Welcome to our Shopify Community. This is May from Shopify and I'm more than happy to give you some insights.
For having your store open for 10 days, you are getting quite a lot of traffic, so great job on that! Now, let's look into how you can improve your conversion. Usually, when I am shopping online, the first thing I do is visit the website, briefly check out the products, and if I'm interested in buying, I'll be looking for the store's shipping and return policy. So, that was the first thing I did when I visited your store. I like how you keep your store looking clean and simple. After briefly looking at the home page and saw some products, I proceed to look for your shipping information and return policy. For most consumers, this will be the determining factor whether or not they will make a purchase. Most visitors will look for this information either on the menu, or on the footer of the page. Though I later on found this information in your product descriptions, I still recommend creating a page or two dedicated to shipping information such as cost and handling time, as well as a return policy and add it to your menu. I found this article on how to implement a return policy that appeals to your customers. Feel free to check it out!
I also noticed that I can't dismiss the 'cookie bar' when I was going to check out your footer. The button 'Got it' seems to be unresponsive. You might want to look into this, and contact the app developer if necessary.
Once you add these pages, you can remove this information from your product descriptions, to better optimize your product pages (i.e. avoiding customers from endless scrolls, and possibly cause the page to load slower). Speaking of product page, I think having the bundle feature is a brilliant idea! To better improve this section, I highly recommend going over our blog on Product Page Tune-Up: 9 Timeless Ways to Increase Conversion. This article will give you some tips to help you increase sales and revenue by improving your product page.
Since you are getting some traffic, looking into your analytics might be a good idea as well. I recommend taking advantage of our Shopify Analytics to see where your traffic are coming from and what traffic sources are converting into sales. Not only it can better help you understand your traffic source, it can also help you understand your visitors' behaviour, and use this information to improve your marketing strategy in the future. If you are interested, I recommend looking into our free course on Ecommerce Analytics for Beginners.
Those are some ways to boost your conversion. Let me know what you think! Feel free to visit our blog for more tips on business growth and marketing. If you have any other questions or concerns, just reply back to this post and I'll happily help.
I guess the number of items you have in your store can also influence whether a visitor will decide to buy from you or not.In order to successfully sell your products, you need to know who your ideal audience is and what they’re likely to want.Do they want a wide variety of choices, or do they prefer to have limited options?
The reason behind this may be concerned with bad traffic. Try to monitor your traffic & find out the source of your traffic. & you will find the reason for your low sales. All you need is a targetted traffic not tons of traffic which is not relevant to your niche. One more reason may be your landing page experience, may be there is poor customer poor experience that can cause your users to boost your conversions. Try Fizfy.com once and use tools like social proof notifications, recent sales notification etc. it will help you to build trust on your visitors.
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