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Robiul Islam
Jun 29, 2022
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Relevant Products – This one is meant to be used as another time saver for customers. It's true, some customers prefer to save time by shopping for what's hot, but others save time by buying from sites that make it easy for them to find what they're looking for. This is why displaying your store's parent categories and child categories, if you can integrate them elegantly into your design, should be considered on your homepage. Here's an interesting way GetBowtied uses this technique for the collection: Best-selling demo of their company logo design Shopkeeper theme. trader demo It uses a featured collection and presents the products in a clean and minimalist way. It is free from distractions and gives the customer a clear indication of what to focus their attention on and what to buy. Related Items: 5 reasons why your online store is not working WordPress for Ecommerce: 10 Things You Need to Know 3. Simplify your site navigation This one overlaps with the last tip. A well-designed website should be easy to use. Your visitors shouldn't have to scroll through multiple pages to find something, nor should you complicate the navigation and overall structure of your site. This trick starts in the backend of your site and consists of simplifying the parent product categories, child product categories, product tags and product attributes that WooCommerce allows you to create. Creating too many hierarchies can make it difficult for customers to find the products they're looking for, and when using hierarchies, make sure they make sense. For example, an outdoor store should have the following parent categories: Sin Hunt Camping boating Clothes These are general categories, and they should be the only categories you place in your navigation menu. This store must not use parent categories such as "fishing reels", "tents", or "hunting apparel". These are children's categories that belong to the Fishing, Camping and Clothing categories respectively. If you want to make your child categories easily accessible on the homepage without creating clutter, use a mega menu that allows you to hide your child and grandchild categories behind a drop-down menu. Here is an example in the XStore theme by 8theme.
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