Category: Shopify

  • Updating Custom Shopify 2.0 Themes

    Most of my Shopify using clients tend to use an existing Shopify theme rather than create an entirely new theme for themselves from scratch. This is a great way to get a store up and running fast. Some use the freely provided themes from Shopify, while others pay to use a special theme created by […]

  • How To Be a Great E-Commerce Business (Customer)

    If there’s one thing that 2020 has taught me, it’s that most people are terrible small business customers. Sure, people like to claim that they are small business supporters, until you actually look at their behavior as consumers. These behaviors make them very far away from being the ideal small business customer. It’s likely a […]

  • Updating Customized Shopify Themes

    Note: this article specifically deals with updating Shopify themes that predate the Shopify Online Store 2.0 themes. I have amended this post with the process that I use based on Shopify Dawn here. Most of my Shopify using clients tend to use an existing Shopify theme rather than create an entirely new theme for themselves […]

  • Google Shopping Actions with Shopify

    Google Shopping Actions with Shopify

    At Google Marketing Live on May 14th, Google announced a radical revamp of their Google Express shopping service. Even before this announcement, I was working with Google to get Threddies approved and setup using Google Shopping Actions. Google Shopping Actions (GSA) is a mechanism for exposing your products for purchase to the Google Assistant via […]

  • Shopify Webhooks driving AWeber

    This post is a solution to a problem I had with the AWeber Shopify integration. To get the most out of this post, check out the original problem here. …the continuation… Being that I was spending 30+ minutes every day manually solving this problem, it was important that I had a MVP solution quickly. I […]

  • Annoying Time Sink of the Month…

    Every day there is an annoying thing that I MUST do.  It annoys me that I need to, but as part of running a professional business it must be done.  I discovered the issue about a month ago and have been doing this job manually every day since… all the while thinking about a solution […]