Customer loyalty: You can set up a mailing list and get subscribers through adding a newsletter form to the site. Then you can offer subscribers coupons or special offers through Weebly.
Ask customers to leave reviews for products purchased, which helps inform other customers about items. Abandoned cart emails can only be sent on Business Plus, which we think is a little steep as many ecommerce builders include it as a standard feature (it’s an important feature for getting more sales, so Weebly is clearly capitalising on this).
Weebly gift cards – or Square gift cards as an alternative – can be sold online. Then you have the membership feature allowing your customers to sign up for access to members-only content on your site – a nice extra function, considering this is a basic website platform.
Legal pop-ups: If you sell age-restricted products, you can add an age confirmation pop-up appearing when visitors enter your site. A GDPR consent form can be set up to cover your legal bases with regards to EU visitors.
Team access: Employees can be added to the Weebly account so colleagues can split the work of managing the website.