Hey there, winner. You’ve got the drive to succeed as a bestselling merchant on Shopify. Continual research is critical to building and maintaining a profitable eCommerce business.
In this article, we’ll cover the top 5 best-selling Shopify products. Tips and tricks for how to source and find a best-selling product to sell for healthy profit margins are coming in hot at the end.
Put on your blue light glasses, and let’s go.
If your eCommerce brand is in the home decor and goods niches, lucky you. …
Sometimes, running an online business feels like shooting in the dark, especially if you’re the new kid on the eCommerce block. Is your pricing right? Is there a big enough demand for your offerings? Ohh, look! A shiny diamond SKU.
If you want to be a successful Shopify merchant, there’s no point in reinventing the wheel. Find out where and with what some of the best-selling merchants in your niche are having the most success on Shopify.
How to do it? That’s right — spying.
So, take a sip of that Vesper, 007. These top Shopify sales spy tools will…
Perfect is the enemy of good. And what you need is a good enough store for how to get more sales on Shopify.
If you’re new to eCommerce, then you’re probably running up against your own perfectionism — tweaking and revising, waking up at 3 am because ZOMG, the font size on this header is looking at me sideways! Change it!
Look, if you want to get more sales on Shopify — fast — you’ve got to get out of the perfectionism trap. …
Try to understate social media’s role in online retail. Go ahead. I’ll wait.
See, you can’t do it.
The truth is, social media plays a massive role in consumer behavior online, and it’s changing the way people shop. Over 19 billion in sales occurred last year through social media.
So, what’s this mean for you, oh, intrepid Shopify merchant? It means you want to start leveraging the power of social media to sell your products. Enter Facebook and Instagram Shops, now on Shopify.
Okay, we’ve all got that weirdo relative we only engage with on the holidays when we’re practically forced to do it. Do you treat your customers like that, only touching base with them every once in a while? Say it ain’t so. You’ve got to run eCommerce marketing campaigns consistently.
The average marketing campaign lasts about 45 days. While short-duration campaigns have their place, longer campaigns can drive massive business growth for your Shopify store.
Let’s dive into the top reasons to run a yearly marketing campaign for an eCommerce website and how to use year-round marketing campaigns to grow…
It’s a great day!
The sun is shining. The birds are singing. Your coffee tastes fantastic as you take a sip and sit down, pop open your laptop, log into your Shopify admin page, and take a gander at your orders.
What’s up with all these abandoned carts?!
On the average eCommerce site, 77% of shoppers leave without completing their purchases.
But the good news is, there are a lot of things you can do to increase order completion and your conversion rates. …
People are complex bundles of emotions. But that’s not a bad thing, especially when it comes to getting feedback from customers.
Follow the Science, as they say. A study published through Harvard Business Review found that the very act of asking for customer feedback was enough to keep people from churning and coming back for more.
And that’s even if they don’t respond to the request for feedback.
So that’s good news if you’re looking to build recurring revenue and a base of loyal, repeat customers for your Shopify store.
But how can this be?! It’s got to do with…
Recent statistics show that, on average, 69.57% of carts get abandoned on E-commerce websites.
There can be several reasons why potential customers decide not to complete their online orders and go through with their purchases. Even if you design a good website with stunning product images and a stellar UX, your ideal visitors might not make it to the end line.
I am here to shed light on some of the most common reasons why customers abandon shopping carts and how you can fix this problem.
Lengthy Checkout Process
Online buyers look for simplicity and convenience. Unnecessarily long and complicated…
So what are they doing wrong that the few successful ones aren’t?
I’ve rounded up some of the common reasons why most e-commerce businesses struggle to find buyers and keep afloat.
There Isn’t Any Real Investment
You can set up an online store with a few hundred dollars, but that doesn’t mean that’s all the investment your business is going to need. …
There is no denying that an increase in conversion rate leads to higher revenue and profits for your e-commerce store, but getting there takes time and patience.
You’ll also need to build a comprehensive strategy that includes excellence in design, user experience, and selling strategies.
I bring you some of the leading, tried-and-tested approaches to enhancing your conversion rates. But first, let’s explore the basics.
The conversion rate of a Shopify store is the number of purchases divided by the number of visitors in all the sessions. To convert the value into a percentage, multiply the resulting number by 100.
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