What am i doing wrong (dropship store) not getting sales.

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Well, i've tried my very best to do everything the right way. Nonetheless, i am not getting sales, hower, i do get traffic. My website is: i hope someone here can provide me some good advice.

Thanks in advance i appreciate it!
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  • Profile picture of the author FiveStarFiverr
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    Originally Posted by SupplementNL View Post

    Well, i've tried my very best to do everything the right way. Nonetheless, i am not getting sales, hower, i do get traffic. My website is: i hope someone here can provide me some good advice.

    Thanks in advance i appreciate it!
    If you have traffic, but no conversions, it could be the quality of the traffic. It could also be where you are sending the traffic. Sometimes, it's better to send traffic to a specific landing page (one product page instead of one with a ton of products) to get conversions.

    I would also test a new subscription form as it's really hard to see the X to get rid of the box and shop.

    Often, getting conversions from your traffic is all about testing. Trying new elements, new pages, new fonts and even new headlines.
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  • Profile picture of the author PBScott
    Your webpage must look like the type of webpage people would trust enough to give financial details to if you want to make sales. If it is trustable then you need to make sure you are attracting the types of people who want your product (not everyone wants your product). Then you need to convert them fast enough that they don't change their mind if it is an emotional buy. If you do everything near perfect then a 2% conversion rate is quite good.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Without knowing more details, it is impossible to venture a guess as to what is wrong. We cannot see the website, we do not know how you are driving traffic to it and we do not know how your prices compare to your competition's. In fact, we don't even know how many unique site visitors you have had without a conversion.
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    • Profile picture of the author SupplementNL
      Hi Dave i tried to add my website but for some reason it was removed.
      www.pearl-impact.com
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      • Profile picture of the author Hafu
        Originally Posted by SupplementNL View Post

        Hi Dave i tried to add my website but for some reason it was removed.
        www.pearl-impact.com
        May I tell you what I would do in your place?
        1. Remove about and Contact from the main menu. My ideal main menu would be: Home - Jewelry and Accessory - For Her (+ dropmenu) - Jewelry Organizer (+ Dropmenu)
        2. Remove the 3 big images on homepage. Show the products you're selling as soon as possible
        3. I know the theme you're using, I'm using that too... but the color combination you choose it's pretty bad. Change the colors, find a better combo.
        4. Find a more professional logo...

        My opinion...
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  • Profile picture of the author dimjim77
    if you get traffic but no sales it means that your site is not optimized enough so you can't convert people to customers, assuming that you have somehow good items.

    my question is are you icentivize enough?
    whats you strategy for the people that visit your site add the item to the cart and leave?
    what about the ones that go up to the checkout page but never complete the order?
    what you do to make them buy on the spot?

    do you have the right apps that will help you jump start your business and get sales?
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    The website, itself looks fine. I have no problem with the logo. It isn't great but it also isn't so bad that someone is going to decide not to buy from you. It is a non-factor for conversions in your case.

    You won't ever drive any organic traffic to this site because there is nothing to speak of for original text on any pages. Without words, there is nothing for search engines to index.

    You have free shipping and that is something you should be shouting from the rooftops, preferably in the header. Yes, there is a free shipping icon on the home page but very few people are going to visit the home page of your website. I assume you are driving traffic through Facebook ads and if you are doing that correctly, you are sending them directly to a product page. Nowhere on the product pages (or category pages, for that matter) is it apparent that shipping is free. The first page they land on may be the only page of the site they see, so don't lose an opportunity to promote that!

    Finally, I know there are all sorts of cheap courses out there that tell you that you can make a fortune with the AliExpress/Facebook model selling anything. That is really not the case. You need to be promoting something so unbelievably great, someone on Facebook is going to break away from sharing cat videos or boring people with what they ate for lunch and say to themselves, "That is amazing; I have to have that now!" I'm not sure if anything on your site meets that criteria and as such, your conversions are going to be extremely low. Nobody was looking to buy something when they signed into Facebook, so it is not surprising that very few of them are going to buy something that doesn't blow them away. Usually, the type of products that do well with Facebook ads are hot, trending products or ones that solve a problem.
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    I really hate pop ups and other things blocking my page. Putting your "Free Shipping""Loved By Customers""Secured" stuff above the products is the wrong thing to do, put that at the bottom, products should always be the First priority. The "We Use Cookies" thing takes up a third of my screen, is it really that important? I really don't care if you use cookies or not. I went to click on a product page and the website was down. SO I can't comment further... your focusing on the wrong things from what I could see... also don't build a list, sell a product, the e-mail list I have are from all the people who bought, that list is quite long, don't interrupt the purchases with list building. You are selling emotional products, when you contact them later they likely won't be interested anymore. Remarketing with product image specific ads is a better option.
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  • Profile picture of the author YourGoToWriter
    I don't see any problem with your website. Make sure you understand your target audience and that in any marketing strategy that you do, you direct it to the right people -Micah
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