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HOW DO I GET LOTS OF TRAFFIC/PEOPLE THROUGH MY SHOPIFY STORE!

sight4site
Tourist
4 0 2

Afternoon All 

I desperately need help .

How can I get lots and lots of traffic through my store please I have tried a few agents most of them don't know what they are doing.I used to get about 100 daily now about 20 or so.I need to get 200 and above daily.

Please help.

 

Regards

Fuad 

England 

Kudaisi
Replies 6 (6)
sight4site
Tourist
4 0 2

Hi.    

So how does this work..what do we need to do and cost ..We are only looking for a solution that works .Can we see the number of traffic going through your store if you have one.

 

Regards

Fuad

 

 

Kudaisi
flareAI
Shopify Partner
2405 223 533

Hello @sight4site,


Gina here from flareAI.

 

Can you share your store URL?

 

In general, organic search is more cost-effective in the long run. If you have an organic search result that gets the same number of clicks as an ad, the organic result will have a better ROI. While you may have spent time on the result, you won't have to pay for clicks, meaning your return is higher per click. By tapping into free sources of traffic, you’ll start generating a good amount of sales on your Shopify store.

 

You can follow the below strategies to drive traffic to your Shopify store.

 

1. Optimize your Shopify store for search engine traffic
One way to optimize your store is by adding Keywords which are the search terms that people use with the search engines and will be what guide you in your search engine optimization. Once you gather all relevant keywords that are relevant to your product and your niche market, begin using them all throughout your website like in Product Titles, Product Descriptions, Alt Tags on Images, and any other additional content.
2. Attract customers with content marketing
Just like your product descriptions will help attract visitors to your Shopify site, so will any other content on your website. A simple paragraph at the bottom of each category page with a lot of keywords that are likely used on search engines will do the trick.
3. Write guest posts for sites within your niche
The websites on the top of the search engine results pages likely have a lot of other websites linking to them. The more links pointing to your website, the better. Rather than wait for other websites to direct traffic to you through a link, it is easiest to offer to write a guest post for other blogs within your niche.
4. Write blog post features of influencers in your market
Another way to get more links and increase traffic to your online shop is by writing a blog post that features influencers in your niche market.
5. Integrate social media
Integrate social media into your website to receive all of the new traffic on social media.
6. Showcase your products with powerful text, images, and video
Your product description should be detailed and evocative. Include vital product specifications as well as a powerful story about the product. Commerce is built on great storytelling.

 

It is an amazing strategy for gaining visibility for your brand and ultimately increasing sales without having to rely so heavily on doling out money for a large marketing budget. You will get more organic sales when your products are found on free sales channels like Google Search and you will start getting order conversions for virtually zero cost. flareAI is a bot, so unlike traditional stuff, you don't need to do a thing. Apps & tools need you to learn skills, hire people and dedicate time to get stuff done. A bot is different, it does stuff for you saving you time & expense. flareAI works every day for you, tapping into Google Search and 20+ of the world's best & biggest free sales channels.

 

Hope this helps.


Gina
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sight4site
Tourist
4 0 2

Thank you Gina 

Our website

Is below

www.sightforsite.com

Also on Shopify 

Kudaisi
sight4site
Tourist
4 0 2
Rayshuggs
Globetrotter
561 35 83

Hello, I have had a look at your store and here are a few suggestions on how it could be improved.

1) Make use of a sticky header. This would make it easier for customers to navigate through the store. 
2) There should be customer reviews on the homepage. This would help build the interest and trust of the customers in the store.

3) Add a FAQ page on the homepage. This would help provide answers to questions that customers would most likely have about the store.

I wish you and your store the best of luck!

ReturnPrime
Shopify Partner
412 58 100

Hi, 

Organic traffic is the only medium to get sustainably good traffic. To start with you can do the below on your store :

1. Create a Site Hierarchy

Structuring your store not only makes it easier for customers to navigate, but it also makes it easier for Google to crawl each page and determine which ones are the most important. 

Create categories and subcategories that link back and forth. This will indicate to Google which pages should take priority and give context to each subcategory. Think about it like a map of your store that guides customers to the products they want. 

 

 

 

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2. Use Data-Driven Keyword Research 

Conducting and implementing keyword research will optimize your pages for the search terms customers are actually using. This attracts ready-to-buy shoppers and tells Google what your store is about. 

You don’t have to be a Shopify SEO expert to nail keyword research. Start by writing down a list of relevant keywords for each product and use the following tactics to add more: 

  • Check out the “People Also Search For” and “People Also Asked” boxes on Google
  • Explore Google’s autofill suggestions
  • Conduct competitor research to identify the keywords they are using 

Finally, run your extended list of keywords through a keyword research tool to identify which ones perform best and have a high number of searches with low competition. A Shopify-focused tool like Stackbear is a good place to start. 

3. Optimize Metadata

Once you have an assortment of keywords to hand, you can start to sprinkle them strategically throughout your store. Elements to focus on include your page meta descriptions, title tags, and URLs. 

When you optimize your metadata and incorporate keywords, Google is quickly able to see what each page is about and determine whether it’s relevant to searchers. 

4. Add Alt Text to Images

Shopify stores are very visual. Product images are not only engaging and an important part of the buying journey — they offer a key asset for optimization, too. Add alt text and descriptions that incorporate your researched keywords into your images to boost their ranking. 

Alternatively, you can use a Shopify SEO app like Alt Text that helps you populate your images with relevant, well-searched keywords. 

5. Start Blogging 

It might seem daunting, but blogging creates more opportunities for customers to find you, as well as increasing your ranking potential. The more pages you have, the more chance you have of showing up in searches. 

Target shoppers that aren’t quite ready to buy yet and nurture them towards the sale through valuable and engaging content. 

Blogging and content marketing on Shopify also generate backlink (links to your website from others) opportunities. The more backlinks you have, the better, since these are one of Google’s top three ranking factors

6. Incorporate Video and Engaging Media 

Create dynamic and engaging product pages with video, 360-degree photos, and customer reviews. These captivating assets boost the amount of time customers spend on site — but make sure your media is relevant. Cross-publishing your video content on YouTube can also give you an SEO boost.

The more engaging your product pages are, the more relevant Google is going to deem them. As a result, the search engine will push your store higher up the results. 

7. Optimize Site Speed

79% of shoppers who experience slow loading speeds won’t return to a site to buy again. More surprisingly, 47% of online shoppers expect a page to load in two seconds or less. That doesn’t give you a lot of time to impress.

If your store is slow, people aren’t going to stick around. This will indicate to Google that your site isn’t relevant to the search terms used and will lead to it being bumped down the search results. 

Increase site speed by choosing a fast Shopify theme, compressing images (you can use a Shopify SEO plugin like TinyIMG SEO Image Optimizer), and only installing the apps you need.