You want to get your business out online successfully. And of course, you have a lot of things to do. But the problem is, you don’t know where to start.
And you need a complete solution to let you start, grow, and manage your business online.
You need to create an online store that is uniquely you.
You need to sell in different places – not just in your physical store.
You need to manage all the operations that make up a successful business.
But how do you that?
Shopify is the complete solution for your need to start, grow, and manage your business online.
What exactly does Shopify do for you?
It helps you create and customize an online store.
It helps you sell in different places. It could be through the web, mobile, social media, online marketplaces, brick-and-mortar shops, and others.
It helps you manage your products, inventory, payments, and shipping.
And let me tell you, here are some exciting updates that they’ve developed to help people that use Shopify.
Here are 6 Updates you need to know about Shopify for your business.
Better Shopify App Store
Shopify has a fantastic collection of apps that merchants can use to get their businesses up and running. Right now, they have redesigned and relaunched it. They made it better for the merchants so that they can market more efficiently.
It helps to match with over 600,000 merchants. This is through new subcategories, improved app listing pages, and better recommendations. This will be easier for them. It will help merchants to discover, evaluate, and use apps to help them run their business.
Another thing, app developers can also showcase their skills through the apps they show here. This is to let the merchants know apps work best for them.
App Trials and Improved Billing Information
There are apps that merchants can use. Of course, they can try them out first through app trials. In Shopify, they can see how long they have been using these apps and how many days are left until the trial ends.
Aside from this, it’s also easy to see the billing information of a merchant. They can see the charge dates and the charge amount of the app. They can also see any additional charges they have incurred.
This will help them understand exactly how much an app is costing them. They also get to know how much they will be charged. This provides clarity and helps in avoiding misunderstanding.
Simplified Shopify Plus using Transporter App
Data migration is often one of the challenges of setting things up. Luckily, Shopify Plus has the Transporter app. This is a data migration tool. It helps merchants to upload large files, import products, customer data, orders, and other things. This is the fastest way to load data into Shopify.
Using this can save you valuable time and effort.
Using CSV for easier migrations
Of course, aside from Transporter, there are other ways to redirect your data in Shopify. Another way to do this is by using CSV files. In a couple of minutes, it is now easier to redirect thousands of their store’s pages. This makes it easier for them without risking extremely valuable hard earned search rankings.
Yes, it is possible to sell and get paid in different currencies in Shopify. This helps hundreds of thousands of growing merchants accept payments anywhere they sell. And of course, they can sell in a foreign currency and receive payouts in their local money.
Merchants can do the following things:
And the good thing is, you can set this up in about a minute.
Right now, GPDR is essential. It establishes a website into something legitimate. Also, all Shopify apps that handle personal data needs to subscribe to all mandatory webhooks. This allows developers to respond to requests around accessing, viewing, and deleting personal data.
Knowing this, it helps secure your transactions in business by keeping sensitive information safe.
These are what you can expect in Shopify.
But of course, you want to get this up and running more efficiently. It’s a challenge to do it on your own.
Why not let us help you? All you have to do is contact us. See you.
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