July 30, 2015 at 3:35 am #12925
I have been reading about the options available within estore to provide upsells to customers. Is there a way to have one-click upsells where the customer only has to visit PayPal once instead of each time an offer is made and accepted?
I would like my customers to visit paypal upon taking offer one and when/if they decide to take my second offer, they could simply click to buy now without inputting their PayPal information again. Thank you.July 30, 2015 at 11:47 pm #70957
I would like to understand your sertup a little better so I understand your question. Which one of these following options are you using?July 31, 2015 at 12:48 am #70958
I would like to use option 3 where it talks about making an offer on the thank you page; however I don’t want my customers to be be redirected to PayPal again to process another transaction. I am looking for them to be able to click the buy button on the upsell page and have the digital product immediately. No other steps necessary.
Another option that I am ok with is listed under the first number in the article where it states:
You can also introduce an upsell page that the customers have to pass before they can go to the “Checkout Page”.
If my first option is not possible, can you please tell me how to make it so I can have my customers pass the upsell page prior to checkout? Thank you!
BarbAugust 1, 2015 at 12:48 am #70959
One option is to create a specific checkout page where you have your cart along with other upsell products. So the workflow will be something like this:
1) A visitor wants to buy a product so he/she adds the item to the cart and gets sent to the checkout page.
2) There are some upsell offer items on this page (so this user can optionally add some of those upsell products to the cart also).
3) Then the user does the checkout with all the items in the cart.
The following post will show you how to create a specific checkout page:
The other option is to use the following feature of eStore:
The rough workflow will be something like the following (there are a few variations that you can do here):
When users click on the buy button (which is a link to this intermediate page), they are taken to a page with a few offers (to buy the item along with some other items). The users can pick the one they want and then checkout.
The customer always has to go through a checkout when they are purchasing something. So there is no button that a user can click that just processes the sale without taking their payment information. You can use payment gateways that process the sale on your site (so they are not sent off to an external site like PayPal). We have integration with some gateways that process the sale on your site:August 2, 2015 at 12:59 am #70960
This is extremely useful. Thank you!August 4, 2015 at 2:26 am #70961
I am working on finalizing the checkout page to include my upsell products. This checkout/upsell page is designed using Optimized Press. Is it possible for the estore shopping cart to be integrated on an OP page? I can’t seem to get it to work.August 4, 2015 at 11:45 pm #70962
You just put the cart shortcode in there. As long as WordPress shortcodes work in that page, you shouldn’t have an issue. So ask them if WordPress shortcodes work on their pages.
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