Hey Blenderu Tumbler,
"Homepage is the key area of the user journey of any ecommerce store".Hence, it needs to be "eye-catching" in order to convince the user to buy. Pay attention to the below tips to improve your sales rate:
All the best!
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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Lot of good ideas from @MS-WEB-DESIGNER that I agree with to improve your conversion rates.
Another thing to consider is the quality of your traffic.
Did you create some random FB ads yourself, or did you hire an expert to dial in laser targeted audiences that match with your brand?
4 days isn't enough data to test, but in general I don't like FB ads much for ecommerce, unless you're doing a big promotion.
I prefer Google Ads / Google Shopping if your goal is to sell products.
hey there.. i want that strawberry smoothie man :)
1. Ok now the main for low sales could be just this - if you have only 1 product, then entice me with recipes! Show me a video of an amazing set of 5-6 things i can make in blenderu in one go, and once I am hooked then make me buy, Engage me with content here, recipes and amazing food shots.
I think that will change the game. Otherwise, you have great aesthetics and why should someone NOT buy this? I just need to be obsessing over enough of the smoothies.
2. Also a subscribe button for recipes? and send me recipes every week! I will end up buying eventually.
3. Urgency! Show me that others r buying or that the product is "trending now" or "running low in stock". Some kind of stickers like that will definitely help a lot. Easy apps in shopify store to help with that!
Let me knowif this works out.
Honest to god, count me in if you start sharing recipes :)
Google Ads have a higher conversion rate in most cases.
They also target people with intention on shopping (especially if you're using Google Shopping).
Google Shopping recently became free.
If you have a super innovative or unique product, social media can be good because of the potential for viral shares, but for most ecommerce businesses I've worked with, non-social media ads perform better.