Thanks for reaching out today. I think your store is shaping up quite nicely. One of the things that stood out to me that could be improved upon was the organization of your product photo's within the collection pages.
When you import products into your store, Oberlo and Aliexpress are generally going to bring those stock photos that will vary in how they are showcasing their products. When your collection has a variety of products that don't share the same continuity with the photos, it can take away from the professionalism of the store and make the page look overly busy. What you'll want to do if you set all of the default photo (1st photo) for each product to be as similar as possible. Here is an example website that does a good job keeping their product photo background in sync.
For example, if most of your suppliers offer a photo of the product with a white background, set them as your default product photos. I took a screenshot here to illustrate further. To arrange your product photos, you will want to go into each product and drag the photo you want as the default to the front. I've created a screen capture to show you how.
Let me know if that helps! If there is anything else I can help you with, please let me know.
Though the first impression of the store is good but still, I can confront you with some of the things in a very simple way, it will help you in improving UI and overall functionalities to become more user-friendly and eventually leads to sales.
Hope the feedback serves you in an appropriate manner.
Hey congratulations on opening such a great store, honestly I like it a lot, but I think there might be a couple things you could consider changing.
After carefully reviewing I don't see a blog. A blog could be used to drive more traffic to your store, and you could also use it to recommend potential products that your customer could buy.
I wasn't able to find a FAQ section. Customers often times will want a lot of information before they make a decision to purchase. Adding an FAQ section with information about things like shipping rates, returns, and anything else relevant can help your customer more easily make a decision to purchase
One thing to consider is adding a sense of urgency. By using urgency, you can make your visitors feel like they are missing out unless they order immediately. The 'Fear of Missing Out' that they experience, will increase your ability to convert them into buyers. One app that can help you with that is https://apps.shopify.com/better-countdown . It really can make a big difference in getting your customers to buy from you
After carefully reviewing I don't see an always visible buy button. Your buy button is the most important button on your site and it should always be within the thumbs reach of the customer. Take a look at your store (especially on your phone), and try to easily find your buy button, especially when you are on the bottom of the page. If your buy button isn't always visible you are making it harder for your customer to buy. Consider adding https://apps.shopify.com/better-sticky-checkout-button-increase-your-sales , it will help it make it easier for your customer to buy from you.
Overall your store looks really good, I think with just a little bit of time and effort you'll be able to create a really awesome store!
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