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eCorner eCommerce Blog

Selling online is a great subject to write about as it is constantly changing and evolving. Each month new start-up businesses bring in new ideas. There are lots of opportunities to improve your online business for B2B or B2C.

If you have any questions about eCommerce try our FAQs and Ideas Center or just send us a comment or email.

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Google Shopping & Google Merchant Center

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Google has two search engine marketing (SEM) platforms that work together to enable you to advertise on Google.

Google Merchant Center is where your product information is stored and is populated and updated using the Google Shopping feed created in your online store administration.

Google Ads is where your actual shopping campaigns live and where you will set your budget, manage your bids, gain insights, and make optimisations based on performance.

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Google My Business Listing

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What is a Google My Business Listing?

Google My Business is a free service from Google and easy to set up for businesses and organisations to manage their online presence across Google, including Search and Maps. If you verify and edit your business information, you can both help customers find your business and tell them your story. Setting up Google My Business is a first and important step in good Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

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Creating your Facebook Shop

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What is a Facebook Shop?

If you have a Facebook business Page, you can add a shop. You can use this section to list products you're selling and connect with more customers on Facebook.

While any business can have a shop, this feature best serves merchants, retail and e-commerce advertisers. We recommend it for businesses selling apparel, accessories (including bags and luggage), home furnishings and baby or kids' products. But other types of businesses can still use a shop to reach more people on Facebook.

You can find out more about Facebook Shops by going to the Facebook Shop Information.

For an example go to the eCorner Facebook Shop.

Download the Integration and User Guide here.

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eCorner Announce Support for SAP Business One eCommerce using MAG B1

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ITM Development SarlITM Development Sarl Partners with eCorner

ITM Development Sàrl, delivers comprehensive development services and solutions including SAP Business One services. eCorner and ITM Development have signed a partner agreement for eCorner to distribute the MAG B1 eCommerce integration for SAP Business One.

SAP PartnerSupporting all forms of SAP B1 including HANA, MAG B1 allows for a seamless integration and supports multiple sites and SAP B1 data bases. The solution is either hosted by eCorner or on-premise, and is seamlessly integrated with SAP by a Certified SAP Partner. ePages brings all the features you need for your business success online.

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Increase your Chistmas and Holiday Sales

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Step up for your holiday sales but be prepared.

"Yeah OK, but there's still 100 days till Christmas so don't hassle me!" Is this what you're thinking? If so then you better change your mind quickly or risk missing out on this important sales period. Holiday sales start to really ramp up as we get closer to Christmas but there are definite peaks along the way. That can mean great opportunities for online retail. It all starts early September and builds up until we've exhausted our bank accounts in early January.

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B2B eCommerce Trends and Tools 2019

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B2B eCommerce is one of the most rapidly expanding sectors of the online market, with an increasing acceptance and expectation that business procurement can be facilitated seamlessly online.

Business buyer behaviour is changing, influenced by online experiences as consumers and the rapid increase of millennials in positions to make or influence purchasing decision.

When planning for or improving a B2B eCommerce presence, there are numerous factors to consider and tools needed to position your business for Success.


Current trends in B2B eCommerce

Electronic payments

Many of the 65k+ Australian businesses, particularly small businesses, are now placing orders via websites and many are eschewing tradition B2B payment options (such as invoicing and credit terms) for the favourite B2C payment method - the credit card. We are also increasingly seeing the use of alternative payment methods such as digital wallets being used by B2B buyers, as businesses accumulate value in these options and they become more comfortable transacting with them. Businesses that aren’t ready to accept online payments will lose market share to competitors offering simpler, easier payment processes.

More than 65% of Australian shoppers will use or even have a preference for purchasing online. These modern buyers will take those experiences to all aspects of their life, including the workplace. In fact, as early as 2015 Google found that almost half of B2B buyers in the US were millennials who looked to purchase online before considering any other option.

As such, B2B companies need to provide a user experience for their customers that is consistent with those shoppers’ expectations, including providing features they have come to expect from their retail experiences like a range of payment and shipping methods, account personalisation and simplified purchasing processes.


Easy purchasing

Buyers are looking for fast and secure online ordering and payment solutions that can be tailored to their buying process. Providing tools to allow B2B purchasers to manage their orders, shopping lists, and/or quotes puts them in control of their procurement processes allowing for easier approvals and regular and simplified reordering.


