While seeing your most recent Shopify store orders right in your store’s dashboard is great, there are times when exporting all of your orders is extremely helpful. For example, you may need to send daily order reports to a fulfillment team or suppliers. You might also want a consolidated report for accounting purposes, or to do some analysis on your sales patterns. Instead of manually exporting, try one of these methods to export your Shopify orders automatically.
Officially pushing the button to launch your Shopify store is an exciting moment — your products are just a few clicks away from being live to the world. But there are several steps you need to take between deciding to sell on Shopify and actually launching your store. To make sure you’re hitting your first sales goals and keeping your customers happy from the get go, use our handy Shopify Store Launch Checklist to make sure opening up your shop is smooth and stress free. We’ve got you covered from prep work and technical set up through optimizing sales.(more…)
Every month the Shopify Theme Store attracts thousands of merchants, all searching for the perfect look for their online shop. Choosing the best Shopify theme is important. Not only does it enhance the look of your store, but it also impacts your store’s functionality, brand identity, user-friendliness, store performance and yes, ultimately your conversions.
Every store knows cost savings on existing business processes will leave you with more at profit at the end of the month. Well, because we are asked frequently, we decided to cover some additional Shopify tools that can help you be more efficient, and ultimately more profitable. Note, these are just the preferred tools of the BackInStock team, based on our use of these tools. There are certainly more tools that can be beneficial to your Shopify store. Also, you don’t have to get these “Shopify tools” from the App store, they are tools that will benefit your business regardless.
October is here, and that means the holiday planning should be well underway. Don’t assume people wait until November, or Thanksgiving weekend to start hunting for deals and buying presents. In this post we want to focus on the top 5 things you can do to prepare yourself for the holiday season as an online retailer.
How can better Inventory Management impact your Shopify store?
Within this blog post we are going to discuss why as a Retailer it’s important to have two things running succinctly for a successful eCommerce business, alongside the obvious – Marketing:
- The correct website applications
- Retail planning – inventory management
On May 25th 2018, the most comprehensive change to privacy legislation ever undertaken —the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)— takes effect.
Here at Back in Stock, data protection is something we take very seriously. As a cloud-based company entrusted with our customers’ data, we’ll continue to view the treatment of our users’ data as a top priority.
Today our latest marketing integration is available: automated retargeting with Shoelace.
We’ve worked with Shoelace to build a custom integration that combines the automatic delivery of Back in Stock email notifications with automatically optimized retargeting campaigns from Shoelace.
Here we are again with another round of updates to Back in Stock. We’re continuing to make improvements based on feedback and suggestions. I hope there’s something in here that makes your day a just that little bit better.
For some time now we have included UTM parameters in the default Back in Stock email template. This allows tools such as Google Analytics to identify orders your customers have placed after clicking through from a Back in Stock notification (haven’t seen this report? I’ve included more info below).
But a lot of the time store owners just wanted a simple, top-level report right in their Back in Stock dashboard. They simply want to know how many sales they’ve generated from Back in Stock.
Today we’re rolling out built-in conversion tracking for all Shopify stores using Back in Stock.