How to Add Facebook Reviews to Shopify (2020)

How to Add Facebook Reviews to Shopify (2020)


Hi everyone, this is Victoria from Elfsight In this guide I’m going to show you how to add Facebook Reviews to your website. It’s only going to take 2 minutes and you don’t need any specific skills to do it. First of all, let’s go to elfsight.com and choose the Facebook Reviews widget in the menu list. Click “Create widget”. You can find the direct link in the video description. So, let’s create your widget. Begin by choosing a template that suits your case best. Click “Continue with this template”. To display the reviews from your Facebook page you have to Connect to Facebook on the Content tab. Click “Continue” in the popup window. Select the pages you need and click “Done” on the next screen without making any changes. That’s it, your widget is ready. Also, you can check the setting tabs to adjust layout, size, colors and fonts. Click “Join to Install” to add the widget to your website. Log in or Sign up to Elfsight Apps. This is free, no credit card required. After you sign up, you’ll see the widget that you have just created. Click “Save”. The next step is to choose your Subscription plan. You’re very welcome to start with “Lite”. But keep in mind that your 20% discount is valid only for 24 hours. Click on the code to copy it and go to your website’s admin panel. After you’ve logged in to your Shopify Admin Panel, go to Online Store section and press “Customize”. Click “Add Section” in the left-hand menu and then click “Add” in “Custom Content”. Remove the pre-installed sections. Click “Add Content” and select “Custom HTML”. Paste the widget’s installation code to “HTML” field. Save the changes. Go to the page to check your widget. This is how easy it is! But, if anything goes wrong at any stage, message us at [email protected] Also, we’ve got tons of cool and exciting widgets and you’re very welcome to try them out for free. Just click the link in the description. Thank you for watching this video. Enjoy your day!

5 reasons to choose Magento vs Shopify

5 reasons to choose Magento vs Shopify


I get it, you guys aren’t e-commerce
platform experts and you shouldn’t be it’s your job to be an expert in
whatever your business does. Choosing an e-commerce platform is a big decision.
You’re gonna invest your hard-earned money and build your business on this
thing and it’s going to define your business online for the next several
years. That’s a lot of pressure! I’m going to try and simplify it for you and in this
video I’m gonna give you five reasons to choose Magento over Shopify. Pull
yourself up a chair and let’s talk about. Choosing an e-commerce platform can be a subtle, nuanced process. It often comes down to the smallest difference or
feature that makes one direction better than another. There’s no way we can go
through everything in a single video. This video is not a feature comparison.
It’s more of five big things that you can look for that, if they apply to your
business, can make your decision a lot easier. With that in mind, it really
applies to Shopify, Shopify Plus, Magento Open Source, or Magento Commerce. This particular video outlines five reasons that Magento might be better for you than
Shopify but it’s one in a series of platform comparisons. I’m gonna give you five reasons to choose Shopify as well and I’ll link you to that video at the end
of this one. No one is unbiased. Anybody who tells you they’re unbiased is just
lying to you. I have my favorite platforms. We’re Magento partners don’t
do so much with Shopify. However I’m not going to steer you wrong either. I want
you to end up on the platform that is 100% best for you and your business. Now these are in no particular order so let’s just get into it. The first
reason to choose Magento over Shopify is if you’re in a controversial or
high-risk industry. If you’re an industry where laws or public sentiment is
constantly evolving the open source nature and flexibility of Magento is
going to give you stability that you can never have on Shopify. Shopify has a
history of allowing businesses to invest and build on their platform only to
change their mind and give them weeks to find and migrate to another option, You
don’t want that kind of worry and risk. You need to be thinking long term and
that risk is a constant distraction and is not healthy for your business. If
you’re in a controversial or high-risk industry like firearm or vape products,
the flexibility that Magento provides, like being able to move to a different
host or select a new payment provider, means that someone can’t just tell you
no. Basically you have options and there’s not just one provider that can
completely shut you down. The next reason to choose Magento over Shopify is control.
Sometimes you really need control and other times you really just want control.
If you’re in heavily regulated industries like pharmaceuticals, it may
be absolutely necessary for you to have full control over your technology stack.
Perhaps there are certain technologies you want to use like AWS or Azure or you
have your own system administrators and want full control over your hosting
stack. That makes Magento a no brainer versus Shopify. I also often talk to
merchants that just don’t like or trust SaaS platforms. I don’t really know where
this deep-seated hate comes from. They just don’t care for the business model
at all. Regardless of any benefit, just not a fan. If you’re one of these people
then I’m not really sure why you’re watching this video, you’ve already made
your decision. But, I appreciate your support and thanks for watching, I guess.
The next reason to choose Magento over Shopify is b2b. B2b e-commerce is a whole different animal than b2c. Negotiated pricing, quotes, corporate accounts are
all things that are bare minimum to meet customer demands. The flexibility of
Magento also allows you to craft custom user experiences specific to your
industry and products if you really want to do b2b right. Magento also has the
flexibility needed to handle the most complex data needs. You can tie it into
whatever poorly thought-out and archaic back office systems you may have cobbled together over the last 20 years . And the next reason to choose Magento over Shopify is flexibility and scalability. Most e-commerce platforms are designed to
provide middle-of-the-road functionality that appeals to a large collection of
merchants. In some cases that may not provide everything you need to execute
on your e-commerce vision. If you’re gonna step outside of the norm and build
something extremely custom then you have more options with the flexibility that
comes with the open source nature of the Magento platform. As far as scalability goes you can build an empire on Magento. Now, before we get into this, I know someone
is going to bring up some merchants like Kylie Cosmetics which is shopping
shining example of scale on the platform. What I’m talking about in this section
is not about pure sales. Kylie Cosmetics is a unicorn and is not representative
of your business. It has scale without complexity. They’re
doing hundreds of millions of dollars online with like four employees. Now that
may be what you wish your business was like but it ain’t you. You figure out
how to replicate that without involving one of my family members in a sex tape
or ass implants and you make the videos and I’ll watch and learn.
And for that kind of money, I’d probably compromise on the ass implants. What I’m talking about is the complexity of
scale and providing a unified eCommerce experience across that business. Do you
have a chain of physical stores and need to integrate your website’s order
management and inventory across these locations? As in, your customers can see
the inventory in their local store, order it, pick it up this afternoon. Magento
can do that. Do you have five or ten international brands that all need
ecommerce experiences that are optimized for multiple languages and fully
integrated with your back office systems? Magento can do that, on one installation.
If your goals are world domination or your business has a lot of complexity
then Magento is an obvious choice. The next reason to choose Magento over
Shopify is innovation. If you want to be ahead of the curve of technology or user
experiences then you’re gonna need the flexibility that an open-source platform
provides. A big example right now is progressive web apps and headless
ecommerce. There are ways to build a PWA on Shopify. However, unless your needs are basic you’ll eventually run into some feature that needs to be customized or
custom-built depending on what it is. If you’re on a SaaS platform like Shopify
then you may not have the ability to do that customization. So, if your desire is
to be an innovator then open-source is going to be better for you than SaaS so
Magento is going to win over Shopify. There are a ton of features that you
need to consider to ultimately decide which platform is best for you. Hopefully,
however, these five things, if they apply to you, make that call just a little bit
easier. I’m going to also give you five reasons why Shopify might be better for
you. Once that’s ready I’ll pop it up on the screen here along with another video
that might be of interest to you. If these big Magento selling points don’t
speak to you, then check Shopify video out and see if that is a
better fit for your business. If you’ve watched both and still aren’t sure which
is a right fit for you or are having trouble narrowing it down and just want to talk
about it, then head over to Jamersan.com. J A M E R S A N .com, shoot me a message and we
can schedule some time to discuss. Otherwise, let me know your thoughts in
the comments of this video. It’s also extremely helpful if you’d hit that
thumbs up button. I appreciate you watching. If you’re interested in staying
up to date on the latest in enterprise e-commerce or taking your e-commerce
skills to the next level then consider hitting that subscribe button,
tapping that notification bell and I look forward to seeing you in the next
video.

