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Do I have what it takes?

  • I know it’s a bent question.. but I want to know.

    Do I have what it takes in the clothing business?

    This is where I’m at. My site has been live for the last three months and have 2-3 purchases a week. What I would like to do is boost sales a thousand fold, become rich and sip pina coladas on the beach.

    Not quite, it’s a dream though.

    This is what I’d like to ask, can you look at my site and reply your comments, criticism or whatever you call it to help improve my overall sales.

    As a newbie to the world of web your helping hand is much appreciated.

    http://spentclothing.com

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  • Moderator Andrew Nevins

    @anevins

    Forum moderator

    PremiumWP

    @premiumwp

    I defiantly think you have potential. You’ve got a good looking site and while you don’t have many products, what you have looks nice. I would question the pricing as it’s on the high side, which may limit your sales, particularly international sales.

    If you want to see if you have what it takes try some advertising on Google or Facebook etc to really get some traffic to your site and check the results.

    All the best

    Thanks Andrew for the google doc I’ll dig into it this weekend and hopefully gain a better result. What I’m looking at is increasing the ratio of visits to buyers.

    Thanks PremiumWP, Google and Facebook is apart of our plan while I’m willing to try a couple of hundred its not massive. I do agree with the pricing being expensive, changes coming soon.

    On another note do you have any suggestions on hi I can gain trust and reliability?

    Thanks again guys Muzza

    GCOstudios

    @gcostudios

    What you are after, is an online marketing strategy. Trust and reliability is built as part of that marketing strategy.

    Just looking at your website, because it is rich in imagery you need to work on the alt tags. At the moment you have non-specific wording for your images. If you have good descriptions, this can help your images be better indexed by Google images and search engines. This means an increase in web traffic.

    Take a look at these sites as an example of SEO and Online marketing http://classic.next.co.uk/women#LID=01_02_01
    http://www.riverisland.com/Online/

    For more information on SEO visit:
    [link moderated]

    Moderator Andrew Nevins

    @anevins

    Forum moderator

    GCOstudios,

    That resource of your website, GCOstudios doesn’t explain more information on SEO but advertises your services and promotes your business.

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