I recently started a store with custom hoodies and t-shirts design. The problem is that I have low traffic and zero sales. I started it yesterday and had 60 sessions. I run Facebook ads and I promote it on 2 instagram pages. I made a facebook page and an instagram page for shop. I even run a promotion from instagram for a post with a product. I know it had 2 problems: doesn't have an about me page and a contact page but I will do that in a short period of time. But i don't think these are such big problems. My website . And yea, I will ad more products in the future. So I want to know what are the problems with my shop. Thank you in advance!
In ecommerce, getting sales is no joke especially, if you have recently set up a store. You need to wait till you grab the right customer traffic ultimately, leading to loads of sales. So, it will take time for you as well to acquire the same. However, some areas for you to work on are as follows:
Hope your store starts gaining customer traffic and sales very soon.
Congratulations for your store.
Hope Few suggestions will help you:
1. Optimize your page loading speed for Mobile
2. Go for other design
3. Make a logo
Add Collection List
Add Popular Products
Optimize your product page with information
Use Facebook and instagram Store for more sale
Add Blog Sections
There are other areas you need to work. Need help please meet our expert here: https://www.task4store.com/
Thanks & Regards
MS Web Designer
Thank you for getting in touch and for sharing your store with us here! I agree with much of the advice given by the members above, especially with regards to ensuring all written English on your website is stellar and adding a favicon to the website. You certainly want to make sure your brand imagery is clear and optimized for the site.
My biggest recommendation would be to halt ads until the website is in a better shape, and you are happier with the way it looks. If the website is not in its best state, money you are spending on ads may be wasted and that's less capital you will have to invest when you have made improvements down the line. You mentioned not having About and Contact pages; these are absolutely essential and I'd suggest making them a priority before trying to drive more traffic to the site. I'd recommend checking out our How to Build a Top-Notch Contact Us Page for Your Online Store blog, which provides plenty of details on how to create a superb contact page for your store.
It might also be worth waiting until you have added more products to the store before running more ads, as at the moment the store looks quite empty and lacking in choice. I like the work you've done with the existing products, especially with the addition of a size guide, but do think you should adjust your pricing slightly to make it more consistent. For example, let's take a look at the products on the homepage:
Once price ends in .84, another in .98, and the third one in .43. This is inconsistent and can look unprofessional; I would suggest altering the prices to fit a more clear pricing structure. An example of this might be having all products be rounded to the nearest dollar, or .99, with sale products listed as ending in .95 or .50. This is just an example, but it's a small change that can increase the legitimacy of your store.
I hope this feedback, along with the notes others have provided, proves to be a help to you. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Victor | Shopify Social Care
Hey @Narcis , welcome to Shopify family
Tip: I suggest you try adding some kind of stickers to showcase stuff like trending, running out fast, back in stock, hot seller etc. Apps in Shopify app store can help with this by making the process very easy & simple. Also having some more trending or sale products in Home page will quickly grab customers attention. This will help you to grab customer attention & nudge faster purchase decisions
Try out this and let me know if you want any further help, I'm always happy to help.
PS: CoVid offer for all stores at https://community.shopify.com/c/COVID-19-Partner-Offers/Free-Credits-for-In-Store-Conversion-Sticker...