Automating account pricing and quotes

Leading from the above is the need to be able to tailor the purchasing process for your B2B accounts, including tailoring pricing and discounts for their specific purchasing needs. Technology to allow the merchant to configure accounts specific pricing lists and provide tailored quotes, often integrated with back office systems, can be the solution. Quotes can be tailored according to pre-set rules to provide error-free pricing that takes into account variables such as quantities, product margins, discounts, customisation, and optional features.


B2B_TransactionsMobile, mobile, mobile

The vast majority of shoppers will immediately turn to Google to search before any other source for product research. Most buyers will now conduct online research before making their purchasing decision. Research by Google says more than 80% of buyers use their smartphone at work and that in excess 42% and growing of online purchasing research is now done using mobile devices, so it’s essential for B2B ecommerce sites to be responsive for smart phones and tablets.


The rise of B2B marketplaces

While the US and others are already accustomed to the likes of Amazon Business and eBay offering specific B2B marketplaces, this trend is just beginning to grow in Australia. More and more B2B businesses are seeking a way to get their products in front of potential purchasers, and the marketing power and search engine dominance of these major marketplaces makes them the perfect tool to develop a presence for your products.

A carefully considered strategy around product placement and availability across platforms like Google Shopping, Amazon and eBay can often be more effective than an equivalent effort on PPC (pay-per-click) advertising like Google Adwords for B2B vendors.


What’s next for B2B eCommerce?

We have become familiar with around the clock customer support delivered by automated chatbots. In many cases they can help buyers find what they want without the need for a telephone call. They can even help with re-orders when the buyer visits again and can up-sell and cross-sell products. While the take up in the B2B space has been slower than in B2C, it won’t be long before these sorts of user experience become more common place.

Similarly, advanced user tools like Augmented reality (AR) can now show what products will look like in the real world and can show users how to configure or repair them. Virtual reality (VR) can provide immersive demonstrations of how to configure, use or troubleshoot your products, even if they haven’t been delivered.


eCorner's tools to win in B2B eCommerce

What features does eCorner provide to facilitate your new B2B eCommerce store or website? The following are just some of the great features available in eCorner stores and eCorner VARshops using Resellerate.


User Account Capability

Businesses need generally to pay based on invoice (although as noted above, the use of credit cards and electronic payments is rising). The user accessing the B2B site to place an order needs to have their credentials verified via a user name and password. This will allow changes in the user experience and information available to access, including tailor pricing and/or catalogues specifically for the registered user.


Customer Groups

Every user that has access to the B2B website needs to be assigned certain capabilities like allowed payment methods or special pricing. Customer Groups allow the site owner to manage this tailored experience for each user that can control their actions in the website. Customer Groups are also used for marketing and promotional purposes. A Customer Group might be one company (and its employees) or a group of companies.


In some cases, the business will want the site closed, or pricing hidden, to anyone who does not have credentials to log in to the website. In this case only limited content such as a home page marketing message or simplified product catalogue is seen by the general visitor who might try to access the site.


Special Pricing or Price Lists

B2B customers rarely use the recommended retail price (RRP), and may be discouraged from your site if they are shown full retail pricing.

Most B2B systems will have multiple prices for each product with a specific price, discount or markup assigned to a specific customer group. While most people understand the concept of RRP and discounts, it is becoming increasingly common that B2B sites don't deal with RRP at all. The base price is instead set by the manufacturers wholesale price and the price to each customer is based on a "mark-up" or a percentage increase to the base price. B2B systems have to be flexible to handle many different pricing scenarios with both bulk or value-based discounting at a product level.



Multiple Currencies, Countries and Languages

Many businesses sell internationally and need to be able to present their products in different currencies and languages. Internationally eCommerce is booming with huge growth markets like China and the south east Asian nations looking to Australia for quality products. Allowing your site to be quickly and easily switched between multiple currencies and languages improves the user experience for international buyers, increasing the likelihood of engagement and conversion.


Get a Quote rather than Buy a product

Due to internal procurement processes, most businesses need to get quotes and issue Purchase Orders (POs) before buying a product.

A B2B solution needs to reflect the business processes that most companies use. Once the correct product (or products) have been selected the customer should be able to request a quote online and if acceptable return with a PO and complete the checkout process.


To be effective and seemless, a B2B eCommerce solution has to be able to handle the negotiation electronically and the merchant needs to be able to update and reissue a quote in real time.


The B2B eCommerce solution should also provide all the information necessary for you to properly determine reasonable pricing for your quotes including relevant purchase costs, availability of stock and/or the cost of shipping.


