Join us for this webinar with Arianne Foulks of web design firm Aeolidia to find out what makes a website work, and learn about some features that could increase sales.
With all of the ecommerce choices out there, it can be difficult to know which option is best for you. We’ve built this calculator the will help you compare all of the most common platforms.
If you use Shopify for your ecommerce store, there’s a number of apps that will assist in adding a wholesale component to your business. In this article, we’ll go over some of the most popular wholesale apps available for Shopify, discussing their features and prices so you can decide which one may be right for you.
Over the summer in 2021, Shopify made a big announcement. They unveiled Online Store 2.0, which has several new features that merchants and developers alike have been asking for. It’s exciting! And it’s also new (and possibly overwhelming). So let’s dive into what’s changed exactly and what it means for your Shopify website.
Choosing the right website builder for your business can be overwhelming. We examine all of the major platforms, exploring features and pricing.
If you’re a crafty business owner that is selling goods or services, you need some way to process and track your sales transactions. These are point of sale (POS) systems and include the software you’re using to manage your sales transactions, inventory, customer relations, marketing efforts, and more, as well as the hardware you’re using to accomplish these tasks.
Shopify is the premier ecommerce platform and with so many themes it’s highly customizable. In this quick-start guide, Shopify expert Shelley Easter explains how to assess Shopify themes and ensure they’ll meet the needs of your business so you can make the right choice.
In this webinar, Shopify expert Shelley Easter will walk you through setting up a Shopify shop including choosing a theme and apps, transitioning from Etsy, using the Shopify POS, and more.
Shopify is a premier ecommerce platform and one that I recommend to many small businesses. Here are reasons I think you should set your shop up on Shopify, as well as some quick-start steps you can take right now.
Last week MailChimp threw the ecommerce world into a panic by announcing that they would no longer integrate with Shopify. The two companies were apparently unable to resolve a disagreement overcome to an agreement over a data privacy issue. Here’s how we recommend you proceed.