I know because it’s the same story for my own stores and side projects:
We put a new store live, invest some time in marketing upfront, and then three months go by. Whether your store is your main business or a side gig, it’s mysteriously hard to find time for optimization. Like flossing.
If you have an eCommerce store and:
- It’s flat lining
- You were seeing some sales but they’ve tailed off
- You have no idea what is going on
- It’s pumping and you can’t keep on top of orders
- You’re doing a lot manually and want to automate
- You’re looking to expand to a new geo
- It’s time to add remarketing, ads, or something else digital
Then what you need to do is some eCommerce optimization.
No matter what you sell and to whom, there are things you could do to optimize the eCommerce experience you’re offering and drive more sales. If you think that could be you, I’d love to hear from you.