Karlie here from the Shopify Guru Team! While I can appreciate you wanting feedback on your website, I would have to let you know that this forums platform is intended for Shopify users and people who have built their websites using the Shopify platform. If you did decide to use the Shopify platform to run your store and sell products, then I would be happy to offer some guidance here.
Let me know if you have any questions and I would be happy to help!
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I'm getting clicks, but no sales on my store, www.treatme100.com. Karlie, if you could please look at it and give me anything that you've got for it, please, that would be totally helpful. Like:
- is it believable?
Karlie here again! Glad to help offer you some feedback on your storefront. After navigating through your storefront; there are a few minor changes that I can see which could help your store stand out and improve the over-all professional feel of your website. Every detail and element of your storefront can contribute to your brand identity, so it's important to focus on the smaller details.
Logo: The graphic that you've chosen is great. It stands out, it's clear to see what the image is and what it represents. However, the text you have under your logo is a little unnecessary and a little hard to read. My suggestion would be to remove “Here’s to a more beautiful you!” and to change the font of 'Treat Me 100' to a font that is easier to read. I would actually recommend refraining from using any script-like fonts on your storefront all together. Choosing a simple, bolder font can help with aesthetics and legibility. Take a look at our blog post about why fonts matter, here. A good rule of thumb is to use only 1-2 fonts throughout your storefront.
Images: Your slideshow image, ‘TREAT ME 100 SKIN TEST’ graphics and product images appear a bit blurry. Small details like these can be a massive change to the look of your website and can effect sales and traffic. You’ll want to make sure that all of your images are higher in resolution so that you don’t have any blurry or pixelated images on your online storefront.
Social Proof: I can see that you’re trying to incorporate social proof in your storefront by the use of pop-up windows, reviews, and extra graphics. Incorporating too many pop-up windows and extra marketing graphics can congest your storefront and drive customers away. I would just recommend narrowing down these extra elements on your homepage. There are different ways you can incorporate social proof into your website. Check out this article for a more in-depth look at how to use social proof on your storefront.
Overall, your website is off to a great start. All of the necessities are there and I find that your website is very easy to navigate and it's simple to find products and information. Focusing on changing up the aesthetics of your storefront would be an excellent first step for you. There are a couple of blog post that I would suggest checking out for some tips, advice and inspiration. Be sure to check out Customizing Your Shopify Theme: How to Use Images, Colors, and Fonts and Video: The 4 Fundamentals of Ecommerce Store Design.
I hope this helps, but feel free to reply if you have any other questions.
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