Today's Seventeen Second Spark focusses on Shopify Shipping using multiple locations. Shipping rates are calculated based on the address of your store's shipping origin location, not the fulfillment location for each order. This means that all your locations share the same shipping zone.
If you offer free shipping or flat-rate shipping for all your orders, then you don't need to change your shipping settings.
If your shipping rates vary significantly between locations, then you can change the location that is set as your shipping origin.
In today’s Seventeen Second Spark we cover 3 tips to help you have a successful Holiday Shipping Season.1. Ensure you've added the product weights, of the products, on the Product page.
2. Make sure you've set up you Shopify Shipping correctly, either by weight or price: Contact directly for a Complimentary Shipping Strategy Review.
3. If you offer products that ship in a wide assortment of box sizes, we suggest adding an app that manages and assigns box sizes to return accurate rates.
These 3 tips will help make sure you don't lose money or, even worst, your hair during the shipping process.
In today’s Seventeen Second Spark we talk about Migrating to Shopify. Migrating from another platform to Shopify can be stressful but here are two items to make it successful.
1. Bring all of your old orders and customer data over so everything is located in one location.
2. Remember to set your 301 redirects so your SEO or Google Search listings don’t get lost after migrating.
In today's Seventeen Second Spark we want to let you know that Shopify finally released their native Email Marketing Platform aptly named “Email”. Now you can easily create email campaigns, send and track all of your email marketing campaigns directly from your Shopify admin. This will save you time and money!
In today's Seventeen Second Spark we remind you to Communicate everything you possibly can, to your customer, to convert the sale. FREE Shipping, delayed shipping times, BOGO deals, etc. Anything and Everything should be communicated and easily seen/read on the home, product and cart pages of your website.
In today's Seventeen Second Spark we understand you're getting cabin fever and want to get back to normal life. While you're on lock-down, we are here to help.
Planning on starting a Shopify business but have no ideawhere to start? Well, You’re in luck! Our Shopify Business Development Program is an 8-hourinstructor lead, online training program that teaches youeverything you need to know about operating yourown Shopify business.
In today’s Seventeen Second Spark we recommend you familiarize yourself with your stores analytics.
Shopify Analytics is a powerful section of your admin that provides a wealth of data for review. Understanding this data will help your overall sales conversions along with what works and what doesn’t on your website.
Track your customers geo-location, what channels they took to arrive at your website, how long they stayed, what they looked at, etc. Use it today!
In today’s Seventeen Second Spark we remind you that Tax season is fast approaching and there is no better time to ensure you are collecting the appropriate taxes. This should have been done during the website set-upstage, but in your admin, navigate to Settings, then Taxes and make sure you are correctly set for your State or Province.
In this Seventeen Second Spark we try to help you understand the importance of two key sections of your website - The Header and the Footer.
The Header and Footer play a vital role in the success of your Shopify website. The Header houses your navigation which should be optimized to drive sales. Don't add every single link to all of your pages in the main navigation. This section is to drive sales, not review shipping terms or legal pages.
Your Footer should have all of the links to business related pages like Terms, Legal, Shipping, etc. Put another navigation section here too to get people to get back to shopping.