This doesn't make much sense. You can get a radiator or shocks anywhere. I thought you meant to make an effort to serve needs nobody else does or else what is the point?
I'm not trying to be combative but rather, you won't get any traction in the market if you don't REALLY address the parts we need but can't find elsewhere.
Plus, your link wouldn't even load so either it's so full of affiliate links that it won't work or the website is overwhelmed. Not even being able to see the pages is... well, I can't depend on that.
I dig your feedback!
I just tested the link in multiple browsers, works fine!
It works fine here too, now, but not then... to load the page you linked for shocks and radiators, but then I go to click a link on the page like for the Dayco belt (which BTW I just bought at Autozone for $33 w/tax - $7 coupon code - $5 rebate = $21) and the page stalls.
Additionally, it is very annoying when I right-click to load the page link in a new browser tab, that instead of getting the menu to do that, I get the message "Sorry our images are copyrighted" when in fact a lot of them are not, cannot be copyrighted by your company or website because they are someone else's images!
That doesn't keep anyone from using images which aren't your property either, as it's very easy to get around that annoying website feature, plus a lot of customers wish to document their product purchases by including a picture saved as a file with their receipt among their vehicle records.
The Dayco belt for example, is at most one where merely the "Made In USA" is edited out. Here's that image on Autozone:
Here is it on your site:
Same is true for the other picture of the Dayco belt, which is here among other places:
Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining about you using someone else's images so much as that you can't claim copyright on those you don't own and the 'site anti-feature is annoying and unfriendly to visitors.
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Bumpers and brush guards
I am curious, why are you undercutting your $150 website price for the following alternator with the $99 (incl. shipping) price on Amazon? That's quite a large price difference!
It would also be nice to have more specs on items like this, for example the amperage rating since there are two different/common amperage alternators that fit (at least the) V6 gen II engines, and on the shocks page it doesn't mention front or rear, RWD vs AWD/4WD if front, etc.
That's especially important on the following shock because it's a front shock but will not work on vehicles with 4WD or AWD:
Lastly I know you probably don't want to hear it but in this day and age it's vital to be price competitive on any part you hope to sell. For example the Monroe OESpectrum 37177 shocks are $66 on your site and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have trouble finding those for less at the most common places I price check which are Amazon, Rock Auto, Advance Auto Parts (almost always has a discount coupon code) and Autozone. Yep, they're only $28 + a nominal shipping charge on Rock Auto and $33 on Amazon.
^ Yes it's tough to compete against Amazon, but you'd have to build some extreme customer loyalty to get people to pay 100% more for the same parts. I just don't see it happening except when it's a local auto parts store and the vehicle repair is a rush job.
For me, I always shop price on the Internet and it usually
Comes down to rock auto, Amazon, or the local advance auto with their perpetual 35% off. I looked at the prices at blue powered and they are way out of line.
Noted on the parts, Thanks!
We have not opened up to Canada yet. When it comes to shipping cost from the US do you find it beneficial to order online?
FYI (opinion). Your banner is too big (wide) for this site's layout. The site already has a problem because it's not mobile friendly. Your oversize banner just makes the problem worse and tends to have a bit of an overbearing look. Blended banners have a higher CTR too.