https://www.afisu.com/ <---Here is my store, any insignificancy of my store?
I pay hard to design my online store, but nobody wants to explore more on my website, is it only me think that my store is attractive and professional?
Before I started this, I discovered there are several of the stores are selling posture corrector. Why can't I stand out among them?
Also, I run several Facebook ads, I got the impression and reach. But not that much people click into my link. What audience should I target on? I still running the conversion test, but what next?
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There are so many reason. But to design a good website, here is some tips:
Improve your page speed
Your page loading time is key for good user experience and by far the most important factor when it comes to Conversion Rate Optimization. There are many tools to check your page speed, for example: Google Lighthouse
It already gives you a recommendation about the parts, which need to be improved. I would suggest outsourcing this task.
Reduce your images
The size of your images is the most important factor when it comes to page speed optimization. There are a couple of plugins to help you with that.
Do a proper QA
Check your site on all devices, screen sizes and browser engines.
Send your existing Customers an Email once in a while
They say it is 9 times cheaper to sell something to an existing customer than acquiring a new one. Because they know you and are willing to pay for the things you have to offer. So whenever you add a new product or run a promotion you can simply reach out to them via email.
Optimize your recommendations
You can find plugins to optimize your upselling game on Shopify. I can tell you that upsells tend to work much better than cross-sells because the customer is already committed to purchasing your product
Kill your sliders
Don’t use slider images on your front page they are bad for conversions. Just believe me on this one.
This is my favourite test – get a fresh pair of eyes to look at your site, turn off the screen after 5 seconds and ask them what your site was about. If they cannot answer it -> rework your site!
Setup Google Analytics
You need good data to make informed decisions. You should focus on your page value, this tells you how much each page or post on your page is worth to you. Do the 80/20 rule, focus on pages that convert.
Get started with AB Testing
Once you set up Google Analytics you can use their Optimization Suite: Google Optimize to run your first AB Testing Experiments.
Become a better copywriter
Most newbies forget that the product copy is important. In an Instagram, everyone thinks pictures are key and they are, but before someone buys a product he wants to know who is he buying from, what are the order conditions and what are the product DETAILS.
Use the Art of Persuasion
Your images and your ad copy should be persuasive.
Watch your visitor
Use Hotjar. It’s the best tool, you can simply set up a tracking and watch you, customer, how he behaves on your site. You can also do Heatmaps which show you where people click and how deep down they scroll on your page.
The setup is free and it gives you 100 recordings for free. Plus some Heatmaps. You can also do a poll or survey with Hotjar, see my next point.
And we also developed an app called About Abandoned Cart Web Push. You can find it in Shopify stores. It will increase your conversation too.
This is Maria from AskBeat. First of all, your store looks very professional and responds good both on computers and mobile devices. Good job :)
So, a couple of things from my side:
1. I noticed that your visitors cannot find clear information on shipping costs, delivery times, return policy and contact information
2. Generate a potential customers email pool
3. Your advertising campaign should be targeted to your Customers Personas. So you need to create and run a different campaign for each of your Customers Personas
4. Don't overlook SEO, if you want your store to show up in the results of the search engines and get organic traffic. SEO may seem hard, as it requires your continuous and long-term commitment; yet, it's the only way in getting organic visitors in your store.
When you have paying customers:
Don't forget to always follow-up with them, after they've placed an order. Their feedback will help you with optimizing the customer experience and thus with possibly growing your customers base. Ask them what they think about your store by sending them a post-purchase NPS customer satisfaction survey.
Wish you all the best,
To know on how to successfully sell your product you should first know the BASICS. This is what we call the Art Of Selling. To understand more the basics, I publish an e-book to establish yourself as an authority in your niche so you become the go - to person. I call this e-book "The Art Of Selling".
By the way, if you are interested you can visit the link below.
Hope it can help you sell your product successfully and God Bless.
Hi @TLHin welcome to Shopify community
Hope your business is going well during these difficult times. I checked your store website, and I have a few tips and feedback I'd like to share,
1. Build confidence by using social proof: Social proof comes in many forms. They can be reviews, trust badges, customer testimonials, videos, ratings, etc. Customers are more likely to trust you when you have social proofs that establish you’re a reputable brand other people are already buying from.
------> Reviews: Get more reviews in your products, this is for shoppers to gain some confidence in buying from your store. To know more about how to ask for reviews politely, you can read it here.
------>Add trust badges and trust seals: One of the easiest things you can do to make your e-commerce site more trustworthy is to add trust badges, this will make them feel more comfortable making a purchase. You can read about it here
2. Add a favicon to your website. It will help you strengthen your brand and to add a polished look to your website.
3. Website Navigation: The product catalog is broken down into different collections & categories, a simple call-to-action on customer support/forms that try to convert website visitors to newsletter subscribers.
Website Technical and Legal Information: Terms and Conditions, Refund and Return Policy,
FAQ: Answer some of the most common questions customers have related to your products, payment, shipping, return, and refund.
Security & Credibility: Showcase your awards, security certificates, and badges to demonstrate to visitors that your website is trustworthy.
4. Adding product stickers/trust badges can help increase your sales by tapping into powerful psychological triggers such as scarcity, social proof, and urgency. Also having graphic and personalised stickers on products will help grab attention of customers easily and nudge them to purchase. (I have added an image as reference. If you do like it, then check out more sticker packs here)
I hope this helps!