would like some feedback on my site

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i am building my first real website with shopify.  I have used several apps to give the custom functionality I need without paying too much.  I am planning on adding many more products.  I probably need more help with marketing than with actual design or functionality as I think I have been able address most issues I have found.  But, perhaps others viewing the site will see problems I don't recognize.  Thank you.  www.stickerbasement.com


Your site is very clean. I like it.


You could work on some of the banner images, such as the cancer awareness sticker banner, which looks blurry.


Your product images do not align on your Products page. I would suggest making your images all square, so they align. This will make the Products page more fluid. Our other app, the Photo Resize app, can help. https://apps.shopify.com/photo-resize-by-pixc. Check it out. The first 150 images you resize are free.


I would suggest adding an About Us page and a Contact Us page. These help establish trust.


I would also suggest making your social media links open on a new tab, so you don't drive traffic away from your site.


Check out Shopify's marketing checklist for entrepreneurs: https://www.shopify.com/blog/make-your-first-sale. There are both free and paid marketing tips that you can find. I'm sure you'll find it helpful.


Good luck!

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Hi there,


Your homepage is engaging and inviting to browse further. You have put a lot of work into your website - it's clear to se. One suggestion - the featured products al seem to have identical images:Screen Shot 2019-03-29 at 09.26.03.png

Consider giving different images to each item. I undestand the main difference is in the size of the sticker, however they all look the same size. Working on this will help you with conversion and trust. 

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