Creating a High Converting Shopify Store in 4 Steps

If you are into eCommerce business, there's a big chance you own a Shopify Store, or at least you have heard of Shopify.

Shopify is the 3rd largest eCommerce platform with more than 800.000 stores in 175 countries across the world. As of 2018, Shopify's paying customers grew 55% from the previous year, and it made over $1.5 billion in sales during 2018 Black Friday, amounting to 10,978 orders/minute.

So why is Shopify so popular among the eCommerce folks? The answer is it's a complete, one-stop eCommerce platform, and it's super easy to use. Shopify gives the chance to start, grow, and manage a business both online and/or offline through Shopify POS.

If you don't like fast commitments, you can start with a 14-day free trial of Shopify to create your online store and test things out. The basic plan for Shopify store owners is $29/month, and you can upgrade anytime.

Creating/owning a Shopify store is a significant step ahead, but it's just the first step in the long-run race of creating an income-generating eCommerce platform. The main goal here is to create a store with a continuously increasing rate of conversions. The 4-step guide below is here to help. Use this guide to set a Shopify conversion benchmark for your Shopify store and achieve it like a pro.


The Word Counter You Need When Translating a Website

Looking for a reliable tool to find out how many words you have on your website, or maybe on a specific page only?

Let's first understand what you need it for.

While you might need a word counter for a variety of reasons, one of the most common scenarios when you will need it is when translating your website.

Why? It's simple: just like salespeople are paid based on the deals they close, the translators are paid based on the number of words or pages they translate.

There are several online tools you can use to find the number of words your website has, and some of them are from translation agencies and even automatic translation tools.

Yes, you heard it right, even with some automatic website translation services, you should check the number of words you are going to translate, as they will offer different plans based on the word count on your page or the whole website. In other words, they will charge you money per word just like real translators do.

Sure it can be unpleasant since it means the bigger your website will grow, the more money you are going to spend on the translation. You will even have to upgrade the translation service every time you add a few lines to a page or a few pages to a website.

Things can go even worse when the translation providers stop the entire service and refuse to even give you the translation for the less text that you had earlier.

So, what to do?


6 Ways to Increase Sales Through Useful Website Features

Sales are essential for every business model. Hence, it's just fine to fight for every new customer or cold lead like you would for a slice of pizza after a severe hangover on a Friday night.

Jokes aside, while a strong sales team can work wonders, it's key to have a selling website too. But what to do to increase sales through a website? In fact, there are features that a website can possess which can eventually bring more sales.

Let's dive deeper and see what those features are about.


GTranslate took the management of Google Language Translator. What to expect?

To all Google Language Translator Users: Welcome to GTranslate!

As the founder of Google Language Translator Rob Myrick announced nearly a week ago, Google Language Translator is now a part of GTranslate family. Before talking about what this basically means for you, let's briefly describe what are the core differences and similarities of two plugins.

Google Language Translator and GTranslate

Both are multilingual plugins which help to instantly make your websites multilingual and both are easy to install and use.

Google Language Translator works like GTranslate's free plan. They both provide on-fly translation of your website through Google's machine translation: the website is being translated only when your visitor selects a language. The only difference here is in the design and default options to post Language Selectors on your website.


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