Creating Shopify Online Stores

Starting an online store has never been easier! Shopify is a complete ecommerce solution that lets you set up an online store and sell your goods.

Shopify

 An e-commerce platform made for you

The Shopify e-commerce platform is one of the best software platforms for selling goods online. This system allows you to organize your products, customize your store location, accept credit card payments, track and respond to orders – all with just a few mouse clicks. If you want to use Shopify to build your web store you will not need to install a CMS system, you do not need programming skills, and you do not need a web hosting server.

Main features of a Shopify store:

  • Professional ecommerce website that launches in minutes
  • Control your store design with a huge collection of responsive themes that define the look of your web store
  • Easily add, list, modify, and organize products using an intuitive control panel
  • Define and track inventory for any product
  • Multiple variants for each product with options for tracking inventory, pricing, tags…
  • Set up a courier and shipping
  • Manage orders, email notifications of orders received...
  • Create discount and promotional coupons
  • Set currency and language of the store
  • All credit cards and payment methods
  • 100% reliable web hosting

How to Start a Shopify Web Store:

4 Steps to starting a Shopify Web Store:

Step #1
Create a Shopify user account
To get started with the Shopify platform, it's enough to create a Shopify user account and choose your monthly payment options for your account. The price for a user account ranges from $29 to $299 per month in 3 variants. This link contains all the payment options you can choose from: https://www.shopify.com/pricing
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Step #2
Purchase a theme for your web store
After creating an account and opting for one of the payment options offered, you need to decide on the look of your future web store. The layout of your web store is defined by Shopify themes. Some of the offered themes are free and some are charged and their price depends on the additional options they offer. The layout and options of your store will depend on what you want to offer to your customers and how advanced your store will be. We suggest that you consult with us before making a purchase decision. Check out all the collections of Shopify Ecommerce Website templates.
Step #2
Step #3
Create your products
After purchasing and publishing a theme, you need to create your products. All information related to one product is entered using the Add product screen. You do not need any programming skills to enter this information, you just need to fill in the blanks. This screen allows you to enter the name and description of the product, category or collection the product belongs to, product images, price, compare at price, unique product number, product supplies, information about different variants of the same product such as color, size, etc...
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Step #4
Set up your store navigation, payment options, courier, delivery options ...
After entering the product, it is necessary to create a web store navigation that will easily take the visitor to every page of your store and to every product in the web store. The payment method and options, courier and product delivery options, store language, notifications sent to the store owner and customers need to be defined. All this is done by simply entering information into the appropriate fields or by selecting predefined options.
Step #4

SEO optimization of a Shopify web store

When it comes to optimizing your store, we have to emphasize that Shopify is designed by SEO experts so that your store will rank high in Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engines without much extra effort. Shopify CMS control panel enables you to define some aspects of SEO optimization such as the input field that lets you define the Google search result snippet - display a description of each of your products within the search results page, or the input field for entering an ALT attribute for each image of your products. The XML site map for web store indexing in search engines is generated automatically. There is also a field for entering Google analytics code to track visits to your store, and it is possible to install a free plugin that lets you enter all your products info into the Google Merchant Center by following a simple procedure.