cant get traffic with instagram

Direct Webstore

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#4
your content is just not interesting enough
The "cool design T-shirt" market is pretty well flooded. People can easily buy T-Shits with all sorts of cool designs just about anywhere. From street markets to department stores. Even "custom made" T-Shirt sites are everywhere. You need something more original. Simple as that.

How much research did you do into niche selection? Any at all? You really should ...

1. Hit Google and Youtube up with "drop shipping niche selection" and read/watch everything you can.
2. Read all the niche selection blogs at https://alidropship.com/category/blog/what-to-sell/
3. Read the guides at https://alidropship.com/guides/
4. Finally ... do research on Google Trends and Adwords Keyword tool and even just normal Google searching to determine popularity and/or competition levels of the niche. Check out how many Facebook pages/groups there are for that niche ... ete etc

... then start again. I would. I've actually scrapped three sites that did not work and used the licenses to try something different until I got it right.

But that's just my opinion. Anyone else here with an alternative reason for the failure and/or a strategy to remedy it? :)
 
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The "cool design T-shirt" market is pretty well flooded. People can easily buy T-Shits with all sorts of cool designs just about anywhere. From street markets to department stores. Even "custom made" T-Shirt sites are everywhere. You need something more original. Simple as that.

How much research did you do into niche selection? Any at all? You really should ...

1. Hit Google and Youtube up with "drop shipping niche selection" and read/watch everything you can.
2. Read all the niche selection blogs at https://alidropship.com/category/blog/what-to-sell/
3. Read the guides at https://alidropship.com/guides/
4. Finally ... do research on Google Trends and Adwords Keyword tool and even just normal Google searching to determine popularity and/or competition levels of the niche. Check out how many Facebook pages/groups there are for that niche ... ete etc

... then start again. I would. I've actually scrapped three sites that did not work and used the licenses to try something different until I got it right.

But that's just my opinion. Anyone else here with an alternative reason for the failure and/or a strategy to remedy it? :)
i've researched my other niche which is sunglasses and the chart is going up on google trends
but not getting any traffic too
 

Direct Webstore

Well-Known Member
#6
i've researched my other niche which is sunglasses and the chart is going up on google trends
That's only one factor - i.e: how many customers are interested in them.

You also have to consider

... how many are selling them (HEAPS)
... how unique they are (not much at all)
... how easy they are to buy offline at a local store (very easy)

You need something that you don't see being sold everywhere ... like "Harry Potter Magic Wands" in Yarros's first store ... for example. Or fancy dog costumes etc etc. Sunglasses are everywhere.

:)