Hey there @Yunus1 ! Your store looks perfectly fine mate! And it's natural that you're having abandoned carts .. but it's not a very good thing either! Here is what I'd suggest you do.
1. There are several apps that are into retargeting customers who have abandoned carts in our store. You can use them to reach out to them.
All you need to do is, reach out to your customers and communicate with them. Maye a sudden price drop is what they are expecting? Maybe the phone is not available in the options? Abandoned carts call for rigorous communication between you and customers!
You can also start a campaign on social media!
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You're store looks very interesting!
I hope this helps you! Stay safe and all the best!
I am Richard, CRO expert from #PageFly. Congratulations for your traffic increase! 10% is impressive number and I believe that you are getting closer to conversion boost. After having a look at your store, I have some suggestions for you:
Add "Buy it now" button just next to "Add to cart" button.
You should understand your customers'journey. In fact, the buying decision can be made and changed just in a second. Unlike "Add to Cart" button, "Buy it now" button leads customer straight to check out. The button is like a shortcut for buying one of your products. By hitting "Buy it now" button, your customers might skip some steps such as: "Add to cart" and "Review the cart" which can cause their hesitation. Thus, complexity is removed and you sell products without disrupting customers experience. The little button is really a game-changing one.
Use accordion for the size options
Accordion is such a clever way to pack lots of information into small space. In your product page, size options invade to much space so visitors have to scroll down to see product details. This is unnecessary and get customer confused. Combined with image, product details is your main way to impress your customer then "push" them to make purchase. It should be put in the eye-catching place. Furthermore, the size accordions allows you to arrange your size options from small to large. This improves customer buying experience pretty much.
Notify customers on your sale
I would recommend you to inform your customers right from the homepage because it's where they start their buying journey with you. They might enter to your store on a fence of buying something and suddenly a pop-up hits them with xx% discount or special offer which will be gone soon. This creates a rush on purchasing. Therefore, don't miss out that chance to convert traffics into sales.
I hope my recommendations with help you with your store improvement.
Have a great day and good luck with your business.