For many of us, artificial intelligence seems like a distant future where robots will take over our jobs. In reality, AI is already everywhere and many Shopify apps have turned to AI and specifically machine learning to help you work with your data in several different ways. There are currently less than 100 Shopify apps that employ the use of AI for different types of tasks you might need help with from product recommendations to SEO, video creation, and email marketing. We've had an in-depth look at all AI-driven Shopify apps to select 8 of the best ones, each for a different need. Disclaimer: Remember that not all of these artificial intelligence apps will be compatible with your store's settings and theme.
Shopify has over a million stores helping eCommerce merchants grow their business. You've got the will, We've got the way – that's the motto of Shopify and they pretty much live up to it. Setting up an eCommerce store is a cakewalk on Shopify but that's just the tip of the ice-berg. The real challenge begins when you want to integrate the right kind of marketing tools for your Shopify store. With a plethora of Shopify apps in the app store, it can get exhausting to find apps that can help you increase your revenue.
More than 80% of the online population shop online for their goods and services which means having your own Shopify store is a pretty good idea! But you probably need to some help for 2019 to increase sales and grow your Shopify. There are a lot of successful Shopify stores out there that you can learn from. I'll be showing you five successful Shopify Store examples to model in 2019. I'll not only be showing you these stores are but what you can apply to your own Shopify store to see that success come your way.
Shopify is rolling out a new feature that it says will help retailers curb the negative side effects of the showrooming trend and increase online sales. It's called Buy Online for Shopify POS, and it allows businesses to offer an online purchase option to shoppers who've come to a brick-and-mortar store to try out products in-person. In a real world scenario, a Shopify merchant using this feature would help a customer build an online cart while they shop in-store, then email it to the customer so they can decide whether to buy online later. For businesses with a commission-based pay structure, the Buy Online feature credits the appropriate staff member for each sale. "Consider it the equivalent of a real-life abandoned cart," Shopify wrote in a blog post.
If you're a business owner, you know that you need a really great ecommerce site that can reel in customers with its good looks and superb functionality. But with countless options for really fantastic website builders out there, how could you ever choose the best for your biz? Well, we've narrowed it down to two of the best -- Shopify and Squarespace -- to get your search started. These two platforms really are the best.) At first glance, the battle of Squarespace versus Shopify appears to be a pretty uneven matchup. In one corner, you've got Shopify with its powerful ecommerce tools, ready to get down to business.