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07-04-2013, 02:22 AM #11
holy shit that website is terrible
your juice might be the best but I wouldnt buy from a website like that.
heed the advice of these guys and get it worked on
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07-04-2013, 02:26 AM #12
joking aside,...just because people buy the perfumes through social media, doesn't mean you're not missing out on potential customers because of your fly-by-night looking website. You can even do it yourself for under $500 using wordpress and buying an ecommerce theme.'12 Silver S550 Spa/Massage/Leather Resort
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07-04-2013, 02:28 AM #13Member
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Just to show you I'm serious, I spent a few minutes making a splash page. No logos or anything, just grabbed some text off of your website and threw some css effects on there. Excuse the web address. Hosting it on a small site I made for my brother's fishing stuff. I like getting back into this stuff!
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07-04-2013, 03:03 AM #14
07-04-2013, 03:11 AM #15
Congrats on the launch! I'm not trying to beat a dead horse here, but your website needs major improvements!
You have to understand you need customers to come to your website and see a professional layout. It's like going to a restaurant, would you rather by from the dirty run down restaurant or clean neat restaurant? Keep in mind both places have good food. Most likely everyones going to the clean one.
It doesn't matter just how good the product is. You have to make the customer feel attracted to the website and product. You want them to read and search the products.
I wish you luck on this new endeavor!
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07-04-2013, 03:55 AM #18
Awesome little venture David. Good luck with the business and like it has been said, a newer refreshed website would go a long way.
All the best
07-04-2013, 04:18 AM #19
Okay guys, i get the message loud and clear and promise a clean website machine within the week. PM sent to the guy who wants to work on their CSS. Wickedlysane all my perfumes are at least 80% natural organic essential oils and the only reason i use any synthetics is that i create some pretty strange scent profiles. As for Creed, well there is a lot of debate in the niche perfume world as to exactly how natural Creed really is....I'm not here to go there and def don't want to diss your man's scent profile, believe me he is way ahead of the general quality curve and Creed Anteus is worshiped by a large segment of the niche perfume wearing world. My very first high end scent was an old one by Creed called Erolfa. If any of you live in the New York area I will be at the nation's most upscale fragrance trade show in August and may be able to get some guest passes...pm me.
This is a perfect time to redo the site, i have two new frags coming out in the next two months, perfumes when they are natural need to macerate anywhere from 1 to 6 months before they are really developed enough to bring to market. One of my perfumes sat for two years and i just released it. Don't buy it cause it smells like horsesh*t, but in the middle east this scent is revered by sultans and i have even sold my blend to members of the Moroccan royal family. Also, i have three reviews coming out in Fragrantica which is the world's largest english speaking fragrance site and at that point i will defnitely be getting traffic from strangers...anyway, the juice is awesome, in it's own unique and oftentimes challenging way.
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07-04-2013, 04:21 AM #20
Good luck! I agree that your website needs some improving. I don't think it's terrible, but your website is what many of your potential customers will see first, and what they will judge you by. I know that if I go to a website, and it looks old/rundown and has glitches, I am automatically not buying anything from that brand. Even if you make a great product, a good website is also necessary.
Edit: You posted at the sametime I did. Nevermind.