That is the second blog of our employee study and research. In which we discuss what Shopify is. As per Bhawna Research, Shopify is a commerce platform that enables anyone to set up an online store and sell their products. Also, merchants can sell their products in person with Shopify POS.
Shopify started over ten years ago. Shopify is now the leading commerce platform designed for businesses of all sizes. Whether you sell online, in-store, on social media, or out of the trunk of your car, Shopify has you covered. The first Shopify store was our own, and it is our mission to make commerce better for everyone ever since.
- Shopify is not a CMS (Content Management System).
- Shopify is a cloud-based SaaS (Software as a Service).
- It is optimized for only selling products.
- It allows businesses to set up a store both online and offline and sell their products.
- Just like for blogging, WordPress is idle; for shopping Shopify is idle.
Shopify POS (Point of Sale) is an application that enables you to sell products offline. Here you can sell products at physical stores, trade shows, pop-up shops, or other events in-person using Shopify POS. We can accept payments with iPhone, iPad, or Android using the POS app.
In Shopify, we get a detailed admin screen to see a whole range of reports and features. Also, numbers of orders, best-performing products, a real-time view of our website visitors, and an in-depth understanding of our store.
- Shopify provides many free themes, apps (plugins), fonts, and photographs to build a better shopping experience.
- The best part about creating a Shopify store is that it will be on a cloud network instead of the server. The problem with having your website on the server is that it crashes at the wrong time. Like on Black Friday sale or during significant events, making you lose a lot of money from downtime. And if you share a server (which is what most new entrepreneurs can afford), you hope that the other websites aren’t as popular. But by being on a cloud network, the odds of your website being down are rare.
- The customer support that they provide is exemplary. They have their blog where e-commerce experts share their best tactics. They have their Facebook group created by Shopify users to share their own experiences and tips.
- Shopify has merchants in 175 countries.
- Shopify supports 20+ languages.
- Shopify accepts payment in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the United States. (We can not use Shopify Payments in US territories except Puerto Rico).
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