Increase your sales with Amazon Storefront
Transform your business with our captivating storefront design
A well-crafted storefront boosts brand visibility, making your business stand out and attracting potential customers.
Enhanced Customer Experience
Engage customers with a smooth storefront experience, streamlining product exploration and discovery."
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The Stores insights dashboard offers powerful insights into your Store's sales, visits, page views, and on/off Amazon traffic
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Elevate Your Amazon Storefront, Drive Sales Today! With strategic design and compelling visuals, our expert team enhances your storefront to captivate visitors and drive conversions.
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Frequently asked questions
An Amazon Storefront is a mini e-commerce website that allows brands to showcase all of their products in a single shopping destination. With top content, photography, and graphics, an optimized Storefront will help you capture the attention of shoppers and also serve as a landing page for advertisements.
Addmatrix is very well renowned for their designers that work their hats off to provide a very engaging Amazon Storefront Design for your brand and products.
Just place an order with us, give us your ASIN, website and examples of storefront you like. We’ll handle the rest.
Any seller, vendor and agency which is looking to open an Amazon Store can enroll on the Amazon Brand Registry and open an Amazon Storefront.
No, there is no limit to the number of products you can list on your Amazon Storefront.
Yes, Amazon storefronts are mobile-friendly. Amazon storefronts are designed to be responsive, meaning they will adjust to the size of the screen. They are easy to navigate and product images and descriptions are clear and legible on the small screen.
Yes. Amazon offers a feature called ‘Store scheduling’ that allows you to schedule changes to your storefront for specific dates and times. You can update your storefront’s banner, logo, and featured products to align with major shopping events like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Prime Day. It helps to increase your store’s visibility and drive more sales during these peak shopping periods.
Here are some tips for creating a successful Amazon Storefront:
- Ensure your store’s navigation is simple so that customers can easily find what they are looking for. Organize your products into categories and subcategories and use clear, concise labels.
- Optimize your storefront by adding a custom logo, banner, and description. You can also use titles like ‘bestsellers’ and ‘recommended for you’ to draw interest from potential customers.
- Include high-quality images that show your products from multiple angles and in different settings. This helps customers visualize the product and make an informed buying decision.
- Write a brief and enticing copy that ignites customer interest and create a page that showcases your brand story, values, and ethics.
- Create a dedicated page for offering discounts and promotions in your store. You can make the best use of this page during major shopping events such as Prime Day and BFCM weekend.
You can measure the performance of your Amazon storefront using several metrics, including:
- Traffic: You can track the number of visitors to your storefront by using Amazon’s built-in analytics tool or by using third-party tools such as Google Analytics.
- Conversion Rate: The conversion rate measures the percentage of visitors to your storefront who make a purchase. You can calculate the conversion rate by dividing the number of purchases by the number of visitors to your storefront.
- Sales: You can track your storefront’s sales performance by monitoring your overall sales figures, as well as sales figures for individual products or product categories.
- Click-Through Rate: Click-through rate measures the percentage of visitors who click through to your product detail pages. You can calculate the click-through rate by dividing the number of clicks by the number of visitors to your storefront.
- Bounce Rate: The bounce rate measures the percentage of visitors who leave your storefront without clicking through to any other pages. You can calculate the bounce rate by dividing the number of single-page visits by the total number of visits.
By regularly monitoring these metrics, you can identify areas where your storefront may be underperforming and make adjustments to improve your overall performance.
You can use Amazon Storefronts to drive traffic and sales to your Amazon listings by optimizing your product listings for search engines, using Amazon Advertising to promote your products, offering exclusive deals and promotions, and creating a seamless and engaging customer experience on your storefront.