Why am I not getting sales despite running ads and SEO?

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Hello everyone,

I hope you are all doing good. 

I am not getting sales even I am running ads and also done seo as well but not getting sales. Can anyone help me?

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Shopify Staff
2434 455 410

Hey @A_H_.

Thanks for reaching out. 
Could you share your online store URL for us to take a further look? 
I did want to bring to your attention that you can connect your online store to various social media platforms using the available Sales Channels. It is a great way to reach a larger audience. 
Looking forward to your response.

Ollie | Social Care @ Shopify 
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Shopify Staff
2434 455 410

Hey @A_H_,
Thanks for the quick response. 
Looking into your online store, I noticed that you are using the announcement bar to inform your visitors of a free shipping offer. What do you think about including a discount code in the announcement? It can create more of a buyer incentive and encourage a purchase.
While I was looking at your product pages, I did want to bring to your attention that you have images listed in the product descriptions. You could add these images as Product Media to reduce the amount of scrolling on the product pages. I took a screenshot of the section I am referring to: 
Additionally, you can add Product Reviews to allow your customers to share their experience. This can provide buyers with an extra sense of security knowing they can provide their feedback. 
Let me know what you think. 

Ollie | Social Care @ Shopify 
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Shopify Partner
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Hello @A_H_,


This is Gina from flareAI app helping Shopify merchants get $7Million+ in sales from Google Search, on autopilot.

I'm sorry to hear that your Shopify store is having sales issues. The problem could be caused by a number of things. Here are some guidelines to assist you spot potential issues and enhance the efficiency of your store.

* Analyze your website traffic
Use tools like Google Analytics to understand your website's traffic patterns. Check the number of visitors, bounce rate, and the most visited pages. Low traffic or high bounce rates could indicate issues with your ads, SEO, or website design.

* Review your ad campaigns
Examine your advertising strategies to ensure they are effectively targeting your audience. Make sure you're using the right keywords, demographics, and interests to reach your potential customers. Consider A/B testing different ad variations to see what works best.

* SEO audit
Reevaluate your SEO efforts to make sure you're optimizing your website for relevant keywords and search intent. Use tools like SEMrush or Moz to identify opportunities for improvement. Optimize your product descriptions, meta tags, and headings with relevant keywords.

* Website design and user experience
Ensure your website is visually appealing, easy to navigate, and mobile-friendly. Slow-loading pages or a complicated checkout process can deter potential customers. Test your website on different devices to ensure a smooth user experience.

* Product selection and pricing
Assess whether your products meet the needs and interests of your target audience. Consider adjusting your pricing strategy if you find it's affecting your sales negatively.

* Customer reviews and trust factors
Encourage customer reviews and testimonials to build trust with potential buyers. Positive reviews can significantly impact purchasing decisions. Also, display trust badges and secure payment options to reassure customers.

* Offer promotions or discounts
Limited-time promotions or discounts can create a sense of urgency and drive sales. Experiment with different offers to see what resonates with your audience.

* Social media presence
Leverage social media platforms to engage with your audience, promote your products, and build a community. Social media can play a significant role in driving traffic to your store.

* Email marketing
Build an email list and use email marketing campaigns to keep potential customers informed about new products, promotions, and updates. Email marketing is a powerful tool to nurture leads and convert them into customers.

* Competitor analysis
Study your competitors to identify areas where you can differentiate your store and offerings. Understand what unique value you can provide to customers that your competitors may be lacking.

* Customer support and feedback
Ensure you have reliable customer support in place to address any inquiries or issues promptly. Listen to customer feedback and make improvements based on their suggestions.

* Persistent effort and patience
Building a successful e-commerce business takes time and dedication. Be persistent with your marketing efforts and give your strategies time to yield results.

Keep in mind that every store is different, so what works for one store may not work for another. Be willing to adjust to shifting market trends and customer preferences, experiment with new strategies, and keep a close eye on your store's performance. Long-term success depends on learning from your data and consumer interactions.

I trust this will be of benefit to you.


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I am no marketing expert, and the people below have given good advice, but if you are struggling to convert people who view your site, you could add a plugin where customers can talk to you if they have questions. I bet you would learn a lot just by talking to the customers directly.


This app is free and allows prospective customers to ask questions like they are talking to a personal shopper:


This app has some free plans but offers text based chat.


I'm sure there are others, as well.