LeadcartStarts from $59 for lifetime
- Easy to use & navigate user interface
- The page builder is very robust with all essential elements
- Visual funnel builder
- LIve chat support
- Integration with more payment gateways would be welcome
- More checkout templates & designs needed
Website traffic is perhaps the most vital and significant aspect of any online business. Irrespective of the niche your work in, it has become a fiercely competitive space when it comes to promoting or selling your product or services online.
Therefore, it is absolutely vital to make the most out of every visit your website or funnel brings and to maximize the lifetime value of your customers.
This where the use of a good shopping cart solution can do a lot of good when compared to a traditional website. With the right usage of upsells, downsells, and cross-sells, you can easily increase the overall sales from each customer and thereby the revenue of your business.
There are so many shopping cart solutions in the market. Thrivecart, Samcart, Paykickstart are a few that are quite established in the market.
Leadcart is one of the newest players in the markets that looks quite promising with a good array of features. How good is it to use? Let's find out in this review.
UI & Dashboard
Once the initial sign up is completed, the first thing to do is to set up your company details in the brand settings.
Here, you can change things like your brand logo, time zone, main currency, support email, email logo, email footer settings, etc.
You can also turn on or off the email notifications to be sent out on a new order or a failed charge.
Another important setting here is the collaborators where you can add team members or clients to give access or contribute to your checkout pages.
The dashboard is split into two important elements on the left sidebar. The first is Sales, where you can find the details of all the revenue generated, analytics, and the information of all your customers.
Some of the stats you get under this section are,
- Average daily revenue,
- Total transactions,
- Gross revenue,
- Net revenue,
- Conversion rate,
- Checkout page views,
- No. of refunds,
- Refund rate.
All these numbers are displayed in an intuitive and easily understandable view.
Under the Customers tab, you can find the details such as each of the customer's name, email, order history, customer lifetime revenue, etc.
The second one is the products, which comprises of all the checkout pages you have built and details of the products and services you are selling.
The visual funnel builder is very intuitive to use as well with both horizontal and vertical layouts available.
You can then connect each step in the funnel to a specific product you have set up. It is also possible to set up rules for specific triggers like order completion, cart abandonment, etc.
The checkout page builder is a simple to use drag & drop editor with a wide array of elements to choose from.
You get all the most widely used elements like text, button, image, video, countdown timer, progress bar, features list, FAQ's, testimonials, 1-click bump offers, etc.
There is a decent level of design customization that is possible. The pages are response across various device types and can be previewed as they are built.
It is also possible to set up custom discount coupon codes with preset expiration dates.
The discount can be set either as a percentage of the price or a specific amount of money and could be applied either to a single product or across all the products.
Overall, the page builder is quite good. It is fast, responsive with all the essential building elements covered.
The following native integrations are available in Leadcart,
- Razor Pay.
- Pabbly Connect,
The options are quite decent, but hopefully, more native integrations are constantly developed and implemented. More payment gateway integrations apart from Stripe, PayPal, and Razor Pay would be a really welcome addition.
There are three plans in total, Basic, Pro, and Premium costing $49, $99, and $199 per month respectively.
The checkout templates are available across all the plans. However, 1-click upsells, unlimited funnels, zapier integration are available only in the Pro and Premium plans.
Live chat support is available both on the website and within the app dashboard and the response times were pretty short.
Help & support documentation is quite good as well covering all the features. However, it would be nice to see some how-to video tutorials on each feature and how to implement it.
To wrap up, is it a good tool to build your shopping cart? Yes, definitely.
Sure, being a new tool in the market, it is not quite feature-rich or polished as the likes of Thrivecart, Samcart, Paykickstart, etc. However, the fundamentals are there to be improved upon and get as good as if not better than the other similar tools.
Worth a try for sure.