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!

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

Live chat for Shopify – Use LiveChat plugin to Grow Sales of your Shopify Store

Live chat for Shopify – Use LiveChat plugin to Grow Sales of your Shopify Store


Are you wondering how to grow your
Shopify business using on-site real-time communication? Let me show you how Live
Chat can grow your sales volume by even 30%. LiveChat automated greetings,
customizable eye-catchers, and personalized chat design help boost customer
engagement and encourage visitors to buy more at your store. LiveChat has been
created with e-commerce businesses in mind. Set goals for your conversations
and use LiveChat Sales Tracker to measure your chat results and optimize
your communication. How to make it work at your Shopify store? Set up your
account at LiveChat using a 30-day free trial.
Connect LiveChat with your Shopify store. Start chatting with your customers
using your web browser, mobile or desktop apps. It’s that simple!
LiveChat for Shopify – start selling by chatting

WordPress Tutorial: How to Embed a YouTube Video in Your Website

WordPress Tutorial: How to Embed a YouTube Video in Your Website


Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to embed
a YouTube video in a page or a post. To embed a video in a post, open up
the post editor, and click where you want your video to go. Make sure it is on a new line. Go to YouTube, and open the video
you want to embed. You can embed any video
that isn’t set to private. Click on the URL of the video,
and paste it in your editor. You can also set your video to play
at a specific time. Click on Share to open up more options
below the YouTube video. Set the time you want the video to start
playing, or, drag the cursor to the right spot and copy the URL generated below. Paste in your post editor, and that’s it. Update or publish your post,
and view your video in action. For all your WordPress.com questions,
visit our support section at en.support.wordpress.com.

Page Description Tips: Create a Facebook Page | Facebook Blueprint


Hi everyone. Welcome to Get Started with Facebook. I’m Marika and in this video, I’m giving you some tips about your Page description. Knowing a little bit about a business can help you make an emotional connection. It’s just a short description that helps introduce people to your company and tell them what you do. It’ll show up in search results when people look for you online. It’ll appear right here, below your profile picture. People will see your description in About section of your Page. To add the description, just go to your Page click the About tab, click “Edit.” When you write yours, describe your business in 1-2 sentences to help people understand what value you offer. Think about what makes you unique, what differentiates you from other Pages. Keep it short and sweet! Maybe you own a hair salon that’s especially kid friendly, maybe you’re a clothing boutique for people who like to be well dressed but comfy… whatever you are, this is where you’ll tell people about it. And that’s my lesson on Page descriptions. Next step: go add a description to your Page. Keep watching for more tips on how to make the most of your Facebook Page.

How To Choose A Payment Provider || Shopify Help Center 2019

How To Choose A Payment Provider || Shopify Help Center 2019


Choosing the right payment provider for your
business can be a little overwhelming when you’re first starting out. This video walks you through what a payment
provider is, the options available to you, and things to consider when choosing a provider. To access the payment providers in your Shopify
admin, click “Settings”. From here, click “Payment providers” to
see the options available to you. What is a payment provider? A payment provider is a system used to process
customer transactions for your eCommerce business. For example, if a customer buys a t-shirt
from your store and uses a credit card at checkout, your payment provider is what captures
the payment. If you’re eligible for Shopify Payments,
you see the Shopify Payment provider already set by default in your admin. This streamlines the process of setting up
a provider because all you have to do is enter your business and bank account details to
start taking payments. Subscribe now for an upcoming video on how
to set up Shopify Payments. Shopify Payments is a payment provider created
and supported by Shopify. Shopify Payments is beneficial for your business
because everything you need is built directly into your Shopify admin. Having everything accessible in one admin
is ideal because it creates an efficient workflow with a company you already know and trust. Shopify Payments is sought after because of
its quick payout periods, competitive credit card fees, and best of all, no transaction
fees. You see your sales and payout details all
within your store’s admin so you can keep track of your money in real-time. To qualify for Shopify payments you must reside
in one of the following countries: Australia, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan,
New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States with the exception of
the US territories. Keep an eye out for more eligible countries
for Shopify Payments in the near future. Some types of businesses and services are
not permitted to use Shopify Payments. To see whether you can use Shopify Payments,
check the list of prohibited business types for the country where your business operates
in the description below. If you’re not using Shopify Payments and you
want to accept payments, you can choose from over 100 credit card payment providers for
your Shopify store. Check out the link below to see what payment
providers are available in your area. Shopify supports two different types of credit
card payment providers: direct providers and external providers. If you’re using a direct provider, your customers
stay on Shopify throughout the purchase and checkout process. If you’re using an external provider, your
customers are redirected temporarily to a third party checkout outside of your online
store. When choosing a third party provider, there
are a few key factors you want to consider. Do you want to sell locally or worldwide? Which currency do you want to accept? Do you need an internal or external checkout? And do your products meet the terms of service
for the provider? These are important questions to ask yourself
because each payment provider offers different features and fees. If you’re looking to sell worldwide, you
want a provider that accepts multiple currencies to cater to your different markets. You may also want a provider that has multiple
payment methods available. For example, one provider may accept only
certain credit cards while another will accept both debit and credit. Remember, a payment method one country uses
may not be what another uses. Consider who your target market is and what
their financial needs are. Always be sure to read the provider’s terms
of service to see if they accept your business’ products. For example, if you’re dropshipping some
providers put a hold on funds until the products are delivered. Or, if you’re selling something age restricted
a provider may not allow this on their platform. Finally, you want to consider the provider’s
fees to use their service. Compare different credit card rates, transaction,
refund and exchange rates. It’s important to note that Shopify incurs
credit card and transactions fees, so it’s best to look for a provider with a rate that
still allows for a profit margin. Be sure to check out Help.Shopify.com for
help docs on Shopify Payments and third-party payment providers. For more videos on how to grow your business,
subscribe now! If you still have questions, comment below
or contact the Shopify support team directly.

