can check it out by clicking here.
Like the Checkout and Upsell page, you can either import the page template you like or create it from scratch. We imported an Elementor template here.
Like with the checkout page, we have a whole other blog post that teaches you to create a high-converting thankyou page.
Now that we have the checkout and thank you page in place, we will show you how you can design the best one-click upsells for your online store.
Follow these steps to add a converting upsell to your WooCommerce store:
An upsell offer pitches products either at a discounted rate or in a bundle to attract customers.
To add products to your WooCommerce upsell, click on the pencil icon to open the editing window.
A sample offer is already added to the page. You just need to add a product to the offer.
Click on the Add Product button to begin.
Select the product you wish to add from the search bar and add it to the page.
You can even search and add products with color or size variants.
Add a discount to the product price, change the quantity you wish to offer, and hit save changes.
Under the add product, you’ll see a section of settings that gives you various options to optimize your offer.
You can choose to implement one or all of these options -
You can direct users into an WooCommerce upsell funnel where you can make more offers after they accept/reject the previous one.
Add more than one offer to your upsell and make both offers live by clicking on the toggle.
When you have more than one offers in your funnel (like in the image above), you can see settings for Dynamic Upsell Path:
Dynamic Offer Path allows you to interlink the Upsell offers with one another, based on the customer’s behavior of accepting and rejecting the previous offers.
This allows you to analyze your users’ interests and tailor the offers for them on the fly.
Note- The Dynamic Offer Path allows you to link the offer you're on with the next offer in the funnel. The acceptance or rejection of the last offer inevitably leads the buyers to the thank you page.
Like the Checkout page, you need to import a template of your choice to customize it.
Import a template to customize the page in the page builder of your choice. FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels) lets you import templates in Elementor, Divi, Oxygen, and Customizer. Import the one you like.
Then hit the Edit button to customize the page in Elementor.
Change the copy of the page from the Content tab. The color and typography can be altered from the style tab, among the other changes.
10 special widgets are available to make your WooCommerce Upsell page more attractive and user-friendly.
Customizing the prices shown to make the offers look more enticing is also possible.
Click on the offer price and go into the Style tab. From here you can add a label to the original and discounted prices.
You can also hit the stack toggle to display the regular and offer prices stacked one over the other.
Change the color, alignment, and more to make the page look attractive and on-brand.
When you’re all done, click on the Update button to lock in all the changes made.
With FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels)' One-Click Upsell, you can have more than one product showcased on the same WooCommerce Upsell page. The customer would have the option to choose the product they want to purchase, if any, and make the final payment.
This is how you can add offers like that to your funnel:
You will spot an "Add Product" button right under the already added product details on the WooCommerce Upsell offer you created before.
Click on that button to then look up the desired product and add it to the page. Then, customize the discount and quantities you want to offer.
Once done, click on Save changes.
In the Design tab, this time, you have the option to import a multi-product upsell page template in Elementor. Pick the design you like and hit import.
After importing the template, click on the Edit button to begin customizing your WooCommerce upsell in Elementor.
The customization options and widgets remain the same whether you are editing a single product page or a multi-product page.
Change the text color, typography, images, copy, and more to make the page reflect your brand image.
Click on Update to save changes when done.
Some more settings that can help you optimize your WooCommerce Upsell pages and make the experience better for the users.
Click on the settings tabs on the navigation bar up top.
Here you can select how you wish your orders to be shown and billed.
Now, wasn't that easy?
WooCommerce Upsells help a lot in increasing your store's order value, and with FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels) you can design pages that are sure to convert.
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Just like Griffin, you can also have a higher revenue rate with easily customized and conversion-optimized FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels) Upsells.
FunnelKit (formerly WooFunnels) has a deep integration with Elementor, making your job of designing funnel pages a breeze.
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