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Shopify - The complete Shopify guide showing you how to make money with an e-commerce or dropshipping store using the Shopify platform! - cover

Shopify - The complete Shopify guide showing you how to make money with an e-commerce or dropshipping store using the Shopify platform!

Robert King

Publisher: Ingram Publishing

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Summary

Would you like to begin making money online, but aren’t sure where to start? If so, then keep reading… Did you know that Shopify currently powers over 400,000 online stores in over 174 countries? Shopify is helping entrepreneurs to finally start the businesses they’ve always dreamed of. It’s also providing a platform for huge businesses to diverse into e-commerce, and for hobbyists to expose and sell homemade goods to the world. Would you like to join the thousands of people already making money online using the Shopify platform? You see, when most people try to build an online store they get overwhelmed, and ultimately give up.After all, building a website can be complicated, expensive, and frustrating for many. But, it doesn’t have to be so difficult. In fact, once you understand the basics of Shopify, building your very own online store can be simple, exciting, and even fun! 
 
Inside this Shopify guide, you will discover: 
 
Which Shopify Option Is Best For Your Business
 
How To Master The Key Shopify Features Fast
 
Which Shopify Apps You Absolutely Must Use
 
How Even Complete Beginners Can Build Shopify Stores Within Mere Hours
 
Which Business Models Shopify is Perfect For
 
How To Modify Your Website To Maximize Sales
 
Much, Much More
 
Even if you’ve got no experience with building websites, you too can create a beautiful online store! Seriously, if you can turn on your computer – you can make a Shopify store that makes you money! 

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