I recently started a shopify store specializing in Dog Apparel. More specifically we specialize in trendy streetwear products that resemble street fashion that humans wear. The website name is puppypluGG.com which I think is a really catchy name, if you are familiar with the slang term "plug" it just means someone who provides a good or connect hence the *plug*.
I think my layout is fairly decent, although I could use some tips. I have received nearly 500 site visitors over the past 3 days since it's creation, and have already had many views and clicks through google ads and facebook marketing. I have already spent around $25 purely on advertising without ANY sales.
Any and all feedback on the site is appreciated, as I am still new to this.
Thank you very much.
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$25 is not enough to know if your ads or working or not. Your sales cycle could be longer then 3 days and thus you could need a week of running ads before you get one sale. Here are some ways to make your store even better and make people want to purchase.
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Your store just needs some tweaks to take it up a level. Hope you found this helpful, if so please click "like" below to let me know.
Your store looks great, love you product line,
Few inputs to consider:
All the best!
I suggest these apps to increase sales:
1. Sales Pop Master ‑ Sales Popup: Automatically display recent sales notifications to boost customer's order decision on your online store as social proof sales pop-ups.
Hey @puppypluGG ,
There are two areas I'd look at - Audience and Funnel
Audience (users coming to your site):
At the start, you want to cast a wide net to experiment and see which users actually convert the best (it may be different from your initial assumption). Once you have some data on initial high conversion customers you want to double down on them.
Is there anything in your targeting currently that is consistent across all your audiences and / or are the audiences too precise in their targeting?
Is there a specific part of the sales funnel you see an abnormally high drop of from customers (landing page, product page, check out, payments page, shipment details, etc). If there is a large drop off in one area, it could point you in the direction of your problem.