Thank you for sharing your message, I would be happy to offer you some suggestions for building your store traffic.
An important factor in building traffic and building trust with customers is having an easy-to-use and professional website, I would love to have a link to your shop so I could provide you with some feedback on it?
There are a few things you can look into when trying to generate more traffic to your store, you can reference this information in this fantastic guide on Increasing website traffic here:
This guide includes 20 high impact tactics for driving traffic to your shop, some ideas you could look into specifically are:
Another factor that comes into play with traffic is how you are marketing and promoting your store, are you currently running any advertising or promotions for your shop? No matter if you are selling online or in person, developing a marketing plan can help you choose the right marketing tactics for you and your store. You can see marketing recommendations and create marketing options and automation directly from your Marketing page in Shopify:
I would suggest checking out our helpful guides on Developing a marketing plan if this is something you have yet to do with your shop.
A great resource you could take advantage of is our Free online courses on our Shopify compass website here, including great tutorials and walkthroughs for the Shopify platform, including this great course on Generating more traffic to your Shopify store.
I hope some of these suggestions give you some more ideas that you can implement moving forward, please feel free to reach back out here with any questions you may have, we are always happy to chat!
There are a few things that can attract not only organic traffic but quality traffic that will convert.
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What are some strategies you've tried, and what have you learned from them? Have you considered discussing this with other sellers/merchants—comparing your results, insights and learnings can often be helpful to get better ideas and understand why something didn't work.