AARRR is an abbreviation that stands for “acquisition, activation, retention, referral, and revenue”.
AARRR, often called the pirate metrics framework (as in “arr, matey”), helps Shopify Partners perfect their funnel by providing actionable metrics for each stage of the sales and marketing strategy.
In this article, we’ll go through each part of the AARRR metrics framework, why it’s useful for growing Shopify apps, and how to improve outcomes in each part of the framework.
Common uses are for delivery dates, wrapping options or status information beyond the standard Shopify ones. Once the customer has selected them, it can be useful to display these afterwards to remind your customers. This can be reassuring that they selected the correct options and save unnecessary support calls or emails to check.
Offering discounts to your customers is a powerful marketing strategy for your Shopify store. To offer discounts, you can create discount codes, and set up automatic discounts that can grow the engagement of your customers.
Shopify gives customers the ability to enter coupon codes to get discounts on their orders. but it is only on the checkout page.
I’m gonna share a quick tutorial on how we can use Vue.js with Shopify’s own predictive search API to create a dynamic product search page.
In today's tutorial, I’m going to share one example of using Vue.js in Shopify theme development and that is to create a product search page for our Shopify theme.
We’ll learn how to quickly set up a Vue.js app, retrieve a list of items from the search API and then update the list of items based on the value passed into the search bar by the user.
Over the last couple weeks I have been working on a simple Shopify App to prefetch the checkout page of a Shopify store, so the checkout page shows up faster for customers.