Improving those Cross-Sales

If you've got a good OSC site, you can improve the revenue from it by getting your customers to buy other products once they're interested in one of yours. It's called Cross Selling. CRELoaded has a good Cross-selling addon but the admin page is really poor.

The CRE Loaded Cross Sell Admin page is pretty bad so it probably won't get used once the number of products on your site is reasonably large:

This page lists every product and every cross-sold product against them so it can easily get too long to be usable. Once you've picked a product you want to advertise cross sale products on, it lists every product so that you can choose!

Wouldn't it be better to use AJAX to reduce page sizes and unusable interfaces?

You select from a drop-down list the product you want to add cross sales to. Products without any cross sales are shown in red and others are shown green. Selecting a product immediately displays the product and the linked products without a page-reload:

Just select products and click add from the box on the right and they get added very quickly without any page reloads. If you make a mistake, just click the delete icon.

Click Buy Now to purchase the addon to install onto your site. It's extremely easy to install and configure and was written with instructions for CRELoaded (6.4.1CE and 6.3.3Pro). Or choose the install option to have us do it all for you.

This addon is NOT for OSC MS2.2 as that software doesn't have the cross sell feature built in, but if you've got a database table called products_xsell, this will probably work.

The process isn't automatic. You'll be sent an email by a real person and you can converse by email if you have problems or questions. Please allow extra time if ordering in the evening or weekend (UK time - currently 14:04pm.) If you pay for Install, there is no guarantee given about when the work can be done, but if you're unhappy, you'll get a refund.


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This was a bespoke e-commerce site having problems customising. We converted it to OSCommerce maintaining the same look and feel and functionality but providing more features and possibilities for the future.