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How do I drive traffic/sales to my store? Please read

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by chrome900, Aug 11, 2013.

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  1. chrome900

    chrome900 Newbie

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    I have two online stores, I need advice on what to do. I opened both recently but have not had a single sale, so could be doing something wrong. Can anyone have a look at both and tell me what I need to change/modify/remove to ensure more people look and buy? I have had some traffic to the first one (with no sale yet) and the second one has people looking too (apparently but not sale yet). Both are less than 2 months old and still working on both. I live in Australia

    ausiedeals.com
    fashionchrome.com.au
     
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    How did you manage to place Human hair wig and CCTV DVR Kit at the same page....who are you targeting? Random people?
     
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    everyone, yes, not sure if thats right but I tried to use the first store as a general store where anyone can buy anything and everything. I just want to make it right.
     
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    shellhackx Regular Member

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    When things dont sell its for 2 reasons.

    1. customers are not finding you.

    2. If they are finding you they are not interested.

    How to deal with 1?

    Active social media, SEO, PPC ETC

    How to deal with 2,

    Well its your business ill let you figure that out.

    Simply having the mindset that "if I build it they will come" is very poor.
     
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    chrome900 Newbie

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    well, good advice
     
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    You should focus on one at a time. You should market your store more and try to get targetted traffic.
     
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    BTW http://www.ausiedeals.com is great domain name you can brand it so well that everyone in aussie land will no. Offer them someone that they cant get in a normal store or ebay etc... maybe discounts of products they cant find anywhere else.

    Good luck
     
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    Thanks, but Im not sure if the products I have in there are too varied? Should I focus on one or two or leave it as it is? Just not sure why people are looking and NOT buying. Also I noticed when I type ausiedeals on google. It actually asks if I meant 'aussiedeals'. So aussiedeals is more popular than ausiedeals at the moment
     
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    Transvestites with voyeuristic tendencies obv., but stay away that's my niche ;)
     
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    Anyone else with sensible and useful advice?
     
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    HaiiroNeko Power Member

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    At least show yourself if you -16 rep me for a joke post.
     
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    Identify your target audiences and put your offers in front of them. You will have to figure out where they hang out the most. But first, compare your offers to the already existing ones and see how you perform.
     
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    Thanks...already making a few changes!:)
     
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