How long can it take to make my first sale?
Thank you in advance for reading my post. I invented a program that changes something in the brain and I connected it to weight loss on https://www.weightabreeze.com/. It has only been 12 days since my website has been "live" with no SEO activated as of just yet since it's still new, but I did get 3 customers on the "live" chat features to reach out to my company. I've been sharing advertisements from my website on my Facebook page and I also have an Instagram. How long can it take to make my first sale?
P.S. I am so excited about it all and I have marketing in my blood. Thanks again!
Getting interested in 12 days is not bad at all. That shows you are marketing. But this is a process. One which takes time to build up. You simply need to focus on marketing, and the sales will come. How you handle those transactions can turn into repeat sales and word of mouth business.
The mistake most people make when starting an eCommerce business is giving up too soon. It can take a couple of months to even get your first sale depending on the product you are offering.
More importantly, is your marketing targeted?
Are you going to the right audience for your product?
Go to blogs and forums related to your business and genuinely interact with people there. Make sure to fill out your business information on your profile and signature fields, and comment on blog posts - making sure not to spam your URL; only putting it in the URL field provided. Write and publish articles and press releases. Become an expert in your genre.
Well, Toulla, it depends.
For me, it takes 3 months to generate some sales. It varies from people to people and also depends on the marketing strategies. Since your product is an experimental one, you can show how effective it is using a trial period or something. Guess that'll help you to build some trust between a potential client and you.
Hi Toulla, so sorry but you have a problem with your site.
This is your domain https://www.weightabreeze.com/, but the footer social networking buttons are shown Wix pages! This is a mistake, buttons the must show your pages in social media.
Beauty's niche is very competitive, and you need to have a quality website, you need to set up social networking pages, you need backlinks.
I recommend using Pinterest, in this network, it is possible to promote health and beauty services or products very profitably.
You do not have any news section on the site.
You get traffic only from direct transitions. Your site is not optimized.
Your site logo does not look good.
You need a complete optimization of the site, and active work with content, social networks, and backlinks. And then you should see an increase in sales.
Good luck, if you have any questions you can write to me.
It all depends on many factors but mostly from the mercy of Google on how it will give us a favor for ranking your website and need of certain products on the market.
Nevertheless, you will need great website design for the best UX and UI and great CTA for closing sales.
Beauty or health is no different and must make a test between all the campaigns you are starting.