So much great information here already. Thank you!
We launched our store exactly a month ago. We have anywhere between 50 and 150 visitors a day, depnding on how much advertising we do on a particular day. We've had several unique sales from people we don't know, but our conversion rate is only at 0.2%.
I would appreciate any input you may have on how to improve our conversion rate.
Our store is www.princie.com
Thank you in advance
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Great. Please share your result with others
Thanks for all the tips!
I would love some feedback on my shop as it is not performing as expected. We spent nearly a year developing a great following on instagram. I feel like we were properly positioned, but no one is converting. Any tips or thoughts would be helpful.
Running an online business is difficult yes but it's not impossible. Biggest misconception online business owners have is that just having a site will draw in traffic and make the sales. Absolutely not. There are thousands of ideas that the owners need to consider and apply them towards your business strategies.
SEO, Social Media, Email, Back Links, Hash Tags, SMS, etc etc. But the most important part of your Marketing strategy has to do with your PRODUCT and PRICING.
You can have all the traffics you want but if the buyers aren't interested or the price is just too high. You will not make the sale.
Tune down your price and get the products that are up to date in trend. Keep your products organized and reorganized weekly.
Do your research. It's easiler than you think.
We offer amazing apparel for the amazing low prices.
do you get enough traffic to your shop?
You are carrying a very limited inventory (and in small quanitites). E.g., going to Denim and finding only one item listed does not give many options to customers and make your shop look "empty". Tae's advice about stocking the latest in competitive prices is very good.
I won't put 'INSTA SHOP" first in the menu ... it is confusing to non-insta visitors.... some items there do not have a Shop button,,,, and of course the prices are not shown in my selected currency. So not a good show case to be at the top of your menu.
The shop design looks nice but a bit too heavy: loading times can be long and some devices will experience instances of momentary browser freeze. Given the very heavy home page, I was surprised to see that the catalogue page has no thumbs.
Good luck with your shop!
One last thing I forgot to mention: Splashing a pop-up as soon as somebody comes to your shop, it is certain that will make quite a few visitors to run away before they even view your products. That's the negative effect of that "give me your email" popup. If you think about it, there is no positive effect: Nobody will give you their email before spending some time on your e-shop to see if they are interested in your products..
So, if you still want ot keep the pop-up sho it later when you are certain that the visitor has spent time at your shop and it may be insterested.
I'm Amman from Bamboocid.com, and I havent gotany sales yet. I'm looking for different strategies to bring in revenue. Im a 14 year old entreprenuer, so any feedback and tips regarding my website will be highly appreciated :). I have tested facebook ads so far, but had no luck with that.