Supplier Inventory Data Feeds

Many businesses and distributors have the products that they sell shipped directly from the manufacturer or distributor warehouse (this has become commonly known as ‘drop shipping’).

The available stock and price might change daily and there may be many different warehouse locations across multiple suppliers. Accuracy in price and availability is essential as often margins can be slim. Updates from data feeds provided by your suppliers need to be automated to update when changes occur to avoid sales which are below cost or unable to be fulfilled.


Just as critical to the success of many B2B systems as the ability to automatically accept data feeds is the ability to create similar data feed files from your B2B system that are sent to the businesses that might resell your products.



Restrict Content by Customer Groups

There may be some content on the online store that is not open to just anyone accessing the site. This might be access to specific product information or assets or it could be marketing information that is confidential to business partners. B2B sites need to ability to restrict access to content by Customer or Customer Group.


Supplier Purchase Orders

Businesses sell products that might come from many different suppliers but when a company is ordering those online from a B2B website they expect the total order to be fulfilled. In the B2B environment, the system needs to differentiate products from different suppliers that are in the same order. When the order is created the system then creates multiple sub-orders and purchase orders to go to each supplier or warehouse.


Integration and Customisation Essential

If the business running the B2B website is substantial and handling 1000's of orders and maybe 100,000's of products then integration to back office and third party systems is a key factor of success.

Most larger businesses will rely on back office systems like ERP, CRM or accounting systems to manage the business overall, and will have a range of 3rd party suppliers managing everything from logistics to payment automation. The ability for the B2B website to integrate seamlessly is essential to ensure efficient operations.

This also extends to the user experience of your B2B buyers, the ability to build custom functionality and to modify the existing functionality and user experience is essential to engage and convert potential shoppers in much the same way as retail B2C stores. You may also need to manage payments, logistics or commissions on behalf of your resellers and need to tailor the order process and reporting to capture and fulfil those requirements.

eCorner can tailor any of our Enterprise packages specifically to your business needs to ensure both your shoppers’ experiences and your back office processes are as seemless and effective as possible.


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Welcome to the New Financial Year 2020

Happy FY2020 - What's new at eCorner?

Thank you for working with and supporting eCorner in FY2019, and a big welcome and our best wishes for FY2020

Every year delivers new opportunities to improve our service and support, and we are continuously looking at how best to bring you the tools needed to be successful online. Here are our latest improvements to the platform and our offering to you.

What's new or exciting:

  1. Afterpay now available
  2. Vend POS now available
  3. Unleashed Inventory Management now available
  4. Australia Post Shipping and Tracking Update
  5. Shopping Cart Recovery
  6. Resellerate updates
  7. What's coming

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Marketing Gets Your Store Moving

Businesses need customers and sales

To be successful, a business needs to have products, a market and customers in order to make sales. You can find out more in this previous blog post about the Foundation of a Successful Business. It's fundamental to the long-term success of the business. Cash-flow and revenue are the blood and blood pressure that keeps the business alive. Yet, we often hear about these digital businesses that get started and then fail very quickly because they make no sales or revenue. There are new business start-ups that have no plan for marketing or for finding customers and they will not last out the first year.

Just having a pretty website that looks great (but doesn't sell anything) is not going to develop into a long-term profitable business.

Google and Search Engines

Many businesses owners believe that if you build and launch a website it will be instantly flooded by visitors. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. Search engines drive traffic and customers to your website and Google is the elephant in the room of search engines. Google controls over 80% of the search engine traffic. At the same time Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) firms have become the SPAM masters. I am sure that you have all received the emails:

Pay us a $1,000 a month and be number one on Google....

Some business owners believe that some magical short cut exists that will make the new online store an instant success and revenue generator. But there is no magic bullet and throwing away $1,000's in dodgy SEO practices will not make you one sale.

Search Engine Optimisation is important

Good SEO practices are important to the success of your online store but you need to have your website / online store ready to get the best results. That means that you need to build good quality content and conform to the recommendation of Google and other search engines in order to rank well and have your website and products found online. Google provides lots of great information and advice about SEO Best Practice with their SEO Starter Guide and doing some homework is worthwhile. But there are also many features built into your ecommerce platform to help you make the most of the digital marketing opportunities.

These features are often overlooked but are easy to setup (examples in the eCorner Platform).

NOTE: There is helpful information in each section in the eCorner eCommerce platform so look for the Tips & Tricks, and notes.


