There are several reasons why people are migrating from WooCommerce to Shopify. One of the biggest reasons is ease of use and simplicity.
Shopify is known for its user-friendly interface and streamlined setup process, making it much easier for non-technical users to get started with their online store compared to WooCommerce, which can be more complex and require technical know-how.
The five Shopify plans offer various features and levels of flexibility. The lower tier plans are basic and suitable for low-income entry level stores. Meanwhile, the highest offering, Shopify Plus, is ideal for high-income enterprise level stores with numerous transactions. Merchants can upgrade their plan as their requirements change. We discuss the different options and how to decide what’s best for you.
Redesigning your store can give it a new lease on life and increase your revenue. A redesign could entail anything from basic cosmetic changes to more serious structural changes, or even a complete overhaul of the site. But before you get wrapped up in a redesign, how do you determine if that is what your store actually needs?
If you’re beginning your ecommerce journey, one of the biggest buzz phrases you’ll stumble across is… “CONVERSION OPTIMIZATION” (Insert dramatic echo here) “Conversion? Is this a cult?”
No no, a conversion is when a user completes any one of your website’s goals, from email sign-ups, to leaving a review, and that grand unicorn in the sky… making a purchase. Optimization is doing everything you can to ensure those conversions are made.