User Experience is a “done-to-death” topic. Millions of words have been written on it. And people continue to write more about UX every single day. Take this piece that you’re reading for example.
If you are about to open a Shopify store or if you are looking to update the look and feel of your old one, now is a great time to do that.
If you’re selling on Shopify, you’re in a great position to make a profitable start to the year. Just ensure that you’re making the most of all that the Shopify platform has to offer. After all, you want to be getting maximum value out of those monthly subscription fees.
This is a guest post written by Matt Lessard. Matt is the proud owner of a successful Shopify Store: Homeoanimal.com, and also the founder of Busterfetcher.com, a company that helps recover shipping fees automatically and hassle-free.
Brands want to squeeze as many sales out of their site visitors as possible. Often, users who abandoned products in their shopping carts are your lowest hanging fruit.
If you are a serious Shopify sellers and depends on your Shopify store for the living then there’s no way around improving your store’s page loading time.
It’s definitely not a new business model, but one thing is for sure: subscriptions as a business don’t show any signs of slowing down. This chart from Hitwise shows the amount of traffic the top subscription based companies are still generating on a monthly basis.
Reviews. No list of eCommerce “must-haves” is complete without them. Everyone’s heard a statistic like “Reviews produce an average of 18% uplift in sales”, which is why you have them in your store, right? They’re essential.
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A guest article by the Litefy team, a Shopify app which instantly turns any Shopify store into a Progressive Web …