ENTREPRENEURS | Free logo design software (learn how to make a logo for free)

ENTREPRENEURS | Free logo design software (learn how to make a logo for free)


Today we’re going to learn
how to make a logo for free We’ve created a product called at the Creator
seven by laughing bird software and if you visit this page I’ll provide a link
below this video to visit this page to learn how to make a logo for free – you’ll be able to download 40 free
templates and play with the software and I’m gonna show you really quick some of
the templates that you get with the softer so now let’s just jump into the
software once you install the templates you’ll have 40 template sets to goof
around with and to make your own stuff with so to make your own logo for free
all you have to do is open up one of the templates and manipulate it so let’s
just try this one for example now this one could be used for a Facebook ad it
could be used for a logo right now it’s sized for creating something in facebook
so when you want to post an ad or something but let’s just say we want to
make a logo out of this so we make the canvas bigger we click on a graphic and
when you click on a graphic the menu here changes to the graphics editing
tools if you click on text you’ll notice that the menu here changes to text
editing tools so we click on a graphic and we go over here to image format and
we just make this bigger if we want to and let’s say we don’t want this corner
piece we just click it and we just drag it I have click it and just delete it
and let’s make this here and we’ll delete this and we’ll delete this and
we’ll bring the light bulb here so to edit the text we click on some text and
we go over here to edit and we can type something like this is my byline
and we can change the depth the font here by clicking on format and we click
on the top menu and these are built-in fonts so it comes with about 75 built-in
fonts so let’s say I want to use this one here I want to scale the text up a
little bit there’s my byline now this top logo text
I’m going to use the second font menu and these are mice the fonts that I have
on my computer so when I click on it I’m gonna get like no I happen to have
thousands of fonts here so it depends on how many you have so I can pick any font
that I have on my system like that’s a little hard to read but you get the idea
alright that’s good for now and I can increase the spacing of the letters and
other things we can do is create an outline we turn on the outline and we
can make it red or if we want to pick up the orange yellow in the light bulb here
we can click on this little eye drop tool and select the color cool and then
we can shape the the canvas and we want to and if we come up here we’re gonna
have a whole bunch of other elements that we can drag on to the logo let’s
let’s say we don’t want this background it’s gonna delete it I’m gonna bring
over this red background here and we’ll make this make this big so it fills a
screen and now it’s in front of everything so all we have to do is come
up here to the options menu and choose send to back BAM there it is let’s say
that this font is different than this fun but I want to keep it consistent so
what I can do is click on the font come up here to edit and choose duplicate
selected element and now I have the same size and the same font style and all I
have to do is manipulate the text and delete it and now we have a
consistent looking logo that looks pretty cool now you can keep
manipulating this and changing it and changing the size of everything and
dragging other other images down right you can also add your own images and all
you have to do to do that is to come up here to the file menu and choose import
PNG or JPEG okay now that’s that’s how to make a logo a logo but what if you
wanted to make other graphics so really quickly we can do things like we can
click on her and it simply changes this text message okay change it and of
course you can do things like put a chalkboard behind her if you want to
send it back she’s a great school teacher and we have a whole bunch of
other templates that we could use like for example if you want to create an e
cover for example you can manipulate this template by putting your own
graphics on or using the built-in graphics right like this okay she’s a
she’s a yoga expert we saved this I mean we exported I’m sorry
export this as a graphic save it and it comes it’ll be saved to your desktop now
watch this we’re gonna go to select another
template and down here we have a free template that is good for blog posts for
YouTube channels and what you can do here is a lot of these templates have
placeholders where you can click on the placeholder go to the graphic you’ve
just created and drag it over under the placeholder BAM and now you have and you
can change the text here to say whatever you want that relates to your three
graphics here and use this as a blog image or like a Facebook post or
something Instagram okay the other templates we
have here there’s 40 of them to choose from this to put on your Instagram page
there are lots of placeholder graphics here so let’s click on this to see what
this is and instead of this book we want to take the book that we created earlier
and drag it on top and there’s our new graphic and when you export it
you can export as a PNG image and here it is and when you need to double click
it it’s a standalone graph that you can use on any of your social media posts or
your web pages or whatever you want that’s the creator 7 by laughing bird
software so go visit the URL attached to this video below and I want to say and
thank you for watching this awesome video oh and one more thing was gonna
tell you when you launch the software you’re instantly gonna get a free coupon
that’ll give you $10 off any add-on pack that we happen to also sell so if you
click on the $10 promo coupon you’ll come to the page that has all of the
add-on graphics we have 200 logos we have a social media set you can make
your own covers a whole bunch of characters you can use and when you
click on any of these you can purchase it with a temp the $10 off coupon that
that you won’t get anywhere else other than inside the software so typically
they’re $37 but you can buy it for 27 and the that happens to be this happens
to be the app that you cover a mockup crater we can create your covers and
turn them into uh here’s your ears your template and you can turn it into a 3d
cover like this within like two minutes there’s videos and everything you can
watch so go ahead and download the free template sets make your free logo and
grab your $10 off coupon for any of the other add-on sets so again thanks for
watching and we’ll see you in the next Now you know how to make a logo for free – download the software today!

