In its first year of existence, our app went from 0 to 100+ clients. To achieve this, the key was to continuously iterate: on our value proposition, our UX, our landing page, and so on. In each round of iteration, we learnt a lot. Two main things allowed us to grasp valuable insights: talking to our clients and learning about them through the use of specific tools.
Here are 6 tools we use every week to grow our Shopify app.
You’ve seen a grid of alternative colours for products on a product description page before and in fact I’ve described how to achieve this in Shopify using tags. This is one that instead of using the product variants, uses individual products per colour.
Now you can also use Shopify’s new metafield definitions to do this as well.
A customer journey map—the visual representation of a customer’s experience and touchpoints—is vital if you want to build an efficient process and lasting relationships with your audience. To help you create your own effective journey map, we’ve compiled a list of seven steps you can follow to help move customers from point A to point B.
Shopify expert performs a detailed page speed audit of a slow Shopify product page. This product page has terrible page speed, and is the perfect example of what we want to avoid. When your page is loading slow, you need to audit the page to see which apps are installed, and which components are slowing down your page. We must dedicate ourselves to page speed optimization.
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It's easy to move the payment icons from your footer to elsewhere on your page by using the custom liquid section in Shopify 2.0. We can also re-align them using CSS.