One of the main complaints that people have with Shopify is that you don’t get any sort of drag and drop editor. Although this functionality still hasn’t made its way to the system, they have released a new tool called Shopify Sections. The whole point is to quickly move around homepage content, somewhat similar to a drag and drop interface.
If you’ve tried to promote or sell your products on your Instagram account, you know that it’s not exactly the easiest platform to work with.
Although tons of brands make big bucks on Instagram, it requires a little creativity to prompt your customers to click through a link and actually make a purchase.
Are you completely in love with your current CRM or ecommerce platform? You shudder at the thought of having to migrate all that information into a new platform, just because you now want to capitalize on marketing automation. With so many marketing automation software options, finding “THE ONE” doesn’t mean you’re stuck with software that doesn’t play nice with others. SharpSpring came on the market in 2014 and was built as an affordable, open system for agencies to use to provide marketing automation to clients and integrate with all client systems. In this SharpSpring review we’ll see if how platform provides a full set of tools for lead generation, lead nurturing, contact management, sales management and analytics.
Lots of people ask us which ecommerce platform is the best suited for a company just getting started with an online store. If we gave you the long answer it would be a little more complicated. However, a short answer to that question is that Shopify should be able to offer all the functionality you need. It’s filled with tools for launching a site within minutes, and you don’t have to worry about self hosting or buying a domain name from a third party. You’ll find my full review below and for more Shopify reviews from our readers check out the comments area.
In that respect, one could call it the perfect out of the box solution, built with pricing plans that cater to small starter stores as well as shops that are bringing in millions of dollars in sales.