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5 months ago

TRAFFIC NO SALES JUST STARTED

Hello everyone.

I just started my site about 2 days ago and i got about 150 Visitors but i dont have any sales and only 1 add to cart i advertise on facebook here is my page https://www.facebook.com/basjvr/ also some pictures of my ads https://gyazo.com/2ae29fc2c943bd1affc2028b6f0cc0ab

can someone explain me what im doing wrong and how i can fix it Thanks :)

MY WEBSITE https://mostash.co/

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5 months ago

Hi there Bas,

Your website is great, and I love the variety of your products. Make sure to SEO your product titles, some of them [such as "Dog Toy"] will be very difficult to rank high in Google. Make sure to run a thorough keyword research to find some low competition keywords that will drive relevant traffic that converts, in order to boost your sales. Also, add longer and unique product descriptions and more trust signals.

Hope it helps, 

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5 months ago

Hi There,


I have checked your store and it looks great. Below are my findings.

- It would be helpful if yopu provide your contact details like email and contact no for customers.
- Provide estimated delivery date of product.
- Give some related items of the products.

- Add trust badges like Secured seal, money back guarantee. You can check the below link for related apps https://apps.shopify.com/search/query?utf8=?&q=trust 

- You can check our photo review app https://apps.shopify.com/myreviewfy to get reviews in attarctive layouts with images.

Thanks,
MyReviewfy.

https://apps.shopify.com/myreviewfy
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5 months ago

Thanks :) this really helps me

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5 months ago

Thank you :)

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5 months ago

Be careful with how you use the Registered Trademark symbol. 

Tomas

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5 months ago

Thanks for your reply but what do you mean actually?

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5 months ago

On your homepage, you have "Mostash Official®". If a potential customer decides to look it up, "Mostash" is not listed as a registered trademark. This might be a credibility issue for that customer and their friends. To "semi" protect your trademark before you file officially, you should use the "TM" symbol instead.

On the other hand, it is quite possible that there is an error in the USPTO database search system.

Tomas

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5 months ago

Ok i will change it directly thanks for letting me know 

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Hi there,

My feedback would be that your branding, specifically your logo and site name do not match your product selection. From your logo and name, I would assume you sell beard grooming products, but you are selling pet products. It's a little confusing in my opinion.

Also I'm not sure what your ad creative and copy look like, so it would be hard to determine how qualified the traffic is that you are driving. 

Hope that helps!

-Adam

Adam is the co-founder of Postscript.io, an SMS Marketing platform for Shopify