what I noticed:
1- domain name (.online) is not what people used to .. people need to trust you to give you there money
use .com or .net its authentic and give the customer a sense of comfort.
2- too much pop ups .. I encountered 3 notifications right after I opened your website, this is no good
3- product page is very crowded , the customer don't need to know that much of details, in fact think about it like this, you are putting obstacles
in his process of buying your product.
and rating ?? it's not the right time to introduce rating in my opinion.. rating is judgement in which customer look at to help making decision
If rating is not saying "so other ppl tried this and liked it .. go ahead buy it, it's great" then it says the exact opposite.
the point is .. don't show empty ratings .. wait until you have loyal customers then add rating.
all of this are my personal opinion. you can agree or disagree with.
any how am available for any help .. by my email: email@example.com
The products you offer on your website are great. However, your site is missing some key elements you need to turn visitors into customers. Some of the areas include:
Here are some links to videos that could really help you out also
Hope these suggestions help. Reach out if you need anymore help.
Hi @LuvMeMore welcome to Shopify family
Must say you really have catchy products in your store, A couple of suggestions which might help you:
1. The website feels empty and lacks character, I think an addition of video to a landing page increases conversations by 80% evaluate your competitor’s website’s after browsing through a few of their websites, compare your findings to your own site.
2. Branded video content is likely to takeover consumers are 300% most likely to watch a video about a product rather than read a description.
3. Add a section of frequently brought/suggested items this will increase the product value and it will be reviewed as well.
4. Ensure that every products has large images in the product view that zoom to fill the browser window.
5. Engaging audience by writing blogs and promoting them on social media platforms will soidify your brand value in market. The consumer will think that you are the master of knowledge and are aware of everything.
6. The images on homepage are uneven a fix aspect ration for the images will be helpful.
7. Product badges are a great way to highlight specific products in your store so they stand out. Getting your customers to take notice of the best product offerings and promotions means your sales campaigns should be even more successful. You can even combine product badges with proven marketing techniques such as scarcity and social proof and your products should sell even faster.
(Attaching one of your product image as refernce)
I hope this helps!
Hello @LuvMeMore ,
I just had a look at your store, your store looks great. I have a few suggestions for you, hope they might help you.
I hope our feedback helps you.
You have a beautiful online store and I can imagine how frustrating it must be to not get any traction. However, building traction and trust on any store takes a bit of time and consistent effort. So, don't lose hope.
Meanwhile, here are a few things that I believe can help you:
Beyond that, you can always make improvements to your website. My best tactic is to see what your competition is doing and try to imitate that by making it your own and relevant to your brand.
Here are a few more resources that I think can help you (these are extremely relevant to eCommerce):
That is very frustrating, and I’m sorry that you have to go through the disappointment of running a paid campaign only to get no conversions from it. You have a lot of great advice in here, and I’ll add my feedback as well.
Before we even start, I want to stress the importance of using visitor behavior to understand what’s going on. Look at heatmaps (to see where people click) and session recordings (to watch what happened during a visit). It will help you see what your visitors experience and what’s stopping them from completing a sale. It also will help you evaluate your changes you make to evaluate if it fixed the conversion barrier or not.
This is where you’re going to get the most return on using heatmaps and session recordings in particular. Again, watch how they navigate through your story. Do desktop visitors use your top level navigation and not the hamburger menu? What about your mobile visitors? I see on mobile that you use both navigation menus, which isn’t necessary. For mobile in particular stuck with the hamburger menu.
I noticed a few more things:
For reference, I’m looking at Casual Cartoon Print Multi-color Maxi Dress.
I know this can be a popular layout for some Shopify stores, but it’s not working with your store. The photos are very blurry, and they would do better in a smaller size and featured on the left with the check-out information on the right.
Minnie, you have a great store here. It just needs some tweaking, and you’re headed in the right direction. For your Facebook ads, segment your heatmap data and session recordings to see just that traffic. It’s good to start with your store, but you may also want to check your audience as well.
In the end, visitor behavior is going to be the insight you need to find out what’s causing people to abandon your site before converting. Lucky Orange has heatmaps, session recordings, live chat and more with a free trial (no credit card needed) and plans that start US $10/month.
I hope this helps! Good luck!