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A bit of traffic but no sales

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HI. Ive created my shopify store and I'm not getting any sales. These are things I've done. 

  • FB ads to see what interests, genders, locations are popular with the product.
  • Logo.
  • CTA.
  • Easy to navigate site.
  • If someone leaves something in cart (sending an email reminder)
  • upsell/cross-sell/
  • perks for customers if they sign up to emails £xyz off an order.
  • Photos.


The things I think I'm doing wrong.

No credibility ie no followers on FB & Insta. (Ive been posting, liking other peoples photos, follow some accounts.)


I dont want to keep spending money on ADS if I wont be getting ANY sales at all, im willing to carry on putting money in ads if im going to get some sales at least. I know its possibility to work with Instagram influencers as well but again thats more money put in when none is coming out


Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks. Oh I forgot. Heres my website.



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Shopify Partner
743 68 265

Hello @thehoundhabitat 

Hope you are doing good. Your store looks nice and here are few suggestions.

  • Add a Favicon, which helps to find your store when customer had multiple tabs in their browser.
  • Add few products  with ATC(add to cart) on the homepage.
  • Display testimonials/reviews on the homepage.
  • Include blog page, Blog posting will allow you to show your followers a personal side of your business. In this way you can engage with Existing and New customers.
  • Promote your product on social platforms and provide those links on footer section
  • Make social links open on new tab.
  • Add terms, shipping and refund/return policies on footer menu.
  • There is no terms and conditions checkbox at checkout. I suggest you to install an app from shopify app store which provides 'I agree to the Terms and Conditions' before checkout .As it makes easy for the customer to read your terms and policies.
  • You can also sell your products on Etsy marketplace as it is very good platform to sell unique, handmade and Vintage goods . If you are already selling on Etsy store consider our Etsy Integration app in the shopify app store. Etsy is a Huge marketplace for selling creative goods such as art & collectibles, crafts & supplies, jewellery &accessories and more,  if you have any unique/handmade/vintage goods in your store, you can give further exposure to your products.
Shopify Partner
4498 742 2088

Hi @thehoundhabitat    

This is PageFly - Free Landing Page Builder. I would love to provide my recommendation for your store about the store design based on 5 years of providing solutions for about 100.000 active Shopify merchants.

So I have just gone through your website and here are some of my thoughts about your store in terms of user experience and page design

Plus points:

  • Your page layout is quite clear and page content is concise
  • You have a sticky bar which makes navigating through the site easier

That being said, I would like to give you some suggestions for improvement. Hope you find it valuable.

  • Homepage:

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Add testimonial - customer reviews

Trust is crucial when it comes to buying online. You can consider buy add some testimonials or review to the home page. This should establish trust with your first-time visitors. It’s even better if you can add photo or social proof.

Rearrange the image and and test

In this section below, you can make the image to have the same height and or add more space to the heading.  


  • Product listing page:

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Have secondary hover images for the product list

Provide extra visual information will help customer have a better understanding of the product with just a simple action. This help to trigger customers’ interest and allow them to have a better buying decision.


Add average ratings for each product

​​You should include both the user rating average and number of ratings on the product list items. This is one of the crucial elements for users’ purchasing decisions. They will rely on both to decide whether they should explore further a product.


  • Product Page

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Use product images with higher quality

I love that you include many product images in the product page. However, some images are kind of blurry. I think you can improve your image quality for higher page aesthetic.


These are some articles that might give you new ideas for your store:

Personalize Your Product Listing Page

Personalize Your Homepage:

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Above are some of my initial thoughts on your store and I hope you find something helpful. If you are still looking for a tool to build a great website, I hope you can try our product: PageFly Landing Page Builder.

If these feedbacks about the homepage and collection page are helpful, please give me a "like". Thank you so much and I hope your business is successful!




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Shopify Partner
570 4 66


Here are three main things you should take a look at first: your data, checkout experience, and site speed.

Understand your data

If you know why you’re not getting conversions, you can easily know what to solve. Data gives you access to the why. Thanks to data analytics you can determine which product page you need to optimize.

Analytics can help you determine your flow of traffic, how well your pages are converting, and which ones are not. 

Understanding your data first is crucial in converting your traffic to sales. Without this, you’ll just end up making changes on your site based on assumptions. 

Make it easy for your customers to checkout

Now that you know where your traffic is coming from, it’s time to take a look at how easy it is for your shoppers to actually make a purchase from your store.

The goal here is to inform the shopper and show them all they need to know to make a confident decision.

Picture this scene: you’re browsing an online store and once you’re ready to checkout, a popup form asking you to sign up appears out of thin air. 

Chances are you’ll just leave.


Here’s how you can optimize your checkout process:

  • Reduce your checkout friction
  • Be clear about your shipping and returns policy
  • Increase trust
  • Improve your product page layout

Optimize your site for speed

Alright, let’s say you already ran the test and your results came in. What does it mean you have a slow site?

Page speed refers to the total amount of time it takes your content to load. If your content takes too long to load, users might lose their patience and shop elsewhere. 

According to a Shopify survey, one-second delay in load time equals 11% in pageviews and a 7% drop in conversions

Similarly, your page speed also impacts your overall SEO and your PPC campaigns, potentially increasing your cost-per-click if you’re running Google Ads campaigns. 

Last words

Once you start understanding how your online store works, you will start converting that traffic to sales, especially if you know who your buyer is and how they are interacting with your site. 

That being said, your website and its images need to be optimized or you’ll end up causing your shoppers some frustration. 

In the end, it all boils down to making it easy for your traffic to purchase from your store, effectively turning them into sales. 

As a quick recap, here are some last tips: 

  • Analyze your website using Google’s tools.
  • Decrease the size of your product images and other files throughout your site.
  • Reduce your checkout friction by asking for customer feedback and using tools such as HotJar.
  • Become a trustworthy vendor by including trust symbols, updating your social media and having an SSL certificate.
  • Invest in a fast hosting to speed up your site.
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