Choosing the right WooCommerce plugin can significantly impact your online store’s success. In this blog post, we will compare two popular plugins: WooCommerce Checkout Upsell Funnel and WooCommerce Boost Sales. We’ll provide a clear overview of their main features and where they appear on the frontend. By understanding their key differences, you can make an informed decision about which plugin suits your needs.
Both plugins offer additional products for customers while they’re about to buy something, providing maximum value to customers and increasing revenue without recurring cost of many marketing channels. They’re meant to increase the seller’s bottom line. However, they don’t work the same.
Basically, our 2 plugins lets you boost revenue by applying upselling/cross-selling technique to your online store.
What’s the difference between WooCommerce Checkout Upsell Funnel and WooCommerce Boost Sales?
When comparing the 2 plugins, it becomes evident that both plugins offer additional product suggestions to enhance sales. However, they differ in terms of when and where these suggestions are displayed on the frontend.
- WooCommerce Checkout Upsell Funnel only works on Checkout page – upsell and order bump only show up there, exclusively displayed in a distinct style. They can be set up by rule, each rule has their own recommended product(s) and display condition.
Upsell can be presented as popup, inline banner (slider or scroll), or to redirect users to another page.
- While WooCommerce Boost Sales can works on any pages. Upsell and Cross-sell bundle can show up on single product page, Cart page and Checkout page. And Frequently Bought Together (FBT) can be displayed on any pages.
Upsell can only be displayed as a popup after customer hits the “Add to cart” button; while Cross-sell bundle can be displayed as popup or inline banner, in different positions on the page
|WooCommerce Checkout Upsell Funnel
|WooCommerce Boost Sales
|Additional Product Offers
|Suggests additional products to customers before the checkout process.
|Provides related product suggestions to customers during their shopping journey.
|Offers are displayed on the Checkout page or redirects users to another page
|Suggestions appear on product pages, cart pages, or checkout pages to encourage additional purchases.