I started this store for bridal party preparation. I also work as a bridal hairdresser and noticed that everyone was using very similar items in the morning before a wedding. Primarily I wanted to sell robes for the bridal party to wear while getting ready, but I also noticed that some brides wear a veil because of family pressure and they don't want to spend a lot of money on a veil they don't really want to wear so I have an affordable range of veils on my site too. I order my products via the Oblero app with most coming from Ali Express. I have had a lot of sales from ebay using ink frog app. My best seller is a long dressing gown. I've imported 95 products to my store and have gone through all the descriptions tagging each product and putting them into collections.
It's a great little store that has a number of products idea for a wedding day. I will offer 1 month if help to whoever buys this store. I always had a few sales each month without doing too much so imagine how you could expand with more e-commerce experience.
How can the future owner improve the business?
The future owners could run more ads and maybe do more SEO. someone with a better knowledge of ecommerce could improve this ready made store immediately. I was hairdressing too and found it hard when I had a lot of work on to manage the store and the hairdressing.
What work have you put into the store?
I sourced a few of the dressing gowns and have a few samples of them. I've done a lot of work on the descriptions and pages I have run a few ads and have sat for hours checking product pages. I've personally seen first hand what people wear on the morning of a wedding and sourced products based on years of bridal party experience.
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What sort of marketing do you do to promote the store?