How to Add Countdown Timer to Shopify (2020)

How to Add Countdown Timer to Shopify (2020)


Hi there, this is Victoria from Elfsight In this guide I’m going to show you how to add Countdown Timer to your website. It’s only going to take a couple of minutes and you don’t need any specific skills to do it. First of all, let’s go to elfsight.com and choose the Countdown Timer 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 set up your timer, you need to choose one of three available types – “start-to-finish”, “remaining time per visitor” or “start-to-finish number” counter. Next, configure the required time settings. 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!

Creación de una tienda online con Shopify – Curso de Rocio Carvajal – Domestika

Creación de una tienda online con Shopify – Curso de Rocio Carvajal – Domestika


Hi, I’m Rocío Carvajal. I’m a user experience designer specializing in e-commerce. I am the owner of
a digital brand agency called Maker, a project where I share
my knowledge with startups to help them grow
through the power of e-commerce. I enjoy identifying
commercial opportunities in the market and working with emerging startups that create products
in uncertain conditions. My goal is breaking through
that uncertainty and find a way towards
a sustainable business. Having an optimal user experience and a robust e-commerce platform
is essential. It will help you reach
the maximum number of users and, as a result,
your sales will never stop growing. Shopify is the perfect tool
to create your own online shop. This software offers services
like payment gateways, shipping, and customer-retention tools that facilitate your online
shop-management processes. In this course, I’ll show you
how to create your own online shop and optimize
your sales opportunity with Shopify. As final project,
you’ll create your own virtual shop and publish it online. For this, we’ll first see how to create
an account, choose the right plan and set up the admin, management, online shop and settings sections. Then we’ll choose a template keeping
in mind the type of product and type of company. We’ll apply it and I’ll explain
how to edit and publish it. The next step will be creating products,
types of products and categories. I’ll also explain how
to manage products, and I’ll give you some tips to increase customer journey visibility. Then we’ll see how
to create content pages like cookies, Privacy policy and Terms and conditions. I’ll show you how
to add and publish blogs. We’ll set up navigation menus
for your shop and include payment gateways,
shipping, taxes and notifications. To add value to your shop, we’ll see how to maximize sales
through payment channels, discount codes,
recovering abandoned checkouts and app implementation. You should also know how to access reports
and metrics in order to improve. Last, we’ll make a mock order,
we’ll connect your domain, delete the maintenance page, and launch. At the end of this course, you’ll have your own online shop
published on the web. This course is aimed at all those wanting to venture into
the wonderful world of e-commerce. Create your own online shop
and sell your products while you sleep. Creation of an Online Shop with Shopify
A course by Rocío Carvajal Sign up at Domestika.org Create. Share. Learn.

Add Social Media to a Theme || Shopify Help Center 2017


In this video, we will show you how to add your social media accounts into your Shopify theme. From the Admin click Online store. Click Themes. Select the theme you want to edit. Click Customize. Click General settings then click Social media. Add your social media links. Click Save. Your social media accounts will now be added to your theme. [Music]