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Hi!

I'm posting today because I would like to know what do you think about the design of my eCommerce website. It's not finished yet, I just need to fill the "terms" and "contact us" pages with the right details as I've put them just randomly. I think it's simple yet immediate and cool but a feedback from your side would be really appreciated. I'm doing everything by myself and as I don't have a deep programming knowledge don't be too hard on me.

http://idealshop.club
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  • Profile picture of the author AadhyaMehra
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    I saw your website completely and what I find is your website is totally incomplete. Most of the things are missing from your website like the content of a website, stuff or items of your website, incomplete information regarding website etc.
    You don't know the programming language So I would like to suggest you that hire a developer who will help you to create your website completely.
    It's not simple as you are thinking, you have to put effort to complete it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Darren Burton
      The website is responsive which is a good start.

      However i do think by building it all yourself you are trying to reinvent the wheel here. Is there a reason why you don't want to use some e-commerce websites like Shopify to get you up and running in minutes rather than trying to build the whole thing yourself? This especially applies for building out components such as the back-end for tracking orders or CRM which all come out of the box with already existing e-commerce solutions.
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      • Profile picture of the author josephdapuzzo
        Originally Posted by AadhyaMehra View Post

        I saw your website completely and what I find is your website is totally incomplete. Most of the things are missing from your website like the content of a website, stuff or items of your website, incomplete information regarding website etc.
        You don't know the programming language So I would like to suggest you that hire a developer who will help you to create your website completely.
        It's not simple as you are thinking, you have to put effort to complete it.
        Which part of "design" didn't you get? I know it's incomplete in most of its part as description and stuff, that's what I wrote.

        Originally Posted by Darren Burton View Post

        The website is responsive which is a good start.

        However i do think by building it all yourself you are trying to reinvent the wheel here. Is there a reason why you don't want to use some e-commerce websites like Shopify to get you up and running in minutes rather than trying to build the whole thing yourself? This especially applies for building out components such as the back-end for tracking orders or CRM which all come out of the box with already existing e-commerce solutions.
        I'm using Wordpress with Woocommerce, do you think it's that bad? Why would you recommend Shopify more?
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        • I work for a 3P inventory software and have customers who use Shopify and really like it. It's intuitive, easy to build upon/customize, and has some pre-designed templates you can edit to your needs. Shopify may be an easier option to build your site?

          Tiana with ecomdash
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    • Profile picture of the author josephdapuzzo
      Originally Posted by tiana with ecomdash View Post

      I work for a 3P inventory software and have customers who use Shopify and really like it. It's intuitive, easy to build upon/customize, and has some pre-designed templates you can edit to your needs. Shopify may be an easier option to build your site?

      Tiana with ecomdash
      I will give it a try, thank you.

      Originally Posted by piter2015 View Post

      It is good website
      Cheers, thank you for your feedback. Do you think there's anything I can improve overall?
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  • Profile picture of the author johntheboss
    If you search "woocommerce design" in google you will find some great suggestions.Thanks
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  • Interesting home page graphic. I didn't realize that .club was even a domain name
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  • Profile picture of the author ShoppingSignals
    I think you should flat out ignore everyone who suggested that you need to switch to a different ecommerce platform. The WordPress / WooCommerce platform is perfectly fine for a small online store. I speak from experience, having run multiple ecommerce sites on several platforms.

    What your site needs is more information, and more conversion optimization. When I first visit your site, I have no idea what you sell. I have to visit your store to find out that you sell phone covers. Your store is every page on your site for an ecommerce website. When someone lands on the homepage they should instantly be able to determine what you sell.

    I'd start with a new hero image at the top. Something that shows your product and includes a prominent call to action. I'd also add some verbiage below the hero image area, which would explain in further detail about your product offerings.

    That's a start for the home page. Hope it helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author josephdapuzzo
      Originally Posted by ShoppingSignals View Post

      I think you should flat out ignore everyone who suggested that you need to switch to a different ecommerce platform. The WordPress / WooCommerce platform is perfectly fine for a small online store. I speak from experience, having run multiple ecommerce sites on several platforms.

      What your site needs is more information, and more conversion optimization. When I first visit your site, I have no idea what you sell. I have to visit your store to find out that you sell phone covers. Your store is every page on your site for an ecommerce website. When someone lands on the homepage they should instantly be able to determine what you sell.

      I'd start with a new hero image at the top. Something that shows your product and includes a prominent call to action. I'd also add some verbiage below the hero image area, which would explain in further detail about your product offerings.

      That's a start for the home page. Hope it helps.
      Sorry for my late reply, thank you for all the information mate.
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  • Profile picture of the author richasharma
    hey
    most of the content of ur sites are missing. first of all complete ur empty kart pages. if u don't have coding knowledge then take the help of some developer or else use the w3schools.com website. if it best for learner.
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  • Profile picture of the author DanielleCoronel
    Sorry, your website is down
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  • Profile picture of the author 0xFF
    Down for me too!
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