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Introduction The very first step to create a Shopify account is choosing your store name. Automatically, Shopify generates your store URL in the format https://yourstorename.myshopify.com. However, if you’re unsatisfied with the existing name and you want to change it. This article will show you a step by step guide on how to change Shopify store name: Log into your Shopify admin account Go to “Setting” Select “General” Fill in your new name at the “Store…

Overview You have just started your online business on Shopify and you want to continue using the current domain you have purchased from a third-party provider, with your new Shopify store. If this is your case, keep reading this article! In this post, we will show you the detailed steps of transferring domain to Shopify, an optimal solution to the above-mentioned situation. Table of contents Why do you need to transfer your domain? How can…

Overview Recent developments in multi-channel selling have heightened the need for expanding the business and increasing sales on as many platforms as possible. Apparently, leveraging two blockbusters of the online shopping industry which are an eCommerce website and a marketplace, merchants will undoubtedly gain the upper hand. Currently, Shopify and Amazon are two outstanding name when it comes to best-in-class eCommerce platforms. Hence, in this article, I will be providing you with step-by-step instructions to…

Introduction Founded in 1995, eBay has become one of the most popular online marketplaces as millions of people trade every day and you can find almost everything here, ranging from antiques, vintage items, unusual items to cars, books, or sporting goods. It is absolutely a good place to start your business. Besides, Etsy which was founded in 2005 is well-known as the global marketplace for unique and creative goods. You can find special, extraordinary items,…

If you are to import a huge number of products to Shopify, this guide will show you the possible ways to import products to Shopify. You can use it as a reference to make sure that you don’t forget any key tasks. If you are planning to import customers and orders to Shopify, please refer to the import process that is available. In this article, we will cover three methods to do Shopify import products:…

Table of contents Introduction How to import customers to Shopify Export customers CSV file from source store Import customers into Shopify How to import orders to Shopify Using transporter app (only available for Shopify Plus) Using a third-party app Conclusion Introduction Finding a good eCommerce platform will greatly affect the development of the stores as well as businesses. For users looking for a groundbreaking along with a sustainable platform to expand, they are always inclining…

Table of contents Introduction Reasons to pause/close a Shopify store Preparation How to pause a Shopify store? How to close a Shopify store? Conclusion Introduction If you’re wondering how to close a Shopify store because of one reason or another, you are able to completely or temporarily close your store by yourself. Keep reading this blog to find out the right way to do that! Basically, there are 5 steps to close a Shopify store:…

Owning a growing online store, you may come to times when you have to find the best solution to manage your customers’ data. One of the best ways for managing customers is to create a group of specific customers. So, why do you need to create your list of Shopify customer groups? Promotion: Customer groups can be combined with discounts to offer promotions to specific customer groups. Marketing: Customer groups also help you target specific…

WordPress and Shopify are two of the most well-known names in the eCommerce sphere. Currently, WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system, more than one-third of all websites are powered by this website builder. Meanwhile, Shopify is the leading eCommerce platform among hosted solutions. At a quick glance, it seems to be impossible to combine these two platforms to run your online business. However, in 2016, Shopify announced the publication of their WordPress…

Magento officially announced that they’re no longer supporting Magento 1 and encouraging merchants to perform the difficult task of upgrading their stores to the latest version as soon as possible. If you decide not to go through the challenging migration process, your site and customer data are at risk as there will be no further security updates and quality fixes. Additionally, many of the Magento 1 extensions that you currently rely on would be outdated…