One popular thing I find about this subreddit (as a notorious Reddit lurker) is the number of people who ask for feedback of the web. Often people tie it to a post about not getting sales, often it is because people lack confidence in their design. "Is that pretty good? "This is a popular problem. More often than not, the answer is-no. But don't be afraid, for today we'll cover the only trick you'll ever need to make sure you've got a beautifully built website to help improve sales: use references.
First of all Recognize websites you like and/or Identify websites that sell you a similar like raglan t shirt at my lil peep store product or service. If you use Shopify, there are chances that a store would sell a similar product and use a similar theme to you. Don't be afraid to look at how they create their website using the same theme and then steal ideas from them. Check out stores that do better than you.
Brainstorm what you like and do not like. Develop a list either on paper or digitally. Use this list to develop a plan. Your plan is your website in text form. It can be a mind map, a word jumble, a list or multiple lists, an excel document, or any other medium that helps you keep your thoughts organized.
Finally Build your website based on your plan, which should be based off of your references. Keep going back and checking your references as you go.
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