HOW TO INCREASE ONLINE TRAFFIC AND SALES?

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Lo más importante es ser crítico, saber analizar con objetividad un sitio web y darte cuenta que posiblemente hayan muchos aspectos que debes mejorar, corregir y cambiar. Y esto, quizá, conlleve muchas horas de trabajo. Pero al fin lograras lo que quisiste como ejemplo la siguiente tienda online:

https://terramater.mx/

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Tourist
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There are so many things that could impact your traffic and sales.

I advise you to learn a bit about ecommerce marketing, attend Virtual Ecommerce Marketing Summit: https://get.promorepublic.com/ecommerce-summit-2018/ It's free and you could learn from 5 experts from Shopify, WooCommerce, WordPress, NinjaOutreach and PromoRepublic.

Hope it helps.

Helping eCommerce businesses leverage social selling @ PromoRepublic.com
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Tourist
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I agree with others here - Influencer Marketing will bring word-of-mouth.  Do it.. 

Good luck brand and Influencer heroes! – #DearMishuDad (Influencer contract template here: http://dearmishudad.com/influencer-agreement/)
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Tourist
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Hey Julie,

Your store is very nice.I think you need more marketing for your store. You need to analyze the market for your product about price.

Thanks

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Excursionist
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Hey Julie! Hayden is such a cute brand! Great stuff. 

As to your question, we're obsessed with email at our company. We’ve spent 1000’s of hours editing 100’s of client email accounts, and terms of cutting costs and finding revenue growth opportunities for Fortune 500 companies and startups, here are the questions we believe brands should be asking: 

1. Do you send emails now?

2. What do they say?

3. Who do you send to?

4. How are they segmented?

5. What time do they send?

6. How do you vary your message?

7. Do you send the same message to everyone?

8. Have you ever done any testing?

We wrote an extensive post on our blog to help build out that audit. Thought you might find it useful: http://bit.ly/2G9pzfi

Hope that helps! Good luck to ya.

CEO of Metric Digital @ www.metricdigital.com
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New Member
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Hi there,

I understand how frustrating it can be to see increased traffic on your site but no sales to reflect that traffic. I have found that a decrease in sales often has to do with who you are targeting your brand to. It may be that you are targeting the correct demographic on Instagram but not on Facebook. Targeting the wrong audience can cost you a lot of time and money. Don’t let that happen to you!

Here are some things to consider:

How are you targeting your audience? If you are doing so manually, there is a good chance your ads are simply reaching the wrong people. Try building your target demographic by using Lookalike audiences for Facebook. Lookalike audiences market your brand to similar customers based on those who previously purchased from your store. If you are finding it difficult to do this on your own, Shopify apps like Pollen (https://apps.shopify.com/poln) can help do the hard work for you!  

How often do you change your ads? Are you still running the same ads you ran a year ago when you first started? If so, this could be a big reason you are seeing a lull in your sales. Keep your ads fresh and dynamic so your customers can see what your store has to offer. Don’t let your brand get stale by running the same ads over and over - your customers will undoubtedly get bored and go elsewhere!

How is your email marketing? Don’t let email marketing go overlooked! Stay on top of your email list and be sure to send promotional emails to your customers often (but don’t overdo it!). Consider offering discount codes, free shipping, or free gifts to keep your customers engaged.

Hopefully these tips help! Good luck to you and your store!

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Shopify Partner
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Maybe you can try with video ads.

In case you don't know how to create the videos, I've built a couple for you using our new Shopify App:

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Madison Striped Dress: https://s3.amazonaws.com/factory-app-dev/custom/madison-striped-dress.mp4

Feel free to use them wherever you want.

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Hi,

 

I see that over last more than a year Haydengirls has increased followers on Instagram to ~9k with avg traffic of ~ 4k per month. I have been in the

e-commere/saas space for last few years and I understand it's very difficult to get customers to visit the website and then quickly churn away. Would you consider exploring who and why a customer has churned over a period of time?  This helps you to design engagement strategy and convert them at faster rate.

 

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Consider these points:Target your existing customers, Use more photos and try to offer more discounts.Update your listing time to time and use re-marketing.

amarmajhu
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