Advice on how to turn traffic into sales for drop shipping item

by afw86
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Hey there,

I'm just getting started in the drop shipping world. Created my site http://www.trendup.shop. I have a really good ad running on Facebook right now for one of my products that has brought in over 200 unique visitors but no one is purchasing. I don't want to give up on this product because the CPC is at 0.05 a click. However some reason with all this traffic I'm getting zero sales.

Any advice and criticism is appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author MValmont
    Originally Posted by afw86 View Post

    Hey there,

    I'm just getting started in the drop shipping world. Created my site http://www.trendup.shop. I have a really good ad running on Facebook right now for one of my products that has brought in over 200 unique visitors but no one is purchasing. I don't want to give up on this product because the CPC is at 0.05 a click. However some reason with all this traffic I'm getting zero sales.

    Any advice and criticism is appreciated.
    Do they add to cart?
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    • Profile picture of the author afw86
      No adds to cart.
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      • Profile picture of the author MValmont
        Originally Posted by afw86 View Post

        No adds to cart.
        Then there is probably something wrong with your product page.

        Example: maybe in your Ad they don't see the price, then they click and end up on your product page and see the price and decide not to buy.

        It might be that they read the product description and they realize they don't want it, etc etc.

        You need to figure out what is wrong.
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        • Profile picture of the author ShadowLink
          Ehy could you please tell me how do I know if pleople add products on cart with woocommerce?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sharon Jones
    1) Add to cart button with the product on the homepage.
    2) Add Longer and informative description to your product as you don't have much product and anyone who would buy them would like to know the product a bit more.
    3) Try running your ads on Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author feedia
    First, there is no product description. People need to be talked into the product. The picture and price isn't enough.
    Why don't you try submitting the products to coupon and deal websites?
    Most have a built in following and visitors that are already looking to shop.
    You can start for free at: http://submitacouponcode.com
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  • Profile picture of the author alichaus
    May be your targeting wrong audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author afw86
    Thanks for all the advice everyone! Will make some changes.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    This is almost always a price issue. Either they click on an ad, see the price, and didn't realize it would be that expensive or they click the ad, see the price and know that they can get it cheaper somewhere else.
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