April 6, 2020
Shopify Review

Shopify Review


Hello, future online shop owners! Today we
are going to talk about the ecommerce platform, Shopify. Stay tuned for the advantages and
disadvantages of this software and hopefully by the end of this overview you will know
whether or not Shopify is for you. What is Shopify?
Shopify is an ecommerce platform that allows you to create your own online store and sell
to customers all over the world. The site was created in 2006, when the owners couldn’t
find an easy-to-use ecommerce software for their store, so they decided to build their
own. Today, tens of thousands of online stores are powered by Shopify, including such big
names as Tesla Motors and General Electric. Not too shabby, eh?
To get started, you just create your online store — don’t worry, you don’t have to be
a techie to do this! — and upload your inventory. Then, you start selling to people all over
the world! Shopify allows you to take all major credit cards, PayPal, money orders,
and more. The company continues to add new payment methods regularly.
What is so great about it? Number 1: You don’t have to be an awesome
techie to set up shop. The Shopify setup is really easy. First, you choose a template.
The hardest part about this is that there are over 100 templates to choose from! Next,
you customize it. Basically, you just play around with the theme settings and make any
changes to the font, logo, colors, etc. After it looks the way you want it to, launch it!
It doesn’t get much easier than that. Number 2: You get your own guru. With the
setup of your shop, you also receive a guru to help you out by giving advice on properly
setting up your shop, selling products, etc. Not only that, but your guru will help you
advertise! All new Shopify stores can receive a $100 credit for additional advertising on
Google Adwords so you can promote your shop on Google.
Number 3: You can sell to anyone in the world if you choose! With Shopify, you aren’t really
limited on languages or currencies. Besides the fact that you can write your shop in any
language you want, you can also collect in other currencies. Shopify supports local currencies
and tax rates, so you can live in Canada and sell to someone in Bangladesh. Pretty cool,
huh? Number 4: It’s really easy to categorize your
inventory. Like any major online retailer, you can categorize your inventory into “collections”.
For example, you can put a t-shirt into the “tees and tanks” category and the “sales”
category. Number 5: It’s also really easy to categorize
your customer base. You can put your customers into groups based on whatever factors you
want — where they are located, how much they spend, etc. Not only will this give you a
better idea of who your customers are, it will also allow you to target certain groups
for marketing emails. Why isn’t it great?
Number 1: The really good plans can get pricey. For example, as you move up from one plan
to the next, you get significantly more space and lower credit card fees, along with other
features, but you will have to pay quite a bit more. For companies like Tesla, this doesn’t
matter much, but for shops with high inventory but low prices, this could be significant.
Number 2: It redirects customers from Shopify for checkout. One major complaint about Shopify
is that it redirects to another site during the checkout process. This may or may not
scare your customers off from buying, but it’s definitely something to note if you are
considering using Shopify. Overall, Shopify is very well loved among
its customers. Try as I might, I was hard pressed to find complaints from Shopify’s
thousands of screaming fans. Okay, they weren’t screaming, but they were singing its praises.
How much is it? There are four different levels you can choose
from: The Starter Plan costs $14 a month. It features
unlimited bandwidth, 25 products, 1 GB file storage, and 2.9% +30 cents in credit card
fees. The Basic Plan costs $29 a month. It features
unlimited bandwidth, unlimited products, 1 GB file storage, a discount code engine, and
2.9% +30 cents in credit card fees. The Professional Plan costs $79 a month. It
features unlimited bandwidth, unlimited products, 5 GB file storage, a discount code engine,
abandoned cart recovery, and 2.5% +30 cents in credit card fees.
The Unlimited Plan costs $179 a month. It features unlimited bandwidth, unlimited products,
unlimited file storage, a discount code engine, abandoned cart recovery, real-time carrier
shipping, and 2.25% +30 cents in credit card fees.
Now that you know what Shopify is all about, I hope that you can decide for yourself whether
or not it is the best ecommerce platform for you. Please let us know in the comments if
you have ever used Shopify or any other ecommerce platform and what you thought of it. Have
a great day!

31 thoughts on “Shopify Review

  1. thanks for the info Epic Reviews I like watching you, such a great personality and voice , I just opened my store called Media Relations Team we do Social Media Management and I am going to sell Tshirts too ! 

  2. I like this guy, he got his point across in a captivating way. I'm interested in the content matter and feel informed on the subject as to want to further my investigation on Shopify. Well done young man!

  3. NOTE: You can't edit the site HTML/CSS if you've picked the Shopify Starter Plan. Implement your edits before you pick the plan. They'll remain even if you pick the Starter plan.

  4. You are very funny. I enjoy your review. Nice Haircut. You forgot to post the links:
    http://bit.ly/Shopify_Australia   http://bit.ly/Shopify_UK   http://bit.ly/Shopify-US-Prices

  5. Question: How to direct traffic to your site? For example like on ebay, people can just be on the same website and search different retailers. So someone searching for shoes can look at my products and other people's products, compare and choose whichever they like. But if Shopify allows me to make my own standalone website, how do i get customers? Does it provide a pool of companies for shoppers to choose from?

  6. Dude. your constant cutting. Made me sick. Had to stop. The video. It was like. Morse code. Or something. Fuck.

  7. Where do you get the products from. When u sell to someone in 'Bangladesh ' it will take 4 weeks to send the product will customer wait that long?

  8. From what i learned, shopify makes money from people who tries to make a site from them. And tutorials from ghetto people.

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