I have recently started my online business about one week ago and I am seeing some good results! Basically, I am selling used vintage clothing, sneakers and streetwear. However, my knowledge of marketing and SEO only goes up to a certain extent and I am looking for someone to spend a little time with me to help me improve my conversion rate and search ranking. I am willing to spend a small fee for your time and help and simply want to have a skype call or facebook chat.
I have brought over 2k people to my website in the past week (about 300 from ads) with a conversion rate of 0.6% which I'm looking to improve. I am impressed with the performance of my website but would like someone to give me some pointers so I can plan for my businesses future
Feel free to give comment down your emails and a price for a consultation.
My website is: The King Kunta
My name is Noah, and I manage Digital Media at 42Connect. I've been doing SEO and Paid Media for almost 10 years, and really do love helping out passionate business owners.
I think your business idea is amazing, and am still checking out your site.
If you'd like to setup a call or chat in another way, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Jesse! Maggie, a Shopify Partner here :)
I will be happy to help. I run Skype consultations for online business owners, during which we can discuss SEO, social media marketing or any other matter. Please simply click below to book your consultation now:
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Grace From SEO Doctor Here,
Your website looks great and we would really love to help you get it up and running with more traffic and a higher conversion rate. You can send a quick email to email@example.com and we can set up a call with you and have a quick discussion on how best you can improve things on your website and double your traffic and conversions. No charges needed :)
If you're looking to increase conversions, I'd recommend using Savy. Check it out here: https://apps.shopify.com/savy
Savy converts window shoppers into email leads and paying customers by providing crucial willingness to pay data about your products. I'd liken Savy to a glorified wishlist button, but instead of simply entering an email, window shoppers also get to enter a price they're willing to pay for items they're interested in; we email them if their item hits their price. We've seen that if a window shopper's price point is met, there's a 90% chance that they'll buy!
The best part? Savy is completely free! Feel free to shoot any questions my way :)