There’s one main reason to change languages on Shopify: your customers speak a different language than what’s offered by default. That default language is English, so you may find that your shoppers mainly speak German, French, or Chinese, making it essential to translate.
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When building a website, the last thing you want is to go through the tireless design work, only to end up wondering if the site is secure. This is especially true for online stores. In today’s site building world, many entrepreneurs turn to DIY site builders, like Wix, Squarespace, and Shopify. If you’re using Wix, you may wonder, is Wix secure? And what elements of Wix security make it better than the competition?
Running an efficient online store requires seamless order fulfillment, and often that means upgrading to a 3rd-party logistics (3PL) provider. This outsourcing of the fulfillment process works by sending products to the 3PL, where they store, pick, package, and ship the items as orders come in through your store.
Some of the highest traffic websites on the Shopify ecommerce platform come from Canada. From Instantpot.com to Ecobee.com, Shopify powers quite a few top brands throughout The Great White North. In fact, Shopify, as a company, started in Canada. And as of this article, Canada accounts for the fourth-highest number of Shopify users in the world, behind the US, the UK, and Australia. So, that begs the question, what is the Shopify pricing in Canada?
Shopify's primary user base is in the United States, followed by Great Britain. But Shopify use in Australia has increased dramatically, making it the 3rd highest concentration of Shopify users in the world.
If you're an Australian Shopify user, or someone in Australia who's considering Shopify for your ecommerce platform, it's important to understand all fees and pricing plans to expect. Is it the same pricing in Australia as it is in the US? Should you expect unique credit card rates or prices for buying Shopify themes? We answer all these questions in this guide on Shopify pricing for Australia.
The process of ecommerce fulfillment requires you to manage orders, scan inventory, and print barcodes. With a Shopify store, you could piece together several apps to complete all of these tasks; or, you could opt for an all-around scanning and fulfillment app like EasyScan. Throughout our numerous reviews of Shopify apps, it’s become clear that the best ones tend to function as “suites,” where you pay a small monthly fee to knock out various tasks in one, instead of packing your store with apps. And there’s no better category for a “suite” than Shopify fulfillment. Our EasyScan review shows how you can speed up everything from inventory management to barcode printing with one simple app. Not to mention, it’s reasonably priced.
Chicago, and the entire Midwest region, has significant speed and cost advantages for ecommerce shipping and fulfillment. Not only is Chicago in a centralized location for access to the entire United States (and Canada), but it’s a bustling city with major airports and an attractive environment for companies. Furthermore, Chicago typically boasts lower costs than its Los Angeles and New York cousins on the coasts. Because of all these reasons, Chicago has become a hub for ecommerce fulfillment companies. In this article, we’ll explore how to choose a fulfillment center in Chicago, along with our favorite services.
As one of the most affordable, powerful ecommerce platforms on the market, Shopify continues to increase its user-base. Naturally, new users may have some questions about how to get to the Shopify Admin page, and even how to use the Shopify Admin once there.