How to Set up Shopify Email Hosting – Custom Emails with Shopify

How to Set up Shopify Email Hosting – Custom Emails with Shopify


This is Joe from Liquify Web
Design here I’m just gonna go through quickly how to set up a custom email
accounts with your your domain if you’re using Shopify many people they get into
the situation where they have a custom domain with Shopify for their store but
they can’t then send and receive emails from that domain it’s actually really
super easy to do but shopify don’t offer that they
don’t offer email hosting at all and they never have done and it doesn’t look
like they’re but will do so what you’ve got to do is you’ve got to use a
third-party application tool to create these email accounts and host these
email accounts so I’m gonna go through a preferred way of doing that for clients
right now that’s using a platform or http://shopped.email and so if you just go into a new tab and go to www.shopped.email then you’ll be able to
see the services that they offer so it’s basically it’s just email hosting for
Shopify that is all they offer on this on this website you can have as many or
as few email accounts as you want you can have a look at all the features it’s
totally fine for you know I’ve read use if you need bigger mailboxes bigger
media storage they’ll be able to give it to you you can just ask them for a quote
but the vast majority of people shot the email is gonna be absolutely perfect as
they say you can get custom email accounts on your domain wherever you
want as long as you own that domain as long as that’s your domain then you can
get email accounts set up really quickly and easily with these guys they’re gonna
do everything for you really all the technical stuff so just head on over
there click sign up and then it’s gonna walk you through the details quickly of
how to do this you just enter your domain this is not your Shopify domain
this is your custom domain name so you know in myjeansstore.com whatever it
is you’re gonna verify the domain you need to go through select a billing
cycle each mailbox costs $10 but using sort of annual discount with
two months free we usually go for that and get two in two mailboxes here just for
the sort of example because most people don’t really want just one you can pay
monthly if you want but I’m just gonna do an your bidding because we think it’s
it’s you know it’s a lot cheaper you’re gonna be in business for a while so you
may as well just get the two months free say test at you know my Dean store you can spell today okay maybe I want
accounts at my Dean store whatever your emails are gonna be this is what your
customers gonna see you’re gonna be able to send them to see from these emails
and down here the second section what they’ve got is
login details for the domain registrar now if you’re not a technical person. if
you don’t know what you’re doing with domains if you don’t know you know if
you have technically a bit of a novice if you don’t know what you’re doing
basically with domains and DNS changes then you want to enter in here you’re
the login details for your domain so that there’s people at www.shopped.email
they can go and they can actually they can kind of change your DNS records to
I’m getting old technical now you say you’re not a technical person but you
need to know what it is you need to make some changes to your domain so that you
can access email via their server so it’s better if you don’t know what
you’re doing – just give the login details for your domain so that’s
wherever you’ve registered your domain it could be GoDaddy 123reg
it could even be Shopify, name.com any of those places you want to enter in you
know the URL of where your domain is registered the login ID it could be an
email could be an ID people use different things whatever the login
details are and then the password whatever your password is you don’t have
to give this information but it just means that they can do this setup for
you automatically we suggest doing that when you don’t
know what you’re doing if you’re comfortable making the changes yourself
they’re gonna email you with instructions so you can just leave this
blank if you want. I’m a developer so I’m actually gonna leave that blank
totally but you may want to enter your details there and that’s really all you
need to do you need to click continue to pay taking it where I think it’s got to
verify the domain maybe I made a spelling mistake there here we go okay
so I already got another another one from testing earlier and there’s a
promotional code that I entered before it’s still there now actually ten
dollars free so you might want to also kind of add that in as well if you want
just $10FREE caps and that’s it that’s all you need to do you need to go
to the checkout and pay I’m not going to do that today because I’m going to
actually want to register those email accounts but you probably you’re gonna
work out with the whole steps and that’s it really what’s gonna happen next is
that engineer’s gonna set up your email accounts for you it can take anywhere
between one to two days actually for this to happen and that’s because they
need to wait for your domain record to update across the internet before they
can give you access to the emails and it’s quite normal so expect to get your
email accounts you know you sign up it takes five
minutes to sign up but then they’re engineer needs to go and actually do two
things they need to create your email account for mailboxes they need to then
change your DNS records so that their server can access your domain and then
they need to test it and then they need to give you the information they can
date one to two days to do all of that stuff but for most people that’s totally
fine you know you want to get your custom domain saw ready one someone to
sort it out for you quickly and simply these guys will do it so you just go on
how to pay and then they’re gonna get back to you with all the info you needs
and it just takes literally five minutes to set it up your end and then
the rest most of that time was just waiting for the DNS records to update
and that’s it really when you get your email accounts you’re
gonna get in a list of different ways on how to access your email. so one of those
is via webmail and that’s in your browser you can just go via the www.shopped.email menu you can just go to check email you can see you can log in with
the details that you get email and password whatever that is okay so most
of you are gonna be using I guess the browser to check the email but you may
also want to use your iPhone you may also want to use iPad you know whatever
you want you can use whatever application you want to check your
emails and you can they will send you the information you need to set it up on
your iPhone so you can check your mail and send and receive and your iPad and
everything else. So yeah it’s dead easy super simple we use it and you can get
whatever the names you want on Shopify so that’s it really there’s some
alternatives out there Shopify offer forwarding emails which
don’t really look very professional because basically what happens if your
customer always ends up seeing your gmail account or your yahoo email address
whatever it is that you use you know it doesn’t look very professional if you’re
emailing customers from you know it’s like a yahoo email account or add email
account it doesn’t really just don’t look good so you really want to have a
custom domain email we use www.shopped.email the email but because they’re decent and
they get the job done quickly and you can you know you can use another host if
you want you may have a hosting account somewhere with email on it you’re gonna
have to do some technical changes yourself or get your hosts to help you
if you can’t do that but I’d strongly suggest most people
like to see short email because its dedicated for Shopify clients and what
you’re also gonna get is some tips from them about running your store by Shopify
which is pretty cool so yeah that’s it really I mean there
are alternatives Gmail yeah to some people that’s fine Yahoo and stuff like
that they’ll give you a free account but it’s not very professional I would very
strongly suggest that you use shopped.email for Shopify email hosting and
that’s it enjoy

How To INCREASE Your Shopify Facebook Ads ROAS – (Shopify Dropshipping)

How To INCREASE Your Shopify Facebook Ads ROAS – (Shopify Dropshipping)