  • SEO Cockpit:- Marketing Menu >> Search Engine Optimisation
  • Cross Sell & Upsell:- Product menu >> Products >> Cross sell
  • Auto Cross-selling:- Setting menu >> Product settings >> Auto cross-sell
  • Product ratings & reviews:- Products menu >> Product ratings
  • XML Sitemap:- Marketing menu >> Search engine optimisation >> XML Sitemap

Google Search Console

Google provides free tools to help you understand what is happening to your website content and tools to improve your search engine optimisation. Highly recommended is that you sign up for a free Google Search Console account and add your website. Google will give you lots of tips and great ideas. There is a useful forum to help you uderstand some of the search engine mysteries.

To sign up just search on Google Search Console in the Google search engine and follow the instructions to get started.


NOTE: You need to add a Meta Tag to your website to connect to Google Search Console. Its easy to do so just ask for assistance.


sales_funnelMarketing is a Continuous Process

For any business to be successful, apart from viable products and good customer service, you need to market. Marketing in the digital age has changed in the way it is delivered but you still need to do it. So an online store without a marketing plan basically has little hope of succeeding.

The Sales Funnel is just as important online as it is in any traditional, or bricks and mortar business, in fact maybe more important. Online the sales funnel starts with traffic to your website but not just any type of traffic. It needs to be made up primarily of people who are interested in what you do.

It is the core job of good marketing to get a pool of people or companies interested in your products and services into the funnel. The sales job, in the digital world the website, is to convert the pool into prospects and then into customers by taking them on a journey. That journey ends up in a sale and a long term satisfied customer. Marketing helps map that journey and provide the content to guide your potential customers.

Marketing in a Digital World

A new website will not succeed without marketing. There are many tools available to help you market and there is a connection between the website content and marketing.

Remember the golden rule - CONTENT IS KING.

When you launch a new website the work is not over it is just beginning. So you need a plan to manage the marketing process and to track updates and changes. An important aspect of understanding what you need to do is capturing the 'big data' the analytics about what people are doing on your website. Without that information you cannot have an effective marketing plan. If you are an eCorner customer we provide you with a great tool called Wagtail Analytics and Reporting but you might use Google Analytics or one of the many reporting tools available.

Do you have a marketing budget?

On average according to Gartner businesses spend over 10% of their revenue on marketing, and including 2.5% - 5% on digital marketing. While some primarily digital businesses might spend a much higher percentage on digital marketing channels.

Where should you spend your money?

There are specific targets that you need to identify and then determine the best way to hit them.

  • Management and Investment in paid media
  • Management and investment in Social Media
  • Mobility and cross platform marketing
  • Management of your digital assets
  • Management of your data resources

But remember that the one true fact that you can rely on is change. Nothing really stays still in the digital world so you need to be on a constant review and improvement path. There are new tools that can be effectively used that become available so testing new marketing tactics can lead to quick results.

Digital spend has often been centered on Search Engine Marketing (SEM) with the main player being Google Adwords. If the campaign is built well then it can be an effective way to drive qualified opportunities into the sales funnel. SEM is not cheap and you cannot run a successful Adwords campaign on a dollar a day. Other search engines offer similar services such as Bing Ads.

The Social Media channels such as Facebook and Twitter now also offer paid advertisement that can deliver good results often at a lower cost. But social media pages can be effective marketing. The channel itself maybe free but there is effort involved in running successful social media channels.

Pay-Per-Click (PPC)

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) campaigns using one of the shopping portals can also help drive qualified opportunities to your business. 

Google Merchant Centre allows you to deliver a product feed directly from your website that will deliver product ad tiles during search.

Other product comparison portals such as Getprice and eBay eCommerce Network offer a similar service.

The benefit of these portals is that they have a higher than average digital marketing spend and often a higher search engine ranking so they can get exposure that you might not be able to get.

If you are a small business looking for local customers then take advantage of Google Local a free service. Local search is becoming increasingly more important for small business.

Marketing to People Who Visit Your Website

Once your website is live and you start to get visitors then you can also start to market to your visitors. There are lots of ways to do this both from your website and fron search engine marketing systems like Google Ads Remarketing. You need to be aware of the legal issues like the anti-spam requirements but in general there is nothing wrong or illegal about marketing to past visitors.

Newsletters and Coupons

Sending you visitors a newsletter with information about special offers and promotions is a great way to reconnect and get return customers. Offering a coupon for a gift card or discount can also help tempt return visitors to buy from your online store. If you own a bricks and mortar store then why not accept those coupons in store as well. Coupons can be used for a variety of reasons and also work to attract customers via social media channels.

