Online web store must haves?
So A couple days ago I started a online web store for selling golf balls and I've had 61 unique visitors but none of them have resulted in any orders is there something I'm doing or not doing that is resulting in this or is it more of a waiting game.
P.S here is my website for you to look at https://samsgolfballs.onlineweb.shop/
I have a google business page as well, and a Facebook page
my google business page can be found through Sam's golf balls, and my Facebook page is Golfball Sam
Any response is appreciated.
As one of the experts here said, language us the key, for example, I'm a Spanish speaker and I had to use services like https://preply.com/en/blog/business-english-course/ in here I could find people that helped me to translate to English and other languages, maybe you could try that and get different markets, let me know how it goes, best of luck.
Google is probably the first stop for many people when looking for something to buy.
Your 60 traffic result is very small to judge the effectiveness of your business
For this reason, virtually every e-commerce business starts with some search engine optimization. When you build your own online store on eBay, Etsy, Shopify, BigCommerce, or just about any other website builder, you need to keep search engine performance in mind.
Keywords are an essential component of Search Engine Optimization, Google AdWords Advertising (PPC), and just about every other marketing strategy you can think of.
Actually, a couple of days is not a term to panic yet. Still, you can analyze your users' behavior and optimize the customer journey. There's plenty of useful information on the Internet. You could use this article https://anyforsoft.com/blog/ecommerce-website-development
The success of your online web store depends on many factors. There is an obvious necessity to add some new eCommerce features to your website, if you want to increase your conversion rate. Let’s see what your web-page must include:
- Foolproof checkout procedure. Think thoroughly about your web-page arrangement. Your customers shouldn’t face any obstacles on the way to a completed purchase. Thus, ensure your web-store has filters that work effectively, shopping categories for more convenient search and opportunity to compare chosen products;
- Multiple payment gateways. Make sure your website visitors are offered enough payment options, as the availability of a convenient payment option is an efficient method to turn your website visitor into a buyer;
- High loading speed. Note that a slow loading page might be a risk for your conversion rate, as customers would likely abandon their shopping cart.
In this article you may find much more relevant information for your case.
I think you need to focus more on your online store. No Google Listing or Facebook page can help if your website is not launched with the set of features & integrations. Here I am listing segmet-wise features that will help you gain a competitive edge in the market:
Top eCommerce Features
*Customer Order Management
*Social Media Sharing
*Abandoned Cart ManagementNEW
UI & UX Design Features
*Intuitive Buyer, Seller, & Admin areas
*Progressive Web Apps (PWA)
You should also launch a buyer app (Mobile App) as people these days prefer shopping through mobile apps.
There are many more features that you can integrate into your eCommerce website. I know this is a hectic process to make so many updates. So, I would suggest you to migrate to Yo!Kart as they offer all the required features. Visit www.yo-kart.com for more details.
Just keep a full time social media guy. Your business will sky rocket for sure
There are visitors, but there is no conversion, then you should try to improve your page conversion, add some content that can attract target customers, and increase the conversion rate
Please optimize each one, the fact that a product is recognized and users buy it on the website is very difficult compared to facebook and e-commerce platforms. Use traditional marketing tactics to highlight your brand and product. Then there's digital marketing
The important point is to ensure that your content describes your business. For e.g. in your website title could be updated as "Buy Sams used golf balls". Another important point is while you had done the selection of domain for your website. May be something like "buyusedgolfballs.com" could have been a better choice. Content is an important indication for search engine like Google.
I think you should also set up Google webconsole. This will help to determine the keywords which are bringing traffic to your site.
1. Products have no description
2. There is no banner in the homepage
3. Everything is soo WHITE. The page background, the images...add some colors
4. Add to cart option is available while it says "out of stock"
If you want someone to buy stuff from your website, you should make them trust you.
Fantastic UX. look at the bounce rates and how long they were there. If you're web store is beautiful then they'll stay.