Hi There

You’re getting some great advice here.

Google shopping is definitely worth look and there are free listings now too. https://www.rocketspark.com/blog/post/273/free-google-shopping-now-available/. Check how to do this on your platform.

It would also be good to look at the website visitor flow in Google analytics to see what journeys people are taking though your site and where they are exiting. Also worth trialing a tool like Hotjar to see how people are interacting.

Also check out abandoned cart messages as part of your email marketing solution: https://www.rocketspark.com/blog/post/220/Its-all-go-for-the-Abandoned-Cart-emails5-handy-tips-to-get-you-started/

Lastly, ecommerce success takes time to test and learn and build your community. It’s not that hard to get a website set up these days but it takes real tenacity to make it work. I love the story of Zeenya where there accountant had told them to give up but they persevered and have built up a great business. Check out some of their tips here: https://www.rocketspark.com/blog/post/30/Embracing-ecommerce-Zeenya-Clothing/

Also check out the common themes we see amongst our most successful clients: https://www.rocketspark.com/blog/post/254/Ecommerce-secret-saucethe-9-simple-essentials-of-ecommerce-success.

Typically the most successful have engaged some form of digital marketing expert such as a social media expert, content marketer, adwords specialist. You pay for the services but the return they get when working with a good partner exceeds the investment they put in. Do your homework though as there are plenty of rogues in digital marketing!

Kind regards

Grant