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BareFit USA
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Problem: After conducting a thorough analysis of the company's online presence, it was determined that one of the main issues was the product titles. Many of the titles were not optimized for search engines, making it difficult for potential customers to find the company's products online.

Solution: To address this issue, we researched relevant keywords and incorporating them into the titles in a natural way.

The team also made sure to include important information about the product in the title, such as size, flavor, and any unique features.

Problem: The company had been manually listing their products on their website, which was time-consuming and prone to errors.
Solution: To streamline their product listing process, the company decided to use CSV files to manage their inventory. We created a template in a Google spreadsheet that included all of the necessary information for each product, including the product name, description, price, and available sizes.

Once the template was set up, the company was able to quickly and easily add new products to their inventory by simply filling out the template and saving it as a CSV file. They could then import this file into their website, which automatically added the new products to the online store.

Love Lingo
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Keshav Natural Organics

Problem: Low Search engine rankings and Low organic traffic to the website.
Solution: Research keyword phrases: We conducted extensive keyword research to identify the most relevant and popular keyword phrases for the Keshav Natural Organics Agency website. These keywords were used to optimize the website's content and meta tags.

Create content around keywords: We created a variety of new content pieces that were optimized for the target keyword phrases. This included blog posts, product descriptions, and landing pages.

Problem: They had a large inventory of clothing items, but were unsure of how to organize them in a way that made sense to customers. 

Solution: We helped the store owners to organize their inventory into logical categories and subcategories. This made it easier for customers to find the items they were looking for and for easy for owners to manage their store.

Babes & Barbie
Beautify Universe
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Problem: Beautify Universe was struggling with organizing and tagging their products in a way that is intuitive and easy for customers to use.

Solution: To solve these problems, we decided to implement a tagging system for their products. Each product was assigned a unique tag that included the product name, type, and any relevant keywords. For example, the tag for a facial cleanser might include the keywords "facial cleanser," "natural," and "organic." The tags were then used to organize the products on the store's website, allowing customers to easily browse and search for specific products.
Problem: The company's product titles were not effectively conveying the value or benefits of the products to potential customers.
Solution: The team analyzed the titles of the top-selling products and compared them to those of the company's competitors. We also conducted keyword research to identify popular search terms and phrases related to the company's products.

Based on this analysis, we recommended that the company rework their product titles to be more descriptive and customer-focused. And suggested incorporating keywords, benefits, and unique selling points into the titles to make them more compelling and relevant to potential customers.

Cornish Creek Great Outdoors
Personally Yours
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Problem: Lack of high-quality product images on the store's website. Many of the images were low resolution, poorly lit, or simply not representative of the actual product.
Solution: They also hired a professional graphic designer to create clean, cohesive product listings on the Shopify store, And we uploaded multiple image products complete with detailed descriptions.
Problem: The owner wanted to ensure that each color option has its own product image on the website.

Solution: We begin by creating a new product in the Shopify backend and filling in all of the necessary information - product name, description, price, etc. We then upload the main image for the t-shirt, which shows the black version. Next, we click on the "Variants" tab and sets up the three color options for the t-shirt - black, red, and blue. For each variant, we click on the "Add Image" button and uploads a separate product image for each color. This ensures that each color option has its own unique image on the website. We also makes sure to update the "Variant Image" dropdown in the "Options" section to match the correct image for each variant. This ensures that the correct image is displayed when a customer selects a specific color option on the product page.

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