Which pages can I display the Upsells?

You can display your Upsells and Recently Viewed Products on a number of pages:

  • Product Pages
  • Checkout Page
  • Purchase Confirmation Page
  • Sidebars (via the Widget)
  • Any page/post (via the ShortCode / Gutenberg Block)

Preferred and Excludes Upsells Per Product

Besides having an automatic upsell calculation with this plugin, you can also manually set a preferred upsell of your choice per product. For instance, you want a specific product to always be offered as an upsell to a base product, you can do so by setting your Preferred Upsells for that product.

In this section, you can also exclude products, categories, and tags from being offered as Upsells for this specific product only. Lastly, you can check which Upsells are currently being offered for this product as well.You can read our Product Documentation Page to learn more about how to use these features.

Shortcode and Gutenberg Block for any Page/Post

If you want to show Upsells or Recently Viewed Products on any page or post, you can just insert a Gutenberg Block – UpsellMaster on the content section. Using this feature, we now have more places to show Upsells and Recently Viewed Products and gently push customers to purchase products they might be interested in.

You can read our Product Documentation Page to learn more about how to use these features.

Display Locations for Upsells and Recently Viewed Products on your Website

A great feature of this plugin is you can show Upsells on different pages across your website. These pages are:

  • Product Page
  • Cart Page
  • Checkout Page
  • Purchase Receipt Page
  • Pages with sidebars (via Upsell Widget)
  • Any page/post (via Shortcode or Gutenberg Block)

These placement locations can be very helpful to gently remind customers with great product suggestions they easily add to their shopping carts. As these product suggestions are calculated based on an algorithm, they are very targeted and can best guess the interest of the customers, which should lead to an increase in sales.You can read our Product Documentation Page to learn more about how to use these features.

Displaying Recently Viewed Products

Instead of showing Upsell products, the plugin also offers that you can show Recently Viewed Products instead. In that case, the Lists and Carousels can display products a customer has visited before instead of the Upsells. Recently Viewed products can be displayed at the same locations as the Upsells. For Widgets and Shortcodes, you can also vary, showing Upsells and Recently Viewed product suggestions on the same pages.

You can read our Product Documentation Page to learn more about how to use these features.

Upsells by Products

Admins can basically see a full list of all Upsells calculated by the Algorithm set per Product. They can also export the list to CSV File as well as Recalculate the Upsells manually whenever changes were made on the Settings page.

You can read our Product Documentation Page to learn more about how to use these features.

Upsell Sales Report and Tracking

Another great feature of this WordPress plugin is that it provides a detailed Upsell Sales Report of the results of your Upsell Strategy. The report comes with filters, a chart and calculates a variety of Key Performance Indicators so that you can obtain deep insights into your sales performance of your WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads Store.

The Upsells Reports Summary comes with the complete list of all products which were offered as Upsells and Recently Viewed via this plugin on your website.

Here you can find the following details:

  • Upsell product
  • Base product (the product which triggered the Upsell)
  • Customer
  • Location in which the Upsells has been displayed
  • Sales Value of the Upsell , and others.

It is important to keep track of what your best-selling Upsells and Base products are because it can help you optimize your upsell strategy better. Also you can track which are the best locations on your website to either display Upsells or Recently Viewed products.

A summary shows you the relevant Key Performance Indicators of your Upsell Strategy – how much is your Upsell value, how many Upsells have been bought, what are your best Upsells and Base products, Top Orders and Customers and many more indicators.

You can also apply a variety of filters to put your focus on certain Upsells, Base products, time periods, display locations, customers and orders  and others.

Understanding and studying your Upsell Report regularly can help you in optimizing and enhancing your Website Conversion Strategy. Use our WordPress plugin to enhance the Sales of your eCommerce Store! You can read our Product Documentation Page to learn more about how to use these features.