For the marketing team at , there wasn’t a question of whether they’d set up an abandoned cart campaign. It was when.
“It was a given we would do abandoned cart,” says Abby Czarniecki, Topo Designs’ digital marketing体育投注注册 coordinator. “We just needed to get our ducks in a row and our content together. Retargeting those people is low-hanging fruit. It’s silly not to do it.”
The Colorado-based retail company specializes in the outdoor lifestyle—bags, backpacks, accessories, and apparel all made in the United States. Online and at their 4 brick-and-mortar stores, they sell items that work just as well for a multi-week hike as they do for the office.
But customers get distracted online, and when they forget about their ‘70s-inspired bag before checkout, Topo Designs now has a way of encouraging interested shoppers to return.
“We looked at some other apps but the templates were terrible to work with,” Abby says. “It made more sense to go through Mailchimp, and was much easier. We use Shopify, and implementation was really simple.”
They started their abandoned cart campaigns in mid-June, launching with a simple email to set baseline metrics. No incentive, just a friendly reminder with a link to the product, along with a short version of the Topo Designs story and values.
体育投注注册After they set their default, they chose their first variable to test: a discount.
“We don’t do a lot of sales or promotions on our website, and we’re very particular about how we use coupons,” Abby says. They decided to compare a percentage off with a dollar-off version of the same campaign, combining clever copy with their distinct brand体育投注注册 style to stay consistent across channels.