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…

Use an FAQ Page on Shopify to Quickly Answer Questions

faq page on shopify

An FAQ page on Shopify can be a useful addition to your store as it can serve a number of purposes. As your store grows, there may be questions that are not addressed in your sales copy or products’ description. Instead of leaving these questions unanswered until customers hear back from your support team (which may just be you in the beginning), add an FAQ page to address commonly asked questions.

In this post, we’ll take a look at how an FAQ page improves customer experience, tips for building one, and Shopify apps that can help. Read More…

September 2016 Edition: Top Free Shopify Apps

Best Free Shopify apps

Time for another edition of our quarterly list of top free Shopify apps. In this post, we take a look at an app that lets you display different currencies, a URL shortener that helps you track sales, and deliver documents as PDFs to customers within emails.

These apps are free to use, or have a premium versions available with more features. Read More…

Tips to Manage Social Media for your Shopify Store

There is a lot that goes into building your brand and increasing sales on your Shopify store. Part of the marketing effort is usually spent to manage social media profiles as this can help build and foster a community of your audience. This can be a lucrative driver of traffic and sales – as was the case for Trendy Treehouse using Instagram.

However, social can start taking up more time and energy as there can quickly be a lot of things to track. Here are five tips to help you better manage your social media profiles with some helpful tools to schedule and automate posts. Read More…

How to Sell Internationally with Shopify

international selling

eCommerce sales are growing globally as more people have access to faster technology and better commerce infrastructure, and as the middle class rises. Given this growth, it is important to sell internationally on Shopify as this can open your store to new markets and increase your revenues.

According to eMarketer, eCommerce sales continue to grow globally and will reach $1.9 trillion in 2016. Read More…

Order Status Page Best Practices for Shopify

Manage Shopify Blogs

The order status page is an important part of the eCommerce journey as it is the last page after checkout is completed. Customers may have browsed only parts of your website, but all customers see this page after they complete their purchase.

By default, the new order status pages show shipping location for certain carriers, and order details like purchased products, billing information, and shipping information. The page also includes a link to continue shopping on your store. However, there’s a lot more you can do with the space available on this page.

In this post, we list 8 things you can include on your order status pages to improve engagement, gain advocates, and create a better customer experience. Read More…

3 Tips to Speed Up Your Shopify Store

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We have all come to expect fast load times that create seamless experiences from our online browsing. Your customers expect the same from your Shopify store. Load speeds are something you would never hear about if everything is perfectly optimized, but will certainly affect your customers’ experience if they’re not what customers expect. In such cases, you will need to speed up your site to keep customers engaged.

In this post, we’ll take a look at how slow sites can impact sales, and go over three tips to improve your store’s speed. Read More…

Mid-Year Check: Tips to Gain Shopify Sales

As we get to a little over halfway through the year, let’s take a step back from all the shop tips and store enhancements you’ve been reading about. In this post, we will focus on things that we all try to look for in eCommerce stores. These are often part of our objections to purchase from a particular store, and you can gain Shopify sales by addressing these.

Here are five basic things that can help overcome these sales objections, and that customers seek in Shopify stores. Read More…