I launched my e-commerce site in the middle of July. I've had visitors but no sales yet; it's a process and takes time. I was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to look at my website www.bubblegumfabrics.com and provide me with some feedback to make it even better.
Many thanks! Maxine
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Congratulation for your store. I have gone through your store and hope the following suggestion will help you.
1. Optimize your store loading speed for mobile and desktop
2. Need to work on design
3. Optimize your product landing page
4. Optimize your store for SEO
5. Add policies pages at footer
6. Use Facebook and Instagram Shop for sale
7. Add blog section
There are other areas you need to work
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Thank you for sharing. So you’re generating traffic, but you’re not getting any sales. It's a good thing actually. Not convinced? Let’s take a step back for a moment. Sure, on the one hand you’re not making any sales, but let’s look at the positives here. It's an opportunity.Something is obviously going right. People actually care enough about your brand or your marketing to visit your website. But we still need to turn that traffic into sales.The issue that you are facing is very common among Eccommerce sellers and it’s one which we’re sure you can solve.
What you can do to solve this problem?
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I just had look into your website.
You need to provide your company/store details in your store, I mean you have to add About us page and contact page in your store. It is a chance where your visitors get to know your company.
You can add your store policies like refund and privacy in the footer part or header part of your store under home page, having a well-thought-out return policy clearly displayed in your store is key to attracting and keeping your customers. Simply You should give confidence to your customers.
And You can Implement Testimonials, Testimonials are key to building trust online, especially if you’re selling a product or service. When you have a happy customer or reader, consider asking them to give you a testimonial. Then feature a few of them prominently on your sales page.
Why not add a blog to your store?
Blog can be utilized for anything that includes conveying or distributing data on the World Wide Web.
So i advise you to place your blog in your store, And your store looking Awesome.
You can post your items on Instagram and Facebook it helps for to increasing the sales.
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Right now your website has no chance to get sales. Its lacking lots of key elements you need to convert visitors into sales. Some of those things are
I love the collection page list in the catalog and your logo. It looks like you're really passionate about this business. It would be great to see you do great things online. I'll private message you something I think you really help you out.
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Your store looks nice and the products are different.
I have reviewed your website briefly and here are some of my feedbacks that you can implement on the site easily.
I hope my feedback will help you converting visitors into customers.
May it rains customers and orders,
Thankyou for accepting solution.Happy to help you.
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