We're happy to report that over this month, Merchants are seeing over a 100% (more than double) increase in the speed of accessing Scheduled Order data in their Shopify and WooCommerce admins and that Customers are also able to view and manage their Autoship and Subscribe & Save Orders twice as fast. In this post, we'll highlight the top speed improvements for you and your subscribers, and what's next!
This Valentine's Day, we're inspired to show our love for our Merchants, the awesome products that their customers love, and their innovative campaigns that increase Subscriber Retention and Convert New Subscribers using our new automation service: MAPs.
In this month's release notes, we're throwing a holiday retention party 🥳 for you and all of the new subscribers you acquired this season! Check out our new Churn Analysis Reports, Integration with Subscriber Retention Platform: Upzelo, and more automations to build new subscription flows and save time.
WooCommerce Subscriptions is a WooCommerce plugin that allows you to add subscriptions to your WooCommerce store. It’s important to note that the WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin is best suited for digital subscriptions. If you’re selling physical goods, like pet food or coffee, the WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin has some important limitations. This is why you often need […]
As we prepare to bring MAPs out of Beta and make them available to all merchants using Autoship Cloud, the QPilot team is excited to announce 2 highly requested no-code automations that help merchants manage “stale” Scheduled Orders that have been in a Paused or Failed status for many days.
Wondering what the monthly recurring charge metric is all about? In this primer, we’ll define what monthly recurring charge is, its different types, and how businesses (more so, eCommerce businesses) can benefit from implementing recurring payment models. Here goes. What is a monthly recurring charge? A definition. A monthly recurring charge (MRC) is the amount […]
eCommerce subscription — or selling (physical) eCommerce products as subscriptions — is a great way to convert one-time or ad hoc customers into lifetime subscribers. In fact, pivoting to the subscription model is one of the best growth hacks for eCommerce stores looking to grow their business and build long-term customer relationships, according to McKinsey. […]
Did you know that 31% of consumers have at least one retail subscription service? Also, the subscription cancel culture is visibly fading — subscribers intend to keep their subscriptions. Apply this to your eCommerce business, and you’ll see that you can convert every third customer that you sell to into a “subscriber.” On average, a […]
By adding subscription products to your online store, you get a chance to convert your ad hoc or one-time shoppers into lifetime subscribers. You’d be surprised to know that pivoting to the subscription model is one of the top three ways McKinsey suggests to eCommerce businesses looking to drive long-term relationships. Subscriptions tie directly to […]
Here's how you can accept recurring payments on your WooCommerce store and sell subscriptions with Stripe.