Ai Video: Targeting anonymous visitors in travel e-commerce

First Published on 3rd October, 2017

Identifying anonymous or repeat cart abandonment visitors, engaging them at the time they are on a website, capturing vital information for remarketing etc. is significant to stepping up the likelihood of a conversion.

Airlines have to make an impact in a matter of few seconds otherwise the chances are that the same visitor can jump on to another airline or OTA site. So even as on-site display of content and messages such as “only 4 seats left” or dynamic countdown such as “10 minutes left to complete a booking” can help in a purchasing decision, certain aspects like sending a personalised content (say after 4th click) or capturing a vital piece of information can help in tapping the customer as per their booking funnel. Also, if the captured information one that is related to user’s activity on a site is mundane, it can also mean that remarketing (done via email, Facebook ads etc.) can be futile.

Zine Voza, Enterprise Sales Manager (APAC), SaleCycle asserts that other than a user logging in, one has to make the most of every input that they make on the site or via on-site messaging. 

 

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