now that is a value bomb what’s going on
guys it’s your boy Beast Of Ecom and I am back with another video dropping nothing
but you already know value bombs if it’s the first time ever watching one of my
videos hello and welcome please please do if you get some value like comment
and of course smash that subscribe button hit the notification about as
well see stay up to date with my latest videos why because you do not want to
miss out on any of my upcoming content okay so does this sound like you you’ve
got a product you’ve got a winner running and it’s been doing fantastic
when you launched it may be doing great for a week may be doing great for two
weeks then all of a sudden things start to die off your cost per conversion
starts to rise up you cost per click starts to rise you then starts breakeven
and then eventually starts to lose money on the product sound familiar
well we’ve all been in that situation where our OS just seems to drop
overnight but it doesn’t mean the campaign is necessarily dead and there’s
been ways how you can increase your OS which I’m going to share with you guys
today if you’ve got a product and an audience that is working and converting
just because you cost start to rise doesn’t mean that you have to turn
things off and completely abandon it everyone of course hates turning off
winning campaigns and of course turning off that last ad set of a previous
winning campaign is so hurtful is unreal we’ve all experienced it so I’m gonna
share with you a way that’s been working fantastically for myself remember
everything is all about testing and implementing this method here and doing
what I’ve been doing is I’ve been able to get 13 X ro us on a previous product
that was working for myself that I literally thought was going to die so
remember stay to the end watch all of the video consumer information and most
importantly take action so let’s jump into the computer and let’s get straight
on with it okay so let’s jump straight into this and start dropping some value
for you guys now again like I’ve mentioned everyone goes through it where
you’ve got a product which may be working an audience which may be working
then of course after a few weeks or so things just start to take a dive it’s
annoying but it can be resolved okay so what I’ve done of course I can’t show
everything in here because this stuff is still live you can see that I they’ve
implemented a new creative okay and it’s currently generating these are some
recent numbers last week or so it’s getting purchases of $3 okay $3 is
absolutely fantastic with a row mass of 13 X okay so spent 37 dollars to
generate close to 500 dollars okay now obviously of course you can see
the old one which he’s doing absolutely which was doing you know absolutely
pants you can see they’re absolutely basically losing money that one was so
as you can see I’m just gonna refresh this but as you can see of course you
know the new creative is what works okay and you need to be testing new creatives
if you’ve got something that is already working that may be dying if you want to
revive stuff you can see here that the click-through rate is obviously
fantastic on this one again cost per clicks at 11 cents so you know its
overall performance astok Lee and like I mentioned you know get in sales for $3
is fantastic so again it’s all about testing but how can you guys actually do
this okay how can you be doing this and I’m going to show you guys now so how to
increase your o us on sort of dyeing products or any new products and this is
fantastic way to use if you’ve got you know before you actually go into your
purchase campaigns first of all you know views courses create PPE campaign to
test the creatives okay and we want to do is set up different ad sets but these
don’t have to be high budget ad sets okay these are really loved on a really
low spend one so $5.00 fantastic if you can go lower than that in your budget
don’t stretch then feel free to go lower than that but I’d suggest around about
five dollars okay and what you want to be measuring is your click-through rate
the unique click-through rate not to all not that all click-through rate the
click-through rate which is for your outbound links for people clicking
through to the product because at the end of the day you know the old point of
the advert is to get people to click through
this job that is it okay as long as it does that it’s doing its job so we
wanted to be doing is measuring the click-through rate and of course down
the funnel how far people get in view contents and add to cars
now don’t worry about getting sales okay don’t worry about getting sales with PPC
campaigns again these people that Facebook are sending you are not people
who are there to buy okay it’s as simple as that
Facebook sends the advert out to people who are a lot more broad in your in the
ad set and the audience that you targeting okay these are not the buyers
remember Facebook puts everyone in two different categories
there’ll be buyers on Facebook which when you run your purchase campaigns
that’s who Facebook send it to but if you run in ppes
again they’re just sending it to board people but a high click-through is an
indicator okay that your people when they send it to you purchase campaign is
gonna you know get a better click-through rate and more likely
people to buy so don’t worry about sales okay so what I need you wanna do what
you want to do if you found things or if you’ve got a product that is working and
you know it’s starting to die off is starting to dip or you want to revive an
old campaign so to speak and increase that row us one thing you can do is
change the ad copy okay the actual copy and the actual words so you can use
different buzzwords different statements different questions now I’ve got a
another video if you scroll through my videos I might link here after this one
I’ll try and link it after as I suggested at the end of this one on how
to do you know how to create ad copy that works now you can take bits and
inspirations from that video and use it but basically you want to be posing
different questions different statements and different buzzwords to what you’re
currently using try long-form copy okay a lot of people use short form copy
again long form copy doesn’t work for all products if you’ve got a product
that is solving a problem and stuff like that then long-form copy can work and
what I mean long form copy I mean something that is got a few paragraphs
in there okay so try that out again use different emojis you can always use
different mode look at the ones that you currently use him completely change them
or transform one’s a little more relevant on ones that will stand
out a little bit better okay that’s one way you can change the actual ad copy so
you can do this this is just one way where by keeping the current video the
same or you current picture the same and then just test in the creative the the
ad copy sorry to see if you can increase that click-through rate third thing you
can do of course is change the video or the picture so doing it that way so
leaving your ad copy the same but then changing the actual video or picture
that you’ve got with the creative so if you’ve got a video that’s that that is
um that you’ve created try doing a reviews video okay so if you’re signing
it again it depends on what products you’re selling you can always create a
reviews video yourself okay it’s not hard you know get the product order in
create a reviews video you can do that with your iPhone okay and a simple stand
off eBay or Amazon create a view a reviews video or switch around okay if
you’ve got a current advert that is using a video use a picture find a
picture which is fantastic or vice versa okay if you’ve got a picture create a
video do a video slideshow of pictures you know whatever it may be
switch those around another thing you can do is change the aspect of the video
so you don’t have to change any of the content of the actual video but if the
video is the square video try changing it to a 16:9 one which is like 1080p
like that or a 4.5 which is more long form like that again in my other video
of how to create ad copy that converts I’ll I’ll go over those things and give
examples in that video as well so yeah I will actually link this one I will link
that video at the end of this video okay use captions on the video so if you’ve
got a video and it’s you know it hasn’t got any captions on it you know you can
actually create those yourself jump into you know a video editing software
Premiere Pro Camtasia whatever it may be just put on some captions okay spell it
out for people what are the benefits etc it promote banner bars which you know
you may see videos but that have the top they may have a black bar with
some writing on it you know at the bottom is why it has a black bar with
some writing on it as well you can implement those onto your video which
only really work if you’ve got a square video but again you want to watch out
for that 20% rule because you know Facebook will limit your reach if you’ve
got too much writing on there okay there’s one thing you want to do now
again you can leave the video exactly the same change your ad copy but just
use a different thumbnail remember the thumbnail is super important because
that’s the first thing that everyone sees okay so if you’re changing your
thumbnail make it different from those testing your thumbnails to see which
one’s getting the best click-through rate how many people are actually
viewing it looking at your data and analytics to see which thumbnail is
doing the best can remember the thumbnail is super important you think
about YouTube videos whatever it may be whatever you’re watching the thing
that’s got the you know the craziest thumbnail okay generally gets the
highest click-through rate so you want to make sure that your thumbnail is on
point and the forth point of course is combined both together now that would
mean obviously changing both things now what did I do for this specific campaign
to increase that row us from literally next to nothing to 13x well I did a
combination of both so what I did was actually changed the
video create a whole new video and changed the ad copy as well okay so I
didn’t completely both things and changed it completely why because I knew
that the audience was buying a product okay and I know that the they liked the
product so that they liked the product and the audience was converting
previously it’s just that maybe add the ad copies got fatigued you know people
have seen the same ad as well too many times so this is a fantastic way to
increase your rowers remember if you got some value please please do like comment
and of course smash that subscribe button hit the notification bar as well
so you stay up-to-date with all of my latest videos and become a part of the
notification gang I hope you can see how important testing actually is okay and
on the front end remember the goal is always to get that person to click now
maybe it’s just add fatigue okay if that is the case
then switch up your creatives is super important yeah it’s so easy to do test
your creatives in a PPE campaign see which ones are getting the best
click-through rate and then just move those ones into your original purchase
campaign see how they go and you’ll be surprised at which creatives actually
take off on a product which is you know you might have thought was dying or
going to die that is it for this video I have got a link down below for my free
mastermind group it’s currently over 2,000 people 2,000 entrepreneurs all in
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dropping nothing but value bombs as I always do so take care and I’ll see you
later

How to publish Shopify themes || Shopify Help Center 2018

How to publish Shopify themes || Shopify Help Center 2018


To view what theme is currently published
on your site, click “online store”. This will bring you to the online store sales channel.
At the top of the section, you see a preview of your current published theme. This is what
customers see on your store. Beneath this, you see the section “more
themes”. These are themes that you can see but customers cannot. Here you work on themes
before publishing them, or even test out paid themes. To remove a theme you no longer want to use,
click “actions”>then “remove”>and confirm you’d like to remove the theme. To customize a theme that is not yet published,
click “customize” which opens up the theme editor. To publish a new theme, click “actions”
>“publish”>and confirm that you’d like to take this action. Once a theme is published, it is immediately
available to the public if the store is already launched. The new theme then moves to the
top section with a preview available. Changes that you make in one theme won’t
affect another theme. This means that you can keep your current theme published while
you work on a new theme, and publish the new theme once you’re done. The customizations
that you make in the theme editor don’t transfer from one theme to another. For example,
if you add slideshow images and change the colours for one theme, then your changes won’t
appear in another theme. However, any information that you set up in your Shopify admin is available
on any theme. This includes your products, collections, blogs, pages, and menus. For more tutorials on Shopify themes, subscribe
to the Shopify Help Center Youtube channel for weekly updates. Feel free to comment below,
we’d love to hear from you!

Shopify Review: 6 months later – Real store, real answers. Ecommerce review.

Shopify Review: 6 months later – Real store, real answers. Ecommerce review.


