3 Tips to Improve Your Shopify Store SEO

There are a number of things that influence your site’s search engine optimization (SEO). Even though one of the key factors is relevant content, there are a number of other things you can do to improve your Shopify store SEO. SEO is an ongoing process so you should revisit the checklist periodically and keep it in mind when creating new content on your store.

In this post, we’ll take a look at 3 ways you can improve your store’s search optimization – by making navigation easier, using the right amount of keywords, and speeding up your site. Read More…

How to Get the Most Out of Shopify

This is a guest post from Patrick Foster, an eCommerce entrepreneur, coach, and writer. He currently writes on EcommerceTips.org where he shares engaging eCommerce content for entrepreneurs, bloggers and business owners.


So you have decided to take the plunge and start your own eCommerce journey? Good.

Got your products sorted? Been through market validation? Now, the next logical step is to build up a solid online brand that will help launch your products to the world. Here are some top tips on how to get the most out of your entrepreneurial journey with Shopify. Read More…

Sell Time Bookings and Appointments Using Shopify

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In this post, we take a look at how you can sell time bookings and appointments through Shopify. This means that customers can pick a time and/or date in a calendar, and pay via Shopify’s checkout to complete their registration for the appointment. Shopify has a number of apps that can help enable calendar bookings or date pickers so that registrations can be completed on your store, rather than using or going to a third-party calendar provider. Read More…

Create and Sell Online Courses via Shopify

Online learning has been growing in popularity over the last few years. The barriers to set up online courses have been reducing where it is no longer large organizations or institutions who are able to create these courses.

Online learning allows providers to share their knowledge at a low cost, and allows learners access to this low-cost learning from anywhere and at any time. In this post, we’ll take a look at a couple of ways you can use Shopify to sell online courses. Read More…

3 Email Marketing Tips for Shopify Stores

Email marketing plays an important role in a brand’s growth. A majority of people still prefer emails for commercial communication, and 81% of US online shoppers are more likely to make additional purchases due to receiving emails. In this post, we go over 3 email marketing tips for your Shopify store that you can quickly implement and start connecting with your customers.

We’ll take a look at how you can get email subscribers, automate emails, and create some simple campaigns. Read More…

November App of the Month: Shopify Products on Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is one of the most popular chat applications in the world. According to a report by Statista, the app had roughly 1 billion monthly active users as of July 2016. This makes Messenger an ideal platform for social selling through Shopify.

In this post, we’ll take a look at how you can use the Messenger app by Shopify to sell products directly through Facebook Messenger, and enable store chats and notifications within the messaging app. Read More…

Prepare Your Shopify Store for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

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With the holiday season approaching, it’s time to get your store ready for the sales and promotions, if you haven’t already. Shoppers tend to do almost half of their holiday shopping online. This means that you can capture part of these sales by promoting sales on your Shopify store.

In this post, we’ll take a look at five tips you can use to boost sales during Black Friday (November 25) and Cyber Monday (November 28) this year. Read More…

How to add Pricing Tables on Shopify Stores

For some eCommerce stores on Shopify, there are products and services that are similar to each other, but have tiered pricing. This tiered pricing typically reflects the number of features that are included in that tier. By default, customers would have to go to the individual product page to see what these features are. However, you can make their life easier by adding pricing tables on Shopify to give an overview and comparison of these features.

What am I talking about? Here’s an example of pricing table that Shopify uses to show their plans.

In this post, we’ll take a look at why and when you can use pricing tables, and do a quick walkthrough of a free app that allows you to add pricing tables to your Shopify store. Read More…