Top Shopper Objections (Part One): Furniture


We all know that it's important to help your e-commerce shoppers. A shopper whose needs are met is more likely to convert into a buyer, and buyers are more likely to form long-lasting relationships with your brand. Raising your conversion rates even slightly can help you drive up your return-on-investment now and in the long term. With this in mind, we spend a ton of time at Granify working to identify and overcome shopper objections for our retail partners.

With billions of data points coming in every month, we want to provide some useful insight that the retailers of the world can start using right now. We've identified and compiled the top objections for 5 industries: Furniture, Fashion & Apparel, Department Stores, Home & Garden, and Health & Wellness.

Top Shopper Objections for Furniture stores



All of the objections listed are based on samples of Granify's data on e-commerce sites. Our focus is on increasing revenue per session, so we don't rely on discounts (although they have their place). This means that these are the most profitable buyer objections that you can overcome if you are not already addressing them effectively.

As a bonus, we've included suggestions of how to overcome these buyer objections to help stimulate your thinking and allow you to begin experimenting. However, these suggestions are only the beginning of what's possible – don't feel constrained by them.

Keep an eye out for the rest of the industry-specific reports in the coming weeks. Want to be the first to know when they drop? Subscribe to our blog today.


If you're interested in overcoming each shopper's specific objections automatically while shoppers are on your site, check out How Granify Works or view a simulated shopper experience demo

If you are looking for more tools and information to grow your online store, check out our other e-commerce resources.



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