Shopify review. Real Store. Real Answers. Is Shopify the right choice for your to build
your online store with? In this Shopify review I’m going to help
you figure that out. I have real answers from building a website,
using Shopify on a real working online store. And I’ve been using Shopify now for the
last 6 months. Hi I’m Tim from Real Website Hints dot com
and this is my Shopify Review. It’s my mission to help you find the best
and easiest ways of building high quality websites. I purchase and test website building tools
and create tutorials to help you find the best and easiest ways of making great websites. I support the reviews that I do and the free
tutorials that I offer on my YouTube Channel and website by using affiliate links. So if you like the products that I talk about
in my videos or if you want to learn more, use the links in the description below. So let’s go ahead and dive in. I did a lot of research and testing before
deciding on what online store platform I wanted to use. Our store already had an existing WordPress
website, but we wanted to switch from just a catalog website that we had with WordPress
to one where we could actually sell online. And I want to point something out here that
I learned from my testing. And this is really important. The platform you choose to build your online
store with, is not just what you’re going to be using to build a website with. It’s actually going to be come the main
tool you will use to run your business. What I learned, which might be kind of obvious,
is that building an online store is a lot more complicated than just building a standard
informational website. There are so many things to consider. There’s Payments, customer interface, customer
accounts, order processing, shipping and even sending notifications to your customers about
their orders. You aren’t just building an informational
website on it. You are actually building an entire business
workflow. So, let’s take a look at how Shopify works
as a website builder, and as a business platform. Let’s first talk about what I like about
Shopify. Shopify is designed to help you sell online,
and it does a lot of things to help make sure you are successful. My favorite thing about Shopify over all is
that it’s easy to use. Almost all the features and functionalities
you need are built right in. This means less things to connect and try
to sync together. In my experience the more different systems
you try to connect together, the more problems you are going to have. Having more things that are just built in
just makes your life easier. And sort of makes everything work better. Since Shopify is a store platform, the focus
on the back end and your dashboard is on sales related tasks first. This makes Shopify really easy to use for
what you and your staff will be doing most of the time, which is processing orders. The interface for processing orders is easy
to understand and grasp. It didn’t take long for our staff to get
up and running and processing orders with ease. Website controls are located under the online
store tab where you can access all of the things that you need to modify the front end
of your website. Things like the theme, creating blog posts,
pages and even adjusting the navigation. The menus on your website. So, how do you learn things and get familiar
with Shopify? What I have found is that Shopify is extremely
well documented. If you need to learn something about how to
run your online store, or how something on your online store works. There is a lot of information available. And most of it is actually right in the Shopify
help center. I’ve also had good luck with just calling
and talking to Shopify support staff. As a matter of fact even the staff from the
apps that are provided on the Shopify app store have been extremely responsive and very
helpful. Overall the whole platform feels very well
supported. What about adding functionality to your store
with Shopify Apps? How does that work, and what is it like? I’m currently using 1 paid theme and 2 apps
to enhance the functionality of my store. Shopify has a healthy app marketplace with
developers creating all sorts of plugins to help you sort of sort out those edge cases
that aren’t included with the main platform. With the apps that I’ve used I’ve been
really impressed not only with the functionality of the apps, but also the responsiveness of
the app developers when I have questions or if there is some sort of problem that’s
going on. Down below I’ll link to the 2 apps that
I’m using. The first one is Boxify which helps us to
more accurately calculate the shipping costs, the other is called Cloud Cart Connector this
helps us sync orders and inventory between Shopify and our accounting software Quickbooks
online. So what about getting outside help with your
online store? What do you need to do if you need to do somethings
that’s sort of above your knowledge level? How do you find the right people to help you
make advanced modifications or customizations to your store. One of the unexpected things that I learned
about Shopify, by using it, is that there is not only an app market place, but there
is also an experts marketplace. In the experts marketplace you can find everything
from store setup to custom development and even online marketing. And Shopify makes finding an expert really
easy. Right from the back end of your site you can
click on Hire a Shopify expert. Choose create a job and then select the category
in which you need help with. When I submitted a job I had several responses
with in the first day. And for each response you can see the ratings
and reviews for that contractor based on the work they have completed for other stores. Shopify also makes hiring them really easy. Simply just approve them for the job that
you want, and you can give them access control level they need right from the back end. No fumbling around creating like an additional
new user and then figuring out how to give them access to your site, by sharing passwords. It’s all done right from the backend. I’ve had two jobs done so far and I’ve
had really good success with both of them. Another feature that I like is the ability
to sell not only online but also in store or even over the phone. If your store is like ours you not only sell
online, but also have a physical location and you might even take orders over the phone. With Shopify you can create orders either
using web interface. Or you can also take orders using the Shopify
Point of sales app. And I’m a big fan of keeping things simplified. And by keeping all of your sales in one system
instead of trying to use multiple systems, one for phone order one for in store and one
for on line orders, you can sort of keep them all together. And not have to try to sync different systems. It also gives you the opportunity to provide
a better customer experience by having all of their orders visible in one online account. I cover more about taking orders and order
work flow and some of the things that I like about Shopify in my blog post. You can find a link to that in the description
below. So now let’s talk about some of the things
that really aren’t so great about Shopify. And the biggest down side for me is the difficulty
of designing pages and blog posts. I come from a WordPress background where there
are a lot of options to help you design great looking pages. With Shopify your options are very limited. The default page and post editor is a lot
like what the old WordPress editor used to be like. You ‘ve got some basic text controls things
like deciding on a headings or choosing styling for text. You can also add images. You’ve got some basic image controls for
things like size, alignment and you can decide if you want the text to wrap around the image,
but that’s pretty much it as far as page design goes. If you want to add columns or rows to your
pages you either need to code that in yourself, or you need to get an app with a monthly subscription
to help you design your pages. I really wish there was more built in design
tools in the Shopify page editor. I mean just the ability to be able to add
basic rows and columns would be a huge step. So the next problem that I had was with the
shopping cart and the check out. Now don’t get me wrong. The overall design and experience is actually
really good. It flows well and it helps your customers
get though checkout quickly and easily. I actually really like it. I’ve actually used it many times myself
as a customer when I’ve ordered from different websites that I’ve stumbled across that
use Shopify. However you have really no control at all
over the final check out page. The design of it is fixed. You can’t add any extra text, or any extra
fields for your customers to fill out, and that’s something to keep in mind if you
are trying to decide if Shopify is right for you. The next thing is changing a customers order. When a customer places an order online. Basically you can not change it. The only option that you have is to cancel
the order and then ask the customer to go ahead and place it again. Now I can understand the thinking behind this. You want to be sure that the customer is getting
what they wanted and that you aren’t changing the order after the fact or without their
knowledge. Or charging them a different amount. However when a customer calls you and just
wants to make a simple change to their order like say changing a color. It would be nice to be able to help them with
that instead of only being able to cancel the order and then just asking them to place
a new order. Now I do think there are some apps that offer
a work around for this, but I haven’t tried them myself. So I can’t say if they are good or not. The next thing is with calculating shipping. If you have a lot of items in your store,
like we do, particularly smaller items that may ship together. Shopify on it’s own is not able to handle
this. By default Shopify will calculate the shipping
based on the weight and the dimensions of 1 item at a time. So it looks at it as if each item is going
to ship by itself. If you want to put multiple items together
the default shipping calculator just isn’t going to work for that. Fortunately there are some apps to help. We’ve had really good luck by adding an
app called Boxify. With Boxify. You enter in the weight and dimensions to
each individual item. As well as add in all the different kinds
of shipping boxes that you have. And then Boxify will calculate which items
can ship together. And this allows you to give your customers
a more accurate shipping estimation, so that they aren’t getting over charged. And that you aren’t loosing on shipping. And with a few adjustments to Boxify I’ve
been able to get this to calculate fairly accurately so we aren’t over charging or
under charging for shipping. So the last issue which sort of might be an
issue or might not be an issue depending on your level of skill is that Shopify uses it’s
own programing language called liquid. So if you are already familiar with programing
languages like PHP you might be disappointed to find out that Shopify uses it’s own programing
language. Now I’m personally not a code expert, but
with a tutorial and a code example I can usually figure out how to make some minor modifications. I was worried that with their own coding language,
liquid, I might not be able to sort of fumble my way though the coding and be able to make
these smaller modifications that I sometimes like to make. But what I actually discovered was that Liquid
is very easy to understand. The first project that I took on was to set
up a simple product tag that I could add to different products, and be able to remove
the buy now button and change that out with a call to place an order. With a quick tutorial and some minor studying
of how the code works I was able to figure it out on my own. And for someone who is not a coding expert
I actually found Liquid much easier to understand than something like PHP. But if you already know something like PHP
you might feel differently about trying to learn a new programing language. Now the last thing here is there are some
doubts about search engine optimization. And one of the big things that you will see
about Shopify as a negative is that the way that their URLs are structured might not be
the best for Search Engine Optimization. And this was something that when I first started
with Shopify I was actually really concerned about. Our old WordPress site had a lot of high ranking
pages. And a lot of our products were very high ranking
also. I was really worried about making the move. But so far in the last six months we haven’t
seen any penalty for switching from WordPress to Shopify. And I was even actually able to take a page
and do some focused SEO work on it and move that page from about page 5 to the first and
second listing on google. So I think if you focus on some of the basics
of good quality SEO and the things you can control with Shopify. Shopify will perform just fine for most people. If you are in a very competitive niche and
you’ve done all of the basics. Then things like URL structure may make a
difference, but really I think that the URL structure is so far down on the list of what
search engines are look for that it would be a very rare case where something that would
make a big difference. So those are some things to consider before
deciding on Shopify. So what is my final advice. Well I did decide to build my store on Shopify
and I don’t regret it. There are definitely some inconveniences with
Shopify. Like building and designing more complex pages
and blog posts. But Shopify works really well where it matters. And it helps you to provide a great customer
experience and it’s easy for you and your staff to place and process orders. I actually also really appreciate all of the
tips and suggestions that the platform offers you. The dashboard is full of timely information
about how your customers are using your site. Where your customers are coming from. And tips on how to improve your website. The Shopify dashboard is like having your
own online store coach built right into the platform. So if you’re looking to build an online
store. I would defiantly recommend taking a look
at Shopify. Their platform is very well developed, and
I’ve found it to be widely used across the internet. Many different independent stores are using
Shopify. As a matter of fact. Since I started using Shopify I’ve actually
been able to sort of pin point when I’m using a store that has Shopify as it’s back
end. And from a customers perspective buying things
from other peoples Shopify stores I can say that it provides a great user experience. So if you want to try Shopify for yourself
I’ll include a link below to a free 2 week trial where you get give Shopify a try and
see if it will work for you. If you are still undecided and want to know
more about Shopify check out my blog post where I go into a lot more detail about my
thoughts on the platform, and my experiences with using it. And f you have any questions about Shopify
that I didn’t cover. Go ahead and leave them in the comments below. If you liked this video go ahead and give
it a thumbs up! And for more tips on how to build great websites
easily be sure to hit the subscribe button. Thanks for watching.

