driving traffic to make sales

#1
hi friends
i am new to drop shipping , i created a store but since two months of existence , i have not made any sales , i am having bounce rate of 61% .
i have used facebook to promote my ads but they banned me and i tried using twitter , youtube , instagram and pin interest but all seems not to be driving traffic to my store,
please i need a review on the site and also advice where neccessary ,
my store is meladaik.com
thanks for reading
 

Mar

Moderator
#3
hi friends
i am new to drop shipping , i created a store but since two months of existence , i have not made any sales , i am having bounce rate of 61% .
i have used facebook to promote my ads but they banned me and i tried using twitter , youtube , instagram and pin interest but all seems not to be driving traffic to my store,
please i need a review on the site and also advice where neccessary ,
my store is meladaik.com
thanks for reading
Not surprising you got no sale. The site is in a mess.

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#4
The product images on your site were unattractive and distorted. It makes people feel distrusted. Use some resize tools to give them a quick fix. Ensure the images are all perfect on your home page, at least.
 
#5
Try and imagine shopping off your site. The key to making sales is to empathise with your shopper. Look at it critically. Is it easy to navigate? can you get a good look at the products? Is there enough information to make an informed purchase decision? Would you trust this site enought to make a purchase?
 
#6
YouTube is filled with attention of the whole planet, and 90% of your potential clients are already there, you just need to tweak even the most basic content you have at least some interest at- even your cats will do. And here goes the research- probably the most obscure thing ever. But you should just promote your shop in thematically close video or creat your own content. Here the promotion of the video itself is as simple as it can go just check this https://backlinkvalidator.com/tools/youtube_tags_tools.php
 

Mar

Moderator
#7
YouTube is filled with attention of the whole planet, and 90% of your potential clients are already there, you just need to tweak even the most basic content you have at least some interest at- even your cats will do. And here goes the research- probably the most obscure thing ever. But you should just promote your shop in thematically close video or creat your own content. Here the promotion of the video itself is as simple as it can go just check this https://backlinkvalidator.com/tools/youtube_tags_tools.php
If the site is a mess with distorted images and the unedited original long product names, you can use all the funnels available it will not generate sales. First things first, a site should look professional, serious and trustworthy.
 

Direct Webstore

Well-Known Member
#8
It's easy to buy all that stuff down the road at the local department store. That's one of the main problems. The products are just not unique enough. You will just have to increase your advertising budget. (After fixing all the problems mentioned above by others)

But if I was in your place I would just face reality and scrap the whole store and try a more unique and narrower niche. I've done the same thing myself several times. No sense in flogging a dead horse.
 
#9
It's better to use Instagram. Facebook and youtube are more complicated. Promote your shop posting attractive photos, hashtags etc. You can also get extra traffic from ads or search engines. But you need to have an attractive account without bots, ads accounts, fake ones. If you have them - your shop won't be in the Instagram search engine. Use https://spamguardapp.com/ service to clean your account. gl
 
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