TIP: You can print coupon codes and pack them into orders that you are shipping to a customer as an incentive to shop again.

Abandoned Cart Recovery

You will find that visitors to your website will start a new shopping basket and add some products, then proceed to checkout but never finish. This is called Basket Abandonment and can often count for 80% or more of the shopping baskets that are started.

There are now a number of systems available that allow you to capture the email address of a potential customer who starts a basket and then email them reminders with information about their incompleted basket. You can add marketing information like cross-sell products and also offers like a discount coupon that they can use to reduce the cost in the basket. If you use eCorner then Wagtail can provide information about uncompleted shopping baskets or you can also get similar information from other systems like Google Analytics.

eCorner now offer a shopping cart recovery service, Wagtail Cart Recovery, as part of some of our packages or it can be added to any package for a small monthly fee.


80% of the failed online businesses failed as a direct result of not doing any marketing. If you want your new digital business to succeed then develop a marketing plan, think a little outside of the square and expect change. If you want to generate a million dollars in sales a year then expect to spend $50,000 - $100,000 a year on marketing.

When you first sit down and decide to start your new online business remember that you need to develop a budget and a plan. Your business plan needs to have a marketing component that will establish your online store and brand in your chosen market sector.

Marketing is a continuous process so allocate some time every day to look at areas to improve.

If you take advantage of Search Engine Margeting it  can often be wise to consult with an expert. But make sure that you set a budget you can afford and work with in it. Never just setup an online marketing campaign and leave it as you need constant monitoring to achive the best results.


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Wagtail Shopping Cart Recovery

eCorner Wagtail Analytics and ReportingThe Wagtail Cart Recovery system is available for all customers using the Wagtail Pro Plan and above or who are using the eCorner Large Package. The Wagtail Pro Plan ($88.00 inc GST per month) can be added to any of the eCorner website packages. Your existing Wagtail service can be upgraded to the Pro Package without any other changes.

eCorner provides each customer with access to the Wagtail Analytics and Reporting system (Wagtail). There are multiple plans available in Wagtail from the Free plan to Premium plan.


The Wagtail Cart Recovery system allow you as the merchant to initiate emails to be sent to an individual that has visited your website. The visitor must add items to the basket and must leave an email address.

Wagtails cart recovery system allows emails to be sent to your customers reminding them about recent shopping baskets that have been created. The emails can contain information about the basket such as the products, ratings, cross-sell and other information depending on what settings are turned on within your Wagtail administration.

There are many ways to uniquely tailor the email layout to match your website design, branding and your marketing needs.


The unique benefits of the Wagtail Cart Recovery solution are important to understand.

  1. Completed shopping baskets can often be 20% or less of the total baskets created. So being able to track abandoned baskets and then market to those opportunities can deliver many more completed baskets and sales.
  2. The data used is from your shop data base and not stored or sent to some 3rd party system. This means that the data is protected and secure.
  3. You control the communication with your customers.
  4. You can activate and deactivate the cart recovery emails at any time.
  5. The details are maintained in your Wagtail account and can be used to help you understand your website activity.
  6. You can see the connections from other marketing activities like coupons and the flow through to successful and uncompleted baskets.


wagtail cart recovery reminder-emailCustomer email

You customer receives the basket and information after leaving the website.

The email allows for your unique branding as well and additional marketing features.

Each item that was in the basket will appear in the email along with the name, attributes and price.

Cross-sell information will appear beneath the basket items if it has been assigned to the products in the basket.


There are a number of features available within the system that will allow you to effectively market your products to your prospective customers who have visited your website and added products to the basket.

  1. Can show product variation attributes (size, colour / etc)
  2. Can show automatic cross selling, the first product in the basket is used for this data. Please be aware manual cross selling won’t show.
  3. Can show the product ratings, the first product in the basket is used for this data.
  4. Order completed checking some does not send emails to customers who have ordered.
  5. Choice of different, prebuilt in advance, templates.
  6. Choice of three different basket layouts.
  7. Can send manual basket emails to customers on top of the normal engagement emails.
  8. Sends three automated emails on three preselected time frames.
  9. Can show only one product in the basket all products in the basket.
  10. Ability for customer to unsubscribed and for you to manage these.
  11. Email tracking to see how many times the customer opened the email.