$0-$186,012 In 1 Month: It Was A Big Mistake! 😱😭 | Shopify Journey 2018

$0-$186,012 In 1 Month: It Was A Big Mistake! 😱😭 | Shopify Journey 2018


so you think you just need one winner
product on your dropshipping sore and then your whole life will just change
completely well in this video I’m gonna share with you like all the mistakes the
lessons and the reality of scaling to six figures per month hey ivy soo here
and if you’re new to my channel make sure to watch the video till the end
because I will be sharing my revenue ad spend and also my profit so make sure to
watch till the end of this video so right now let’s go into the Shopify
dashboard and also the ads manager alright guys so for people who are new
to my channel or my new subscribers I’m gonna refresh your screen so you guys
can see that everything is real and legit so let’s wait for it to load it’s
gonna take a bit of time okay so yeah 186 K October yeah so as you can see
like let’s talk about like this beginning in a little bit so around this
time I was not sure that I have a winner but then here on the 6th of October we
just started grow so much and during this time I was barely sleeping like
maybe like an hour a day or two you know during this time it was like out of my
reality like this growth I feel like I’m gonna grow to like 20k per day or even
more because it was just like every day you just started climbing up you know so
yeah and then then I like after a few days after my first 10k day I go to
PayPal hold so that’s why I can see a dip but then here this was my record so
far it was 12 K in a day this was my record so far okay guys so
what now I guess right now I’m gonna just show you the ads manager okay so as
you can see spent 60 2k on ads last month and yeah as you can see like this
number is not the same as in Shopify I think it’s because I Facebook doesn’t
does not really pick up on all the sales and also like some of the sales come
from like sharing and stuff like that so that’s why the numbers are a
little bit different but this number is correct so I spend 62k on ads and some
people were gonna ask so I’m gonna just tell you guys the profit before like
taxes was around 19% yeah around 19% my goal right now is just like trying to
push this to 25-30 percent it would be even better so yeah like right now let’s
talk about my lessons so yeah my lessons the first one like the first the biggest
one is don’t scale too quickly I was in a mindset that like it’s q4 I want to
milk all the profits get the most money you know quickly but the problem is like
the more you scale the bigger and like the higher the quantity of problems will
will come you know because right now maybe you think like oh all I need is
just winner but once you like you think your biggest problem is you’re finding a
winner right but then once you find the winner like the problems are just gonna
amplify you know I’m gonna show like later like what what are all the
problems but basically fulfillment you know I sold out all the products and
then the shipping times were just like like like slow you know like 30 days or
35 days shipping time which is slow you know I’m usually like with my supplier
it should be like 15 to 20 days you know but because I sold out everything then
you know the shipping times were long the other problem is like PayPal they
don’t really like people who scale you know because I scaled first I think it
was in June it was like 30 K around like that
then I had three months I really struggled you know during this summer I
started to find a winner during that time I almost gave up so
like my mom filled with revenue Dara was like 1000 per month or something like
that you know and then and then you know like in October it went from like 1,000
per month and then in October 81 it was like 186 K so this really freaked people
out and yeah I’m gonna talk about the paypal if
later the other thing is that you need to hire fast like when I started scaling
I just won VA for customer service and it got very messy they did very messy
because I was handling everything and the VA was doing just most mostly just
emails but you need you need way more like now I have three VA s for customer
service I’m hiring another one so it’s gonna be like four VA s for customer
service and then you know like some social media management you know the
page and some product upload and stuff like that then I have a video editor
then I have a person for thumbnails and then I also have an email marketing
expert and also I recently had a Google Ads expert and I also have a coder or
yeah I have a coder who’s also taking care of you know like coding scripts and
stuff like that like tweaking on my website so yeah the the team grew quite
quite big you know this was just like all this was done in the last two weeks
or so so that’s why I was like very busy and I was not able to I put out so much
content because I was hiring so many people they’re still I’m still like
teaching them like video editor and the VA is I’m still teaching them so that’s
taking some of my time another thing like the another lesson is that you
really need to hire a good quality people like into your team especially
for like customer service like I’m very satisfied with my current
team like our response time like we like our average response time is like 12
hours you know so if you if you have like an angry customer and you don’t
reply to them like in one day or like if even if it’s like two days you can get a
dispute or charge back you know so you really need to be careful because these
disputes and chargeback can destroy your business they can just shut down your
payment processor so you know it’s like this business is not just about the
marketing side and about the scaling you also gotta take care of the after sale
and just customer service as well so you can keep them
they make otherwise you know they can shut you down
yeah the next lesson is you need to ship fast so I never really used Aliexpress I
use it for like a week or two with like drop Fi and I really hated it because
sometimes I could drop a fight we just had some issues and I was not able I was
not able to automatically like send the order because the person’s name was like
Mohammed or there was like a wrong address or something you know and there
was just so many issues with the app so I don’t didn’t really like it also you
need to hire a dedicated person for for like fulfillment so I just I just have a
supplier and he has like faster shipping times and so on so yeah like if you’re
looking for a supplier you can find them in Facebook groups in e-commerce
Facebook groups just search for supplier sourcing agent or fulfillment and you’ll
find some some in China so the next lesson is PayPal will hold your money
you know like you need to be prepared like before the PayPal holds I was I was
like scared so much of them then once I started scaling I just felt like
invincible like I felt on top of the world I thought like you know like
nothing is gonna happen you know I’m just gonna scale really hard you know
and then the banhammer like not the banhammer but then the PayPal hammer
came in and yeah they put a hole in my account and a
rolling reserve which is taking like from the daily revenue like 20% you know
so like at this moment they have limited like hundred percent of my money again
for the second time in the last 30 days you know so right now they’re holding I
think like 80k or more of my money I think it was like around 80 or 81 K so
that is on hold yeah so let’s hope let’s hope they will release it in a few days
they should release like I think like 20 20 something k2
they should release and then the rest is still on should be still in hold so yeah
like with PayPal you really need to provide them all the documents like the
company business registration documents proof of ownership supplier invoices
tracking numbers like they just want proof that you’re sending these out they
also want to know the shipping times and everything make us pay they’ll need to
calculate their risk because there are some people that scale very fast then
they pull out all the money let’s say like they ain’t like in two weeks or
three weeks they may like 200k then they take out all of the money you know and
then run away and don’t fulfill those orders and PayPal is gonna pay the
customers so that’s why people is pretty strict with that so yeah you need to
provide them all the proof so they realize that you are not such a high
risk business for them right yeah since PayPal has so many holes and so
many issues they’re gonna slow you down you’re gonna need to payment processors
so like my store had only PayPal because I was not able to get a payment
processor but right now I’m working on getting one so yeah this should fix a
lot of issues with cash flow and everything so you basically really need
to get to payment processors even if it’s like not your like it’s not
available or something it’s hard to get you really need to try to get once
you’re scaling like you can start with paypal only but once you get to like 300
400 per day you should start working on the payment processor because it’s gonna
take some time so yeah you’re also gonna need backup credit or debit cards
because I was paying for my ads with PayPal and whenever they just limit your
account you cannot use you cannot use PayPal for for paying you know so all
your ads would just be turned off unfortunately this didn’t happen to me
this time because I learned my lesson last time they was in June and even if
you’re paying for ads with PayPal you always need one like backup card that
like enough money to cover like two or three days of ad spend
so whenever like they limit your whole account you have enough money on the
card usually PayPal limits your account for like 72 hours I think around like
that time so you need to have enough money for like four days four days let’s
say another thing is like before I was like laughing like at fees I was like
yeah 2% whatever you know but now I’m looking really closely at them because
the fees they can just kill your margins guys this is a hidden thing that a lot
