What do you think about using augmented reality to promote/ sell your products?
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Hello! I'm a journalist with Business Insider hoping to get the perspective of an Amazon seller of what the work is really like. You've probably seen ads on YouTube of people promoting the opportunity to make easy money through drop shipping, but I imagine it's not actually like that. We have a series of "As told by" articles where we tell the stories of interesting people from their perspective — you'd be anonymous, and be able to discuss what your life as a seller is actually like.
If anyone is interested you can DM me. Thanks!
[for Shopify dropshipping] The product page is the star of the show, this is where we send customers to. Using too many spammy sales features and clunky themes can decrease conversion sales.
Keep it simple, use modern and aesthetically pleasing Shopify themes. Use clean and light themes like Dawn. Use high-quality photos, gifs, and videos to get customers' attention. Gifs and videos are underutilized in the e-commerce industry. A website without gifs and videos is no different from a brochure.
Make your product description as short as possible. Use catchy headlines and bullet points to it easy to consume. Provide product instructions if need be. Customer reviews are very important, moreover reviews with product photos, are proven to increase conversion rates.
If you’re struggling with store/product page design, good quality content, product description, or just need a store to revamp I’m available. Prices are negotiable starting at $85
A brand’s voice sits at the core of the relationship customers have with a business. It fosters connection and community, and can even instill more confidence in a brand’s products. Here’s what it is and how to develop yours.
I’ve been running a successful e-commerce store for about five months. We get a few wholesale inquiries per month, but have deferred them in the meantime.
Our product is an apparel accessory, easy to package and ship.
Is wholesale worth it? What considerations should I keep in mind? Seeking your thoughts, advice, and experience.
Let me introduce myself.
I’ve been a conversion designer for the past 13 years. That means I help online stores make more money with design that converts.
The biggest problem I had while designing online stores was that I often forgot to include elements that positively impact conversions simply because there are so many of them.
For that reason, I started building a list of elements that every store needs to have to convert as many visitors into customers as possible.
My list now includes more than 300 conversion checkpoints with examples. Each conversion checkpoint is evaluated based on its impact (from 1-3) and the cost of implementation (from 1-3). When you consider each store element, the list will calculate which parts you need to take care of first. Starting with those that cost the least, have the most significant impact, and are evaluated as poor at the moment.
Anyway, I feel like I definitely shouldn't be the only one benefiting from my list, so today, I’m sharing the list with you.
You can get the Google spreadsheet here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BpMAOA
Let me know what do you think?
Our store uses ecomdash for kit building and inventory management. The sync with Shopify and Amazon/eBay sends the kit SKU to our storefronts which then send any orders to ShipStation. However, ShipStation does not break the Parent SKU into separate child line item SKUs and declinate the inventory. We do not want the order to flow back through ecomdash because it is slow and the original order number is altered.
Is anyone else using these 3 applications to manage their stores? How did you set up order and inventory flow? I just started working for a company and have been tasked with inventory synchronization and management.
A few months ago, I launched a perfume subscription box ecommerce based in Canada called FragranTreasures.
I’ve been considering bringing in many changes to the website/store but I want to know what the community/potential users really wants as products. If you are a perfume users and you are willing to complete my short form, I will be very grateful and it will help me alot with my new products! It is all questions on your perfume usage and preferences. It also automatically enters you to a small giveaway for a free 8ml decant of your choice, reserved only to people who complete the form.
Thank you in advance!