Lots of traffic but no sales

Chad_Roberts
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Can someone critic my site www.bragfishingaustralia.com and give some feedback why Im getting lots of traffic but no conversions.

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lawrie___Messag
Excursionist
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Hi Chad

I think you should have an about us page, people want to know who they're dealing with.

4-6 weeks delivery time is going to be a problem whichever way you look at it. You'd have to be a tenth of the price of someone else for them to buy with that sort of delivery time.

I think you need a rethink on this personally. 

lawriesheridan101@gmail.com
Katerina
Pathfinder
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Hi Chad,

I agree with Lawrie, 4-6 weeks delivery is too much and "About us" page is a must. I've reviewed your store and I have a few more suggestions on what to improve:

Your logo is hard to read even on a desktop, I think you can enlarge it.

Social media links should be opened in a new tab as you need your potential customers to stay on your page and not to be redirected elsewhere. Here you can find how to do it.

You can remove the "Powered by Shopify" sign, here's how to do it.

I couldn't find any information on the shipping prices. Customers usually want to know the shipping fees before they reach the checkout so it might be useful to include it (or make it more visible if it's already there). The best way is to create a separate shipping page with all the necessary information.

If you manage to bring some traffic to your store but you don't have sales, you might want to try our app ROI Hunter Easy. It generates personalized ads with products your visitors left in the cart or have browsed. Sometimes, the visitors make a purchase immediately but usually, they need more than one visit to make a decision and it's good to remind them of your store.

Good luck!

Katerina

Chad_Roberts
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Thanks guys for the shipping would 2-3 weeks be better. Express shipping is expensive to australia so thought if made free be better.

 

I saw e-packets be 2 - 3

lawrie___Messag
Excursionist
87 0 4

Yes, 2-3 weeks is a vast improvement. Can it be guaranteed that it'll get there on time as you don't want cancellations as it can't be.

Not trying to be negative BTW.

 

 

 

 

lawriesheridan101@gmail.com
Chad_Roberts
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No the help is appreciated.

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Car_Care_Produc
Excursionist
50 0 13

hey Chad Roberts,

Before I suggest you anything, please let me know the traffic is organic or paid?

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Chad_Roberts
New Member
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Paid via fb and google ads. And a fb page with 2.4k follows

Jeremy_Robinso1
Pathfinder
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Reselling is a tough gig. Online you are competing almost entirely on price - and then once you've cleared that hurdle, you still need to earn trust, which is hard to establish, though it sounds like your facebook page gives you a head start. 

It is still possible to succeed with this model. Here's an article where I lay out the pros/cons as well as the success factors.

http://www.indiebrandbuilder.com/pros-cons-online-reseller-business-model/

Hope that helps!

Jeremy

 

 

I co-run www.soyoung.ca and share my experience in building a 7 figure brand at indiebrandbuilder.com
olivia262
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Try to lookk at your problem using other aspects. Why not to have a look at e-mail marketing? It iis a relatively cheap and effective method, delivering an offer to millions of users in a short period of time, but do not forget the correctly composed letter depends on the success of the campaign, in one of the articles about it is told https://reply.io/maximize-delivery-rate#1 I always tend to find smth new and it helps me grow! Good luck!

SumithraG
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Hey Chad,

I think you should also start trying out different ways to re-engage with your visitors. Because obviously, these people have more context about your products, an occasional nudge in reminding them about the products that they have viewed or new product launch in regards to the product they viewed before or offering a discount price on their recently viewed item might be a great way to bring them back. And repeat visitors are known for generating more sales and revenue than the first time visitors.

I work for PushCrew which is a web push notification platform that has helped a lot of e-commerce store owners in a similar scenario. There is a forever free version available. You can give it a try and let me know if this helps a bit.