Today I will show you some of the finest Shopify store examples to give you and idea of what can be done when you use Shopify.
It’s slightly easier to run a regular website than an e-commerce website. There are so many steps and everyday changes involved; I can only imagine how tedious it can be. The other day we discussed the website program Wix and I thought we could look at something more specific today. As all the retail industry in moving on to online stores, it has become an inconvenience for middle and small retail companies. To such specific needs of an online store creation, Shopify brings the best concise retail point-of-sale systems.
It sort of works like you would hire a contractor to build a house for you, though you are in control, you use their expertise for the project. In future even after the house is built you will call the same contractor, if you have any issues.
But is that just about it? No!
The website is only useful if you can share its content with the world. Shopify provides with a virtual assistant. When introduced on a trial run the bot was so useful, 65% of trial users were converted to paid customers. The Kit is a marketing bot acquired by Shopify which will enhance the marketing capabilities by creating and posting Facebook ads on your behave and interacting with you clients every time they buy a product from your website with emails. It is great to have assistance when you are new to working in eCommerce and Shopify makes sure you have all information needed to understand how the website works and it also suggests guidelines on how to run your business along with the content to read that will keep you more aware.
Shopify websites are ranging from stubble, smart, stylish, bold and creative. They also have specific websites in their store for certain kinds of products. You can’t sell coffee on a website with a website suitable for apparels or has pink or red color scheme. The products and your website have to work hand in hand to appeal your customers a proper combination of all factors matter. Shopify helps you determine what’s best for your business.
With a lot of work at hand thankfully Shopify has no learning curve; it’s not just user-friendly but is also built for user experience. It also helps you bring that experience to your website visitors. If simply said Shopify helps you set the inventory, taxes, shipping settings and more, it solves every last boring aspect of the business. Does the work for you, what more does one need.
Shopify has inbuilt blog feature unlike somewhere it’s in the store with pro features. The blog is a perfect add-on so that you as an individual can connect to your visitor, even if you are behind a screen and not at the same time. It gives a chance for the visitor to empathize with you and feel connected to you.
Here is a quick look at the Shopify stores examples!
A Book Apart
Calm The Ham
Twigs & Honey
Sarah + Abraham
Master & Dynamic
The Little Deer
Island Creek Oysters
World Wildlife Fund
The Colossal Shop
Wrightwood Furniture Co
Lollapalooza Web Store
Pure Fix Cycles
Pop Chart Lab
Penny Arcade Store
V Word Market
In a Nutshell
To a viewer your website in your face, it will interact with you if it trusts you. If you want to create that environment with ease and grow your business to new heights, then Shopify is a great place to begin the journey.
What do you think about Shopify? Will you use the kit marketing bot? Do you have any other websites in mind? Let’s discuss in the comment section below.