  1. Wagtail Pro or higher account.
  2. Feature turned on in settings and initial setup done.
  3. Customer to progress from the address page and entered valid email address.
  4. You must have your own SSL so your URL must have
  5. The email from address is by default set to your shops name @ If you change this setting to use your shops domain you will need to add/update your DNS SPF records to use our mail servers else the emails will get black listed or end up in clients junk mail folders. Our mail servers to add are,,,

Things to consider

  1. If you modify the template or design your own make sure you take a copy of the HTML for backup purposes as we won’t be able to restore it. The normal designs can be restored from there default settings.
  2. Be careful using HTML design editors as they can mess with the custom HTML tags causing the HTML to break.
  3. As per the above there is no design editor, but we give five advanced templates to choose from with a lot of options so should be no need to change HTML only text within.
  4. The baskets / session information is only available for 15 days for security and practical reasons. If the customer clicks the link in the email after this period, they will get an empty basket.
  5. Product ratings and cross selling information is based on the first product in the basket.
  6. Some of the settings such as roll over images will not work on mobile devices and a lot of email system as the feature is not supported.


  1. First thing to do is log into Wagtail and go to Settings à general settings and check the settings for Cart abandonment mail from name, Cart abandonment mail address from, Cart abandonment mail address test, Cart abandonment first email, Cart abandonment second email, Cart abandonment third email.
  2. The last setting is Enable cart abandonment and if you enable this the baskets will start sending out so only enable this setting once you are ready.
  3. Now it is time to setup the email content so goes to Cart abandonment à Cart manager.
  4. Here you can choose between five different templates and settings. Each template with have predefined settings setup but you can change them depending on how you want the basket displayed.
  5. When you load in a template it will only put the HTML in the first follow up email box. If you are going to send multi emails copy the HTML and put it in the other two HTML boxes.
  6. To preview the email or to send a test email you will need to enter in a basket id in the Preview basket id box. You can get this by going to your shop and adding a product to the basket and then going into the basket. Look at the URL and take the number after ObjectID=. Keep in mind these are only valid for 15 days.
  7. After you have setup the HTML emails and happy you should enable it in general settings. When the emails start sending out they will be recorded in the overview report.
  8. In the overview report you will see the status of each basket email that went out. From each stage to the order been completed or the client has unsubscribed, so the email did not go out. IF an order was placed after the email was sent this will be recorded and no more emails will be sent.
  9. You can view the contents of the basket by clicking the basket icon next to each record. If the basket was turned into an order you will see the order details. You can also send manual emails to the customer by click the envelope icon. This icon will go away if the order was completed, they unsubscribed, or the basket was abandoned.
  10. We mark baskets as abandoned after 30 days if no order was placed.
  11. You can manage unsubscribed customers in the unsubscribed report. If a customer was added by mistake you can delete the record or if a customer does not want anymore emails you can add then in manually.

Templates codes




Displays the preheader text.


Your primary domain on the shop.


Displays the link you customers would need to click on to view the HTML emails online.


Displays the link your customers would need to click on to unsubscribe from the HTML emails.


Displays how many orders where played in the last 24 hours.


Displays person or people depending on the number above.


Displays the subject depending on which engagement is been used.


Displays for the full link to the medium large image from your shop.


The basket line item data.


The customer rating information data.


The product rating link for the first product.


The full link back to the shops product.


The link back to the shops basket.


The grand total value for the basket.


The first product in the baskets name.


The first product in the baskets manufacture.


The cross selling information data.


Displays the background code from the editor.


Displays the table 1 code from the editor.


Displays the table 2 code from the editor.


Displays the table 3 code from the editor.


Displays the footer code from the editor.


Displays the font 1 code from the editor.


Displays the font 2 code from the editor.


Displays the font 3 code from the editor.


Displays the font 4 code from the editor.


Displays the coupon 1 code from the editor.


Displays the coupon 2 code from the editor.


Displays the coupon 3 code from the editor.


Displays the colour 5 code from the editor.


Displays the colour 6 code from the editor.


Displays the basket button text.


Example Screenshots

Summary of Cart Recovery Activity


Detail Cart Recovery Screen


Manage email content by basket


Manage the email style


Manage email template code


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What are the benefits of eCorner's eCommerce

eCorner has multiple solutions to provide eCommerce to small or large enterprises. Our core software fully supports a B2B and B2C model, but we have also enhanced that with specific functionality for resellers. It's primarily focused on merchants that want to manage large product catalogues and data feeds from distributors. Our packages include all core functionality, software, hosting, maintenance and support.

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