of people are not realizing but the fees are very high like when you have Shopify
basic plan you’re paying 2% extra if you’re not using Shopify payments and
it’s I think that Q percent 1 percent 0.5 or if you get Shopify Plus which is
very expensive then it’s like – 0.25 percent right but let’s say like Shopify
is taking 1 percent right then paypal fees this can range around like 1.9 to
3.4 I have 3.4 percent at this moment I’m waiting for them to lower lower it
but yeah like 1% from Shopify fees then PayPal it’s like 3.4 then there’s 1 to
2% it’s like a hidden feed it’s a cross-border fee it’s usually for people
who are outside of us right so yeah let’s say let’s say like 1% so
let’s say like 1% from Shopify 3.4 from PayPal 1% cross-border that’s like 55.4%
you’re losing on your profit margins so if you if you have like let’s say 25
percent profit margin those fees will lower it down to 20 percent so that’s
huge guys that’s huge also if you’re not from us you’re not
able to withdraw money so if you have like USD in your PayPal account you’re
not able to withdraw USD to your USD bank account so you’d need to like you
would to withdraw to your local currency and
then you need to convert your local currency into dollars so there’s two
currency conversion fees and this can be like seven percent right so that’s huge
guys because 55.4% for the other fees then if you add in currency conversion
like another seven percent that’s twelve that’s twelve point four percent that’s
huge guys that’s like so much money and the one thing that you combat this with
PayPal is you can use a word first or Payoneer and their fees are like smaller
like their fees are I think like depending depending on your volume
they’re usually like two percent but if you have high volume you can get it to
1% maybe even a bit lower if you have huge volumes
another thing is disputes I was like I was very happy that I got only like
three disputes before but now you know I got like eight or ten disputes like one
day I got like four or five disputes and this like really freaked me out because
that day I got four or five disputes and I felt like it’s gonna continue every
day and if every day you’re getting like four disputes your account is gonna get
shot down so fast right so you got to be very careful you got to be very careful
you know you got to respond to disputes very quickly provide all the tracking
numbers and everything you know be very polite to the customer say sorry I also
have a good customer service so you can prevent those disputes there’s a lot of
things that you can also tweak on back-end to lower disputes and
everything but this is a huge topic you know if I would talk about every detail
of what I did during scaling this video would be would take like ten hours
because there’s so many things that I’ve done you know during this the past month
another big lesson like a huge lesson you know a huge one is you need to set
up your back-end like nowadays with ads being so expensive you really need to
focus like I’m gonna show you I’m gonna show you stats
really understand like the importance of that so I had video before and it made
me 11 K out of 77 K which is about 14% of the revenue was made because of we
leo so yeah you really need exit intent
pop-up app so Willie oh I think privy also has that so those are really great
if you’re more advanced you can get an email marketing guy and he can set it up
for you like even better you know but if your beginning like we leo is really
great it’s like 15 dollars per month I think or 30 dollars I’m not sure so
highly recommend this app another one is discounted upsells so I install this
like a month ago and it made me 26 K so discounted upsells is like an in cart up
so app so when people like buy let’s say like let’s say let’s like a dog looks
like a dog toy right so when they click Add to Cart what you can have is you can
have like ho buy another you know but another one at 20% off right so a lot of
people like I think like 15 to 20 percent of people will take that upsell
you know so this app is also very very good so yeah I think it depends I take
10 to 20 percent people will take the up solve so that’s huge guys that’s huge
yeah then there is a shop message this is abandoned card messenger app so this
made 12 K you know over the last nothing knows 30 days or something like that so
yeah huge apps like so much money yeah and this shop message it cost me like
hundred dollars per month and it generated a general 12 K so quite a lot
SMS bump so you can see here I spent seventy seven dollars and made 5k with
this app so if you if you like to add everything in I also didn’t I forgot to
add like abandoned cart emails and klaviyo but this also made me over 10k
like doing that during the last one I think inmate 15 or maybe even more 15 K
but yeah if you just count in the window 11 K 26 K from discounted upsells then
12 K from sharp message in 5 K from SMS bump you know I think like more than 30%
like more than 30% of my money was done on the back end yeah I’m not sure I
haven’t even counted but like yeah 11 K Plus this is shit
so it’s 37 K with this is almost 50 K 55 k so 55 k out of 186 so it’s a little
bit less than 30% right around 30% was made from the back end so this is huge
guys like if you’re struggling to get profitable is because you’re losing the
additional 30% of revenue that these apps made me right so the back end is
essential guys okay so let’s go into the next ones so like don’t think that
scaling is like like once you scale like all your problems will be solved you’ll
be happy no actually when you start scaling there will be lots of issues
like sometimes like the business manager won’t work
sometimes you know there is going with Facebook sometimes some app doesn’t work
sometimes you know like a lot of things like stop working so you will also make
a lot of mistakes so what you need to learn is you need to always contact
support the app support Shopify support like I I contacted sure if I support so
many times during during the past month I think it was like every two days every
three days I was just like asking them for for help of some issue you know so
you really need to be on point you also need to learn how to use Google search
if you don’t know how to do something just google it if you have any questions
how to do something use Facebook group search this is very essential yeah so
you need to use these also one of the pitfalls is be careful
spend too much time on Facebook or social media those are very distracting
so you really need to focus and minimize all distractions yeah so like I said
before like expect that there’s gonna be way way way more work you know expect
that like it’s gonna be very stressful you know I was kind of stressing out
because I was like making 10k per day and my profit margins were like
sometimes 20 sometimes 25 so I was trying to like really work hard to
increase the profit margins because as soon as you do it you know you increase
your profit margin by like 5% like the more benefit like the longer you get the
extra 5% every day right so like once you start scaling you need to optimize
everything so your profit margins can be better or they stay the same at least
you know because once you scale usually the profit margins go below like
decrease so you really need to work hard on setting up the back end you know up
cells and everything to increase that okay so the last thing is also spend
some of the time on education on improving you know it’s very important
that you implement and work hard but also spend some time on education like
some courses coaching or some high-quality YouTube videos that you can
learn from yeah like those really helped me to grow so much you know there’s
there’s a lot of people that are buying courses and expecting that to change
their life I don’t think so you know I don’t think a course will really like
change your life but you can’t you can learn some nuggets there and there you
know and this can help you out a lot but it’s not like you’re gonna buy one
course and you’re gonna you’re gonna make millions or six figures you know
usually it’s not the case also like coaching calls has have helped me a lot
usually like from coaching calls I get like one or two golden nuggets that
really that really give me great results you know even if you’re like having a
coaching call for one hour and you’re thinking like oh there’s so much awesome
content you really it’s just the one or two things that’s gonna really make the
difference so yeah so I think guys I think that’s it like that’s all the tips
I think I must have forgot something but there is so much thing like so many
things happening that yeah like if I if I think of something new I will tell you
guys in the next videos so you’re probably wondering so like what’s next
for me well guys right now I’m focusing on
changing my general store into a niche store and building a long-term brand
because this is what’s gonna help you with profits with launch activity
because with general stores they’re great to start but like the testing it’s
like so tiring because you always I got a thing of new angles and new products
and new niches and it’s just so tiring like right now it’s just so easy for me
to find a winning product in the same niche also with all the same pixel data
and all like the best audiences that I found this is way way easier so yeah so
first you start the general and then you go into a niche store so my next goal
would be to open more stores and just grow my YouTube channel so thank you
guys very much for watching the whole video till the end if you enjoyed the
video make sure to ask me a question you know like regarding scaling regarding
anything if you need any help make sure to ask me a question like this video and
share this video with someone you know if someone who is doing like EECOM who
wants to learn because on my channel I’ve documented my whole journey
since the start which is what which was in May of 2018 so you can see all my
progress in each and every one of the video so thank you guys for watching and
see you guys in the next one

