Arguably one of the most important steps in building the success of your Shopify store is adding your products. After all, the point of e-commerce is to sell! Fortunately, adding products to your Shopify backend is quick and simple. Here are 12 easy steps to show you how:
The Shopify database allows customers to create accounts that store passwords, some personal information, past orders, and existing orders. This information is retrieved when a customer logs in again, and some of it is used to populate address details during checkout. Before you get started, it might be a good idea to review our section […]
You may want to use customer information to analyze data and report on geographic trends. You can use CSV files in most software programs for these purposes. Taking the time to organize your CSV file will save you time in the future. Prior to uploading your CSV file onto the Shopify database, your file must […]
Do you need to add a customer into your Shopify database? Although customers are automatically added into your database, you may find yourself needing to add a person’s information the old fashioned way. The ease in adding information is second to none as Shopify allows users to manually add information through its user-friendly interface.
Having an ecommerce store can be overwhelming, so streamlining wherever possible is crucial to both your success and your peace of mind. One way to do this is by tracking your product inventory through Shopify, which will help you manage the inventory you have in stock, and any possible production you may be involved with. […]
Need to take a deep dive into your orders? Streamline organization and management of purchases by utilizing sort and filter functions in your “Orders” tab within your Shopify backend. Shopify’s sorting tool organizes your order information, allowing you to view and analyze order history more efficiently. The filter tool allows you to quickly and easily […]