I was wondering if anyone can give me some feedback on my new online store. My store went online about a week ago I Started doing some Facebook adds but have only gotten 100 sessions so far and no sales. Any advice is greatly appreciated thanks in advance. https://warriormindstore.com/
Hi @Ricardos ,
Are you using Google Analytics? Or Heat maps? This is important because you could see of those 100 visits how many exited on the homepage, how many went into a collection page or landed on a product page...etc So you have an idea what and where to improve.
Do you have any abandoned shopping carts yet?
My personal suggestion here, it would be nice if on your home page the featured collections had a price listed like "Starting from $25". Or tell you if there's something new in that collection or even how many items are in that collection.
Congratulation for your store.
I’ve gone through your store and found that there are quite a few things missing on your store which if added can really make a lot of difference to the user experience, conversion rate and your overall sales. Here is a page-by-page/sectional review of your site:
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Umm, just thought I would point out - as I am not sure it is suppose to say that - but your red home page hoodie says "Failure is not on option" and one would think it would say "Failure is not an option"
Love your header - add links to your social here - any link pointing off site should always open in a new window. Your icons for search, account and shopping cart are - IMHO - not large enough. I'm old though, so the young kids may know exactly what all that is and have no problem dealing with it.
You have 3 collections on your home page - I have to scroll to see all three - they should be listed horizontal on a single row instead of vertical. By default, your site should list them vertical for mobile.
Your font selection for headers and especially content boxes is terrible. Far, far to small and difficult to read.
Your top nav (or you can include it in the footer) should have a contact link, a FAQ, and a page about your business - why do business with you.
Within your site, you need to build trust elements; product reviews (I use judge.me but there are others), social to include facebook, pinterest, instagram, twitter, youtube, etc....whatever is important to your social marketing strategy - connect them with your store, other things include secured by SSL, product guarantees, return guarantees, etc etc etc. You have to build trust and it starts with basics.
Think google shopping, they are listing products free right now in google shopping. You can learn more about that here: https://www.google.com/retail/get-started/
Microsoft has the same thing, but it is paid only. Advertise on Facebook. Pinterest has a better return than FB for dollars spent. Do not advertise, etc until your site is actually ready & tested unless doing A/B testing through google to test sticky rate and conversions.
Simplify checkout. The built in cart for shopify is a 3 step process - which is just a horrible checkout process....which is why you should offer 3rd party payment processes like Paypal or google, which is an express payment option and does not take 3 steps to checkout. While not available in the shopify app store due to shopify policy, there are some single page checkout carts available outside of shopify made for shopify that can reduce the checkout process to two steps.
Shopify offers a large selection of apps that can facilitate any number of things. Figure out what you need your site to do - make a list, and you can then ask for recommendations on apps that will do the most for the least - i.e. so apps can do a lot of different things which cuts the cost down considerably. Your needs will be different than someone elses. If you have small catalog, you don't need to manage a ton of sku's. My catalog is over 1000 unique products and growing, and I am considered small.
My two cents on the matter. Hope you get some good feedback.