How to increase Magento sales? With one simple extension!

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After a week of discussion, we’ve decided to release a free Magento extension that we’ve already tried on one of our premium clients that we can’t name due to NDA restrictions and itself increased sales by astonishing 1893%!

Development of this extension was quite pricey, since we had to pay for 3 independent psychology researches (with total sample of 3521 online store customers). Since it’s based directly on online store customers emotions, we’ve managed to use something “as stupid as a custom button” to make this incredible extension.

What it does to make this happen you might ask? You have every right to be skeptical – it adds a “Buy All” button to Magento theme in header, on each page. The extension itself adds all online store’s products to cart and redirects you there. Simple as that!

Now this might sound ridiculous to you, but our research showed that if the button is visible enough (different color and animated) 83,78% of all customers will click on it, and astonishing 2,56% of customers that can afford it, goes through the checkout (for our client, with average of 85K monthly visitors). Those few percent of customers will lead to an incredible increase in sales.

Note: before you install this extension, please note that we won’t promise same increase in sales as it depends on other factors such as items price range, etc.

Here’s the screenshot of demo store:

And you can download the extension here!



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Mladen Lotar

Ex. Inchooer

Mladen worked at Inchoo from 2010 to 2011 in the role of Magento/Zend developer

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  1. What a fun tool! Offerting a huge discount when one buys everything would be cool as well.

    Especially in for software this could be cool.

  2. Bill C.

    Wow! Great, it’s really useful thing.
    Can you also create button “Fix everything”?

  3. April Fools to you to :op

    I would like the “Fix Everything” extension Bill proposes though :D

  4. We are working on it Bill!

  5. key

    @warning Please don’t install this extension to your site, it was created as April fools joke——————-My God!!!!!!

  6. I might as well turn of my internet connection on the first of april, I’m way to easily fooled…

  7. Is it available on Magento Connect? It could be featured today :)

  8. hehe …. i would suggest a “Own the Store Button”

  9. This extension is brilliant and should help stores quickly exceed the historic growth rate of GroupOn!

  10. Do you have statistic how many people have downloaded the extension? :D

  11. “Good” idea…

  12. Thats a good article….

  13. you nearly got me there..

  14. Anutosh

    Is it possible to show the average Price of all the available Products, so that the probability of customers clicking it could increase, below the “Buy All” button?

  15. Simone

    Ok the “April’s joke”, but… is the extension working? Because, I think is a great extension that can really bring good money…

    If it works, I will try it…

  16. Toni Anicic

    Yes, this was a joke BUT this is indeed a fully functional extension. :)

  17. Mark

    @key Don’t tell me you are the only one that didn’t get it at first?

  18. @Mladen – Loved the joke! I wonder how many people installed this on their site? I think this April’s Fool blog post beats ours: :)

  19. key

    …… when I look into the code I fund that message…. They nearly got me there…..

  20. ???????????????very good.

  21. Mark

    @key And you felt chosen to spoil joke? What a hero :P

  22. Joey

    We have 3900 products on our sire if someone ordered all that would be like winning to lottery LMAO

  23. I added this but I see nothing on frontstore. Is there any setup? (magento

  24. Nice one! Thanks a lot ;)))))

  25. Great idea, I will consult my 3 psychologist on whether I need this button, but before I do, can you tell me if it can be set to buy an entire category instead of the entire store?

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