Are you looking at Shopify apps to help solve the problem of too few customers? Most apps try to solve this by adding popups, sales channels, affiliates, or just adding re-marketing where ads chase your customers to other sites. There are a lot to choose from and it can be overwhelming.
While there are several routes to getting more customers to your site, the most obvious is to pay for ads to drive customers to your site, or hire influencers and affiliate marketers, both of which are expensive. The cheaper (but longer) path is to make your site attractive to Google so you get more organic traffic. If you’re looking for the fastest way to increase site traffic, start with ads. Storeya, Clever and Adscale are three of the most popular Shopify apps for Google ads. You don’t really need an app for Google ads, just a Google account and money to spend. If you are looking for the least expensive option then start with making your site attractive to Google.
This easy to understand, eight page guide, will teach you how Google sees your website (hint: It’s not the way you do) and how to leverage that for more traffic and more sales. Download your copy today!
Blogging, paying someone to create content, offering reward and loyalty programs, or offering sales and discounts that hurt your profit margin are the usual routes but the thing that really moves the needle is engagement. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to get visitors to stay longer, view more products and come back more often? Wouldn’t it be great if it was inexpensive and didn’t require time and effort to maintain? There is! If you have two or three minutes to see something so innovative it’s patented, take a look at Stylaquin. Stylaquin transforms your website by adding the online shopping experience that power shoppers love.
Stylaquin adds a bar to the right side of any Shopify website which acts as a portal to both the Look Book, and the Idea Board, The Look Book, takes all the images for each product and displays them as full pages, so shoppers can flip through a site like they flip through a magazine. It’s more beautiful, more fun and a whole lot faster than clicking in and out, in and out, in and out. There is also an Idea Board which lets shoppers collect and curate all the products that interest them before adding them to the cart. The green button below has a link to the Stylaquin demo site, go ahead and take it for a spin. Just go to the site and drag any product onto the stylaquin bar.