March 02, 2017

10 eCommerce Website Mistakes You're Making

10 ecommerce website mistakes you are making

This week's audio-blog is all about your website for your eCommerce store.

Over the past 10+ years, I've been exposed to hundreds of eCommerce website through corporate clients, small business owners that I've coached at Retail Bliss and through my community mentorship within Marie Forleo's B-School program.

I've noticed that when eCommerce businesses first start out, there are several common website mistakes that most people make.

In this week's audio blog, I take you through the 10 common eCommerce website mistakes you may be making and how to fix them, today.

In summary, here are the 10 eCommerce Website Mistakes I chat about in this week's blog:

  1.  The Home Button
  2. Overcomplicated navigation and cutsie names
  3. Making it hard to find your shop
  4. Dropping people into your whole collection, not organizing for their journey
  5. No email sign-up anywhere to be found but the footer
  6. Hiding your customer service policies
  7. Making it impossible to contact you
  8. Not telling your story using you, and your brand together
  9. Never using your blog
  10. Home sliders that make no sense, and add no value

Listen to the audio for details and how you can take action today to make your eCommerce website more effective, engaging and convert browsers into buyers. 

Are you making any of these mistakes? If so, what's ONE thing you'd like to change. Leave it in the comments below. I'd love to hear if these resonated with you.

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Wishing you much abundance + retail bliss,