Hello @mdmathewdc ,
I just had look into your website, It's looking good. I observed few points on your website, I hope those are helpful for your website.
-> Check this image https://snipboard.io/yAwxlN.jpg
-> You can add the item reviews under product page, Item reviews can help give customers that additional propel they have to confide in your online shop and finish their buy. I would suggest including item reviews too, as reviews for customers to share their positive experience thus different customers can see the reviews and be influenced to purchase.
-> You can begin giving dedication focuses to your customers on various credits like joining, subscription, making a buy, taking into account message pop-ups, sharing or following via web-based media mean referral rewards. This will assist you with captivating your customers and hold them. You can compensate your customers to reclaim those focuses. At the point when you will offer focuses to them they will come back again later on to cause a buy to reclaim those focuses. This energizes rehash buys which expands deals and helps in holding your customers.
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Hello @mdmathewdc, This is AiTrillion- an All-in-one Marketing Platform on Shopify. I would love to share my thoughts for your store based on 9 years of experience with Shopify for over 1000's active Shopify merchants and hope that my sharing will help you improve your store performance.
- Add slider images in the first fold of the homepage with a call to action button on it.
- On the product page, add the ‘buy now’ button- it lets your shoppers purchase the products they want faster and avoid extra steps of the checkout process. Add social media links below the buy now button.
- Also, on the product page don't let customers scroll down this much for reading all the details. Add multiple images of the product on the product pages.
- Add customer engagement tools like a loyalty rewards program, web push notifications, and others. If a customer leaves your store, send them a price drop alert notification with the help of a web push notification. Web push notification helps to bring back customers to your store and helps in reducing the bounce rate. You can send updates and abandoned cart push notifications to bring customers to your store.
Entice customers by giving them loyalty points on activities like sign up, leaving a review, allowing push notification, visiting a store, on birthdays, and more. This will help you to increase the email and push subscribers. You can then run email and push campaigns to reach your customers on the basis of customer behavior. This helps in increasing the conversion and retention rate.
- Make sure to use email marketing automation to reach your customers.
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Hope the following suggestions will help you
Hyde here from Shopify.
Congratulations on launching your store! You've taken a big and exciting step.
The first thing to bear in mind is that you want your visitor's experience on the site to be as intuitive, frictionless, and satisfying as possible from start to finish. So, for example, you might want to consider centering and enlargening your logo in order to make it more legible, especially on smaller devices:
Likewise, the navigation feels, to me at least, a little confusing to use. When I click on the hamburger menu it opens up with all of this awkward space, and I'm not entirely sure why. If you agree that everything on a website should happen for a reason, then this could be pretty confusing to any user:
I also might suggest that you consider what feelings and drives you want to encourage in your visitors by way of the design and, significantly, the colors you use. Here's a little about color psychology to help you get started, but I'm just wondering if you feel the red prices and names are legible or even pleasing to the eye enough to get you those conversions you want?
Perhaps most importantly of all: your store sells a wide variety of beer-related products. In other words, you're doing far more than simply selling beer. You clearly sell all the materials to make beer too! So maybe consider putting your introduction / about us page earlier on:
Right now it's tucked away at the bottom which visitors might lose. So you could always present it to them at the top of the page?
I hope these suggestions are a good starting point, I'm happy to help out more if you have further questions!
All the best, Hyde.