Update 1.8 Review: Daily Missions, Statistics, and Frontline

Update 1.8 Review: Daily Missions, Statistics, and Frontline


Update 1.8 for
World of Tanks is approaching. This video will tell you how daily
missions replaced the Reward for Merit, what rewards await
for completing them, how session statistics changed,
when you can go to Frontline, and how you can get
the rarest vehicles for Expedition. Learn about all
the new features right now! Daily Missions With Update 1.8, Daily Missions
will replace the Reward for Merit. There are three missions
with varying degrees of difficulty. You can view the missions’ conditions
and their rewards in the Garage. This way, you know right away
what you need to do in battle to achieve the desired result. The higher the mission difficulty,
the bigger the reward. All three missions
are completed simultaneously. If you don’t like one of them, you can change its conditions
once every four hours. If you don’t manage
to complete them in 24 hours, the missions will be
transferred to the next day. And the completed missions
will change to new ones. Depending on the mission category,
you can get the following rewards: an Automatic Fire Extinguisher,
Large First Aid Kit or Large Repair Kit, credits, random blueprint fragments,
Bonds, Free Experience, or Crew Books. When all three
missions are completed, a fourth bonus mission will become
available until the end of the day. Its condition will be more challenging,
but it can earn you a bigger prize. It can be credits, Free Experience,
random blueprint fragments, Bonds, a slot in the Garage,
or a Demounting Kit. Points are credited for
completing the daily missions, including the bonus mission, and also missions provided
by World of Tanks Premium Account. One mission equals one point. Once a special bar is filled, you can get 100 Bonds and one
of the following possible rewards: Personal Reserves for Experience,
a Universal Training Manual, or a day of World of Tanks
Premium Account. More information
about daily missions is available in the article
on the official website. Session Statistics In Update 1.8, session statistics
became even more detailed. New parameters were added: victory rate, average number of
enemy vehicles destroyed or spotted, average vehicle tier for the
session, and the survival rate. You can adjust the
session statistics as you like to see only
the parameters you need. For example, keep only the parameters
useful for the time being. There can be no more than 7 of
them displayed at the same time. You can also select one of two options
for showing economic parameters: displaying the amount of credits and
Bonds taking into account all spending, and then the general
amount of earned currency. Or vice versa to focus on the
general income for the session. Additionally, the option of not resetting
your statistics each day appeared, as well as the option
of saving the last selected tab. These new features are aimed
at making session statistics more in-depth and
personalized for every player. Frontline Some time after the release of
Update 1.8, on March 9 to be precise, the first of four
Frontline stages will start. The mode kept its rules,
but its details changed. Both maps, Normandie and Kraftwerk,
underwent balance changes. The mechanics of deployment
on the battlefield were also improved. Now you can choose
one of several points. This will let you control your
respawn position on the map based on the battle situation
and your vehicle’s capabilities. The Airstrike combat reserve is now
more different from Artillery strike. The wait time before the
air strike itself was reduced, and it’s now easier to cause maximum
damage to lightly-armored vehicles. The progression
changed significantly. In each of the four Frontline stages, there will be 15 levels
with rewards instead of 30. You still earn Frontline Experience depending on the rank you received in
battle and move along the progression. There are no Prestige levels. After you reach Level 15, special
daily missions will become available, which you can
complete during one stage. Frontline is a part of
Expedition, a bigger event. After Frontline, Steel Hunter will be
launched in the second half of the year. In addition to many other rewards,
you can also receive special tokens. You can exchange
them for these Tier IX tanks: The Object 777 Version II,
Char Futur 4, or AE Phase I. You will be able to get one of them
after the four Frontline stages. Visit the game’s website to learn
more about the changes to Frontline. That’s all for now! Enter the game,
complete new daily missions, adjust your session
statistics as you like, and prepare
for the massive Expedition. Good luck on the battlefield!